November 19, 2017
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LURC Reform Commission meeting in Greenville

The Associated Press

GREENVILLE, Maine — A 13-member panel studying reforms to Maine’s Land Use Regulation Commission will hold a public meeting in Greenville.

The LURC Reform Commission holds a work session on Thursday at the American Legion Hall in Greenville.

The study panel was established by the Legislature earlier this year following proposals to abolish or reform LURC, which regulates development in Maine’s Unorganized Territory.

Thursday’s meeting includes a daylong work session followed by a public comment session.

The panel so far has held four meetings. It must complete its work by Dec. 15 and submit its final report and recommendations no later than Jan. 4.

 


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