Gardiner Planning Board grapples with how to implement Natural Resources Inventory

As an excavator by trade, with many local clients, Gardiner Planning Board chair Paul Colucci occasionally finds himself in the position of having to cede leadership of a meeting to his vice-chair because he is under contract with the applicant for a permit for some development project. At the May 25 meeting, however, his recusal put him on the opposite side of the table from his board, as the actual applicant – and some sparks flew . . .


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