abutter


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abutter

the owner of adjoining property.
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Where the Medway zoning board granted a variance of 63 square feet from the minimum lot area requirements of the town's zoning bylaw, allowing the defendant to divide her property located into two lots, a complaint filed by the plaintiff abutters challenging the permit should be dismissed, as the plaintiffs have failed to come forward with credible evidence of an injury to a protected interest.
In turn, that "omission of material information upon which the board's decision would rely" meant that the required hearing notice to the public and abutters was inadequate, according to the ruling by Judge Stephen P.
I get very little feedback about the extra information I include in the report about abutters or expiring above-market leases or risky sources of income.
The appraiser could have avoided the suit by first defining for the client the scope of investigation into abutter motivation and providing a more comprehensive appraisal, which is essential in cases of obvious abutter interest.(2) The appraiser in this instance is certainly correct in reporting the value as the price on the general market, where the most likely buyer is without special abutter motivations.
"Abutters, as parties in interest entitled to notice of the Board's hearings, are presumed to be persons aggrieved.
Candito, the Dudley District Court clerk magistrate and an abutter who opposed the plan, the board unanimously voted to withdraw the aerial park plan "without prejudice,'' meaning it can't be brought to the board again.
The report indicates that MassDOT solicited input on the project from abutters and other Lexington residents through letters to those living near the project site, a public meeting, and meetings with other stakeholders, such as Sustainable Lexington, a local advocacy group.
The SURVEYOR must provide the following minimum services: 2.1.1.Prepare a written Survey Abstract based on research of land records and other pertinent documents as necessary pertaining to the subject property and all pertinent abutters. Research should be sufficient so as to enable the SURVEYOR to formulate a legally defensible opinion as to the location of the title boundaries of the subject property and to determine if the title boundaries are in agreement with, or in conflict with, title boundaries of pertinent abutters back to the key deed at a minimum.
Margaret Sheehan, an attorney for the abutters, said last week the challenge against Entergy and town officials came down to whether the spent fuel facility "is a matter of right or does it require a special permit, which would require a public hearing and allow Plymouth to add conditions."
Such a bylaw would aim to protect both the rights of the individual landowner and, since the visual impact of solar arrays is so extensive, it would also seek to protect abutters and maintain the "sense of place'' or rural identity of the town.
As the Goodales exhausted mining opportunities on the southern and eastern limits of their 100.2-acre property, work has begun in areas closer to the neighborhoods, inciting concern from abutters about noise, dust and visual impact of the mining operations.
With input from those responsible for funding the cleanup, abutters to the contaminated site, the EPA and the town, the plan was agreed upon and lauded as a big step forward after many years of static.