The Maine Land Use Regulation Commission last month voted 4-3 against a proposed
The Maine Land Use Regulation Commission last month voted 4-3 against a proposed zoning policy encouraging the state to ban development in large areas of the north woods. Environmentalists voiced concern over the vote, which one land use consultant speculated was a result of LURC deciding it had gone far enough in imposing regulations on landowners. Jim St. Pierre of Restore: The North Woods expects the decision to increase support for a proposed 3.2 million-acre woods preserve and national park. The Natural Resources Council of Maine criticized LURC for failing to look out for the public interest. Details.
Land use, Maine Land Use Regulation Commission
Austin, Phyllis, "The Maine Land Use Regulation Commission last month voted 4-3 against a proposed" (1997). Maine News Index – Maine Times. 2155.
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