This Article will examine the nature and constitutionality of consolidated planning boards in light of the broad powers actually granted them. The issues surrounding the constitutionality of consolidated planning boards begs, yet again, Chief Justice Marshall's question respecting the extent of the power granted to the state governments. The question is whether a municipality may abdicate its power to regulate land within its own boundaries by delegating it to a separate planning entity.
Recommended CitationAlbert J. Pirro Jr., The Unconstitutionality of Consolidated Planning Boards: Interlocal Planning Under New York Law, 16 Pace L. Rev. 477 (1996)
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