WESTPORT, Conn. -- After the Westport Planning and Zoning Commission unanimously rejected a apartment-building development, its developer, Garden Homes Management is taking the matter to court -- specifically the state Superior Court, the Westport News reported.
The P&Z gave a variety of reasons for the rejections and the final hearing for Garden Homes' application, including environmental and safety concerns, as well as a citizen petition against the project, which over 600 had signed, according to the Westport News.
In the appeal, one of Garden Homes' arguments is that the P&Z has a history of bias against affordable housing projects, the Westport News reported, including the Barons South property and the West Inn property.
Read the full Westport News story here.
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