Risk-free Alternatives CEO Leo Trudel thanked Caribou town councilors in the course of an Oct. 9 meeting for renewing the allow for his clinical marijuana dispensary on the Presque Isle road. (Chris Bouchard)
Harmless Solutions CEO Leo Trudel thanked Caribou city councilors through an Oct. 9 meeting for renewing the allow for his health care cannabis dispensary on the Presque Isle road. (Chris Bouchard)
The Maine Senate on April 22 unanimously confirmed the nomination of Leo Trudel of Madawaska Lake to serve on the Maine Land Use Arranging Fee.
AUGUSTA, Maine – The Maine Senate on April 22 unanimously confirmed the nomination of Leo Trudel of Madawaska Lake to serve on the Maine Land Use Setting up Commission.
Senate President Troy Jackson, D-Allagash, produced the subsequent statement in aid of Trudel’s affirmation. “Leo’s broad array of experiences and training will be an incredible asset to the Land Use Setting up Fee. His in-depth track record in business enterprise administration, accounting, and economic development will guarantee that he gives a strong voice for the individuals of Maine. I’m glad that my colleagues in the Senate unanimously agreed with this confirmation.”
Trudel is an affiliate professor at the College of Maine at Fort Kent and teaches a variety of courses similar to small business management and accounting diploma systems. He also serves on the University of Maine’s Board of Trustees as a school agent. Trudel’s qualifications consists of a number of financial enhancement positions at the municipal stage, such as the towns of St. Francis and Fort Kent.
The Maine Land Use Preparing Commission — formerly the Maine Land Use Regulation Fee — is made up of 9 nominated users who are subject matter to evaluate by the committee owning jurisdiction around conservation matters and to confirmation by the Senate. The commission has broad responsibility for preserving general public well being, security and typical welfare and extending the ideas of sound scheduling, zoning and enhancement to the unorganized and deorganized townships of the state.