Success of program helps job creation in Maine

The Washington County Community College had 38 students who entered the training course for paper-making technology. The project hired 17, with 41 additional individuals hired by St. Croix Tissue. The new hires began working in September of 2018. The infrastructure for training new recruits was established by the collaboration. The positions in the mill pay higher wages than the rest of the region due to the Maine New Markets Tax Credit program, with excellent chances for advancement.

Two Companies Merge To Create A Leading Management Company

Resource Residential, based in Philadelphia, was merged with a Dallas-based US Residential. US Residential is a national full service management company that is fee based. They manage conventional plus affordable multi-housing communities. Resource Residential is a former business portion of Resource America, a subsidiary of C-III Capital Partners led by Chairman and CEO Andrew Farkas. […]