Representative Henry E. M. Beck
Rep. Henry Beck is serving his fourth term in the Maine House of Representatives, where he represents parts of Waterville and Oakland.
Beck also holds a degree from Colby College and a Certificate of Graduate Study in Health Policy and Management at the Muskie School of Public Service. He is also an American Legion and Sen. George J. Mitchell Scholar.
From 2006-2009, Beck served on the Waterville City Council. His primary work on the Council was dedicated to the support and revitalization of Waterville's North End.
Beck has experience with economic development and labor policy. In January 2007, he traveled to New Orleans to work on recovery and wage policies through a partnership with Catholic Charities.
Beck is now an attorney at the Waterville firm of Jabar, LaLiberty, and Dubord.
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Rep. Beck 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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