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ENG: Paul Richard LePage (born October 9, 1948) is an American businessman and politician who is serving as the 74th and current Governor of Maine. A Republican, he was previously mayor of Waterville from 2003 to 2011, and was a city councilor before that. He worked in the private sector as general manager of the 14-store discount chain, Marden's Surplus and Salvage, from 1996 to 2011. Early life Paul LePage is the eldest son of eighteen children. He grew up speaking French in an impoverished home with what he has described as an abusive father. At age eleven, he left home and lived on the streets of Lewiston, seeking shelter wherever he could find it, including in horse stables and at a "strip joint". After spending roughly two years homeless, he began to earn a living shining ...
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Lawmakers weigh in on LePage’s first 100 days

One hundred days into his term as Maine’s chief executive, Gov. Paul LePagehas generated plenty of headlines. But is Maine’s brash, tell-it-like-it-is governor living up to the campaign pledges that helped him lead a Republican sweep of state government? As is often the case in politics these days, that depends on whom you’re asking — or, more importantly, to which party that person belongs. To Maine Democratic leaders, the list of LePage’s foibles during his first 100 days is overshadowed only by what they say is a lack of progress on the key issue of the 2010 ...

LePage staff discussed altering law for Brown

While an official inquiry into the eligibility of Darryl Brown to lead the Maine Department of Environmental Protection under Maine statute wasn't done until recently, two senior LePage administration aides talked with legislative leaders in February about amending state law to ensure he could. In interviews last week, House Speaker Bob Nutting, R-Oakland, and Senate President Kevin Raye, R-Perry, said Dan Billings, the governor's legal counsel, and Kathleen Newman, deputy chief of staff, met with them in late February to inform them a Maine law might pose a problem for Brown and initiated a ...

LePage pushes gold star plates

Gov. Paul LePage is working with the Legislature to make Gold Star license plates available to family members of Mainers who have been killed in military operations. Rep. Brad Moulton, R-York, sponsored the governor's bill, L.D. 1529, to make the plates available. Although a similar bill failed in 2009, Moulton has worked with John Mixon of Ogunquit, a Vietnam veteran, to raise money from private sources to cover the cost of making the plates. Maine is one of only three states that do not offer Gold Star plates, according to the House Republican Office. The bill has been referred to the ...

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POSTPONED: Governor to Visit Yarmouth for Next Town Hall
For Immediate Release: Tuesday, February 14, 2017 Contact: Adrienne Bennett, Press Secretary, 207-287-2531 AUGUSTA - The town hall scheduled for Wednesday, February 15 in Yarmouth has been postponed due to forecasted inclement weather. Governor Paul R. LePage will at a later date hold a town hall to deliver remarks about moving Maine forward and answer questions from residents. The Office of the Governor intends to reschedule the town hall to be held at AMVETS Post 2, 148 North Rd, Yarmouth in the coming weeks.
Next Town Hall To Be in Yarmouth on March 8
For Immediate Release: Wednesday, February 22, 2017 Contact: Adrienne Bennett, Press Secretary, 207-287-2531 AUGUSTA - Governor Paul R. LePage has announced he will hold his next town hall Wednesday, March 08 in Yarmouth where he will deliver remarks about moving Maine forward and answer questions from residents. AMVETS Post 2, 148 North Rd, Yarmouth is the location for the town hall, which will be held from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. The meeting is open to the public. Seating will begin at 5:30 p.m. Bags, beverages and signs are not allowed in the forum. The town hall meeting will focus on the Governor's budget proposal, protecting the elderly and strengthening Maine families and economy.
All State of Maine Offices Closed on Monday
For Immediate Release: Monday, February 13, 2017 Contact: Adrienne Bennett, Press Secretary (207) 287-2531AUGUSTA - Governor Paul R. LePage has announced all State of Maine offices will be closed on Monday."Travel conditions are expected to remain treacherous throughout Monday," said Governor LePage. "I encourage Mainers to stay off the roads and avoid traveling unless it is an absolute emergency. Avoiding unnecessary travel will keep accidents to a minimum and allow state and municipal road crews to safely go about their work."Additionally, Governor LePage reminds Mainers to put safety first and help their neighbors weather the storm."Watch for the most up-to-date forecast, keep yourself safe, and reach out to a neighbor who might need a helping hand," said Governor LePage. "Our state has a well-known reputation for Mainers helping Mainers, and I expect that this storm will once again bring out the best in our citizens."Strong sustained winds and gusts will cause blowing and drifti
Governor Issues Emergency Declaration to Extend Hours of Service for Delivery Drivers
For Immediate Release: Tuesday, February 14, 2017 Contact: Adrienne Bennett, Press Secretary, 207-287-2531 AUGUSTA - On Tuesday, Governor Paul R. LePage signed an emergency proclamation to ensure heating oil delivery drivers are able to remain on the road longer. "We must ensure our oil delivery drivers can be on the road so that Mainers stay warm," said Governor LePage. The State of Emergency proclamation enables a waiver from the Federal Department of Transportation to allow heating oil delivery personnel to stay on the road longer so they can make heating fuel and bulk petroleum deliveries. The Governor would also like to remind drivers who are picking up extra hours to remain safe on the roadways. "We want to keep Mainers warm, but drivers and businesses should understand their limitations too," said Governor LePage. The order is active beginning on February 14, 2017 through February 28, 2017. The proclamation language is as follows: Governor's Emergency Proclama

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