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    Gallery: Central Maine cities, towns close to completing October storm disaster paperwork - Staff file photo by Andy Molloy | of | Share this photo

    A woman walks Oct. 30, 2017, near down utility lines on Summer Street in Hallowell as a storm with gale-force wind passed through Maine knocking out power across the state.

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    Inland Fisheries and Wildlife biologist John Pratte crosses a blow down on Swan Island, on the Kennebec River, in Richmond on April 18, 2018. Several acres of trees were knocked over on the island during a wind storm in 2017 that has compelled Inland Fisheries and Wildlife, the agency that oversees the wildlife refuge, to initiate a salvage operation to remove the down trees. Pratte, a forester, oversees the island.

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    Residents of Hallowell-Litchfield Road survey a tree that toppled across the thoroughfare in Litchfield on Oct. 31, 2017. Most homes in the town were still without power following a powerful storm.

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    Gallery: Central Maine cities, towns close to completing October storm disaster paperwork - Staff file photo by David Leaming | of | Share this photo

    A section of a large tree and a pole with a transformer lie along Hanscom Road in Benton on Oct. 30, 2017.

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