Posted by: Patricia Salkin | May 20, 2016

NY Appellate Court Affirms Zoning Board’s Decision to Uphold Buidling Permit Issued by Building Inspector

The appellate court held that the zoning board of appeals properly upheld a building permit issued by the building inspector after the board determined that the street in question had become a village street, and that the board’s decision was neither arbitrary nor capricious.

Sherwin v Village of Goshen Zoning Board of Appeals, 2016 WL 2890007 (NYAD 2 Dept. 5/28/2016).


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