WILTON — The Grumman Hill Montessori Association has filed an appeal in Superior Court against Wilton’s Planning and Zoning Commission. The association, which runs the Montessori School at 34 Whipple Road, wants the commission to lift restrictions on the size of its school’s student body, caps on parking spots, and new requirements for how it handles parking at special events.
The school filed its appeal on Dec. 31, 2019, in Stamford Superior Court. Attorney Joseph Williams, of the Hartford law firm Shipman & Goodwin, is representing it on this matter. For its part, the attorney representing the Planning and Zoning Commission — Ira Bloom of Bercham Moses — appeared in court on Jan. 6 to acknowledge the appeal.