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Chester Land Trust Creates the Judge Constance Baker Motley Preserve

Published Oct. 09, 2019

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A historic site dedication on the Connecticut Freedom Trail took place on Oct. 6 at the former property of Judge Constance Baker Motley on Cedar Lake Road in Chester. The public, friends, and family turned out to celebrate the Chester Land Trust creating the seven-acre Judge Constance Baker Motley Preserve on land the Motley family once owned, which is now included on the Freedom Trail. Here, Motley’s niece Constance Royster speaks.

 

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