During Visit to Innovative Saco Business, Governor Mills Urges Legislature to Pass Dirigo Business Incentive Program

Failure to replace the expiring Pine Tree Development Zone Program before the Legislature adjourns would leave Maine without a competitive business incentive

Saco, MAINE – Governor Janet Mills today visited Tanbark Molded Fiber Products in Saco where she urged the Legislature to approve her Administration’s proposal to replace Maine’s expiring Pine Tree Development Zone (PTDZ) program with a new program, the Dirigo Business Incentive, that better reflects the current needs of Maine’s economy. Read more

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