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How a salamander raised a rights issue

Developer says opponents trespassed to gather evidence

By Jenifer B. McKim
Globe Staff / March 24, 2010

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It looked like a classic developer versus environmentalist dispute. Plans for a 112-house subdivision in this small central Massachusetts town came to an abrupt halt six years ago when a four-toed salamander — a species that at the time was protected under state law — was discovered on the property. (Full article: 844 words)

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