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Town Board has no jurisdiction in construction blasting dispute

6:40 AM, Aug. 31, 2013
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The Egg Harbor Town Board this month determined it has no jurisdiction over explosives used to blast a foundation for new construction along Monument Bluff Pass in the town.

A couple who own a home and guest house on nearby Birch Lane, Pat and Mike Healy, complained in writing to the Town Board after blasting occurred near their home beginning in late June.

Town Chairman Paul Peterson said the use of explosives is regulated at the state level, noting the excavation work was apparently in compliance with Wisconsin law. The town can't legally adopt any blasting regulations more stringent than ...

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