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On Behalf of | Apr 21, 2015 | Land Use And Zoning |

Here are a few recent zoning/development articles we thought we’d share as we all enjoy the short work week.

A hotel project in Lenox survived a motion to dismiss (with both sides surprisingly happy with the judge’s ruling), and the case will proceed in the Land Court.

The Town of Falmouth’s wind turbine is under scrutiny after a recent Appeals Court ruling that found the town failed to secure the requisite special permit.

A settlement was reached between the Town of Bourne and the developer of Pilgrim Pines regarding the number of affordable housing units to be constructed in the neighborhood that has been under construction for more than 12 years ago.

Written by Kristen M. Ploetz, Esq., of Green Lodestar Communications & Consulting, LLC, on behalf of Jeffrey T. Angley, P.C. Edited by Jeffrey T. Angley, Esq.


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