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A deer hunt compromise reducing the number of properties hunted in any year from 15 or so to five has been reached by the Conservation Commission and the Deer Committee.
The “plan for the future of the deer hunt in Ridgefield” agreement is outlined in a letter to the selectmen that is co-signed by Deer Committee head Stefano Zandri and Conservation Commission Chairman James Coyle. It says the plan was produced through discussion among “several members of the Conservation Commission and the Deer Committee” and was later “presented to the full membership of the Conservation Commission and Deer Committee and was approved by each.”