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Links 1 through 10 of 68 by Mike Mahaffie tagged legal

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A developer has filed suit following rejection by Delaware's environmental secretary of plans for a 132-home development west of Leipsic.

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As residents prepare for the first of three workshops to discuss a possible settlement with the developers of Ruddertowne, many questions remain about what the compromise might hold for Dewey Beach.

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Delaware Chancery Court won't decide on a battle between New Castle County and a developer who wants to build more than 300 housing units on part of the old Pike Creek Golf Course until after the holidays and the Jan. 13 election for County Council president.

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The town will host a series of workshops and hearings in January and February to gather public input about the settlement with Dewey Beach Enterprises, which would trim the height of the proposed project from 68 feet to just over 45 feet.

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A nonprofit land trust has sued and filed anti-discrimination complaints against Sussex County over its denial of an affordable housing project outside of Laurel.

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[Sussex] County officials are among those cited for misconduct in a lawsuit filed by the developer of a stalled Ocean View residential community.

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Plans for a regional wastewater treatment and disposal facility are headed to the courtroom. As expected, four environmental groups have appealed a state board decision upholding a Coastal Zone Act permit to Delaware Superior Court.

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A judge has reversed Sussex County officials' approval of a permit for a cell tower in the Bethany Beach area.

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