Environmental – Administrative – Oceanfront Construction – Variance Denied – Erosion SetbackMidgett v. North Carolina Coastal Resources Commission Petitioners' proposed oceanfront residence would be 272 feet landward of the vegetation line, failing to meet the 420-foot erosion setback requirement. Petitioners failed to show that the variance they requested is consistent with the spirit, purpose, and intent of the rules, standards, or orders; would secure public safety and welfare; and would preserve substantial justice.
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Published: June 16, 2011
Time posted: 7:16 am
Tags: Administrative, Environmental, Erosion Setback, Oceanfront Construction, Variance Denied