Representative James Dill
District #14

72 Sunset Drive, Old Town, ME 04468

About Rep. Dill

Rep. Jim Dill is serving in his second term in the Maine House of Representatives. Dill serves as the House chair of the Joint Standing Committee on Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry.

Dill’s professional career has focused on education and pest management. In addition to being a professor of biological sciences at the University of Maine Cooperative Extension, he is chair of the RSU 34 school board and chair of the board of directors of the United Technologies Center in Bangor.

Dill’s community involvement includes serving as a member of the Orono/Old Town Kiwanis as well as on its board of directors. Dill is the past chair of the Greater Old Town Communities That Care, a mentoring and substance abuse prevention program, and a member at-large on the River Coalition Advisory Board.

Dill earned a bachelor’s of science in biology and a master’s of science in entomology at the University of Maine and a doctorate in entomology at Purdue University.

Dill resides in Old Town with his wife, Jane, and has three grown children.