Land Use and Environmental Mediation
Land Use and Environmental
The Maine Legislature has passed laws that allow private landowners to use mediation in land use disputes with governmental agencies and other entities In addition, the Legislature created a mechanism for private landowners to mediate with the owner of natural gas pipelines if property damage results from construction, maintenance or operation of a natural gas pipeline. Other kinds of environmental disputes may also be mediated.
- To find out more about mediation in land use, environmental and natural gas pipeline disputes, see the brochure, Land Use, Environmental and Natural Gas Pipeline Mediation (PDF). Note: This document requires Adobe Acrobat Reader to view or print
- To find mediators on the the Land Use/Environmental Mediation Roster, go to the Land Use/Environmental Mediation Roster
- To view the application form for Land Use/Environmental mediation, go to the Application for Land Use and Natural Gas Pipeline Mediation.