Butler County Dairy, L.L.C. v. Butler County, 285 Neb. 408 (Neb. Sup. Ct. 2013)

(court affirmed district court ruling upholding township regulations that prevented animal confinement from obtaining permits it sought for livestock manure pipeline; court held township had concurrent jurisdiction over public roads without county and because county had not exercised jurisdiction at time regulations enacted by township governing the road, township had authority over township roads; township also had authority to enact regulations to prevent livestock wastes from polluting township; state statute did not expressly preempt governance over livestock operations nor did statute intend to preempt the field of regulation).

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