Mervin Roberts Reflects on Decades of Opposition to Sewers for Southeast Connecticut

Mervin Roberts in his workshop, fixing an antique door lock, July 10, 2017. (Courtesy of Mervin Roberts)


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OLD LYME -- For more than 25 years, Mervin Roberts has been urging citizens as well as local and state officials to avoid sewers along southeastern Connecticut’s rivers and shoreline. 


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