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By The Associated Press

AUGUSTA, Maine — The future of parks and public lands in the western mountains region of Maine will be the topic of an open meeting before the state Bureau of Parks and Lands.

The public is invited Monday evening to comment on a management plan that will guide the bureau’s management of state parks and public lands for the next 15 years in the region, which includes the Rangeley Lakes area and the rugged, mountainous Mahoosuc region

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