injury of the residential public, if left alone, another course where such injury will be obviated.
is not meant by this, however, to exclude the possibility of cases where the general public interest would so far outweigh the interest of the municipality that the municipality would not be allowed to stand in
Moore v. City
431 U.S. 494,
the line between a valid or invalid exercise of
police power remains less than clear. Euclid, "[t]he line which in this field
As the Court noted in separates the legitimate
is not capable
conditions. A regulatory clearly valid as applied to invalid as applied to rural 387.
the great cities,
clearly U.S. at
¶37 While the line between permissible and impermissible zoning may not always be readily ascertainable, the requisite standard that must be applied for a substantive due process challenge is clear: we must determine whether the ordinance is clearly arbitrary and unreasonable in the restricted sense that it has no substantial relation to the public health, safety,