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Enforcing Zoning and Land-Use Controls (PAS 409)
Published by APA Planning Advisory Service, 1988
Quick order code: P409
List Price: $15.00
Modern land-use controls are often more complex than traditional zoning regulations. Variable controls—setbacks, average densities, lot sizes, and setback buffers—make plan checking more difficult; while other controls, such as those regulating temporary or movable signs, easily thwart inspectors.
This report addresses administration and enforcement issues of modern land-use controls. Kelly advocates rules that follow "KISS" (Keep It Short and Sweet). By instituting plans that are friendly to both citizens and inspectors, land-use ordinance violations can more easily be located and corrected. He suggests mechanisms for reporting, communicating, and resolving ordinance violations. The goal is true fufillment of the community's land-use plan. Includes sample materials to help you implement your own enforcement mechanisms.
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