Justia Zoning, Planning & Land Use Opinion Summaries

Articles Posted in Delaware Supreme Court
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This case arose when the Zoning Board of Adjustment (ZBA) granted three use variances to Ingleside to allow partial demolition and renovation of the H. Fletcher Brown Mansion for use as a thirty-five unit multi-family apartment building for senior citizens. Appellants raised three issues on appeal. The court concluded that the ZBA was not properly constituted and therefore, it was without authority to act. Consequently, there was no need to address the merits of appellants' other two arguments. The judgment of the Superior Court was reversed and the matter remanded for further proceedings. View "Friends of the H. Fletcher Brown Mansion, et al. v. The City of Wilmington, et al." on Justia Law