A university is not to be presumed to be the land use equivalent of the bubonic plague.

January 10, 2011

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414 Zoning and PlanningA university – even a law school – is not to be presumed, for purposes of the zoning regulations, to be the land use equivalent of the bubonic plague.
President & Directors of Georgetown Coll. v. Dist. of Columbia Bd. of Zoning Adjustment, 837 A.2d 58 (D.C. 2003)

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