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Leonard Lookner served as a committed member of the Mid-Coast Solid Waste Board of Directors who provided a profound historical perspective on our communities. He was a true steward of the environment and his contributions to our company were many. His vision for the future of waste handling and disposal was just that, a vision which he challenged us to imagine. It cannot be overstated that his experience, wisdom and humor were often a centerpiece of meetings he attended. His friendly banter about even the most mundane issues that need attention to keep the work moving forward, helped to get the “less fun stuff” accomplished. If we learned anything from Leonard, it is that you are better off to do things the right way, (especially if it

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