Portland, Maine, gets $1.8M for community obesity projects

03/31/2010 | Portland Press Herald (Maine)

The federal government will give Portland, Maine, $500,000 for schools and $1.3 million for the city to help fight obesity. Plans include salad bars and kitchen equipment at schools, bike lanes and racks throughout the city, and a nutritionist position to analyze menus at local restaurants.

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