5 edition of Hearing on public land use impact on small business found in the catalog.
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The planning board will also hold a public hearing about adding new uses and definitions to the land use ordinance for businesses that should be included but are not, according to Faunce. the Senate, Janu ,” American State Papers, 8, Public Lands 3: BIBLIOGRAPHIC ENTRY “Application of Maine for a Grant of Land for the Purpose of Education, Communicated to the Senate, Janu ” American State Papers, 8, Public Lands 3: Source: CMOS15, Congressional Serial Set.
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Pendley has a long history of advocating for selling off public lands, penning books with titles such as "War on the West: Government Tyranny on. The Land Use and Transportation Committee hearing this week was remarkable: For the first time ever, as far as I can remember, the Planning Department admitted that it has failed to consider racial and social equity in development decisions, and kind of, sort of began to move toward changing that approach.
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