BATH — After no public comment – or attendance – during the Comprehensive Plan portion of Tuesday's Planning Board meeting, the plan will soon be sent to Augusta for state review.
BATH — The Planning Board plans to discuss public comments about the proposed Comprehensive Plan and the city's responses to those comments at its Tuesday, March 17, meeting.
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