The Fourth Circuit has ruled against the Alive Church of the Nazarene’s claims that Prince William County, Virginia, violated the Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act (RLIUPA) by denying the Church the opportunity to worship on its 17-acre property before the Church complied with relevant zoning regulations. Alive Church of the Nazarene, Inc.
Ryan Hoyler’s legal experience includes representing developers before municipal boards and commissions across Connecticut on a broad range of approvals and permits, including § 8-30g affordable housing applications across Connecticut, and preparing Planning and Zoning, Wetlands, Water Pollution Control Authority (WPCA), and Historic District applications and presenting before the applicable approving authority. He has also represented developers in appeals from affordable housing applications and advised local municipalities regarding development issues related to public utility system proposals, including sewer systems. View his complete bio on rc.com.