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Zoning – No ‘Vested Rights’ Under Zoning Letter (access required)

A private security training firm cannot expand its training “school” on a $2.25 million parcel because a “zoning classification letter” did not give the firm “vested rights,” the Supreme Court of Virginia says in a case closely watched by local government lawyers. Board of Supervisors of Stafford County v. Crucible Inc. (VLW 009-6-071) (12 pp.)

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