Garfield man faces fine for violating federal wetland easement
A Garfield man was recently found guilty of constructing a road through a federally protected wetland on his own property.
Based on evidence presented during a two-day bench trial last August, Judge Leo I. Brisbois issued a written order on January 4 convicting James Bosek of one misdemeanor count of filling a wetland that was subject to a federal easement under the National Wildlife Refuge System Act.
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