Licensing, permitting, municipal growth management and zoning, subdivision law, enforcement of land use regulations, easements, wind energy, and shoreland zoning—these are just a few of the statutory and administrative topics covered in A Practical Guide to Land Use in Maine. An expert cadre of fifteen of Maine's land use law practitioners present a comprehensive and practical treatment of topics surrounding protection, use, and regulation impacting every hectare of Maine's diverse geography—its mountains, forests, agricultural lands, municipalities, public and private lands, water bodies, and its coastline. Judicial review, remedies and enforcement, state agency appeals, takings, the role of the state's land use planning commission, and many state and federal statutes are referenced and explained in this essential practice guide.
Thank you for choosing to keep your copy of A Practical Guide to Land Use in Maine up to date with this supplement for 2018. Inside, you will find many new discussions, analyses, and cites on topics including, but not limited to, the following:
We at MCLE trust that you will be pleased with these updated chapters and find them valuable in your land use library and practice.
Maryanne G. Jensen, Esq., Director of Publications