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    Tammy Rabideau, left, the new director of the Waterville Public Library, pictured here with librarian Jennifer DeSalme at the main desk on Nov, 14, aims to continue the work developed under previous director Sarah Sugden and to explore ways to increase funding and programs in 2019.

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    Rep. Chloe Maxmin, D-Nobleboro, seconds the nomination of Matt Dunlap, far right, for secretary of state as he watches the joint convention from behind the glass in back of House chamber on Dec. 5, 2018, at the State House in Augusta.

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    Chief Executive Officer Peter Prescott is seen Feb. 11, 2016, at E.J. Prescott headquarters in Gardiner, where he is chief executive officer.

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    Belgrade Town Manager Dennis Keschl, who is also a Republican state representative, is seen at the Town Office.

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    The village of Belgrade Lakes, on shores of Long Pond, is framed by colorful fall foliage on Oct. 15, 2018, from the top of Blueberry Hill in Belgrade.

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    Peter Precourt, an art professor at the University of Maine at Augusta, is seen June 21, 2016, outside a space where he opened a temporary art gallery at 265 Water St. in Augusta.

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    People walk past the Windows on Winthrop mural during 31st Sidewalk Art Festival on Aug. 18, 2018, in downtown Winthrop.

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    Danny Chapman delivers kerosene to Fuller's Market on Jan. 30, 2015, in West Gardiner.

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    Western Maine Community Action Home Repair Coordinator Peter Thayer stands outside a home in Chesterville that was rebuilt in 2017 with help from WMCA and students from the Foster Career and Technical Education Center in Farmington. Executive Director Jim Trundy said the Wilton-based nonprofit is aiming to tackle goals in several programs, including employment and training, housing and its Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program.

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    Somerset Public Health occupies the landmark Miles Carpenter building in downtown Skowhegan, which was sold to Hight Properties in 2017. According to Matt L'Italien, project director, the community health organization has three areas of focus for 2019: obesity prevention, substance abuse prevention and aging healthfully.

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    A 10-inch pizza with black olives and mushroom at Portland Pie Co. in Scarborough. Pat Mulligan, owner of the Waterville Portland Pie, wants to focus on his business's connection to the community. The business partnered recently with the Mid-Maine Technical Center for a voucher night with 10 percent of proceeds donated to the technical center.

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    Mike Perreault, director of the Maine International Film Festival, introduces Shannon Haines, president and CEO of Waterville Creates!, to announce a capital campaign for a new arts center in downtown Waterville during MIFF's opening night on July 13, 2018. Haines said one of her organization's big goals is to increase attendance by reaching out to new and diverse audiences.

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    Jaime Broce of Somerset Acquisition LLC stands on April 20, 2017, in front of the former Madison Paper's No. 3 paper making machine, which was sold in October 2018. Developers hope the removal of the machine will entice new interest in developing the shuttered facility. Town Manager Tim Curtis said "the town enters 2019 with a stabilized tax base poised to build on small investments."

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    Chris Magri, moderator of the First Congregational Church Farmington, stands in front of the Holman House on Main Street in downtown Farmington on May 24, 2018. Western Maine Homeless Outreach is moving its shelter location from Wilton to the Holman House and will be embarking on a capital campaign to raise $140,000 for the move in 2019.

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