Reopening: Your business, Your Chamber

Key Resources and Our Approach Last Friday, late in the afternoon, the Mills administration announced the Rural Reopening Plan. This announcement was on the heels of the expanded testing announcement, made the day before. The major takeaway- 12 of our 16 counties...

Reopening Maine

On Friday, May 1st, the stay healthy at home mandate is set to expire in Maine. The April 23rd press conference offered up a vision for reopening from Governor Mills, but offered no details, dates, or plans. Science tells us a safe and sustainable reopening...

PART 2: PIVOTING TO THE NEXT NORMAL

The past week has brought conflicting messages about a move towards reponening- if not normal- with an extension of the Maine state of civil emergency (now through May 15) and a plan for opening up America. As our workers file for unemployment in record numbers, many...

The Healing Community Food Challenge

Are you a business that is ready to sign on to support this challenge? Click here to sponsor a family! The extended State of Emergency has left many families in our community without jobs and in desperate need of weekly groceries. The LA Metro Chamber has partnered...

An Update from Citylink

Effective April 1st, all citylink buses will operate at half capacity. Drivers will only allow a set number of passengers on each bus and will ask people to not sit near other passengers to encourage social distancing. Please be respectful of other passengers and your...

Governor Mills Issues Stay Healthy at Home Mandate

An important message to all Mainers: Today, Governor Mills issued the Stay Healthy at Home Order. You can view the key details on the state site, here. This mandate overrides previous declarations from the Governor’s office and does impact essential businesses that...