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COBBUM v. Town of Cromwell

... 7. That the Court finds that the Cromwell Zoning Code defines Agriculture in Section 2 thereof as follows: "The primary use of a tract of land for growing or production of field crops, livestock, and livestock products, including the harvesting, storage and primary processing of ...

Landau v. City of Indianapolis

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