Farr v. Zoning Board of Appeals
139 Conn. 577, 95 A.2d 792, CT.0042030(1953)
Supreme Court of Connecticut
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This proceeding began as an appeal from the zoning board of appeals of the town of Manchester. The trial court rendered judgment for the plaintiffs sustaining the appeal. The defendants, the petitioner and the board, have appealed to this court. The question involves the board's right to grant a variance. So far as is necessary for the decision of this appeal, the facts found by the court, which are not subject to correction, are thus summarized: Article 4, 8, of the Manchester zoning regulations forbade the use for the sale of alcoholic liquors of any building located within 1000 feet of any other premises where alcoholic liquors were sold. Article 5, 5(4), empowered the board of appeals to ""[a]uthorize on appeal, variances from the strict application of the provisions of these regulations to a specific lot or piece of property where, by reason of exceptional shape, exceptional topography or other exceptional situation or conditions, unusual difficulty or unreasonable hardship would result to the owners of said property; provided that relief can be granted