Pennsylvania Real Estate, Land Use, Zoning, and Municipal Lawyers

This blog features case law related to real estate, land use, zoning, and municipal law in Pennsylvania

Month: January 2019

T Mobile Northeast LLC v. City of Wilmington, No. 18-1831 (3rd Cir. January 10, 2019).

In this appeal involving an application by T Mobile to install a cellular antenna in the City of Wilmington, Delaware, the Third Circuit held that T Mobile’s untimely supplemental complaint cured its’ initial unripe complaint.

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Krug v. Bd. Of Supervisors of E. Nantmeal Twp., et. al., No. 637 C.D. 2018 (Pa. Commw. Ct. January 8, 2019) UNREPORTED.

 In this land use appeal from Chester County, the Commonwealth Court (“Court”) upheld the denial of an Objector’s appeal from a decision of the East Nantmeal Township Board of Supervisors, which approved an amendment to a subdivision.

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Vasky v. Zoning Hearing Bd. Of Newton Twp., No. 560 C.D. 2018 (Pa. Commw. Ct., January 8, 2019) UNREPORTED.

What is the definition of a “building lot?” That question is the subject of this appeal from Lackawanna County.

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Meyer, et. al. v. City of Pittsburgh Historic Review Comm., 201 A.3d 929 (Pa. Commw. Ct. January 7, 2019).

In this appeal from Allegheny County, the Commonwealth Court found no error in a decision made by the City of Pittsburgh’s Historic Review Commission, which issued a certificate of appropriateness for a proposal to construct a new home in a historic district called “Lemmon Row.”

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