Saturday, April 19, 2014
Portland’s city attorney will seek a delay as a federal appeals court in Boston weighs a similar case from Worcester, Mass.
Its plan to build a museum and new rail line in Gray and move by 2016 will advance Friday when it receives a key deed to land.
The Maine Supreme Judicial Court is weighing the legality of a referendum effort to reverse the sale of Congress Square Plaza.
But a bid to eliminate a $30,000 grant for Florence House draws much of the councilors’ attention.
The bar’s attorney says it will appeal the 5-4 vote to the state liquor board. Police asked for Sangillo's to be shut down.
Mark Rees will earn just under $146,600 for the next year and continue to receive a $450 monthly automobile allowance.
The Maine DOT’s plan to allow cargo to go from ships to trains is tied up in eminent domain bargaining that the shoreland owner calls ‘painful.’