Criehaven, a 350-acre island near Matinicus, is home to Maine's only seasonal fi
Criehaven, a 350-acre island near Matinicus, is home to Maine's only seasonal fishing community. Ninety percent of the island is owned by Richard Krementz of New Jersey, and a dozen tiny lots, most with a workshop and a wharf, frame the harbor. Lobstermen Oscar Simpson and Arnold Kinney expanded their buildings without the required Land Use Regulation Commission permits, and applied to LURC for after-the-fact permits. LURC is now looking into the possibility of allowing the expansions by special exception. Details.
"Criehaven, a 350-acre island near Matinicus, is home to Maine's only seasonal fi" (1994). Maine News Index – Maine Times. 838.
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