Baldacci toured the downtown, where fire destroyed five businesses and several apartments Sunday morning.
The Governor then met with town officials and representatives from state and federal agencies that may be able to assist the business owners affected by the fire.
Baldacci says he wants Milo residents to know they’ll have plenty of help with the rebuilding effort.
Town Manager Jeff Gahagan says there’s already a redevelopment plan in place.
It’ll be presented at a public hearing on September 29th.
As for the fire, officials from the State Fire Marshal’s Office say it was intentionally set.
It may be connected to a burglary at one of the businesses.
Officials say there is a ":person of interest,": but so far, no arrests.