Friends of Brown Mansion v. City of Wilmington

CONCLUDED

Oral Argument
01/15/14 – 01/15/14

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Summary

This case has its origin in a hearing before the Wilmington Zoning Board of Adjustment (“ZBA”) held on October 28, 2009. The Board was acting on an application for three variances by Ingleside Homes, Inc. (“Ingleside”). Two of that variances were to allow the partial demolition and renovation of the H. Fletcher Brown Mansion (“Brown Mansion”), located at 1010 N. Broom Street in the City of Wilmington. The third variance was to permit multi- family use in an R-1 zone. The Board, by unanimous vote, granted all three variances. The ZBA issued an opinion memorializing its decision on December 16, 2009.

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