"News & Issues" piece on the controversial Allagash Wilderness Waterway manageme
"News & Issues" piece on the controversial Allagash Wilderness Waterway management plan supported by Tim Caverly, who has been supervisor of the waterway for 18 years. A bill inroduced by Rep. John Martin of Eagle Lake now seeks to oust Caverly, and another introduced by Rep. Matt Dunlap of Old Town seeks to change conservation measures revolving around John's Bridge, one of the six crossings over the waterway. Conservation Commissioner Ron Lovaglio said the department hadn't decided whether to support or oppose the Martin and Dunlap bills. With details of how sex discrimination charges against Caverly brought by Hilda Nadeau, a job applicant, and Kim Allen, a ranger, might be influencing those who could decide Caverly's future.
Allagash Wilderness Waterway, Caverly, Tim
Austin, Phyllis, ""News & Issues" piece on the controversial Allagash Wilderness Waterway manageme" (1999). Maine News Index – Maine Times. 3485.
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