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February 4, 2009

Interesting Blog About a West Virginia Zoning case.

The post on the law of the land blog begins:

In a case hinging on statutory interpretation, the West Virginia Supreme Court traces the legislative history of the planning and zoning enabling acts in the State from the initial enactment in 1931 with changes made in 1959, 1969, 1973 and 2004 with respect to the requirements related to the comprehensive plan and zoning.

It is here. Thanks to Ted McClure at Phoenix School of Law for the tip.

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