Zoning Law: Outcry Follows Appellate Court Ruling In McDonald's Case

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

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There was much wringing of hands and gnashing of teeth following the state Appellate Court's decision late last year in MacKenzie v. Planning and Zoning Commission of Monroe, 146 Conn. App. 406 (2013), in which the court ruled that zoning regulations that permit a zoning commission to apply flexible setback and landscaping requirements in approving development applications are invalid.

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