Dunbarton egg farm denial brings lawsuit
“There was a lot of outpouring of objections from residents of ‘not in my backyard,’ and the Planning Board delayed it. Mr. Giovagnoli has provided engineering and EPA studies and documents from Pete and Gerry’s,” said Cronin. “The Planning Board said they would not do conditional approval, but they just approved a conditional project a few meetings before Mr. Giovagnoli’s last appearance before the Planning Board. At the end, as we determine, the use was allowed as a matter of right and all of the requested waivers were granted.”
“I can’t continue to repeat the same thing meeting after meeting. A meeting costs me $10,000,” Giovagnoli said in December. “Give me conditional approval and write down what is conditional and I’ll either accept it or not.”
“We are alleging that because the Planning Board did not grant approval, his opportunity to do business with Pete and Gerry’s was lost. They have gone elsewhere. The chickens have flown the coop,” Cronin said.
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