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Byline: Rebekah Metzler
July 29--AUGUSTA -- After a departing Cabinet member said the governor didn't support reviving groundfishing in Portland, the city's mayor and Gov. Paul LePage met Thursday and smoothed the political waters. But they came up short on how to lure groundfishing boats back to Maine.
"I'm disappointed that we didn't get something more concrete coming out of the meeting," Mayor Nicholas Mavodones said after the 40-minute meeting. However, he said LePage assured him there was no ill will toward the city. "I'm confident, based on what the governor said, that he is going to work with the city of Portland on issues that are important to the city …