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Until Congress opens the door to more H-2B foreign workers, those businesses are finding ways to attract locals onto the payroll. The wheels are rolling at the Bar Harbor Bicycle Shop. Proprietor Joe Minutolo oversees general maintenance on the dozens of bikes he will rent later this summer. The shop is open year-round, but during past peak summer seasons, Minutolo says he has relied on foreign workers under the federal H-2B program. “Because of the new situation that’s going on with these visaed workers, I think it’s going to create some holes for us,” he says. The situation is that the pool of seasonal visa workers who normally provide a reliable labor force for Bar Harbor’s tourism industry dried up in March, when the federal H-2B program reached its limit of 33,000 for the current fiscal year. Many of those slots were filled in southern states. Additionally, as of this year, returning workers are now counted toward the cap. “There are people who have come here year after year after year and worked in the same restaurants as cooks, as waiters, as whatever is needed, and they’re like family. And now for the first time, it’s uncertain that they’ll be able to come back,” says Bar Harbor Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Martha Searchfield.
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