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Litigation Ends Against Milford Auto Group

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July 19, 2019—A unanimous Planning and Zoning Board approval for a special permit with site plan review for an auto dealership in Milford, Conn. ends litigation against the Milford Auto Group, reports the New Haven Register.

Milford’s city planner said the city took the dealership to court when it began storing vehicles at the new location site without the planning and zoning board’s permission.

A member of the Milford Auto Group wrote that the new property would be used for the sale of used automobiles and storage of new vehicles to be sold at the dealership’s main location.

The dealership plans to construct a 2,640-square-foot building with an office and two bays holding two cars each. This new development is to prepare cars for delivery, including washing and detailing.

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