'A notice is proper only if it fairly and sufficiently apprises the public of the action proposed, making possible intelligent preparation for participation in the hearing,' pursuant to Urbanowicz v. Planning Zoning Commission, a 2005 decision of the Connecticut Appellate Court.
Herasimovich v. Town of Wallingford
May 17, 2012
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