ZONING & PLANNING - ALASKA

Griswold v. Homer Advisory Planning Commission

Supreme Court of Alaska - April 9, 2021 - P.3d - 2021 WL 1325541

Owners of bicycle shop applied for conditional use permit to expand existing entryway by six feet and construct covered porch, thereby extending covered area up to eight feet into 20-foot setback at front of business.

City’s advisory planning commission approved permit over resident’s objection, and, on appeal to the Office of Administrative Hearings, administrative law judge affirmed. Resident appealed. The Superior Court affirmed the permit approval and subsequently denied resident’s motion for reconsideration and request for disqualification. Resident, proceeding pro se, appealed.

The Supreme Court held that:



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