New York Appellate Division Offers No Relief to Homeowner Who Challenged a Neighboring Dock Refurbishment in a Wetlands Area
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Zupa v. Board of Trustees of Town of Southold
Recently, the Appellate Division of the New York Supreme Court upheld the trial court’s decision that there was no arbitrary or capricious decision by the local zoning board denying a parcel owner whose land neighbored a dock, her challenge to the dock obtaining a permit for refurbishment within a wetlands area.
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Topics) Land Use) Wetlands
New York) Southhold
Appellate Division - Supreme Court
Zupa v. Board of Trustees of the Town of Southhold