Reopening Maine: How Will The Staged Reopening Of The Economy Work?
As Maine begins reopening its economy, what are the risks, challenges and oppportunities ahead? We discuss how the first steps to the phased process are being taken, especially now that Gov. Janet Mills has given 12 Maine counties the go-ahead to reopen some businesses and entitites. How do businesses owners and customers feel about returning? What plans are in place for the months ahead?
Heather Johnson, commissioner, Maine Department of Economic and Community Development
Dana Connors, president, Maine State Chamber of Commerce
- Maine Department of Economic and Community Development
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