The Gorham Times, Gorham, Maine's Community Newspaper

Maine Coast Kitchen’s request to construct a 7,150 sq. ft. condoplex including parking, access ways, sidewalks and landscaping on Little Wing Lane off New Portland Road was approved with findings of act and conditions of approval.

The Planning Board recommended the Town Council approve a new section to the Land Use and Development Code to rezone a portion of property on Lower Main St. from Industrial District to Agricultural/Industrial.

The Planning Board recommended that the Town Council amend the definition of day care homes and day care centers to include adult day care.

The Board approved with findings of fact a proposal by National Attachments for new commercial development at 29 Olde Canal Way in Olde Canal Business Park.

Marissa Ritz and Meghann Carasco’s proposal for a day care “Seedlings to Sunflowers” on lot 1 of South Gorham Crossing off County Road was discussed and tabled to the October meeting.

National Attachments’ request for approval of a second subdivision amendment to Olde Canal Business Park Subdivision to revise the amount of wetland impacts was approved with findings of fact and conditions of approval.

W.A. One’s request for a nine lot subdivision on 41.5 acres located off Gordon Farms Road was given preliminary approval with findings of fact and as amended by the Planning Board.

LBMP, LLC’s proposal for a five lot subdivision, Douglas Brook, on 10.7 acres along Spiller Road was given preliminary approval with findings of fact and conditions of approval as amended by the Planning Board.

An amendment to prohibit Retail Marijuana Establishments including retail marijuana stores, retail marijuana cultivation facilities, retail marijuana products, manufacturing and testing facilities and social clubs was discussed and referred to the ordinance committee for review and recommendations.

Normand Berube Builders’ proposal for a nine lot residential subdivision on 19.16 acres between Rt. 25 and Brown Road was discussed.

Design Dwellings, Inc’s. proposal for a 14 lot residential subdivision, Douglas Subdivision, on 33.99 acres off Rt. 114 was discussed.