Friends of Midcoast Maine elects new board members
Camden — Friends of Midcoast Maine elected three Midcoast residents to serve on its Board of Trustees at its annual meeting at the Rockport Opera House in June.
Elected were Michael Tomko of Boothbay Harbor and Roberta (Robin) Mayer of Damariscotta. Belfast resident Steven Ryan was re-elected for a three-year term. Friends of Midcoast Maine is a regional non-profit organization providing planning, facilitation and smart growth technical assistance to Midcoast communities, individuals and organizations.
Mayer is currently principal at Mayer & Associates, a strategic communications consulting firm that focuses primarily on traffic safety. Mayer serves on the Board of Selectmen in Damariscotta. In addition, she represents Damariscotta on the Lincoln County Route 1 Corridor Management Committee. She is a resident of Damariscotta.
Tomko currently owns and runs Create Estates, a contracting business specializing in home improvement and renovation. He serves on the Executive Board of the Lincoln County Regional Planning Commission, the Boothbay Harbor Comprehensive Planning Committee and numerous other sub-committees, including the Bicycle Pedestrian Plan, Route 27 Corridor Committee, & Lincoln County Sea Level Rise Committee and is a Boothbay Harbor resident.
Ryan, of Belfast, was re-elected for a three-year term. He currently serves as FMM Board chairman. Ryan is President/CEO of Maine Network for Health, a provider-owned organization specializing in healthcare business support services including payment contracts, business office functions and quality improvement assistance.
For more information, visit friendsmidcoast.org.