A Maine construction company is expanding to the site of a former paper mill, where it will build equipment and buildings for a Port Arthur, Texas, oil refinery due for completion in 2010.
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#1 Oct 6, 2008
Cianbro has several vehicles registered illegally in the state of Maryland and Connecticut and they get away with it. Tractor trailers, rack trucks, boom trucks. Maine plates and they are parked every night in Connecticut and Maryland.
Got to have friend in high places.
#2 Oct 24, 2008
Stop your crying ! Maine got jobs didn't they.
No wonder they have so much unemployment in Maine, who wants to hear all the wineing !
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