NY Appellate Court Affirms Denial of Area Variances Based on Neighborhood Character and Because the Requested Variances were Substantial

This post was authored by Amy Lavine, Esq.

The petitioner had requested variances from several different zoning requirements, including the regulations for lot area, lot frontage, front yard setbacks, rear yard setbacks, and minimum and total side yard setbacks, which

Fed. Dist. Court of Michigan Finds Plaintiffs Did Not Obtain a Vested Property Interest Because Their Nonconforming Use Did Not Comply with Prior Zoning

This post was authored by Matthew Loescher, Esq.

Plaintiffs owned homes in the City of New Buffalo, Michigan, that they used, or intended to use, as short-term rental properties. In 2019, the City passed an ordinance requiring homeowners in the

TX Court of Appeals Finds Alleged Violations of the Texas Public Information Act were Sufficient to Survive Summary Judgment

This post was authored by Matthew Loescher, Esq.

Groba owned property within the City of Gelena Park and applied for a permit to build a quadruplex on that property. The City rejected his application, and Groba was advised that a

thirty sixth Annual Land Use Legislation Convention Hosted by Touro Legislation Middle – in February 2023

Tuesday, February 7 and Wednesday, February 8, 2023
Tuesday, February 14 and Wednesday, February 15, 2023

This Annual Land Use Institute program is designed for attorneys, skilled planners, and authorities officers concerned in land use planning, zoning,