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Castine Zoning Public Hearing

Citizens exercise their right to free speech in Castine

Citizens exercise their right to free speech in Castine

Citizens exercise their right to free speech in Castine before a September 23 special town meeting on zoning changes.

Photo courtesy Julie Van der Graff

Sue MacDonald and Bob Friedlander listen at the public hearing on Castine's zoning

Sue MacDonald and Bob Friedlander listen at the public hearing on Castine's zoning

Sue MacDonald, Chairman of the now-disbanded Comprehensive Plan Implementaiton Committee, and Bob Friedlander, member of the planning board and chair of the now disbanded CPIC zoning subcommittee, listen at the selectmen’s September 16 meeting.

Photo by Anne Berleant

Douglas Wellington discusses Castine Zoning

Douglas Wellington discusses Castine Zoning

Planning board Chairman Douglas Wellington explained the warrant, article by article, at a September 12 public hearing.

Photo by Anne Berleant

Residents attend a public hearing on Castine's zoning

Residents attend a public hearing on Castine's zoning

A September 12 public hearing held by the planning board lasted two hours; many stayed to hear the board vote on whether to recommend each warrant article. Forefront, from left, are Gil Tenney, Brooke Tenney and Bill Sayre.

Photo by Anne Berleant

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Selectman David Unger discusses Castine's zoning

Selectman David Unger discusses Castine's zoning

The planning board “has a special role by ordinance,” said Selectman David Unger when selectmen signed a special town meeting warrant on September 16.

Photo by Anne Berleant