Municipal – Zoning – Special Use Permit – Findings of FactTempleton Properties, L.P. v. Town of Boone On a prior appeal, we remanded so the respondent-town’s board of adjustment could make reviewable findings of fact based on its 2007 public hearings. Instead, the board allowed new testimony from opponents of petitioner’s application for a special use permit -- while not allowing new testimony from petitioner -- and made findings of fact that were obviously influenced by the new testimony.
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Published: March 6, 2012
Time posted: 5:40 pm
Tags: findings of fact, Municipal, special-use permit, Zoning