Representative Arthur C. Verow
Rep. Arthur “Archie” Verow is serving his second term in the Maine House of Representatives.
Verow is a retired Brewer city clerk and has served on the Brewer City Council. He also served as mayor for two terms. Archie is a past president and current member of the Kiwanis Club and serves on the board of directors of St. Xavier’s Home. He is a member of the “Other Maine Writers” group and has published several short works of fiction.
He serves on the steering committee for the City of Brewer’s bicentennial celebration and on the board of directors of the Brewer Historical Society. He values citizen participation and input in state and local government issues.
Verow and his wife, Fran, are parents to three children and have three grandchildren.
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Rep. Verow previously served on the Joint Standing Committee on Transportation for the 126th Legislature.
Brief description of the subject matter handled by the committee: Department of Transportation; Bureau of Motor Vehicles; motor vehicle registration and license plates; driver licenses; Maine Turnpike Authority; Highway Fund; transportation policy; aeronautics; highway and bridge construction and maintenance; highway safety; waterways; railroads; and motor vehicles and motor carriers.
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