Category Archives: 2008 Law Updates

South Anchorage Concerned Coalition, Inc., v. Municipality of Anchorage Board of Adjustment, David D. Hultquist and Lesa L. Hultquist

South Anchorage Concerned Coalition, Inc., v. Municipality of Anchorage Board of Adjustment, David D. Hultquist and Lesa L. Hultquist, 172 P.39 774 (December 14, 2007) Same parties as the last case but a different case. This appeal arises from the … Continue reading

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South Anchorage Concerned Coalition, Inc., v. Municipality of Anchorage Board of Adjustment, David D. Hultquist and Lesa L. Hultquist

South Anchorage Concerned Coalition, Inc., v. Municipality of Anchorage Board of Adjustment, David D. Hultquist and Lesa L. Hultquist, 172 P.39 768 (December 14, 2007) The Coalition opposed Hulquists’ proposed residential development on several hundred acres in south Anchorage. It … Continue reading

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2008 – Craig Wm. Black v. Municipality of Anchorage, Board of Equalization

Craig Wm. Black v. Municipality of Anchorage, Board of Equalization, 187 P.3d 1096 (July 18, 2008 Black, an owner of a condominium unit in a community consisting of single-family homes on large parcels of land appealed the Municipality of Anchorage’s … Continue reading

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2008 – Russell Maddox v. Penny Hardy and Korene Lorenz

Russell Maddox v. Penny Hardy and Korene Lorenz, 187 P.3d 486 (July 11,2008) This appeal involves a controversy surrounding a large fire started by Korene Lorenz and others for the purpose of clearing rubbish. Russell Maddox had a home and … Continue reading

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2008 -Frank Griswold v. City of Homer

Frank Griswold v. City of Homer, 186 P.3d 558 (June 20, 2008) After the Homer City Council passed an ordinance limiting the floor area of stores in three City of Homer zoning districts to between 20,000 and 45,000 square feet, … Continue reading

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