Commonwealth v. Packer Township Board of Supervisors, 49 A.3d 495 (Pa. Commw. Ct. 2012)

(township enacted ordinance prohibiting land application of sewage sludge by corporations and regulating application by individuals; state attorney general brought petition for judicial review of ordinance as violating state agricultural code, which preempted local authority; township sought summary judgment in action; court denied motion holding agricultural code did not violate state constitution because local government authority not protected in constitution, attorney general could bring action under code without affected complainant, and community’s bill of rights were essentially same as ordinance challenged, so could be nullified).