The town that wouldn't back down

Anderson, Cindy
June 1993
Yankee;Jun93, Vol. 57 Issue 6, p60
Discusses Ray Remillard's court battle to invalidate the zoning ordinance implemented in Chester, Massachusetts. Intention to build low-cost housing in the town; Discrimination against families in mobile homes who support Remillard; News coverage of the litigation; Ruling of New Hampshire Supreme Court in favor of Remillard.


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