Comments for: Maine launches improved state website

Posted May 15, 2012, at 5:50 a.m.

AUGUSTA | Gov. Paul LePage says the state is taking its official website,, to the next level. LePage said Monday that the newly revamped website has a fresh look, more speed and a powerful new search engine. Enhancements include a more responsive design, a faster search engine and …

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  • Tyke

    I wonder what state the photo of the open for business sign comes from?

    • Superuser23

      A business in Waterville?

      • Tyke

        Are there any left?

        • Superuser23


  • The typography kills the design. 

  • Anonymous

    They can improve the site ’til hell freezes over, but as long as we have Lepage for governor, Maine will continue its decline.

  • Superuser23

    Tell LePage he shouldn’t use the word Transparency or the form of the word, or any other word that has similar definitions. Improving a website does not make a transparent Gov’t.  Look it up.

    Let me add, the layout of that site, sucks and I don’t see any speed improvement.

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