A zoning commission's condition that there be an open space may be inconsistent with a zoning requirement that there be an unobstructed legal accessway. In 2008, Michael Innaurato applied to subdivide his 6.39-acre property into three lots. Motor-vehicle access to Lot B-2 would be via a common driveway on Lot B-1.
Egan v. Planning Board of the City of Stamford
Connecticut Appellate Court
July 16, 2012
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