What’s planned for “Seton Unit” in Waterville, Maine?

The Kennebec Journal published an article on Saturday, September 14, 2013. Key excerpts:

“MaineGeneral also will lease from Dirigo the two smaller, 10,000 and 4,000-square-foot buildings used for a behavioral health center and sleep study center.

“Mattson has spoken with Mayor Karen Heck and City Manager Michael Roy about his plans to seek public input on the Seton property; he said he also plans to approach Waterville Development Corp. to brainstorm uses, and touch base with City Planner Ann Beverage.”

Read the full article here.

Watch VIDEO about the project here.