Court of Appeal IA Affirms the Granting of Exceptions Allowing Convertible Churches in Residential Areas to be Used for Small Gathering Rooms

Court of Appeal IA Affirms the Granting of Exceptions Allowing Convertible Churches in Residential Areas to be Used for Small Gathering Rooms

This post was written by Tyler Doan, Esq.

The petitioners initially opposed granting an exception to local zoning regulations to allow a converted church in a single-family living area to be used as a “small gathering space” for community events

NY Court of Appeals Affirms Approval of Subsurface Wastewater Sewerage System Finds Local Government Complies with SEQRA and Local Zoning Codification Laws

NY Court of Appeals Affirms Approval of Subsurface Wastewater Sewerage System Finds Local Government Complies with SEQRA and Local Zoning Codification Laws

This post was written by Tyler Doan, Esq.

The plaintiff appealed against the decision of ZBA city, city council, and related defendants opposing dismissal by ZBA for a challenge to the zoning officer’s determination that the proposed subsurface sewage system

The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals Holds Legislative Requirements Subject to Nexus-And-Proportionality Requirements

The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals Holds Legislative Requirements Subject to Nexus-And-Proportionality Requirements

This post was written by Robert Thomas, Esq. and originally appeared on the InverseCondemnation Blog and reposted with permission. See, https://www.inversecondemnation.com/inversecondemnation/2023/05/ca6-legislative-conditions-are-subject-to-nexus-and-proportionality-requirements.html

6th Circuit Court of Appeals in Knight v. Metro. Nashville Government, No. 21-6179 (May 10, 2023) states that

fed.  District Court in ND Says No Preemptive Order to Ban Fargo from Exempt Adult Toy Stores in Downtown

fed. District Court in ND Says No Preemptive Order to Ban Fargo from Exempt Adult Toy Stores in Downtown

This post written by Andrew LW Peters originally appeared on the Rocky Mountain Sign Law Blog and is reposted with permission.

The Federal District Court for the District of North Dakota denied a request for a preliminary injunction that would