In his June 19, 2006, Executive Order, Governor John E. Baldacci directed the Working Group to “offer its best guidance and advice to the Governor respecting the long-term governance, management, and oversight structure for the Allagash Wilderness Waterway” (AWW). In the intervening six months the members of the Working Group have engaged in an examination of the forty-year history of the Waterway and an analysis of the conditions and circumstance that led to the Governor’s Executive Order. We have reviewed documentation of the AWW history, taken testimony at numerous public meetings and hearings, conducted correspondence with members of the several Waterway constituencies, engaged in an on-site examination of part of the Waterway, and sought advice from experts within and outside the state.
Allagash Wilderness Waterway Working Group, "Allagash Wilderness Waterway Working Group on Structure, Management and Oversight: Choosing Common Ground and Moving Ahead (Executive Summary)" (2007). Maine History & Policy Development. 1.
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