Environmental / Land Use – Zoning, Act 250 & Utility Law
As residents of Vermont, we realize how fortunate we are to live in an area where land use development is closely scrutinized to prevent undue adverse effects to our environment while accommodating the pressures of development. At Valsangiacomo, Detora & McQuesten, P.C., our attorneys regularly represent and guide developers, municipalities, and neighbors through the complex regulatory processes of environmental laws and land use regulations administered by local zoning boards, District Act 250 Commissions, the Public Utility Commission, the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources, or the federal government, including:
- Municipal Zoning Permits
- Act 250 Permits
- Telecommunications Tower Permits (CPGs)
- Renewable Energy Facility Permits (CPGs)
- Wastewater and Water Supply Permits
- Wetlands Permits
- State Environmental Enforcement matters
- Federal Clean Water Act violations
Our environmental law / land use attorneys have the management, organizational and legal skills to help minimize the time and cost involved in both complex and simple matters. We have the background and experience to effectively identify options, analyze costs and benefits, and assist the client in making the most informed decisions.
Contact Valsangiacomo, Detora & McQuesten, P.C. Today
If you believe that dedicated lawyers at Valsangiacomo, Detora & McQuesten, P.C. can be of assistance to you, please contact us for additional information by calling 802-304-4602 or filling out our online contact form.