Case Law Update – “What Ifs” Are Not Evidence

              A recent unpublished Court of Appeals opinion – which I think should have been published – illustrates a common evidentiary issue in quasi-judicial proceedings and discusses a not-so-common procedural issue related to appeals from local zoning boards.  It’s the latter, procedural issue for which publication might have been merited.                  Sidebar: Court of […]

Case Law Update – A Lesson in Integrity

             I had long thought that one could only learn integrity in two ways: from good parenting and personal mentoring and from the examples of inspirational people.  To that short list I’m tempted to add opinions from the N.C. Court of Appeals.              A recent but unpublished opinion (ExperienceOne Homes v. Town of Morrisville) does […]

Postcard Pienza – Exploring Urban Boundaries

            When I traveled through Europe by train 30 years ago I marveled at how cities seemed to stop and start at defined points on the broad landscape, in stark contrast to American cities that bleed forever into the rural (or at least “non-urban”) periphery.              Thirty years later I marvel again as I travel […]

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