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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