Patty Aho of the Maine DEP speaks to Kiwanis

In its continued effort to present interesting and informative topics

for its weekly speaker program, the Kiwanis Club invited Patricia Aho,

the Commissioner of the Maine Department of Environmental Protection

to address the group during its meeting on June 25th.  Prior to her

arrival at the Kiwanis meeting, Aho spent the earlier part of the day

inspecting Rockland's working waterfront with City officials.  During

the Kiwanis meeting, Commissioner Aho outlined the changes and

improvements in the Maine DEP application and inspection process to

ensure that the department treats its employees and the public with

courtesy, respect and consideration and to be fair and honest in its

dealings, and to be mindful of the special qualities that make Maine a

unique place to live and work.  Following the meeting, Aho, [right],

received a Kiwanis coffee mug as a token of appreciation for her visit

from Kiwanis president, Janet Page of Owls Head.  Kiwanis is a global

organization of volunteers dedicated to changing the world one child

and one community at a time.  FMI:


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