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Lawsuit Over Maine Beach Access

April 26, 2021 Media Mentions
News Center Maine

News Center Maine ran a news story, "Group files lawsuit over Maine public beach access," discussing that a group is suing property owners for beach access. The story explains that "Maine's tidal coastline is 3,500 miles long, but only 1 percent of that is made up of publicly owned beaches. A new lawsuit aims to change how much access the public gets to the other 99 percent." Environmental attorney Gordon Smith who is representing at least one of the private land owners is quoted in the story.

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