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Abut

To meet or touch with an end, as on a construction member meeting an adjoining one.

abut

To adjoin at an end; to be contiguous.
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The appraiser does not know whether abutters to the subject are specially motivated to pay a price consistent with the high-end sales and is convinced that the low-end sales are of properties competently marketed.
Abutters concerned with traffic and environmental issues appealed the decision first to Superior Court and then to the Supreme Court.
As an alternative to erecting the noise barriers, city planners had suggested that National Grid look into quieter equipment, or moving the equipment farther from abutters.
That ruling addressed an appeal of the board's decision by abutters Cheryl Morse and Robert Garrison.
A bylaw amendment proposed by selectmen would require municipal water line abutters who build, reconstruct or substantially alter an existing structure to connect with the municipal water system.
As stated in the town bylaws (Article 5, Part 14), "This By-Law encourages the pursuit of agriculture, promotes agriculture-based economic opportunities, and protects farmlands within a town by allowing agricultural uses and related activities to function with minimal conflict with abutters and town agencies.
Abutters have since been contacting town officials to say they were not notified of the project, demanding a public hearing.
The City Council's Youth, Parks and Recreation Committee held Wednesday's public hearing, and heard concerns from several abutters.
Notices had been sent out and property abutters given the opportunity to speak, but none did.