I am in search of instances, personal experiences, case law, and/or local ordinances that deal with tribal vs. non-tribal zoning and planning conflicts. Has anyone experienced a conflict (in a zoning and/or planning sense) between two neighboring properties (or neighboring entities in general) where one is under the jurisdiction of a Native American Reservation or Tribal Government and the other is under the jurisdiction of the local unit of government (i.e. township, city, etc.)?
For example, a tribal member (who is NOT under the zoning jurisdiction of the local unit of government) owns property within a medium density residential neighborhood surrounded by property owners who are non-tribal members (who are under the zoning jurisdiction of the local unit of government) and wants to or has used their property in a manner that is not compatible with a medium density neighborhood and they are within their right to do so because they are under the zoning jurisdiction of the tribe; or vice versa?
Any type of example is welcome. Thanks in advance for your help.