The Board of Adjustment for the City of San Antonio and Trinity University appeal the trial court's order granting summary judgment and overturning the Board's decision which upheld the city's issuance of certificates of occupancy to Trinity. Because registration of nonconforming uses was permissible but not mandatory in the three-year period after the adoption of the Unified Development Code, Trinity was not required to register the nonconforming use of the houses within the three-year period in order for their "college" use of the houses as faculty residences to be lawful. The trial court's judgment is reversed and judgment is rendered affirming the Board's decision. Board of Adjustment for City of San Antonio v. Kennedy, San Antonio Court of Appeals, No. 04-12-00757-CV, 07-09-2013.
Board of Adjustment for City of San Antonio v. Kennedy
Tex. App. Dist. 4
July 12, 2013