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Connecticut Statute Authorizing Leasing of State-Owned Agricultural Land
This law authorizes Connecticut’s Commissioner of Agriculture to make available vacant land owned by the state for gardening and agricultural permits. Permits shall be for a maximum of 10 years. There will be no fee for gardening permits, whereas the fee for an agricultural permit will be set by the Commissioner and shall be awarded based on a competitive bidding process.
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Statutes and Ordinances
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State Laws
Agricultural Economic Development, Land Use Planning, Planning for Agriculture and Food Systems
Conn. Gen. Stat. § 22-6e (2013).

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