Keep All Wheels Off Road Open!

Tim Hodge
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Please show your support for Don and All Wheel's Off Road by signing this petition! Please add the city you are from and state in the comment section so we can show the city of Lewiston that working with AWOR would benefit them more than working against, financially, with the visitors they attract. Donate to their fund here...http://www.gofundme.com/anyns0


Your property at 50 Old Farm Road is located in the rural agricultural district (RA) and in the low density residential district (LDR). The residential use of this property has been permitted; however, you have without permits stablished an off-road vehicle park, a campground and a weapons firing range. 'Campgrounds subject to a conditional use permit are allowed in the RA and LDR. Public or private facilities for non-intensive outdoor recreation are permitted in the RA subject to a conditional use permit. I note that
the definition for non-intensive outdoor recreationas contained in Appendix A, Article II, Section 2 of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Lewiston, hereinafter referred to as the Code does not specifically include off-road vehicle parks nor does it' include weapons firing ranges. '. I~
Therefore, in accordance with Appendix A, Article II, Section 2; Appendix A, Article V, Sections 1,2,4,5, 7, 8, 9 and 10; and, Appendix A, Article XI, Section 1,2, and 22(c) of the Code you are hereby. ordered to discontinue the above mentioned use of 50 Old Farm Road as an off-road vehicle park, campground and weapons firing range by not later than June 23, 2014.
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In the event that you do not comply with this order by June 23, 2014, this office may issue a citation pursuant to Chapter 50, Article II, and Section 50-36 thru 50-51 of the Code. Said citation shall require you to pay a penalty of one hundred and ten dollars ($110.00) and you will be reordered to comply with the Code. In the event that you do not comply with the first citation, additional citations may be issued. The second citation imposes a civil penalty of two hundred and fifteen ($215.00), the third is four hundred
and twenty-five dollars ($425.00), the fourth and subsequent citations are eight hundred and fifty dollars ($850.00), and penalties are cumulative.
In lieu of or in addition to the issuance of citations, this office may initiate a land use complaint pursuant to Rule 80-K of the Maine Rules of Civil Procedure and 30-A M.R.S. ยง 4452 et seq. as amended. A judgment from such a lawsuit in the City's favor will result in a court order that any violations be abated, the imposition of a fine of up to two thousand five hundred dollars ($2,500.00) per violation, per day, and the payment of court costs and the City'S legal fees.

  • Bill Covert
    Bill Covert United States, Dover
    Apr 01, 2017
    Apr 01, 2017
    Allow them to open up for 4x4's - it certainly does not hurt anyone... plus it brings money to the area. People will come, eat in restaurants and shop. Do the RIGHT thing - allow it!
  • Anonymous
    Anonymous
    Feb 27, 2016
    Feb 27, 2016
    Open the park
  • Anonymous
    Anonymous
    Dec 05, 2015
    Dec 05, 2015
    Dragons
  • Ed Rose
    Ed Rose United States, Odessa
    Sep 29, 2015
    Sep 29, 2015
    I'm moving to Maine from Texas. The concept of townships and come notices having control over the owners use and enjoyment of their land is foreign to me. Private property ownership is sacred. The fact that most land in Maine is encouraged to be public access is to be applauded. As long as there aren't meth labs and the participants respect the neighbors I see a tremendous overreaching of the town's authority. If an owner can genuine income off of his/her tract that should be encouraged not discouraged. Issuing permits and licenses is the government giving citizens permission to exercise their rights. One more secret, if a
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