Dan Hill, CAC Attorney, Submittals to Town Boards

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Precedent setting case: Reynolds v. Stow Zoning Bd. of Appeals, Appeals Court No. 14-P-663

When faced with evidence that one or more adjacent private wells will have elevated nitrogen levels and there is no public water source in the area and no proposal to provide the abutter with clean water, it is unreasonable to conclude that the local need for affordable housing outweighs the health concerns of existing abutters. – Reynolds v. Stow ZBA

Attorney Dan Hill – Experience and Background

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