I don't get many zoning appeals, less than one a year. The question is: Does any place have standards on who has the right to appeal? Our code just says that anyone aggrieved by a zoning decision may appeal.
In this case, a competitor has objected to our decision on relocation of a cell tower. On the petition, the attorney involved replaced the competitor with a person whom I do not know.
Just how "aggrieved" should a person be in order to file a zoning appeal?