COVID-19’s Impact on Land Use and Development in NY

May 27, 2020

The novel coronavirus has had a crippling affect on virtually every aspect of our lives and livelihoods. We all are suffering the difficult circumstances, sicknesses, and deaths of family, friends, and colleagues.

This column focuses on a specific slice of the economy—land use planning and zoning—and how property owners, developers, and local officials in New York have dealt with, and how they continue to deal with, the ramifications of the coronavirus and COVID-19.

Anthony S. Guardino, a partner with the law firm of Farrell Fritz, P.C., practices in the areas of land use, zoning, and environmental law. Resident in the firm’s office in Hauppauge, Long Island, he can be reached at aguardino@farrellfritz.com.

Reprinted with permission from New York Law Journal, Wednesday, May 27, 2020, Vol 263 – No. 101.

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