In Focus: Trains, forums and libraries

Posted March 08, 2013, at 11:28 a.m.
The vehicles of emergency responders and Pan Am Railways Co. workers line Route 2 in Mattawamkeag, the site of a train derailment, on Thursday, March 7, 2013.
The vehicles of emergency responders and Pan Am Railways Co. workers line Route 2 in Mattawamkeag, the site of a train derailment, on Thursday, March 7, 2013.
Workers from Pan Am Railways, the Maine Department of Environmental Protection and a contractor continued to work Friday, March 8, 2013, to pump oil from 13 oil tankers that tipped over the day before in Mattawamkeag.
Workers from Pan Am Railways, the Maine Department of Environmental Protection and a contractor continued to work Friday, March 8, 2013, to pump oil from 13 oil tankers that tipped over the day before in Mattawamkeag. Buy Photo
An oil train pulling 15 full 33,000-gallon crude oil tankers apparently spilled only 3 gallons of oil when it derailed Thursday in Mattawamkeag.
An oil train pulling 15 full 33,000-gallon crude oil tankers apparently spilled only 3 gallons of oil when it derailed Thursday in Mattawamkeag. Buy Photo
Maine Sen. Edward Youngblood listens to Penobscot residents' concerns about the proposed state budget along with fellow legislators during a town hall meeting at the Brewer auditorium on Thursday, March 7, 2013.
Carter F. McCall | BDN
Maine Sen. Edward Youngblood listens to Penobscot residents' concerns about the proposed state budget along with fellow legislators during a town hall meeting at the Brewer auditorium on Thursday, March 7, 2013. Buy Photo
Jeffery Beal steers a desk Thursday, March 7, from the old Milbridge Town Office building to the new facility built during the winter. The new $575,000, 9,200-square-foot building on School Street will be home to the town offices, the public library, the fire department and the ambulance service.
Tom Walsh | BDN
Jeffery Beal steers a desk Thursday, March 7, from the old Milbridge Town Office building to the new facility built during the winter. The new $575,000, 9,200-square-foot building on School Street will be home to the town offices, the public library, the fire department and the ambulance service.

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