Advocating Affordable Housing in New Hampshire: The Amicus Curiae Brief of the American Planning Association in Wayne Britton v. Town of Chester

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In June 1990, The American Planning Association, a national Washington, D.C. based non-profit association of 27,000 professional planners, elected and appointed planning officials, and citizens interested in improving urban and rural planning filed this amicus curiae brief with the New Hampshire Supreme Court. The case on appeal is Wayne Britton v. Town of Chester, No. 85-E-342 (N.H. Super. Ct. June 27, 1989), brought by a builder/developer and low-income plaintiffs in need of affordable housing in Chester, New Hampshire.

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Zoning, Race discrimination in housing, Wayne Britton v. Town of Chester, No. 85-E-342 (N.H. Super. Ct., June 27, 1989)

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Brian W. Blaesser (Robinson & Cole LLP)
Susan M. Connor (John Marshall Law School)
Eric Damian Kelly (Iowa State University)
Stuart Meck (American Institute of Certified Planners)
John M. Payne (Rutgers Law School-Newark)
James M. Rubenstein (Miami University)
Charles F. Tucker (Donahue, McCaffney & Tucker)
Norman Williams Jr. (Vermont Law School)

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