“Welcome Home” Sign Replaces LePage Sign Near Kittery Line

New Sign Installed Today Near the Kittery Line at the Request of Governor Janet J. Mills.

Governor Janet T. Mills announced today the Maine Turnpike Authority has installed a new Welcome Home’ sign on the Maine State border near the Kittery Line.

In her Inaugural Address, Governor Mills announced that she would install the new sign in an effort to welcome people; the young, immigrants, entrepreneurs, business owners, innovators and new employees to the state.

This sign is a simple, inclusive and powerful message which our state will send to every family, business owner and young person coming into our state. You are w”Welcome Here,” said Governor Mills. “It is also a remine34 of the love we all share for this great state as we ensure that Maine is a place of opportunity for all those hoping to create a better future for themselves and their family. to all of them, I say, Welcome Home.”

The new Welcome Home sign was installed today by the Maine
Turnpike Authority. Installation costs were minimal and primarily involved traffic management.

1 thought on ““Welcome Home” Sign Replaces LePage Sign Near Kittery Line

  1. I was so disappointed to see this new sign. Visitors are key to your economy!
    “Maine -the way life should be” was magical to visitors

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