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Comments for: Dover-Foxcroft mill redevelopment project gets $1.5 million boost

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  • Anonymous

    “This $1.5 million Economic Development Administration investment in Maine is an example of the Obama administration’s commitment to strengthening critical business infrastructure   LOL maybe we  can get the Muslam brotherhood to run it

    • Anonymous

      If you’re going to post an insult, at least learn to spell.

    • Anonymous

      LOL? Laughing at your own acerbic wit? Well here’s a news flash for you: it was’t cute, it wasn’t humorous and it wasn’t intelligent. In fact, it makes you appear pathetic and self-loathing, more than anything else.

  • Anonymous

    This is great news for the community.  These projects will benefit the entire State.

    • Anonymous

      Would love to see a top floor restaurant with an outdoor terrace overlooking the River serving fine wines and dinners. Similar to the Mill & Pub that overlooks the falls in Skowhegan.

  • Anonymous

    1.5 million might keep the buildings from falling into the river,why not build in the business park?it would be more cost effective and probably happen much quicker. oh,i forgot with gov’t. involved the results don’t matter,just the impression that they are doing something to help the economy,meanwhile backroom deals line the pockets of the same old insiders.nothing new here folks,move along…..

    • Anonymous

      It is a waste of time and energy to argue with the stubbornly ignorant, so I won’t.

      • Anonymous

        I hear yeah rollingscissors. They are called naysayers.

        • Anonymous

          Sorry folks, i love the idea but the location is absolutely wrong. Guess you did not bother to read my entire comment,as is usual with those who have an opinion before the facts are laid out. building this in a flood plain is asking for trouble.Am i the only one who remembers when much of downtown dover was under water?

  • Liberal Soup N Crackers

    What is a high tech office suite?

  • Anonymous

    Excellent! This will bust out Dover big time! Welcome to the 21st century role model.

  • Anonymous

    Excellent! This will put Dover in a position as a 21 st century role model for other towns to follow. 

    This is quantum leap thinking. Excellent location for a business location that will add style and class to a town poised for forward looking growth to the high tech age. The ultra high speed fiber backbone will provide unlimited technology for the new establishment. 

    Perfect location to transform a historic complex into a future example.

  • Anonymous

    Where may i ask are all the employees, clients, customers and shoppers going to park???

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