Of that, $50 million would be used to build a 1,000-seat performing arts center.
He left $20 million to the Land and Garden Preserve of Mount Desert Island and $5 million to the Maine Coast Heritage Trust.
Candidate Trump insisted it would be easy but President Trump is finding the job trickier than he thought.
The change would put an end to resetting the clocks each spring and fall and keep Maine on the equivalent of daylight saving time year-round.
Above-average rainfall this month, coupled with the melting of a large snowpack, helps ease the groundwater dropoff that plagued much of Maine since last year.
Our columnist panel also debates tax policy and wonders what will happen when and where the bombs fall.
Lucas St. Clair says a Trump administration official suggested the designation won't be reviewed, but an Interior Department spokeswoman says it could be.
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