Boards of adjustment can grant variances from zoning ordinances. But why should they?
What purpose is served by a government agency playing favorites?
The Missouri court of appeals affirmed the Columbia board of adjustment’s decision to allow Sprint to erect a 95-foot cell tower, disguised as a flagless pole, in a zoning district where structures taller than 41 feet were prohibited.
The court’s decision, The Highlands Homes Association v. Board of Adjustment, dated December 22, 2009, Read the rest of this entry