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...............Mills has retained her plan for an experimental 16-square-mile wind farm in federal waters off the coast of Maine, made possible through last month’s passage of LD 336, also sponsored by Lawrence. State waters only extend three miles off the coast, and this new farm would be somewhere between 20 to 40 miles from Maine’s shores, in the Gulf of Maine....................Wasting no time to get the hurried project going, Dan Burgess, director of the Governor’s Energy Office, said they will announce the administration’s preferred location for the new farm within the next week.