As Inflation Undercuts State ‘Right to Farm’ Law, Preston Expands Farm Tax Exemption

Lynwood Crary shows a map of the 15 dairy farms that were in Preston in 1984 to a town meeting on Thursday night. Just two are still active today, he said. (CT Examiner)


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PRESTON – At Town Meeting, local officials and farmers discussed at an expansion of the existing tax exemption for farm equipment and a symbolic local "Right to Farm" law. Both were passed by a show ...

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