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Representative Michael G. Devin
  Representing - Bremen, Bristol, Damariscotta, Newcastle, Nobleboro (part), South Bristol (part) and Monhegan Plantation, plus the unorganized territory of Louds Island
District #90

Rep. Mick Devin is serving his fourth term in the Maine House of Representatives and a member of Joint Standing Committee on Environment and Natural Resources and a returning member of the Joint Standing Committee on Marine Resources. He has served as House chair of the Commission to Study the Effects of Coastal and Ocean Acidification and Its Existing and Potential Effects on Species that Are Commercially Harvested and Grown along the Maine Coast, which he created through first-of-its kind legislation on the East Coast.

A marine biologist, Devin has worked as a hatchery manager at the University of Maine’s Darling Marine Center, where his work focused on aquaculture. Devin has received fellowships from the Maine Department of Maine Resources Marine Studies Program, the prestigious John A. Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship (National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration Sea Grant) and the Japanese Science and Technology Exchange Researcher Program. Until his election to the Maine House, he served on the Sea Urchin Zone Council for the Maine Department of Marine Resources and was chairman of the Aquaculture and Marine Technical Board at the Maine Technology Institute. Devin was a Toll Fellow in 2014 and was appointed to the Maine Surface Water Ambient Toxics Monitoring Program Board by former House Speaker Eves in 2015.

Devin recently retired as a commander from the U.S. Naval Reserves. As a blue and gold officer in the U.S. Naval Academy’s admissions department, he advises and mentors local students on applying to the Naval Academy as well as other service academies, including Maine Maritime. The American Legion, Department of Maine, has named Devin one of its Legislators of the Year for the past three years. Devin is a founder and co-chair of the Legislature’s Veterans Caucus.

Devin has been previously active in both youth and young adult baseball in the Midcoast.

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Rep. Devin is a member of the Joint Standing Committee on Environment and Natural Resources and a member of Marine Resources.

Brief description of the subject matter handled by the committee: Department of Environment and Natural Resources Air and water quality; natural resource protection; site location of development laws, shoreland zoning, subdivisions and growth management; management and disposal of solid, hazardous, biomedical and special wastes; hydropower and dams; waste-to-energy facilities; mining; general environmental policy, including oversight of the Department of Environmental Protection; and returnable containers.

Brief description of the subject matter handled by the committee: Department of Marine Resources; commercial marine fisheries management, licensing and enforcement; marine fish species; diadromous fish, mollusks; crustaceans; seaweed; sea urchins; sea cucumbers; processing and sale of marine fish and shellfish; and aquaculture.

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1 Hillcrest Road
Newcastle, ME 04553
Home tel: (207) 975-3132

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