Legal professional pushes again on lawsuit to offer public full entry to Moody Seaside

A movement to revive full entry for the general public to Moody Seaside in Wells is dealing with pushback from an legal professional representing a home-owner.

The argument in that movement facilities across the intent of a 1640s legislation to guard public entry to all Maine seashores.

In 1989, a Maine Supreme Judicial Court docket ruling privatized a part of Moody Seaside based mostly on that 1647 Colonial legislation. Now, a bunch hoping to make the whole seashore public once more is utilizing that archaic legislation to attempt to overturn a part of that 1989 ruling.