"City" piece on Elizabeth Noyce, who has proposed a parking garage for Cumberlan
"City" piece on Elizabeth Noyce, who has proposed a parking garage for Cumberland Avenue in Portland. The Portland Planning Board said the planned garage must be revised to comply with city codes, at an estimated cost of $40,000. Planning board members had worked hard to speed the Noyce project, but Noyce spokesman Owen Wells charged that the Planning Board was creating problems, and that others were not pleased with the city's planning. City Manager Robert B. Ganley and members of the Portland City Council indicated that the city might have to revamp the planning process to be more welcoming to investors. Related editorial.
Parking garages -- Portland, Portland -- Planning Board
Conaway, Laura, ""City" piece on Elizabeth Noyce, who has proposed a parking garage for Cumberlan" (1996). Maine News Index – Casco Bay Weekly. 1379.
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