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Maine Town Approves Campground Moratorium

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The voters of Tremont (Maine) on November 2 approved a moratorium that gives an additional six months to halt the process of reviewing campground applications, a report said.

More than half of Tremont’s voters decided, with 428 voters voting for the moratorium and 215 casting a vote against.

The moratorium will suspend any applications in the process as of August 2. However, at this point, there aren’t any applications. The night before, the Planning Board approved the 55-site Acadia Wilderness Lodge following three meetings lasting 15 hours to consider the application.

In the coming six months, the Planning Board will work on amendments to the land-use ordinance to better address campground applications.

The moratorium can be extended for another 180 days through a decision by the Select Board after the initial 180-day ends.

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