Governor Mills Suspends State of Emergency This Morning


Governor Janet T. Mills (D) Appearing on a CNN Television Morning Show During the Governor’s Winter Conference in Washington, DC. Earlier This Year.

With the imminent threat posed by Hurricane Lee having passed, Governor Janet T. Mills (D) announced this morning that she has suspended the State of Emergency she declared earlier this week in preparation for the storm.  The Governor suspended the State of Emergency as now Post-Tropical Cyclone Lee continues to move eastward past Prince Edward DIsland.

Maine Emergency Management Agency (MEMA) and other State agencies continue to support local emergency management officials with clean-up and recovery efforts and Central Maine Power and Versant continue to clear up fallen trees and limbs and restore power to customers.  The State of Maine will continue to have access to Federal resources for recovery, as needed under President’s Emergency Disaster Declaration.