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York Selectmen to Appeal Toll Plaza Decision

September 25, 2017 Media Mentions

Scott Anderson's representation of the Town of York, Maine and a citizen group called Think Again is referenced in a SeaCoastOnline.com article entitled "York Selectmen to Appeal Toll Plaza Decision." The article discusses the decision made by the Town and citizen group to continue their legal opposition to a Maine Department of Environmental Protection order granting a permit for a new cash toll plaza in York. The Town and citizens contend that a cash free toll plaza would be the best alternative to mitigate environmental concerns about the project.

Read "York Selectmen to Appeal Toll Plaza Decision" on SeaCoastOnline.com.

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