Zoning – Municipal – Civil Practice – Standing – ‘Contract Zoning’ – No Reciprocal Obligations – County Development Partnership – Appeals – Attorney’s FeesMorgan v. Nash County The plaintiff-city does not have standing to contest the defendant-county’s rezoning of county land to allow industrial uses, potentially including a poultry processing plant. Although the proposed sprayfields for the potential processing plant are located in the watershed from which the city draws half its water supply, the land for the proposed sprayfields was not rezoned.
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Published: December 4, 2012
Time posted: 5:37 pm