Waterfront Park Revision Sent Back to Planning Board

November 1, 2021 Media Mentions
The Boothbay Register

On Saturday, October 30, 2021, The Boothbay Register released “Waterfront Park Revision Sent Back to Planning Board,” an article discussing The Boothbay Harbor board of appeals decision to bounce a site plan revision on a waterfront park. Verrill attorney Scott Anderson, who is representing the homeowners who appealed the project, was asked to comment on the situation at hand. Scott states “What was initially a park now seems like a park, two apartments, a grocery store, there were some discussions … about a restaurant. The marina use is appropriate given the location, but I'm concerned about the way your ordinance is structured. You need to have a certain amount of lot space because there are certain requirements for … each use.”

Read the full article on The Boothbay Register’s website.