Thu Jul 29, 2021

Editorial: Antioch Farm plan is a sign of things to come

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For generations, residents in rural areas generally conceded that private landowners had the right to do whatever they wanted with their property. 

That began to change with the onset of intensive livestock operations, where odors and sprayfield runoff affected nearby homes.

Another change is on the horizon — residential growth – and

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