For Businesses | Lincoln County Regional Planning Commission

More Information

Business Directory

Upcoming Deadlines

04.28Coastal grants available for municipal and regional projects
09.29Recreational Trails Program
11.17Land and Water Conservation Fund

Events

04.04Federal & State Resources For Small Businesses
04.12Lift360 Housing For All

Current Projects

For Businesses

KEY RESOURCES UNDER CONSTRUCTION 3/14

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE: The IRS wants you to have the information you need when you need it! 


The linked Resources @ Your Fingertips documents below contain information about Collection User Fees, Online Payment Agreement, W-2 Filing Deadline Changes, Refundable Credits Resources. 

Information relating to these topics will provide guidance, hot topics and updates for you and your customers.

Contact SHAWN SAVAGE, Senior Stakeholder Liaison, Internal Revenue Service in Augusta for more tips and background on IRS business resources: 304.579.6873 or [email protected]

 

SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

COASTAL COUNTIES WORKFORCE

NEW VENTURES MAINE


 


Great Resources for Incumbent Worker Training and Paid Internships:

Coastal Counties Workforce and Maine Manufacturing Extension Partnership are partnering on incumbent worker training in four sectors: renewable energy, aerospace/aviation, advanced materials/composites, and biotechnology. Funds through a Make It In America grant will support training resulting in an industry-recognized credential. Contact Mariah Cunningham, Incumbent Worker Training Coordinator, at MaineMEP -- [email protected], 207-542-2081. Here's MORE INFO.

Find out how you can qualify -- as an intern or as an employer --for a separate Paid Internship Program. Coastal Counties has teamed up with Workforce Solution Centers (GoodwillNNE), Southern Maine Community College, and MaineMEP. Get connected to employment opportunities, career workshops and peer groups, targeted training, and more. Contact Ryan Anderson, Workforce Solutions Supervisor, 207-210-5731, or [email protected] or Susan Wiley, [email protected] or 207-370-3986. Targeted industries are the same as above. Here's MORE INFO.

 


If you’re developing a business concept, we can put you in touch with business counselors who can guide you in preparing a business plan, and can contact University and other research resources for market and related technical information.

LCRPC will also review lending and gap financing opportunities, Pine Tree Zone, and tax increment financing, along with workforce training, energy efficiency and other programs that fit your business objectives and needs.

If you’re looking to expand or locate in Lincoln County, contact your town office for the latest information on zoning, land uses, and all review processes.

LCRPC wants to grow the County's economy by supporting exisiting and future entrepreneurs, innovators, and hard-working employees. The County has long had strong traditions of fine craftsmanship and quality across many sectors – shipbuilding, machining, fisheries, health care, farming, arts, and education. Call or email us to learn how LCRPC can provide you with personalized attention, to help identify resources and connections.

______________________________________________________________________________________________________________

The U. S. Small Business Administration Table of Small Business Size matched to the NAICS Code is HERE.