Associate attorney Matthew D. Quinn was quoted in the Triangle Business Journal’s recent article on the proposed closure of Crooked Creek Golf Club in Fuquay-Varina, North Carolina.

The owners of the golf course recently announced that the course would close on July 5, 2015.  Matt represents a group of homeowners living in Crooked Creek Subdivision, who argue that the golf course is restricted by covenants and easements that prevent the property from being used for anything other than golf uses.

The Triangle Business Journal’s story can be accessed here.

Matt represents a variety of clients in land use disputes, including homeowners’ associations, residents of subdivisions, individuals and businesses appearing before boards of adjustment for variances, and others.  If you have a question about land use issues, please feel free to call Matt — there is no charge for the initial consultation.

Matthew D. Quinn, 919-754-1600, matt@attybryanbrice.com

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