PCEDC Announces New Executive Director

The Piscataquis County Economic Development Council (PCEDC) Executive Committee is pleased to announce the hiring of a new Executive Director, John Shea.

PCEDC Announces Upcoming Changes

PCEDC Director announces resignation after 5 year tenure.

Workforce Development Panel Discussion

A County-Wide Discussion on Workforce Challenges and Opportunities

Local collaboration receives grant to support study of workforce development and youth aspirations barriers

“This grant will support a series of activities designed to learn more about area challenges in recruitment/retention of employees as well as to identify the challenges faced by area youth and young adults to their long-term aspirations about career and job choices, employment and civic involvement.” said Sue Mackey Andrews, co-chairperson of HHH.

Milo selectmen asked to think about broadband possibilities

Piscataquis County Economic Development Council (PCEDC) began to use $120,000 awarded from the Office of the Maine Attorney General for broadband internet planning.

Dover-Foxcroft Officials asked to think about broadband possibilities

Piscataquis County Economic Development Council (PCEDC) began to utilize $120,000 awarded from the Office of the Maine Attorney General for broadband.

Regional technology plan to help communities connect to broadband

DOVER-FOXCROFT — In 2016 the Piscataquis County Economic Development Council (PCEDC) was awarded $120,000 for broadband internet planning from the Office of the Maine Attorney General, with the funds coming from consumer settlements the office reached with several wireless carriers. The monies helped the PCEDC work with Axiom Technologies of Machias to conduct a survey […]

Broadband Update – Community Survey is now live!

Wondering what is going on with Broadband throughout Piscataquis County?

Greenville steamship Katahdin awarded $300,000 grant for repairs

The Piscataquis County Economic Council announced that the “Kate,” as the steamship is affectionately known to locals, was awarded a $300,000 Community Development Block Grant from the Maine Department of Economic and Community Development for repairs.