Allegations that barking at a dog park pollutes the air may be insufficient to allege destruction of the public's trust in the natural resources of the state, to state a cause of action under the Connecticut Environmental Protection Act, Connecticut General Statutes §22a-16.
Yario v. Town of South Windsor
February 16, 2012
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