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22 Cottage Road
PO Box 2414
So. Portland, ME 04116-2414
Phone: (207) 799-2226
Fax: (207) 767-6432
103 Water Street, Suite 202
PO Box 168
Hallowell, Maine 04347-0168
Phone: (207) 621-2623
Fax: (207) 621-49042
PO Box 853
York Harbor, Maine 03911
Phone: (207) 363-3541
Phone: (207) 363-3541
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Mark Eyerman

PDI President Mark Eyerman is well known throughout New England for his work with municipalities, private and nonprofit groups and state governments. He has an extensive background in community planning, demographic analysis, school enrollment forecasting, market research, focus groups and consumer research. He is a former President of the Northern New England Chapter of the American Planning Association and of the Maine Association of Planners and has received numerous professional awards.

Frank O'Hara

PDI Vice President Frank O'Hara specializes in strategic planning, community and economic development, labor policy, and public communication. Frank has worked as a planner and policy advisor at the local, regional and state levels. He was a speechwriter and special assistant for the Governor of Maine and has written an award-winning biweekly column for the Maine Times. Frank is a faculty member at the Muskie School of Public Policy at the University of Southern Maine and has published dozens of handbooks, studies, pamphlets, and strategic plans.

Charles Lawton

Chuck is senior economist at PDI. He specializes in economic policy, fiscal impact studies, smart growth and economic development studies. He has worked in private business, in state government and was a professor at the University of Maine at Farmington. He holds a Ph.D. degree from The Fletcher School at Tufts University and writes a weekly column on the Maine economy for the Maine Sunday Telegram.

Kevin Scribner

Kevin specializes in economic and fiscal impact analysis, capital improvement planning and demographic data collection and analysis. He has done impact studies for office parks, regional hospital expansion, and a proposed civic ice arena. Kevin has also worked on industry studies, housing needs and market assessments, inter-municipal cooperation programs, and a wide range of community planning projects. Prior to coming to PDI, Kevin worked for North County Council, a regional planning commission in northern New Hampshire. He holds a Masters of Science degree in Resource Administration and Management from the University of New Hampshire and is fluent in using modeling and statistical analysis programs such as SPSS, STATA, SAS, IMPLAN and REMI.

Tammy Grindle

Tammy is PDI's administrative assistant and office manager. She oversees project management, payables and receivables and keeps the office operating smoothly. She has worked at People Heritage Savings Bank in administrative support and database management as well as with St. Josephs College's Department of Information Systems as an Information Coordinator.

Antje Kablitz

Antje recently earned her Master of Science in Urban Planning, focusing on Neighborhood and Community Design, from the University of Arizona. Her prior work experience includes an internship with the Drachman Institute in Arizona, working on the development of alternative transportation streetscapes and neighborhood strategic planning. She focuses on the use of design and GIS to create visual representation for all forms of data and projects. Prior to coming to PDI, Antje worked as a planning consultant for the cities of Gardiner and Saco.

Jon Hillier

Jon works out of our Hallowell office, where he focuses on public policy and analysis. His previous work experience includes managing volunteer coordination for various political campaigns on both local and state levels. Prior to coming to PDI, Jon worked for Harper's Development, a real estate firm based in Winthrop Maine. He holds a Bachelors of Science degree in History with a minor in Political Science from the University of Maine at Orono.

Rebecca Wandell

Rebecca Wandell specializes in school enrollment forecasting, demographic analysis, and public policy research and analysis. Prior to coming to PDI, she worked as a collections representative/specialist with Atlantic Bank and with Konica Quality Photo. She earned her Master's degree in Public Policy and Management with a concentration in statistical analysis and financial management from the Muskie School of Public Service at the University of Southern Maine. In addition, she earned her Bachelor's Degree in Geology and Geography from the University of Maine at Farmington, and has a Certificate in Human Resource Management from the University of Southern Maine’s Center for Continuing Education.

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