Veteran fights to save farm

At 98, Lt. Col. Bob Vaucher has fought for a lot. But he's not done yet.

Vaucher is fighting to preserve a 35-acre farm across the street from his home in Bridgewater, N.J. The farm is historic, according to Vaucher, but it's part of a proposed housing development. Family members of the deceased owner sold the land, which Vaucher says went against that owner's final wishes.

Vaucher has now petitioned Gov. Christie, Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno and President-elect Donald Trump to help him preserve the land as open space

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