Judge says Fitzwilliam officials can't regulate mining in their town

FITZWILLIAM — Will a Rindge businessman be allowed to reopen a long-dormant quarry in the heart of Fitzwilliam’s residential district? It’s possible, if state land use officials give him the OK. But town officials are barred from overseeing the project should it move forward, a Cheshire County Superior Court judge has ruled.


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