Conditional Use Approvals
Some zoning codes only allow a particular land use depending on particular conditions identified in the zoning code. As a result, the local government must conduct a quasi-judicial hearing to determine if those conditions can be satisfied by the landowner before the particular use will be allowed. Representation at these quasi-judicial hearings can be the difference for many applications. Moreover, having legal counsel at the quasi-judicial hearing can also lay the groundwork for subsequent legal action challenging the decision which is made. Our lawyers are available to challenge or prosecute condition use approval applications on your behalf.