CARIBOU, Maine—State legislators from northern Maine say a judge’s ruling against three Canadian logging companies shows that foreign companies have been working in the state illegally.
Aroostook County Justice Allen Hunter approved a final consent decree and order against the Canadian companies, A.D. Logging Inc., B.J. Jalbert Inc., and S.L. Logging Inc., which list their place of business as Fort Kent. They admitted violating Maine law for failing to show ownership of equipment and were each fined $1,000.
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