Governor’s workshop on Job Creation at UMF Aug. 15
FARMINGTON - Governor Paul LePage is coming to Farmington to host a workshop for business leaders titled, Engaging with Maine's Forestry, Land Use & Outdoor Recreation Industries, to be held from 8 a.m. to noon on Aug. 15 at the University of Maine at Farmington.
This is designed to be a true working session to share your experiences and challenges regarding job creation in Maine with Gov. LePage, state officials and fellow business leaders with a goal to improve Maine's economy.
Of interest is discussing additional steps state government can take to make Maine an even better place to create jobs. These are intended to be true working sessions where you can speak freely about improving Maine's economy.
The workshop will focus on improving Maine's forestry industries, land use, and outdoor recreation.
The governor will be making opening remarks, then breakout sessions within topic areas will be held, and then closing remarks with a brief review of the information accumulated.
No fee but those attending need be confirmed by RSVP; space is very limited.
Deadline to RSVP is August 13th online at www.maine.gov/governor or call Lauren LePage in the Office of the Governor for more information at 207-287-3538.
Confirmation Numbers are required and will be provided after registration.
This is the final industry-specific workshop that will be held this summer.