U.S. Supreme Rules Against Municipality in Cell Tower Dispute

The Supreme Court recently ruled against a Georgia municipality for failing to provide a timely written decision explaining its reasoning in denying a cell phone tower siting application by T-Mobile, South, LLC (“T-Mobile”). The City of Roswell’s city council held a public hearing to consider an … [Read more...]

Vermont Supreme Court Issues New Ruling On “Void for Vagueness” Challenges to Zoning Regulations, Holds Definition of “Family” is Valid

In a recent decision regarding a zoning enforcement case prosecuted by Stitzel, Page & Fletcher on behalf of the Town of Fairfax (the “Town”) against Defendant Leon Beliveau (“Defendant”), the Vermont Supreme Court affirmed a judgment that Defendant operated an unpermitted rooming-and-boarding … [Read more...]