Gravel from Bert Skinner's unpermited gravel pit in Belfast was used on MBNA's n
Gravel from Bert Skinner's unpermited gravel pit in Belfast was used on MBNA's new construction site on Route 3 in Belfast. Stumps removed from MBNA's first site in Belfast by Lamont Logging of Lincolnville were illegally dumpted on Roger Patten's land near the banks of the Little River, which serves as the backup water source for Belfast. MBNA posted a 25 mph speed limit sign in a 40-mph zone on Route 3 near the current construction site, without state permission. MBNA built a four-bedroom residence in a zone where residential construction is prohibited. Some observers wonder if MBNA is receiving preferential treatment from the city. Details.
Carpenter, Murray, "Gravel from Bert Skinner's unpermited gravel pit in Belfast was used on MBNA's n" (1997). Maine News Index – Maine Times. 2682.
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