- Associated Press - Tuesday, October 15, 2019

WATERVILLE, Maine (AP) - Colby College’s president is planning to present findings of an independent study about the economic impact of the college on the community and the state.

President David Greene is scheduled to unveil the report on Tuesday in Waterville, where Colby is located. The college says the study “highlights significant progress in supporting the success and growth of Waterville and Maine.”

Greene is expected to focus on how Colby has helped the area grow jobs and avoid decreasing population trends. Colby is a liberal arts college of about 2,000 students that was founded in 1813.

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Other people expected to speak at the event include Charlotte Mace, the director of the Maine Department of Economic and Community Development’s Office of Business Development.

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