The Maine Land Use Regulation Commission last Thursday denied a development perm
The Maine Land Use Regulation Commission last Thursday denied a development permit to Armand and Kathleen Madore, who had proposed a juvenile residential facility on a 32-acre parcel on Mooselookmeguntic Lake south of Oquossoc village. LURC agreed that the proposed Western Maine Academy wasn't a permitted use in the area. The Madores operate Roy House in Dixfield, a special-purpose group home and day treatment facility for six children. The proposed 18,800-square-foot facility would treat, care and school up to 24 children with emotional and behavioral disorders. Details.
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Austin, Phyllis, "The Maine Land Use Regulation Commission last Thursday denied a development perm" (1997). Maine News Index – Maine Times. 2566.
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