Adjacent landowner sought review of approval by city zoning board of appeals of application of property owner to locate used car business on property.
The Superior Court affirmed and adjacent property owner appealed. The Appellate Court reversed and remanded. Property owner appealed.
The Supreme Court held that:
- Statute governing procedures for consideration of used car dealerships by towns, cities, or boroughs had been repealed at time zoning board considered application for use of property as used car dealership, and thus, city zoning board was not required to review application for zoning approval of property as used car lot under standard set forth therein, and
- Conflict between public act that repealed statute that governed procedures for consideration of used car dealerships by towns, cities, or boroughs, and public act that purported to amend the statute, could not be resolved by application of statute governing application of multiple amendments.