Monday, February 22, 2010

When Meetings Go Bad

Ethical conduct and decision-making is at the heart of sound local land use practices. Unfortunately, the drama of controversial issues and decisions can sometimes cloud better judgment and lead to some shady actions. Take a look at the Fritz v Charter Township of Comstock decision from the Law of the Land blog to see how a special use permit application led to a denial of 1st Amendment rights, retaliation, and general bad behavior.

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