The Project for Supported Living, which serves people with developmental disabil
The Project for Supported Living, which serves people with developmental disabilities, opened a drop-in center at 116 Free Street in Portland on March 1. Portland's Downtown District and Marge Schmuckal, city zoning administrator, questioned whether the center conformed to local zoning regulations, and it was found it didn't conform to a 1991 regulation declaring Free Street a Pedestrian Activities District. The Portland Zoning Board of Appeals granted the center its appeal of Schmuckal's ruling last month.
Project for Supported Living, Zoning regulations -- Portland
Goodyear, Sarah, "The Project for Supported Living, which serves people with developmental disabil" (1996). Maine News Index – Casco Bay Weekly. 1260.
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