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New Fairfield Zoning Commission hires outside attorney in dispute over ruling

The New Fairfield Zoning Commission has hired an outside attorney to represent them on a summons served by the Town of New Fairfield and Permanent Building Committee.  The June 30th action by the PBC is based on the Commission's denial of a site plan application for a proposed school bus lot at 302 Ball Pond Road, the former Consolidated School property.  The Zoning Commission retained Joseph P Williams Esquire from Shipman & Goodwin LLP.  The Permanent Building Committee is appealing the Zoning decision.  Town Attorney Neil Marcus typically represents all boards and commissions, but it was recommended that outside counsel be retained by Zoners.  The proposed site plan called for improvements for vehicle maneuvering areas, grading, storm drainage, utility connections, fencing and screening.  The property is zoned for educational purposes.  Over half of the footprint and driveway, and front lot, would be left open for future development.

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