How Boothbay Harbor became ground zero in Maine's fight over working waterfront
When Maine Preservation on Wednesday released its annual list of the Most Endangered Historic Places in the state, Boothbay Harbor's working waterfront , the site of ongoing conflict over commercial development in recent years, was included. The historic preservation group's designation adds to the latest controversy, a polarizing rezoning proposal that would allow hotels, recreational marinas and housing in what for 30 years has been a Maritime Zone on the east side of the harbor.
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