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"Every tree is owned by somebody," Accardi reminded. "If you're going to collect wood on someone else's property — in their woodpile in their yard or in their woodlot or on an industrial forest tract — then you need written permission. You're not allowed to use a chainsaw on someone else's land without written permission; that's a liability to a landowner. The rules are clear, and they are strict."
UNH junior and English literature major Kelsey MacDonald was on her way to buy a bagel from Zeke's when she discovered an unidentified man watching pornography on a Dimond Library computer on Sunday,... 0