Rep. Nate Carlow
Proudly Serving House District 16:
Hollis, Buxton & Saco (part)
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Representative Nate Carlow is serving in his first term as a member of Maine’s House of Representatives.
Nathan Carlow is a lifelong Mainer, and he is a graduate of Bonny Eagle High School in Standish, Maine. When he was a senior in high school, Nathan ran against an incumbent for the Maine School Administrative District 6 Board of Directors, and was subsequently elected by nearly 10 percent of the vote. Nathan is serving his second term on the Board, and is the only member that serves on all three of the Board’s standing committees.
In addition to his regular committee work, Nathan serves on two District-wide committees; the Budget Advisory Committee (on which we presides as Facilitator) and the Strategic Planning Committee, which oversees the development of the District’s strategic plan. Nathan is also the mentor of the student representatives to the Board, and he believes that their perspective is incredibly valuable.
As a member of the Board, Nathan has developed a reputation for being skilled and effective. He cares deeply about our schools, and the lifelong success of students has always been his top priority. In addition to his service on the M.S.A.D. 6 Board, Nathan has been an active member of his community in other ways. In 2017, the Buxton Board of Selectmen appointed Nathan to serve on the Charter Review Commission, and in this role, he championed an effort that increased accountability of town officials. Nathan is serving his second term as the Chairman of Buxton Republicans, and is also a member of the York County Republican Committee.
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The EUT Committee reviews legislation pertaining to energy policy, including energy resources, wind energy development, biomass energy, hydropower, solar energy; efficiency and conservation; electric industry, including supply, transmission and distribution; natural gas industry; tele- communications industry, including 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 Energy Office; ConnectME Authority; and Efficiency Maine Trust.
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