When the new year comes around many want to make a resolution. Some of the top priorities include, going to the gym, saving money, and to quit smoking. Maine officials say that they are experiencing a sharp incline in the number of people that are seeking help to quit smoking. The Maine Center for Tobacco Independence begins the busiest time of year for the state’s Tobacco HelpLine, which offers personal coaching and other services to help people quit.The line, which can be reached at 1-800-207-1230, receives about 8,000 calls a year. Maine health officials say that makes it one of the top quit-smoking help lines in the country.