As Town Reaches a Decision on Buttonball Open Space, New Earthen Berm Prompts Complaint

“I’m planting a few native trees to give my property some privacy from the change of use to a public dock space, which has been contentious,” Open Space member Amanda Blair told CT Examiner on Tuesday (CT Examiner)


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OLD LYME — The town has ordered the former head of the Open Space Commission to install hay bales and engage a soil scientist after she constructed a berm without a permit along the edge of her prope...

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