June 13, 2016

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F U L L C O N T E N T S O N PA G E 4 » M O R E I N S I D E T H E L I S T F O C U S S M A L L B U S I N E S S / printsub S U B S C R I B E 20 Get ready for new OT rules Verrill Dana lawyers offer tips on how businesses can meet the new federal overtime rules. 24 Sebago Brewing's plans Gorham brewery anticipates its beer sales will grow by up to 40% this year, as it plans a new site. 26 Camden on the move Lots of changes in downtown Camden, including Sea Dog Brewing's takeover of the former Cappy's Chowder House. '16 2010 2000 1990 2004: $23,660 2016: $47,476 S E E W H O ' S N E X T O N PA G E 4 6 » Redzone Wireless LLC tops our list of Largest Finance Authority of Maine loans. P H O T O / T I M G R E E N WAY Not far from Bar Harbor, Town Hill is attracting small businesses B y L a u r i e S c h r e i b e r A mini-boom in small-business activity is taking place in Town Hill, a small village that's part of the busy tourist town of Bar Harbor, but is located on its outermost fringe. At e Travelin' Lobster, a 12-foot by 24-foot lobster shack takeout that just opened on Route 102, Town Hill's main thoroughfare, owner Kelly Corson is taking an order from a Florida couple for a mid-afternoon lobster dinner and a lobster roll. C O N T I N U E D O N PA G E 3 0 » B y L o r i V a l i g r a S TA R T I N G O N P A G E 1 6 » Startup and Create Will the annual entrepreneurial soiree spark an 'innovator invasion'? Maine Week Jess Knox, founder of Maine Startup & Create Week, at center, leads a planning meeting for the event in Portland. $2.00 June 13, 2016 VO L . X X I I N O. X I I I

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