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.