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Answered 3 weeks ago by Patrick Johnson
Any lawyer in civil litigation or real property.
Answered 3 months ago by Randall S. Schipper
If the ditches drained a wetland, yes, it can. I am handling a matter right now in which the DEQ ordered the backfilling of a ditch for that reason.
Answered 3 months ago by William W. Abbott
You need to consult with the planning department to determine the minimum lot size and other development standards.
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