How the battle for a Barrington oyster farm upended the public hearing process 

THE SHORELINE at Nayatt Point Court, near the proposed location of a half-acre oyster farm in Barrington. RHODE ISALND CURRENT / MICHAEL SALERNO
Six years, countless meetings and one court battle later, Barrington resident Ed Troiano has finally secured the approval needed to open a half-acre oyster farm in upper Narragansett Bay.  But the public comment session leading into the R.I. Coastal Resources Management Council’s 4-2 vote on Sept. 12 has opened the door to what could be…

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