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The EPA warns of a dicamba drift

Most farmers know that the yields of any growing season are impacted by the vagaries of Mother Nature: too much rain, too little rain, excessive heat, unseasonably cold weather. This past summer, however, those growing soybeans and cotton saw their crops ruined by someone in close proximity: neighbors using the dicamba herbicide.

Local zoning dispute leads to appeal

Previously, we began looking at the topic of zoning, and specifically why it is important to work with an experienced attorney in navigating zoning matters. One good reason is that, as we mentioned last time, administration of zoning laws in Atlanta is handled by several different groups. Navigating the process is not necessarily an easy matter, particularly when one faces opposition in zoning matters.

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