RDDS wins appeal Sutton ­Bylaws 254 and 256 nullified

By Matthew McCully

Regroupement pour un Développement Durable à Sutton (RDDS) is in celebration mode these days. The Quebec Court of Appeal has overruled a decision by Superior Court Judge François Tôth in a suit the group filed against the Municipality of Sutton in September of 2015, calling for the cessation and nullification of bylaws 254 and 256. The lawsuit was filed after citizens voiced opposition to the Town’s intention to adopt contentious residential and zoning bylaws during the summer of 2015. See full story in the Wednesday, September 19 edition of The Record.

Share this article