Portsmouth's denial for new car dealership challenged in court
John Kuzinevich, a lawyer for New England Subaru, said in court papers that the public outcry by neighbors about the project should not have played a role in the board’s ruling.
“The board used the wrong standard to determine the intent and purpose of the ordinance by examining the impact of the overall development of the site rather than determining if the 300 feet of de facto buffer met the intent of requiring a 100-foot buffer,” Kuzinevich said in the lawsuit.
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