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August 29, 2007


Bryan Maersch


Were the wetlands that are now fenced off on the Shoppes of Wyndham property fenced off and monitored by the DNR when the land was being used as farmland?

John Michlig

There is a fairly vast difference between impervious asphalt services (the kind that will/would replace wetlands at the Shoppes site) and farmland. The DNR has a different set of guidelines for farm usage.

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