Representative Erin D. Herbig
Representative Erin Herbig is serving her third term in the Maine House of Representatives.
A Maine native, Rep. Herbig graduated from Belfast Area High School in 1999. She earned a Bachelor’s degree in English from Boston College in 2003.
Professionally, Rep. Herbig works as the Outreach Coordinator for Maine Farmland Trust. She serves on the board of the Belfast Area Chamber of Commerce, Waterfall Arts, Our Town Belfast, and the Maine Coast Economic Alliance.
Erin lives in Belfast and is a proud member of the Belfast Curling Club.
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Rep. Herbig previously served as House chair of the Labor, Commerce, Research, and Economic Development Committee for the 126th Legislature.
Brief description of the subject matter handled by the committee: Department of Labor; wage and hour laws; working conditions, including health and safety; workforce development; unemployment compensation; workers' compensation; labor relations; collective bargaining; Workers’ Compensation Board; Maine Labor Relations Board; business regulation, including automobile and fuel sales; professional and occupational licensing; retail pricing; franchising; advertising; credit law (business related); consumer protection; Maine State Housing Authority; affordable housing; homelessness; Finance Authority of Maine (FAME); economic planning and development agencies; venture capital and trade programs; opportunity zones; import competition; product marketing; research and development; technology commercialization; technology transfers; tourism; and defense facility conversion.
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PO Box 1015
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