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Posted on: January 14, 2022

Request For Interest : Support for Applying to the Community Resilience Partnership

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A Service Provider Grant will fund a group of five (5) communities in Maine to prepare for and enroll in the new Community Resilience Partnership. Once enrolled communities will have access to grant awards up to $50,000 to complete actions that reduce emi...

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Posted on: January 13, 2022

Forum to highlight municipal leadership on development issues

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Development is happening. More will come. We can just let it happen. Or we can address it head-on and decide how and where we grow. We have the power. Let’s take action so we love the outcome!

We’re hosting a forum on Tuesday, Jan. 25 a...

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Posted on: January 13, 2022

Learn about transit from another point of view

Picture of transit rider with headline "Ride with Me"

GPCOG is recruiting decision-makers to participate in our "Ride With Me" event. Get a first-hand look into how our transportation system works for our most vulnerable users on a paired transit ride with a community member. The event wil...

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Posted on: November 22, 2021

Ten Casco Bay coastal communities work to mitigate flooding caused by the climate crisis

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Ten Casco Bay coastal communities will be working together to prepare for the environmental, social and economic impacts of flooding caused by the climate crisis.

The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation has announced it has awarded the Greater Portland C...

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