UPDATED: FMC natural gas project goes to planning board; CMCA comes back to board Jan. 21
Rockland — FMC Corporation has submitted a site plan review application to construct a pad and associated equipment for off-loading compressed natural gas on Lime Street, according to city documents.
The project will go before the city planning board during a meeting Tuesday, Jan. 7, at 5:15 p.m. in the Rockland City Hall Council Chambers.
The project is planned for 19 Lime St. on the waterfront in Rockland.
The board will also have a pre-application meeting with Robert and Trudie Young, who have proposed a 15-unit cluster development subdivision of single-family detached houses at 194 Maverick St.
The Center for Maine Contemporary Art center proposed for Winter Street will come back to the planning board Jan. 21 for a continuation of its pre-application meeting.
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Daniel Dunkle is editor of The Courier-Gazette and news director for Courier Publications. He lives in Rockland with his wife, Christine, who also works for Courier Publications, and two children.
Dunkle has previously served as editor of The Republican Journal in Belfast. He has worked as a reporter and photographer in the Midcoast since 1998.
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