To prevail on an environmental intervention claim, plaintiffs may be required to establish a proposal will result in "conduct which has, or which is reasonably likely to have the effect of unreasonably polluting, impairing or destroying the public trust, in the air, water or other natural resources of the state."
Zimnoch v. Planning and Zoning Commission of the Town of Monroe
July 2, 2012
This article requires premium access
This article requires premium access to Connecticut Law Tribune. Please sign in or subscribe to read the full text.