By Kevin Miller, BDN Staff
HOLDEN, Maine — Maine’s conservation commissioner said Wednesday that he believes state government and the diverse groups invested in the future of Maine’s vast natural resources can do a better job balancing preservation and economic development by focusing on their mutually agreed upon goals.
“Maybe opposites do attract,” said Bill Beardsley, commissioner of the Maine Department of Conservation. “Maybe there is more opportunity there than we think there is.”
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