Gov. John Baldacci last week chose Elizabeth Bordowitz to head up the Maine Finance Authority. Bordowitz has been the acting chief executive officer since October 2007.

“Beth Bordowitz brings twenty years of expertise to this agency, the last year and a half of which she has served as acting CEO,” Baldacci said in a statement. “Her leadership and skills have been instrumental during this very difficult global financial crisis.”

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