LEWISTON — A Massachusetts company with an site in Buckfield specializing in wireless telecommunications filed bankruptcy papers last week, according to court records.

Maine PCS LLC, filed Chapter 11 in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in the District of Maine in an effort to seek protection from creditors as it reorganizes.

The company owes between $1 million and $10 million to between 50 and 100 creditors, including many in Maine.

Among the unsecured creditors and amounts owed them, as listed in court papers, are:

• Oxford Networks of Lewiston, $194,238.79;

• Advantage Payroll Services of Auburn, $29,080.32;

• Steven Perry of Sumner, $26,500; and

• Curtis, Thaxter, Stevens, Broder & Micoleau LLC of Portland, $17,575.02.

The company has between $1 million and $10 million in assets, court papers said. It has hired attorney Benjamin Marcus at the Portland law firm of Drummond, Woodsum and MacMahon to represent the company.


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