March 18, 2021

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"Fundamental differences" during the sales process of a Hampden, Maine waste plant are stalling the facility's opening.

 Negotiations for the sale of the Coastal Resources of Maine waste plant have been ongoing for months. The parties involved previously said the deal would be completed by the end of March. 

Members of the Municipal Review Committee did not reveal the reasons for the delay. The group is expected to send the 115 cities and towns affected by the reopening delay an update.

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