Municipal – Zoning – Real Property – Value – Insufficient Showing – Cell Phone TowerAmerican Towers, Inc. v. Town of Morrisville In order to get a special use permit to erect a cell phone tower in the respondent-town, petitioner was required to show that the tower would not substantially injure the value of adjoining property. Petitioner’s real estate expert failed to make that showing; therefore, the superior court properly upheld the denial of petitioner’s application to erect a telecommunications tower.
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Published: September 7, 2012
Time posted: 2:21 pm
Tags: Cell Phone Tower, insufficient showing, Municipal, Real Property, Value, Zoning