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Proposed Campground Goes Before Maine Town Planning Board

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Tuesday night will see the Tremont Planning Board meet again to discuss plans for a campground, a report said.

Although the Acadia Wilderness Lodge could offer many places to stay in its entirety, it is being challenged by some residents.

Tremont residents Edwin Davis, and Lisbeth Faulkner have concerns about Acadia Wilderness Lodge.

They have a variety of issues, from noise to available infrastructure and resources, such as emergency response and water and sewerage.

Kenya Hopkins and her husband are the owners of Acadia Wilderness Lodge.

They made several changes to their proposal after a series of neighborhood meetings. This included a reduction of campground sites from 154-55 and the elimination of all RVs.

Hopkins said they are working with good faith and hope that they can earn support from not only the planning board but also from people like Davis and Faulkner.

Tremont Board of Selectmen met Monday night to agree to allow voters to weigh in on the issue in November.

A moratorium ordinance will be included in the ballot regarding the development of new campgrounds.

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