Representative Roberta Beavers
Rep. Bobbi Beavers is serving her third term in the Legislature and serves on the Joint Standing Committee on Energy, Utilities and Technology. Rep Beavers bring her 40 years of professional experiences working in business, education, social services and the arts.
She was a founding member of the Seacoast Energy Initiative that was successful in securing a $500,000 federal energy efficiency block grant for 6 towns in southern York County in 2010. She was appointed to the initial South Berwick Energy Efficiency Advisory Committee in 2009, and helped obtain a $10,000 energy efficiency grant for the South Berwick municipality.
Bobbi lives in South Berwick with her husband, Floyd. They are the parents of 3 grown children and 3 teenage grandchildren.
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Rep. Beavers previously served on the Joint Standing Committee on Energy, Utilities and Technology.
Brief description of the subject matter handled by the committee: Energy policy, including energy resources, efficiency and conservation; insulation; electric industry, including supply, transmission and distribution; natural gas industry; telecommunications industry, including mobile, telephone, Internet, broadband and cable television services; E-9-1-1; water and sewer utilities, including district charters; Public Utilities Commission; Office of the Public Advocate; Governor’s Office of Independence and Security; and Efficiency Maine Trust.
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