Maine Attorney General Threatening to Sue North Carolina Company Over Historic Landmark 

The Maine attorney general’s office is threatening to sue a North Carolina company that was supposed to preserve a national historic landmark in Augusta.The AG claims the company breached agreements to protect the Kennebec Arsenal and says the property has been damaged by vandalism, thefts and weather.The property is considered the best surviving example of a 19th century military complex of its kind.Its granite structures date back to 1828 and were supposed to be upgraded for residential and commercial use.