Tink-Wig Mountain Lake Forest Property Owners Association v. Lackawaxen Township, 986 A.2d 935 (Pa. Commw. Ct. 2009)

(defendant issued zoning permit for installation of aerogenerator and plaintiff filed a land use appeal; court upheld trial court’s denial of appeal – court rejected plaintiff’s argument that public approval required before approval of zoning permit; aerogenerator was accessory use rather than a conditional use or special exception and was subordinate to principal use of the land as residential property and, as such, was similar to solar panels).

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