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Ounce of Prevention: Best Practices for Making Informed Land Use Decisions
Bill Higgins (au); JoAnne Speers (au); Charles Summerell (au)
Land use decision-making is admittedly volatile: developers want entitlements, environmentalists want growth mgmt., & neighborhood org. want a say in the approval process. Plus, preservation groups, cultural groups, unions, taxpayer org., & affordable housing advocates may take issue with any given decision. Designing inclusive hearing procedures is a better risk mgmt. tool than merely assuring the public 3 minutes of testimony. This pub. focuses on the underlying procedures that are common to all land use decisions. It walks through the typical decision making process -- from design & drafting ordinances to issuing a final decision & hearing appeals -- & identifies practical strategies to reduce the risk of litigation. Illus.
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