Conditional Use Denial Reversed on Appeal

November 21, 2016

November 15, 2016    A conditional use application denied in September 2014, was reversed today by the Cumberland County Court of Common Pleas.   Salzmann Hughes, PC client, the Group & Group Partnership, had applied for conditional use approval to operate a commercial trailer storage facility on its property in South Middleton Township.   After three nights of hearings, the Township denied the conditional use application and Group & Group appealed.   On November 15, 2016, the Court reversed the Township and approved the conditional use application.   Group & Group was represented during the conditional use hearings by Attorneys Kurt E. Williams and James D. Hughes and on appeal by Attorneys James D. Hughes, Scott T. Wyland and Kurt E. Williams.

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