Ghostlawyers: Haunted Planning Law Session
Thursday, September 14, 2017
4:15 p.m. - 5:45 p.m. CDT
CM | 1.50
L | 1.50
Join Ancel Glink attorneys David Silverman, Dan Bolin, and Greg Jones to investigate important planning law issues, and reports that the ghost of Joe Naper is haunting the APA-IL State Conference. Legend has it that the Naperville founder has unfinished business on earth, and cannot rest without learning about the latest hot topics in planning, including religious institutions, liquor, and drone regulations. Some say only a discussion of constitutional issues with public art, or regulatory takings under the Fifth Amendment will help Naperville's first village president find peace in the afterlife. Attend this session, or you too may be doomed to haunt planning conferences for eternity. Bwhahaha!!!
- Planners will review the regulation of religious institutions in accordance with the Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act (RLUIPA), and analyze recent cases where municipalities employed RLUIPA’s “safe harbor” provision to avoid liability.
- This session will study how local regulations can accommodate liquor service in increasingly popular locations, from outdoor service areas to beauty salons to art studios.
- As interest in drone technology soars, planners will learn about local government uses for drones, and regulations governing drone use in their communities.
- Attorneys and planners will discuss constitutional issues raised by recent Supreme Court decisions, from regulatory takings to the management of public art on private and public land.
Gregory Jones, AICP
David Silverman, AICP
Trevor Dick, AICP
Trevor Dick, email@example.com