AUGUSTA (AP) — New sparring has broken out between critics of the Plum Creek development proposal for the Moosehead Lake region and the developer.
Representatives of Maine Audubon and the Natural Resources Council of Maine say the Plum Creek plan for 975 house lots and two resorts is too big and that the developer has ignored expressed concerns.
A Plum Creek spokesman, citing the ongoing regulatory review process, responded by saying now is not the time to suggest major changes.
The largest development plan ever put forward in Maine is before the Land Use Regulation Commission, which could make a decision by late summer or early fall.
The public comment period on the application closed last week.