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Open burning laws debated

Essex County Board of Supervisors

Essex County Board of Supervisors Photo by Keith Lobdell.

— Scozzafava replied that if you start to put a price on towns to dispose of brush, it will have a trickle down effect.

“You are going to have to start charging for people to come in and bring their brush, and you will have people burning on their own property and people from the village will be taking it to who knows where,” Scozzafava said.

County Manager Daniel Palmer said that the county had filed a resolution against the law when it was first being discussed by the DEC, and that the board should pass a resolution similar to the first to voice their continuing displeasure.

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