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Reshaping The Way Towns Do Business

Municipal lawyers see shifts in zoning, regionalization efforts

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

Connecticut's municipal lawyers are feeling the pressure of the recession. It comes in the form of shrinking town budgets, pressure from residents to lower assessed property values, and less financial help from the state. The president of the Connecticut Association of Municipal Attorneys, John "Jack" Bradley of Rome McGuigan in Hartford, said members of his group are under pressure to "do more with less, and do it faster."

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