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Patrick C. Keliher

Commissioner

Maine Department of Transportation

HQ Phone:  (207) 287-8000

Email: p***@***.gov

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Maine Department of Transportation

28 State House Station

Augusta, Maine,04333

United States

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Affiliations

FAME

Board Member


The Maine Natural Resource Conservation Program

Committee Member


The MLA

Member, Board


New England Fishery Management Council

Council Member


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Maine Lobstermen's Association | Events - Maine Lobstermen's Association

mainelobstermen.org [cached]

Opening Remarks by Pat Keliher (Commissioner, Maine DMR) & David Cousens (Lobsterman & MLA President)


fish-news.com

"While this figure is not complete, it does provide a better indication of the overall economic benefit of this fishery," said DMR Commissioner Patrick Keliher.
Added to the overall landed value, the bonus figure brings the total to more than $464 million. "During the 2014 season we saw a perfect mix of conditions for economic improvement in the Maine lobster fishery," Keliher said. "Not only were landings at an historic high again, a more predictably timed shed improved industry's ability to manage the supply." Unlike the 2012 season when an early shed created a supply of new shell lobsters that exceeded demand and depressed value, the shed in 2014 happened later, allowing processors, dealers, and restaurants to handle them more profitably. "Another significant reason for the improved value for Maine lobster this past year is the effort of Maine's lobster dealers who worked hard to expand markets for Maine lobster," said Keliher. "That work will continue as the Maine Lobster Marketing Collaborative begins working with global marketing powerhouse Weber Shandwick to grow markets for this sustainably harvested Maine seafood. "Just as important, the Maine lobster industry's steadfast compliance with conservation laws and regulations has contributed to historic landings for a third year in a row," said Keliher.


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Testifying for the bill offered by his department, DMR Commissioner Patrick Keliher told the committee early this month, "Overall, our strategy to maintain this extremely lucrative fishery," worth more than $8 million to Maine harvesters last year, "has been to continually seek to improve our ability to defend our knowledge of what is actually going on, so that other states cannot criticize our ability to monitor and enforce the permitted harvest."


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"The new facility will provide improved access for our license holders, sufficient space for public hearings, and a better work environment for staff," DMR Commissioner Patrick Keliher said in a statement announcing the move.


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In April, after the second day of the public hearing, DMR Commissioner Patrick Keliher refused to remove Robinson as hearing officer but agreed to add one more day - the third - of hearings "for the purpose of taking testimony from members of the public owing to the lateness of hour" that the second day of the March hearings ended.
Whether the ice will leave the bay before Keliher signs a final decision approving the experimental lease remains to be seen.


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