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    Businesses uprooted by progress at Biddeford’s Lincoln Mill - Photos by Whitney Hayward/Staff Photographer | of | Share this photo

    Michael Ventura of Ventura & Son Stairbuilders has had a woodworking workshop in the Lincoln Mill for 15 years. He supports redevelopment of the mill, but says finding a new work space hasn’t been easy. He also worries about the cost to move, which he estimates could be $10,000 or more for many of the tenants.

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    The window of Mike Ventura's shop, where he operates his stair building business "Ventura & Son," in the Lincoln Mill in Biddeford, ME on February 17, 2015. Whitney Hayward/Staff Photographer

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    Furniture maker Steve Ryder sands the outside of a table in his woodworking space in the Lincoln Mill in Biddeford, ME on February 17, 2015. Whitney Hayward/Staff Photographer

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    Drill bits and woodworking supplies will have to come off the wall and be packed up for the move at Michael Ventura’s Lincoln Mill business.

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    The window of Mike Ventura's office into his workshop space at the Lincoln Mill in Biddeford. Whitney Hayward/Staff Photographer

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