CCT: Connecticut Environmental Protection Act

Connecticut Environmental Protection Act

Public Act 82-367 directs that the provisions of Sections 22a - 15 through 22a - 19, inclusive, of the Connecticut Environmental Protection Act, which permit legal recourse for the unreasonable destruction of the state's natural resources such as air, water, and soil, shall also be applicable to historic structures and landmarks. Structures and landmarks are defined as those properties that are listed or under consideration for listing as individual units on the National Register of Historic Places or which are a part of a district listed or under consideration for listing on said National Register and which have been determined by the State Historic Preservation Board to contribute to the historic significance of such district.

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