Possible Congamond Fees A Concern For Blumenthal
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#1 Dec 1, 2008
The lake was raised in the early 1800's by about five feet. The flooded land is still part of Connecticut and belongs to the adjacent property owners, not by Mass. A Mass. court made that decision in the 1980's.
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