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INDEPENDENCE — A draft of an ordinance that would regulate low-flying aircraft over any land in the Town of Independence was presented to town council Jan. 8.
The town is considering the ordinance as an alternative to banning the aerial spraying of pesticides, which has raised some health concerns.
Town Attorney Roger Brooks said he is continuing to pursue information from the Pesticide Control Board to determine the legality of the ordinance.
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