Pa. Appeals Court Gives Thumbs Up To 700-Acre Development

Law360, Philadelphia (December 14, 2012, 5:11 PM EST) -- In giving the green light to 700-acres worth of commercial development, a Pennsylvania appeals court ruled Friday that a lower court erred in invalidating a local zoning amendment on grounds that it did not sufficiently describe the changes being made.

The Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court ruled that legally required public notices describing changes to Lower Macungie Township's zoning code in 2010 were written with sufficient detail, vacating the trial court's decision. The changes to the zoning code were designed to allow developer David Jaindl and his firm...
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