CHRISTOPHER H. HEEP has been advising clients in all areas of our firm's municipal practice since joining Miyares and Harrington LLP in 2005. In addition to his general Town Counsel work, Mr. Heep devotes a significant portion of his practice to working with our permitting boards, inspection officials and planning staff on matters relating to zoning, subdivision control and land use. He is also experienced in all permitting and land use litigation typically encountered by municipalities, and with the acquisition and disposal of real property, and interests therein, on behalf of municipal clients.
Mr. Heep provides key guidance throughout the local review and permit application process for development projects that are expected to have significant impacts on our Towns' local interests.
Before joining Miyares and Harrington LLP, Mr. Heep served as Law Clerk to the Honorable Gordon H. Piper of the Massachusetts Land Court. Mr. Heep received his law degree from Northeastern University School of Law in, and has worked for the Honorable William G. Young of the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts and for the Office of Regional Counsel of the United States Environmental Protection Agency (Region 1). He received his B.A. in History from Oberlin College and currently serves as a member of the Watertown Zoning Board of Appeals.
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