Maine

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News Releases for Maine

FEDERAL AGENCIES FLYING BLIND IN CAPE WIND APPROVALS

Internal E-Mails Admit Huge Data Gaps, Inability to Monitor and Pursue Mitigation

MAINE’S SEARS ISLAND PORT PLAN SLAMMED

Wetland Mitigation Bank Falls Flat as Gambit for Cargo Container Port

MAINE SEEKS PRE-APPROVAL FOR WETLANDS DESTRUCTION

Maine DOT “Umbrella Mitigation Bank” Tries to Exploit Weakened Federal Policies

EAST COAST’S LARGEST UNDEVELOPED ISLAND SLATED FOR CARGO PORT

Development Scheme for Maine’s Sears Island Resurfaces Again after 12 Years

MAINE SENATOR MAKES A HABIT OF BULLDOZING

John Martin Has Long History of Self-Dealing on Allagash Wilderness Waterway

ATV TRAIL MASTER CHARGED WITH ILLEGAL LOGGING

More Than 150 Trees Cut; Trial Date Set for January

LURC COMMISSIONER'S VIOLATIONS REMAIN UNRESOLVED

Nadeau Has Outstanding Fine; Attorney General Investigation Called For

LAND USE VIOLATIONS BY LURC COMMISSIONER STILL OPEN

Public Employee Group Calls On Governor to Relieve Nadeau

NEW LURC COMMISSIONER HAS HISTORY OF VIOLATIONS

Denies Responsibility for Violations on His Watch

LURC EMPLOYEE RESIGNS IN PROTEST

Managers, Staffing Cuts Blamed for Steering Land Agency Off Course

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