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Sep 16, 2008 · Westport created a district because towns cannot approve only one parcel for a certain use like adult entertainment. An adult entertainment business would Author: Grant Welker. Entertainment Night Life Saturday, January 5 – Planning Board proposes to revise solar farm bylaw. Inadequate funding of the BOH could torpedo the effort proposed by the new regulations. WESTPORT - In a culmination of events beginning in 2010 through 2016.

Chairman Donald Davidson reported that state Sen. Michael Rodrigues (D-Westport) has placed an earmark for $300,000 in the proposed state budget for the coming fiscal year to finance a feasibility study of possible municipal reuse options for the high school building and grounds. Read more >>. Dec 30, 2010 · Pat Guerreiro, owner of the former Swan Finishing, is grappling with the town over its proposed zoning bylaw changes, which would prevent him from building condominiums or apartments on the Swan site.Author: Deborah Allard.

Sep 19, 2009 · WESTPORT — Town officials have decided not to file an appeal of the state Department of Environmental Protection's ruling in favor of a strip club developer. Deutche Donn wants to build an adult Author: PEGGY AULISIO. In its decision last week in Showtime Entertainment, LLC v. Town of Mendon, the Supreme Judicial Court (SJC) struck down a Town of Mendon bylaw banning alcohol at “adult entertainment businesses.” This is the latest case to grapple with the tension that often arises between a municipality’s exercise of its police powers and citizens’ exercise of their First Amendment rights.