Comments for: Old Town resident’s appeal to halt Juniper Ridge Landfill expansion denied

Posted July 19, 2012, at 4:02 p.m.
Last modified July 19, 2012, at 5:42 p.m.

AUGUSTA | The Maine Board of Environmental Protection on Thursday denied an Old Town resident’s attempt to halt or stall the proposed expansion of Juniper Ridge Landfill. During the board’s meeting, Old Town resident Ed Spencer made his case in opposition to the Department of Environmental Protection’s public benefit …

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  • Anonymous

    Just like Peters highway, It will never be used for anything but the mill..  Once pandoras box is open their is no end to it.
    I said a long time ago if these opponents were to put on a citizens ballot that were we not taking any  waste that originated from out of State the landfill would last 200 years… But the city of Old Town and town of Alton along with the State makes tons for tipping fees… They are againt their own people

  • Jo

    Great coverage by Mr. McCrea, I can only imagine how tedious this story must be to cover.   

    • Anonymous

      THEN YOU SHOULD MOVE NEAR THE LANDFILL AND SEE HOW IT IS.

  • Anonymous

    nutcase

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