Adjutant General of Maine National Guard addresses MMA employees about halted contract

Brigadier General Doug Farnham met with employees at Maine Military Authority today and he said they were aware the contract was underbid, but they were somewhat shocked to see the Governor's announcement. He said work for them is continuing as normal...what's happening right now is more of a time out to assess the contract and figure out what the best move forward is both for the employees and for taxpayers.

NewsSource 8 The Evening Edition 09.28.16


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