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New Hampshire governor tours Gorham Paper and Tissue mill as new PM nears target of 105 tons/day

By Wed, Dec 12, 2012

GORHAM, NH, Dec. 12, 2012 (Local News) -Rolls of paper were spinning off the machines at the Gorham Paper and Tissue mill on Tuesday, as Gov. John Lynch visited the factory for what was likely his last time as governor.

It was his first time seeing the new tissue machine in action. In July, the governor toured the mill, including the new addition that houses the machine, which at the time was incomplete. The tissue machine, all its parts and housing, was a $35 million project.

It's a key investment in the North Country's only paper mill, one which could keep the mill competitive.

Union Leader - Governor gets warm welcome at Gorham Paper and Tissue

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