Presentation takes place at annual retreat for financial, economics insiders
A group of economists, financial advisers, hedge fund managers and bankers come from around the world each year to participate in “Camp Kotok,” a quiet and exclusive summit atLeen’s Lodge in Grand Lake Stream, a remote plantation in Washington County.
The annual weekend retreat is a typically a low-key, relaxing and off-the-record respite for industry insiders, but this year they had a special guest: Governor Paul LePage.
Representatives of the Partnership for the Preservation of the Downeast Lakes Watershed, which is a local group organized to fight First Wind, and the Grand Lake Stream Guides Association, as well as local lodge owners, recognized the governor for his stance against industrial grid-scale wind power. They also asked for LePage’s help in protecting their businesses from economic harm that would result if a proposed wind project is allowed to go forward.
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