Municipal Law/Planning & Zoning/Land Use
At Suisman Shapiro in New London, Connecticut our attorneys offer effective representation to municipalities throughout the state of Connecticut as well as many non-profits and corporate clients.
As public attorneys, Eric Callahan, Michael Carey, Richard Cody, Kristi Kelly and Laura A. Raymond counsel municipalities and municipal boards and commissions on administrative tax appeals, construction contracts, freedom of information, zoning, land use and other matters before local, state and federal agencies and courts.
Suisman Shapiro attorneys currently represent, either as Town Attorney, Land Use Counsel and/or Labor and Employment, several towns, cities and quasi-municipal entities, including, for example, Brooklyn, Canterbury, Chaplin, Griswold, Groton (Town), Lyme, Montville, Norwich, North Stonington, Old Lyme, Sprague, Voluntown, Waterford and Windham. We also represent public sector agencies such as the Housing Authority of the City of New London, Jewett City Department of Public Utilities, the Northeastern Connecticut Transit District, and the Southeastern and Northeastern Connecticut Councils of Government.