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If the ditches drained a wetland, yes, it can.  I am handling a matter right now in which the DEQ ordered the backfilling of a ditch for that reason.

You need to consult with the planning department to determine the minimum lot size and other development standards.

You can not sue unless you can prove that the paving caused the structural damage. You believing it is not enough.

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Texas Legislative Issues/News: Regulating short term rentals

Texas Legislative Issues/News: One of the issues being dealt with in the current session of the Texas state legislature concerns regulations of short-term rentals by individual local governments, such ... Read more

Historic Preservation in Kentucky

May 1st marks the beginning of Historic Preservation Month. Kentucky has the fourth highest number of listings on the National Register of Historic Places. In fact there are more than 3,200 historical ... Read more

Housing Development in Texas Cities: Up or Out?

When the Texas Population Projections 2010 to 2050 report was released by the State Demographer’s Office, several issues relating to urban planning and land use regulation suddenl ... Read more

Land Development in Floodplains: Technology to Guide State and Local Decisi

 Land use and development in areas that experience seasonal or periodic flooding is complicated. Responsibilities in the event of a flood that causes property and land damage are spread out among ... Read more

Massachusetts Permit Session Jurisdiction Explained

On February 27th, the Massachusetts Appeals Court again held that certain land use appeals under Mass. G.L.c. 185, §3A, cannot be brought in Housing Court – they may only be brought in Supe ... Read more

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