The Maine Land Use Regulation Commission's public image was damaged during a lon
The Maine Land Use Regulation Commission's public image was damaged during a long-running controversy over Kenetech Windpower's proposal for a windpower project in the Boundary Mountains. LURC's staff is still reeling from what it sees as unprecedented involvement in LURC's business by Maine Department of Conservation Commissioner Ronald Lovaglio. LURC board member Jim Shelburne resigned over Lovaglio's handling of the Kenetech affair, and two more board members are set to depart. The troubles at the embattled agency mirror the larger debate on the Maine woods. Details, interview with LURC Chairman Charles O'Brien, profiles of seven-member LURC board.
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Austin, Phyllis, "The Maine Land Use Regulation Commission's public image was damaged during a lon" (1995). Maine News Index – Maine Times. 1345.