As the U.S. has progressively tightened its border security, residents on U.S. C
As the U.S. has progressively tightened its border security, residents on U.S. Campobello Island and other parts of the Maine-New Brunswick border question policies that ignore local circumstances. Adjustments are particularly difficult on Campobello, where visiting a Canadian bank or office requires passing through customs at Lubec, driving an hour, and then waiting to cross the St. Croix at Calais. In Forest City, a tiny cross-border hamlet, the bridge connecting the two sides of the village is closed each afternoon and on Sundays, necessitating a 50-mile detour. Elsewhere, fishing guides and youth canoe trips can no longer crisscross between remote campsites.
Border patrols, Lubec
Woodard, Colin, "As the U.S. has progressively tightened its border security, residents on U.S. C" (2010). Maine News Index - Island Journal. 423.