Land Use and Zoning
Whether you're a developer or a landowner, when you need legal assistance with a real estate land use issue, Kahan Kerensky Capossela can guide you through the often complex maze of federal, state, and local laws and regulations, enabling you to develop or use your land in a profitable and productive manner. Attorney Dorian Famiglietti has over 20 years of experience representing clients before local administrative bodies in matters such as:
- Zone changes
- Subdivision approvals
- Wetlands permits and redesignations
- Regulation amendments
- Amendments to the Plan of Conservation and Development
- Special permits and exceptions
- Site plan approvals for commercial, industrial, and residential (including multi-family) projects; various farming issues; and gravel and earth excavation activities
- 22a-19 Environmental Intervention matters
- Enforcement actions
- Sewer permits
Attorney Famiglietti is an active member of the Connecticut Bar Association Planning and Zoning Section, the Home Builders and Remodelers Association of Greater Hartford, and the Connecticut Developers Council, and lectures on a variety of topics at land use seminars.
Our Agricultural History
KKC's founder, Robert F. Kahan, was born and raised on a Vernon farm. When he began his private practice in 1964, Vernon and the surrounding communities were experiencing substantial residential growth. As land development continued and expanded into commercial and industrial uses, KKC expanded its legal and technical staff to assist not only its farmer clients but also the land developers who came to the area to develop local properties.
KKC remains very active with the farm community through our representation of the local Farm Credit lending agency and as a member and advisor to the local Farm Bureau. However, our client base has grown to include local and national companies who seek to develop property and expand their business presence in our service area, where KKC offers the experience and resources necessary to assist in bringing about the most desirable result.
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