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Saratoga Springs residents object to city plan changes

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Property-rights advocates lashed back Thursday against suggested changes to the city’s comprehensive plan, expressing concern that new rules would cost more money and infringe on their freedoms. About 50 people attended the new Comprehensive Plan Committee’s third public session, held at the Universal Preservation Hall. Many expressed concern that changes to the 2001 comprehensive plan, which serves as a mission statement for the city and provides guidelines for city zoning laws, would violate private property ...

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