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Local News - March 2, 2015
Cole named interim Ellsworth manager
(Ellsworth) The Ellsworth City Council has appointed David Cole as Ellsworth's interim City Manager. Cole will work alongside current City Manager Michelle Beal until she leaves March 20th. Cole tells Star 97.7, he worked with the city on various transportation projects during his time as the MDOT commissioner and on economic development projects as the CEO of the Eastern Maine Development Corporation. Cole has his own consulting firm and lives in Brewer. He says he'll work the equivalent of 3 business days a week. His first day on the job is today.
(Acadia National Park) - The stately building on the Schoodic Peninsula in Acadia National park will get a lot of expensive repair work this coming summer. The Ellsworth American reports Rockefeller Hall needs masonry, electrical and plumbing work, even after a nearly $3-million dollar improvement project a couple of years ago.
Scaffolding will go up later this spring, but the building will remain open during the renovations. The building remains on the natioanal historic register.
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