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April 12. 2013 1:31PM

Town of Bartlett Board of Selectmen v. Town of Bartlett Zoning Board of Adjustment - Affirmed

The petitioner, the Town of Bartlett Board of Selectmen (Selectboard), appeals an order of the Superior Court (Houran, J.) upholding a decision of the Town of Bartlett Zoning Board of Adjustment (ZBA) finding that a sign erected by the intervenor, River Run Company, Inc. (River Run), is permitted under the Town of Bartlett’s Zoning Ordinance (ordinance).

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