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Lined up out the door waiting on the sidewalk in the cold to get in, filling town hall’s meeting room to capacity — standing room only — and overflowing into the smaller meeting room and the hallway, more than 160 people turned out to vote in Ridgefield’s fracking waste ban Wednesday night, Jan. 9.
“We’re ecstatic. We’re actually humbled this many people came out for the environment,” said Michael Garguilo, leader of the petition effort to call the meeting, said after the vote.