Supreme Court Ruling on Variances is Confusing to Developers

October 14, 2010 at 10:36 am

As if the terrible state of the economy were not enough, a recent decree on the granting of variances has heaped additional fuel on the already stressed state of commercial and residential real estate development in Minnesota.
Linda Fisher, Larkin Hoffman, has agreed to represent NAIOP members in the coalition assembled by the League of Minnesota Cities to “fix the situation.” 

From the League of Minnesota Cities:

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Entry filed under: Featured Articles, Public Policy | Government Affairs.

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