November 23, 2017
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Comments for: $14M Sebasticook Valley Hospital expansion project on schedule

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  • Anonymous

    If there isn’t excessive profit in healthcare how come all the hospitals are expanding and trying to compete with their neighbors? There are only so many patients around here and yet they continue to build additional facilities. Expensive for the patient and not necessary. In this situation competition isn’t lowering our healthcare costs, it is causing them to go up so that all of these redundant facilities are supported. Universal healthcare NOW!

  • Anonymous

    “An architect’s rendering.” Surely this architect or architectural firm has a name, one that should should have been included in this story.

    I’ve found that this is a common occurrence in news stories about major projects. It’s a shame too, since architects, landscape architects and other designers contribute so much to the environment in which the majority of us spend such a large part of our daily lives.

    So if I may – I request that Alex Barber and his editors that in the future, please provide credit where it is due.

    Gerald Weinand, Architect
    Rockland

  • Anonymous

    I don’t care how much money they put into the place…it will still be a horrible hospital.

  • Gary

    “It’s exciting to see the number of employees who have contributed,” said Haapanen Janelle.

    There wasn’t really a choice. They sat each employee down and said that the goal wasn’t being met fast enough, then asked how much out of their check they wanted to contribute. I’d be pretty excited too.

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