WickedLocal Plymouth: What do King Solomon, Early English and the Army Corps of Engineers have in common? Nothing, unless you plan to do a little shellfishing on Saquish this summer.

The [Duxbury, Massachusetts] Board of Selectmen has given the go-ahead to Duxbury-resident William “Skip” Bennett’s plans to farm at least 10 acres of tidelands off this rustic, remote community. But this approval is not the actual permit, far from it.

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