Maine Senator Paul Davis, Sr., has assumed a new post in keeping with his sportsman interests. On July 1, Davis began his term as...

Maine Senator Paul Davis, Sr., has assumed a new post in keeping with his sportsman interests. On July 1, Davis began his term as the new executive vice-president of the Maine Snowmobile Association. He was elected to the post at the organization’s annual meeting in April, according to MSA Executive Director Bob Meyers. Senator Davis has served eight years in the State Senate, the last four as Republican leader. His term will expire with the seating of a new Legislature in December 2006.

Senator Davis has been an advocate for snowmobilers on many issues before the Legislature during his term in office. As sponsor of the recently enacted law eliminating the personal property tax being levied on snowmobile clubs grooming equipment, Davis has demonstrated his commitment to the snowmobiling community. “It’s about time trail-grooming equipment is exempt from property tax,” Davis said. “It is an honor to have promoted the MSA’s interests during my term as senator, and it will be even more of an honor to represent the group in this new capacity.”

Source: Magic City Morning Star

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