Wherever used or referred to in this chapter, unless a different meaning clearly appears
from the context, the following words shall have the following meanings. [1979, c. 541, Pt. A, §114 (AMD).]
1995, c. 532, §4 (RP)
"Department" means the Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry.
1995, c. 532, §5 (NEW);
2011, c. 657, Pt. W, §5 (REV)
2.District or soil and water conservation district.
"District" or "soil and water conservation district" means an agency of the State,
and a body corporate and politic, organized in accordance with this chapter, for the
purposes, with the powers, and subject to the restrictions set forth.
1965, c. 190, §2 (AMD)
"Due notice" means notice published at least twice, with an interval of 6 days, in
a newspaper or other publication of general circulation within the appropriate area,
as well as notice through the United States mail, in the name of the district, directed
to all affected property owners as their names shall appear on the tax records, except
that in the event that land occupiers shall be domiciled in states or territories
other than the State of Maine, then such land occupiers shall be notified by registered
mail at their last known address. At any hearing held pursuant to such notice, adjournment
may be made from time to time without the necessity of renewing such notice for such
"Land occupier" or "occupier of land" includes any person, firm or corporation who
shall hold title to, or shall be in possession of, any lands lying within a district
organized under this chapter, whether as owner, lessee, renter, tenant or otherwise.
1983, c. 99, §1 (AMD)
"Supervisor" means one of the members of the governing body of a district, elected
or appointed in accordance with this chapter.
1969, c. 477, §1 (AMD)
1965, c. 190, §2 (AMD).
1969, c. 477, §1 (AMD).
1979, c. 541, §A114 (AMD).
1983, c. 99, §1 (AMD).
1995, c. 532, §§4,5 (AMD).
2011, c. 657, Pt. W, §5 (REV).
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