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Woodstock’s Economic Development and Business Community

Woodstock’s Planning & Zoning Commission was not able to hold its monthly meeting this month.  The Commission will continue its work on the important issue of economic development and business regulations, items that were on the agenda for the March meeting.  The next regular Commission meeting is scheduled for Thursday, April 20th, at 7:30 PM …

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One Society

One Society By Jeffrey A. Gordon, M.D. President, Connecticut State Medical Society September 28th, 2016 Thank you for bestowing upon me today the distinguished honor of President. One hundred and seventy-seven physicians have held this office before me. I hope many more men and women hold it long into the future. We rejoice outwardly this …

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Managing Public Testimony

Your town’s planning and zoning commission makes legislative and administrative decisions. Underpinning these decisions is the receipt of testimony from applicants, municipal staff and agencies, professional experts, lawyers, and members of the public. A planning and zoning commission makes good decisions when it takes into account all of the testimony it receives, follows its review …

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The Taking of Land Part 1

The Supreme Court has ruled that land use regulation is constitutional so long as it “substantially advance[s] legitimate governmental interests” to protect public safety, health, and welfare.  Regulations must follow constitutional due process and equal protection.  Government has a role in setting and enforcing reasonable and common sense laws for the communities in which we live, …

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