In a decision released on September 23, 2015 in Van Schoick v. Jackson Twp. Zoning Board of Adjustment, et. als. the Superior Court of New Jersey, Law Division affirmed at trial the Jackson Township Zoning Board of Adjustment’s approval of use and bulk variance approval to the applicant to construct a commercial office facility. The Zoning Board was represented by Christopher J. Dasti. The court found that the decision of the Zoning Board in granting the approval was a “relatively minor adjustment” to the township’s zoning ordinance and was “reasonable in light of the unique circumstances affecting the subject property.” The court found that the actions of the Zoning Board would have negligible impact on the zone plan and master plan of the township and thus the action was not arbitrary, capricious, or unreasonable.