PARTNERS IN THE NEWS
James (Jamie) Belleau of Trafton Matzen Belleau & Frenette successfully represented a property owner who purchased land in the coastal town of Southport, Maine in 2006 for purposes of subdividing ocean front property. Attorney Belleau’s client received a deed from the seller conveying a ten foot wide right of way on a neighboring property. The neighboring property owner argued that the ten foot wide right of way was limited to a pedestrian walk way. Attorney Belleau’s client claimed it had a right to use the right of way to access the property it purchased including the right to use the right of way to access the property by car.
Lewiston-Auburn Sun Journal | Tuesday, August 4, 2015
Selectmen met for an hour in executive session with town attorney Jamie Belleau to discuss junkyard issues.
After the executive session, selectmen discussed the situations with the two property owners, Thomas Heikkinen and Carlton Enos, who were asked to attend the meeting.
Code Enforcement Officer Roger Williams showed the selectmen photographs taken several years ago and photographs taken recently. The selectmen deemed that the photographs showed progress was too slow, and gave the owners definite dates to complete the work or face legal action.
Lewiston-Auburn Sun Journal – Monday, March 2, 2015
Partner Jamie Belleau is head coach of the Lewiston Blue Devils varsity boys hockey team and was the subject of an ongoing column by Kathryn Skelton about “People You Know” in the L-A Community.
“The Lewiston School Department, Lewiston High School, does a lot of things right,” Belleau said. “Lewiston kids are great kids. Excellent teachers, coaches and I really like being a part of that.”
Bangor Daily News – Monday, February 9, 2015
Richard L. Trafton is chairman of the board for Maine Winter Sports Center and was quoted in the linked article regarding a large contribution made to the world-class outdoor sports program in northern Maine.
“The endowment campaign will engage the help of individuals and organizations that share the MWSC’s commitment to a healthier Maine and to the effective stewardship of our remarkable natural resources, which serve as the classroom for MWSC’s programming,” said Dick Trafton, chairman of the center’s board, in a prepared statement.
Lewiston Sun Journal – Business – Friday, January, 2, 2015
On Jan. 1, the established Auburn law firm of Trafton & Matzen, 10 Minot Ave., added James “Jamie” Belleau and Marc Frenette as partners to the respected general legal practice, now known as Trafton, Matzen, Belleau & Frenette, LLP. Belleau, an effective trial lawyer, adds extensive experience in civil litigation and municipal law; Frenette will focus his practice on business law and civil litigation. Attorneys, from left, Marc Frenette and Jamie Belleau join Kelly Matzen and Richard Trafton.