Fla. Law Easing City Plan Passage Is Invalid, Court Told

Law360, Miami (November 12, 2013, 8:34 PM EST) -- A man suing the city of St. Pete Beach over its comprehensive development plan on Tuesday asked a Florida appeals court to declare unconstitutional a law that allowed the city to push through an amendment to the plan that would encourage hotel development.

Timothy Weber of Weber Crabb & Wein PA, who represents plaintiff James Anderson, told a panel of Florida's Second District Court of Appeal that a state law allowing comprehensive plans in the state like St. Pete Beach's proposal to be adopted was passed...
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