Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy is nothing if not persistent. The state's chief executive has repeatedly pushed hard for changes to Connecticut's minimum pricing liquor law rule, which he and like-minded thinkers view as price fixing and detrimental to business in the state.
Though you hope to be at peace with your neighbors, issues may arise over time. In certain instances, such as cases of encroachment, it is important for landowners to understand their rights in regards to real estate.
Any person needing confirmation that municipal zoning relevant to liquor outlets and sales can be thorny and contentious business need look no further these days than Bridgeport. A recent media spotlighting of an ongoing dispute in that city notes that it is "so controversial that the [city] planning department is seeking a consultant's perspective."