Thursday, July 31, 2014
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A 2005 state law dedicating $10 million annually to a program intended to save farmland from development is being ignored.

In the current state capital budget, the Farmland Preservation Program received just $2 million. In the budget it replaced, $6 million was earmarked for the initiative.

To see the issue discussed in a brief video (under two minutes in length), click here.
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