Wicked Local Orleans Notes Kelley Drye as Representation
September 19, 2014

Kelley Drye & Warren is noted as representation in the Wicked Local Orleans article “Chatham voters make a stand for the land.” The article discusses how voters in Chatham voters passed $1.5 million in expenses to help protect the town’s historic rights around Monomoy National Wildlife Refuge, clean up pollution under the fire station, protect close to 8 acres of meadowlands and increase the salaries of firefighters. Kelley Drye attorney David E. Frulla is working as part of the team to protect this town from losing 717 acres of the Refuge to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.