As governor, Moody would keep hold of rapidly growing business interests
Republican gubernatorial hopeful Shawn Moody keeps an eye on the governor’s mansion from one-tenth of a mile away, on a plot of land where his ascendant business and political life mix.
Next to the capital’s high-crash Memorial Circle roundabout, Moody owns plots of land that house a campaign office and the Augusta location of his auto body repair business, Moody’s Collision Centers.
If elected, Moody said he does not see a reason to sell off any of his increasingly valuable company shares or the underlying real estate, worth roughly $44.7 million to him and his wife, according to a Bangor Daily News review of public company and property records.
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