Kingfish Maine expected to draw crowds to next Jonesport meeting

by Nancy Beal

The expectation of a large crowd has prompted the Jonesport planning board to move its regular monthly meeting from the town office to the high school gym. The larger-than-usual audience, Chairman Frank Smith told selectmen last week, is expected to be made up of area residents concerned about an application from Kingfish Maine, a Dutch-owned company that, starting in November 2019, has proposed to build a $100 million dollar land-based fish farm on the property known as Dun Garvin north of Greenwood Cemetery on Chandler Bay.

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