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PCEDC Quarterly Meeting !

August 25, 2006 - TRC


Mark your calandars for the next PCEDC Quarterly Meeting !

September 11, 2006 , 4Ė7 pm at Brownville Community Church, Brownville

Topic: ďThe Common Ground for Industry and Tourism in Piscatquis CountyĒ

We hope to explore how industry and tourism share common infrastructure
and can both contribute to our economic development.

How do truckhaul routes (Route 15, Route 16, Lily Bay Road, Kingsbury Road)
compete or compliment with major tourism corridors for RVís, SUVís, etc,
as well as recreational corridors for bicyclists and for adjacent trails for snowmobiles and ATVís.

SoÖ
How can we best work with landowners on issues of economic development ?
What are the challenges and opportunities regarding public access ?
How can tourism businesses best work with landowners to access their property ?

Join us for an informative evening featuring a discussion of Maineís landowner trends, concerns, and opportunities.

RSVP Information

Please RSVP by September 4, 2006 to ensure enough meals are ordered. Meal price information to be included within the upcoming PCEDC Quarterly Newsletter.

Call or email Jane Black at jblack@emdc.org with any questions: (207) 942-6389.

Directions to the Brownville Community Church, 84 Church Street

Take Route 6/16 from Dover-Foxcroft to Milo.† In Milo, continue straight onto Route 11 towards Brownville/Millinocket.† In Brownville, immediately after the AE Robinsonís, take a right onto Church Street.† Continue across the bridge and around the bend to the left, the church is on the left after the Historical Society.

Scott Hersey, President
John Holden, Director, Business Services

Piscataquis County Economic Development Council www.pcedc.org Eastern Maine Development Corporation www.emdc.org



NOTE - This article reflects the views of the author and not necessarily those of the TRC Alliance Team.