“Remote office space plays well at old Gorham theater”

“GORHAM — Rob Woodman of SYNCGorham has found that creating individual offices in an old movie theater is the ticket for success, especially during a pandemic.”

To read more, click the article below.

https://www.pressherald.com/2021/03/03/remote-office-space-plays-well-at-old-gorham-theater/

Reporting and Image Source: Robert Lowell, American Journal

Mask Up Gorham Together: MK Kitchen

Check out this great promo from Town of Gorham’s GoCAM team, highlighting MK Kitchen!

Source: Town of Gorham GoCAM https://vimeo.com/516363327

Electric Vehicles

“Into the future: Towns, cities lease electric vehicles, save money”

To read more, click the article below.

https://www.memun.org/DesktopModules/Bring2mind/DMX/Download.aspx?Command=Core_Download&EntryId=14652&language=en-US&PortalId=0&TabId=119#page=19

Reporting Source: Maine Town & City, Susan Cover

On the Record: Kevin Jensen, Economic Development Director

“Kevin Jensen became Gorham’s economic development director in January 2020, moving here from New York City, where he’d spent 10 years in the public, private and nonprofit sectors. He took the position as the town works to enhance its economic footprint. Mainebiz caught up with him to check on how things are going.”

To read more, click the article below.

https://www.mainebiz.biz/article/on-the-record-in-gorham-kevin-jensen-urges-businesses-to-take-a-walk-in-the-park

Reporting Source: Mainebiz

Image Source: James Neuger

Mask Up Gorham Together: Sebago Brewing Company

Check out this great promo from Town of Gorham’s GoCAM team, highlighting Sebago Brewing Company!

Source: Town of Gorham GoCAM https://vimeo.com/497712174

“Restaurant, brewery planned for old South Windham Fire Station”

“The plan to turn the old fire station on 8 Main St. is one component of the revitalization plans for Little Falls-South Windham Village.”

To read more, click the article below.

https://www.pressherald.com/2021/02/17/restaurant-brewery-planned-for-old-south-windham-fire-station/

Reporting and Image Source: Emily Bader, Lakes Region Weekly

“Historic Gorham barn stripped down and set to be saved”

“The skeleton of a 200-year-old east Gorham barn will be dismantled next week.

The bones will be trucked to Fryeburg for storage, cleaning and repairs before the barn is reassembled next year at the 258-acre Shaw Cherry Hill Farm at the Main Street gateway to Gorham. ”

To read more, click the article below.

https://www.pressherald.com/2021/02/17/historic-gorham-barn-stripped-down-and-set-to-be-saved/

Reporting and Image Source: Robert Lowell, American Journal

Gorham Business Park

“For the past few years, Gorham has boasted a zero vacancy rate in its industrial parks, the tightest of the tight Portland area industrial market. Now the town, in a push to diversify its economic base and take advantage of the hot market, is turning 141 acres of long-vacant farmland into a 17-lot industrial and business park.”

To read more, click the article below.

https://www.mainebiz.biz/article/gorham-develops-business-park-to-catch-hot-industrial-market

Reporting Source: Mainebiz

Image Source: Milone & Macbroom

Gorham Economic Development Committee Meeting, December 16th @ 8:00am

This meeting will be conducted via Zoom video conferencing platform. Click on the following link to access the meeting through Zoom. https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84736908011. To join the meeting via phone the number is 1 312 626 6799.w, with the Webinar ID being 847 3690 8011.

GEDC Agenda (December 2020) REVISED

“Towns have eye on Little Falls-South Windham Village”

“Gorham councilors are enthusiastic about a possible joint study with Windham that could help revitalize the once bustling community.”

To read more, click the article below.

https://www.pressherald.com/2020/12/02/towns-have-eye-on-little-falls-south-windham-village-2/

Reporting Source: Robert Lowell, American Journal