Krawski v. Planning & Zoning Commission

In Krawski v. Planning & Zoning Commission, 21 Conn. App. 667, 672, 575 A.2d 1036, cert. denied, 215 Conn. 814, 576 A.2d 543 (1990), the Court noted that our function is "to decide whether the commission correctly determined that this subdivision application contains an existing violation of the town zoning regulations. . . . A commission may legally base subdivision application denials on zoning violations 'inherent in the plan itself as submitted' . . . ." Accordingly, the Court reversed the trial court's judgment sustaining the plaintiff's appeal in Krawski because the "violations are apparent on the face of the submitted subdivision plan." Id., 21 Conn. App. at 673.