Comments for: Greenville steamship Katahdin awarded $300,000 grant for repairs

Posted April 10, 2012, at 7:39 p.m.

GREENVILLE | The 98-year-old steamship Katahdin will get the repairs it needs. The Piscataquis County Economic Council announced that the “Kate,” as the steamship is affectionately known to locals, was awarded a $300,000 Community Development Block Grant from the Maine Department of Economic and Community Development for repairs. The …

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  • Anonymous

    This is not an accurate story at all!! Elliot Levy and others were had a “SAVE THE KATE” program going. Let’s give credit where it is due. I believe that Duke came on much later. He was still teaching then.

  • Anonymous

    ” The project will not cost taxpayers any money ” pray tell where does the bloc grant come from,
    the money tree fairy.

  • Anonymous

    The sucker is fast too. Have you ever tried to catch her in a runabout? Great news. She has come a long ways since her booming out days.

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