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thirty sixth Annual Land Use Legislation Convention Hosted by Touro Legislation Middle – in February 2023

FOUR VIRTUAL SESSIONS:
Tuesday, February 7 and Wednesday, February 8, 2023
Tuesday, February 14 and Wednesday, February 15, 2023

This Annual Land Use Institute program is designed for attorneys, skilled planners, and authorities officers concerned in land use planning, zoning,

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NY Appellate Court Affirms Decision to Grant Area Variances Due To Lack Of Standing and The ZBA’s Proper Consideration of Facts and Alternatives

This post was authored by Tyler Doan, Esq.

Petitioner owns property on one side of a road. Respondent owns roughly 6.8 acres across the road from Petitioner that contains a two-story 97 room hotel. Both properties are located within a

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Second Circuit Court of Appeals Affirms Dismissal of Selective Enforcement and Equal Protection Claims in Treehouse Permitting Case

This post was authored by Amy Lavine, Esq.

in Lepper v. Scordinothe Second Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed the dismissal of selective enforcement and class-of-one equal protection claims involving a treehouse that was built without a permit.

The court

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Second Circuit Court of Appeals Denies Intervention in TCA Case, Citing Adequate Representation and Avoidance of Delay

This post was authored by Amy Lavine, Esq.

in Extenet Systems, LLC v. Village of Kings Pointthe Second Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed the denial of eight residents’ motion to intervene in a lawsuit brought by ExteNet against the

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NY Lower Court Finds that Local Law to Promote Affordable Housing was Improperly Adopted Because of Inadequate SEQRA Review

This post was authored by Amy Lavine, Esq,

A recent decision from the Suffolk County Supreme Court, Matter of Save Sag Harbor v Village of Sag Harbor, involving the village’s adoption of a local law that expanded the definition

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