Maine LD 915: An Act To Facilitate Long-range Planning in Certain Municipalities

LD 915 (subjects: ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT , PLANNING )

Official bill page at mainelegislature.org: http://www.mainelegislature.org/legis/bills/display_ps.asp?ld=915&PID=1456&snum=127


Sponsors | Actions | Bill Text | Patterns of Support


Sponsors

Principal Sponsor: Rep. Stephen Stanley of Medway: (D – District 143) — e-mail

0 Cosponsors:

Actions

Chamber

Action
3/12/2015 House Committee on State and Local Government suggested and ordered printed.
The Bill was REFERRED to the Committee on STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT.
Sent for concurrence. ORDERED SENT FORTHWITH.
3/12/2015 Senate On motion by Senator Willette of Aroostook, REFERRED to the Committee on State and Local Government, in concurrence.
4/29/2015 Senate Pursuant to Joint Rule 310.3 Placed in Legislative Files (DEAD)

Bill Text

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An Act To Facilitate Long-range Planning in Certain Municipalities

CONCEPT DRAFT

SUMMARY

This bill is a concept draft pursuant to Joint Rule 208.

This bill proposes to enact measures designed to facilitate the ability of so-called “one-industry towns” to plan for, and recover from, the closure of that one industry. The measures proposed by the bill may include, but are not limited to:

1. The imposition of a fee on any ancillary commodity produced by the industry, such as hydropower produced by a mill, and remitting the amount of the fee to the town;

2. A requirement that municipalities that are reliant on a single industry develop, with representatives of the industry, a long-term plan for the industry and any ancillary commodity produced by the industry; and

3. A requirement that an industry provide municipal officials written notice of its plan to terminate its business at least 90 days prior to the intended termination.

Patterns of Support

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