PORTLAND — A wharf owner hoping to get permission from the city to build a waterfront hotel and other tourist-centered amenities met with the City Council Monday to discuss the likelihood of getting permission for such a project.
Last week's story about a hotel proposed on the Maine Wharf should have said the developer does not want to spend $300,000 to $400,000 without assurance the project will have a contract zone.
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My first "political memory," if you will, is of eavesdropping in the hallway as a child.»