Maine would be a very different place if: Dickey-Lincoln Dam had been built; the
Maine would be a very different place if: Dickey-Lincoln Dam had been built; the Allagash Wilderness Waterway had not been created; the Pittston Company had built its oil refinery in Eastport; voters had not approved acquisition of the Bigelow Range; the Big A oil dam had been built; Maine's billboard laws had not been passed; the Sanford Oil refinery had been built; Maine hadn't passed the strictest shoreland protection laws and regulations in the country; Maine had never recovered its public lots; or the Maine Pesticide Control Board had never been funded. Details.
Allagash Wilderness Waterway, Billboards, Bigelow Mountain, Dams, Dickey Dam, Petroleum refineries, Pittston Company, Public lands, Zoning regulations Shoreland
Clark, Jeff, "Maine would be a very different place if: Dickey-Lincoln Dam had been built; the" (2001). Maine News Index - Down East Magazine. 1246.
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