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This online service provides vehicle owners with the ability to purchase a duplicate Maine certificate of title for their vehicle when the original has been lost, misplaced, or damaged. If the certificate of title has a lien holder listed on it, the lien must first be released to use this service. The service is provided by a third party working in partnership with the State of Maine. The total amount of $46.00 that you pay includes funds to develop, maintain and enhance the State's official web portal, Maine.gov, and Maine.gov online services like this one.
TSA makes every effort to reunite passengers with items left behind at the airport checkpoint. Lost and found items retained by TSA for a minimum of thirty (30) days, and if not claimed, are either destroyed, turned over to a state agency for surplus property, or sold by TSA as excess property. The state may dispose of the items through sales, destruction, donations or charities. The state keeps any money from sales, not TSA. At a number of locations, lost and found items are turned over to the airport at the end of each day.
You will not be considered for compensation for any other crime-related costs, such as follow-up medical care, mental health care, or lost wages. You have three years from the date of the crime to request compensation for other crime-related costs.
If your settlement check was damaged or lost, but is not yet stale, you may request that a replacement check be mailed to you. To do so, please return your damaged check to us with a signed, written request asking that a replacement check be issued and mailed to you. If the check is stale, only the signed, written request is required and not the check. Please mail your check and request to the Settlement Administrator at the following address:
The Cross Insurance Arena is not responsible for any lost or stolen items. Guests should contact the nearest event staff regarding lost and found items. To check if an item has been turned in the main office is open M-F 9A - 3P. You can call 207.791.2200
METRO is not responsible for items left on vehicles and is unable to provide reimbursement for lost items. Lost METRO fare cards may be replaced at the METRO RideStore at 1900 Main St., only if the card was registered.
If your METRO fare card was registered, the METRO RideStore at 1900 Main St. can issue you a new METRO fare card and transfer your existing balance. Your lost METRO fare card will no longer function. To transfer any existing balance, you must have a valid government ID to prove ownership of the METRO fare card.
On November 27, 1898, the steamer Portland departed Boston for her scheduled run to Portland, Maine. She was never seen again. That evening a storm arose in the waters off New England. Before it abated the following day, hundreds of vessels and shore properties were damaged. The Portland was lost with no survivors, and that storm has come to be known as \"The Portland Gale.\" To this day it is not known exactly how many passengers were aboard or who they all were. The only passenger list was aboard the vessel. As a result of this tragedy, ships would thereafter leave a passenger manifest ashore. It is estimated that 190 died that evening, passengers and crew. But if the passengers cannot all be positively identified, what of the crew
The wage papers filed with the circuit court can be a valuable source of genealogical information about lost seamen. This account documents wages owed to Arthur Johnson. (Records of District Courts of the United States, RG 21)
For Ellen Johnston of Portland, Maine, the sinking of the vessel was doubly tragic. Both her husband, Arthur, and her sister, Mrs. Carrie E.M. Harris, were lost. Ellen filed a claim for her husband's wages on December 19, 1898. She stated that her husband had been born at Moose River, Annapolis County, Nova Scotia, on April 2, 1848. His parents were both deceased, and his survivors included three children, Archibald, Harriet, and Josephine. The 1900 census of Portland, Maine, showed Helen [sic] with her children and revealed that they were black, all born in Nova Scotia. 59ce067264