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Douglas A. Thomas

Senator

Maine House

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Maine House

Background Information

Employment History

State Representative

District 24 Democrats


Affiliations

Maine Conservation Voters

Board Member


Maine Professional Drivers Association

Representative


Joint Standing Committee on Labor

Member


Specialty Equipment Market Association

Representative


State of Maine

Member Maine Senate


Legislature

Member of the Joint Standing Committee On Transportation


Education

Mount View High School


Unity College


Web References(138 Total References)


maineloggers.com

Maine Senator Doug Thomas (R-Ripley); Everett O'Neill, GPN's Vice President of Operations and Manufacturing, and Maine Senate President Kevin Raye (R-Perry)
EAST MILLINOCKET - Maine Senate President Kevin Raye (R-Perry) and Senator Doug Thomas (R-Ripley) visited the Great Northern Paper mill in East Millinocket on Tuesday, June 5th, where they toured the mill and met with representatives of Cate Street Capital. Raye and Thomas also visited for a first-hand look at the site on the campus of the closed Millinocket mill where Thermogen Industries plans to create jobs manufacturing torrefied wood pellets. The Thermogen proposal received a boost in May when Raye and Thomas successfully included an amendment to the state budget that makes the project eligible for participation in Maine's New Markets Capital Investment Program (NMCIP). The amendment pushed by Raye and Thomas this year increased the cap for the program from $10 million to $40 million, which will encourage Cate Street Capital to make an investment in the project through its Thermogen Industries subsidiary. "Cate Street really did create a dual opportunity," said Senator Thomas. "Making use of the idled Millinocket paper mill property as a wood-product manufacturing facility is a great idea, a natural fit, and a boost to a town sorely in need of new jobs," said Senator Thomas. Everett O'Neill, GNP's Vice President of Operations and Manufacturing, took Raye and Thomas on a tour of the East Millinocket mill, and then the Senators visited Millinocket with Cyr and other company officials.


defendingwater.net [cached]

I agree with Doug Thomas ( BDN column, Feb. 19) about one thing â€" a new Maine economy is going to have to come from Maine people.
I agree with Doug Thomas ( BDN column, Feb. 19) about one thing â€" a new Maine economy is going to have to come from Maine people. Link to Original Article By Doug Thomas, Special to the BDN Posted Feb. 19, 2015, at 1:09 p.m. We all know Maine is a poor state. We’re told how high food stamp rates are, how many of our children need free lunch at school and all the other measures of poverty. I deliver firewood all over central Maine, and I see the consequences of our dismal economy every day. You [...] Continue reading Doug Thomas's pro-EWC op-ed ]]> Our economy won’t improve if we reject development Link to Original Article By Doug Thomas, Special to the BDN Doug Thomas of Ripley is a former Republican member of the Maine Senate and the Maine House.


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Doug Thomas
Maine Senator


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Maine Senator Doug Thomas (R-Ripley); Everett O'Neill, GPN's Vice President of Operations and Manufacturing, and Maine Senate President Kevin Raye (R-Perry)
EAST MILLINOCKET - Maine Senate President Kevin Raye (R-Perry) and Senator Doug Thomas (R-Ripley) visited the Great Northern Paper mill in East Millinocket on Tuesday, June 5th, where they toured the mill and met with representatives of Cate Street Capital. Raye and Thomas also visited for a first-hand look at the site on the campus of the closed Millinocket mill where Thermogen Industries plans to create jobs manufacturing torrefied wood pellets. The Thermogen proposal received a boost in May when Raye and Thomas successfully included an amendment to the state budget that makes the project eligible for participation in Maine's New Markets Capital Investment Program (NMCIP). The amendment pushed by Raye and Thomas this year increased the cap for the program from $10 million to $40 million, which will encourage Cate Street Capital to make an investment in the project through its Thermogen Industries subsidiary. "Cate Street really did create a dual opportunity," said Senator Thomas. "Making use of the idled Millinocket paper mill property as a wood-product manufacturing facility is a great idea, a natural fit, and a boost to a town sorely in need of new jobs," said Senator Thomas. Everett O'Neill, GNP's Vice President of Operations and Manufacturing, took Raye and Thomas on a tour of the East Millinocket mill, and then the Senators visited Millinocket with Cyr and other company officials.


www.wabi.tv

The bridge on Route 150 in Harmony will officially be renamed during a ceremony Saturday, June 2nd, at 11:00 a.m. Governor LePage has been invited to the ceremony, as has State Senator Doug Thomas who represents the Harmony area.
Thomas, a member of the Joint Standing Committee on Transportation in the Maine Legislature, sponsored the legislation that made the renaming of two bridges possible.


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