Land-use attorneys who enjoy steady paychecks for municipal work are understandably tempted by the big money they can earn representing developers, but straddling the public-private line can cause problems.

A case in point is a dispute over a pending Toll Brothers subdivision approval in Lebanon Township, which a group of residents opposed to the project said was tainted by a conflict of interest on the part of the planning board attorney.

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