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WI Appeals Court Finds Enforcement of an Ordinance Later Found to be Unconstitutional Does Not, Without a Showing of Causation, create an Actionable Takings Claim
By Patricia Salkin
Appellant, a scrap metal recycling business, operated lawfully in a commercial zone in Sheboygan. Over the years, the business expanded and began to resemble a junkyard. The city plan commission determined that the business had evolved into a use not allowed under the zoning code and in order to continue to operate, the owner needed [...]
Full post as published by Law of the Land on May 15, 2012 ( boomark
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