Attorney Huessy recently obtained substantial property tax savings for condominium owners in two Smugglers’ Notch Resort projects. Participating owners of Trailside Executive units will see their property taxes reduced by 25%, participating members in the Riverside II project, by 10%.
Attorney Huessy recently took the lead in organizing a meeting of attorneys on the topic of Act 250, Vermont’s state land use permit law, at the Vermont Bar Association Young Lawyer Division’s Mid-Winter Thaw Conference in Montreal. Almost 50 years after its enactment, Act 250 continues to play a vital role in the protection of […]
This Fall, Attorney Ellermann attended the Land Trust Alliance’s Rally 2016 Conference in Minneapolis. As a member of the Land Trust Alliance’s Conservation Defense Network, a group of experts in conservation law who promote excellence in the field, Attorney Ellermann participated in the Network meeting at Rally, which covered proposed amendments to the law governing […]
Attorneys A.J. LaRosa and Katelyn Ellermann of Murphy Sullivan Kronk will be presenting at White + Burke’s Third Annual Vermont Development Conference on November 2, 2016. The “Green” Mountain State: Development and Financing Considerations of Marijuana Legalization. Sign up at www.eventbrite.com.
Attorney A.J. LaRosa will be presenting at the upcoming Land Use and Zoning From Start to Finish CLE on December 5 and 6, 2016. Sign up with NBI at www.nbi-sems.com.
In re Champlain Oil Company, 19-2-16 Vtec (August 1, 2016) MSK successfully dismissed the City of Barre’s appeal of its Development Review Board’s approval of a gas station redevelopment, where the City Council disagreed with the DRB but lacked standing to appeal because the zoning regulations were not “at issue.”
Town of Swanton v. Langlois, Nos. 48-5-15 Vtec, 148-12-15 Vtec, and 8-1-16 Vtec MSK successfully represented landowner in a zoning enforcement matter and on a related government estoppel claim, estopping the Town of Swanton from requiring the removal of the subject structure or payment of fines, after the Town’s Zoning Administrator made an informed […]
Is your property part of a condominium homeowners association or subdivision? If so, you should educate yourself as to what permits were issued to the developer when the project was initially constructed and who is currently responsible for complying with their terms. Read More.