With the help of a 200-page report called "Green Spaces, Blue Edges," Portland c
With the help of a 200-page report called "Green Spaces, Blue Edges," Portland city officials are trying to decide what projects they want to support to preserve more open space in the city. The report is a plan for preserving open space, providing more recreational outlets and preserving the environment. It lists a multitude of things the city should do over the next 20 years and contains a history of each of the city's neighborhoods and details the evolution of public space in Portland. With a brief description of a pilot project for each of the city's neighborhoods, a list of people who developed the report, and a related article about Councilman Charles W. Harlow's dream for a park in North Deering.
Neighborhoods, Open spaces -- Portland, Portland
"With the help of a 200-page report called "Green Spaces, Blue Edges," Portland c" (1994). Maine News Index – Portland Press Herald. 12190.
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