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Allyson Cavaretta has had a long-standing interest in public service. In 2003, she returned to Maine to work alongside her family in hospitality. As an active community member, she has worked to foster independent and small business, support local job growth in York County and foster public/private partnerships around environmental and conservation efforts.  She is also a tireless advocate for the arts in Maine, having served in development for the Ogunquit Museum of American Art.  A champion for Maine’s small businesses, Allyson Cavaretta is proud of to be part of the third generation in business in Maine.

Allyson has been one of the most effective business leaders in the state’s Environmental Leader program. Since eagerly enrolling The Meadowmere in the state’s program in 2006 it would be hard to find any other business in Maine that has demonstrated the degree of continual improvement and environmental success exhibited by The Meadowmere under Allyson’s guidance.

-Peter Cooke, Assistant Director of the Maine Department of Environmental Protection’s Office of Innovation and Assistance, 2003-2011

Continual Improvement

In my role at the Maine Innkeepers Association, I have had the unique opportunity to work on legislative issues with Allyson. These have included local ordinances, Maine statute and Federal rules and laws. In all cases she has proved herself to be tenacious on achieving a positive outcome, which would serve her and her community well in the Maine State Legislature.

 

-Greg Dugal, Maine Innkeepers Association

Determined Positive Outcomes