Are You Ready? Responding to Recent Legislative Amendments
Wednesday, December 13, 2017
1 p.m. - 4 p.m. MST
Phoenix, AZ, United States
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Do you understand the implications of HB2365 and the critical timelines under which a City must have regulations in place to effectively regulate wireless communication antennae placed in public rights-of-way? Do you know how and why there is a difference in the protest procedures for a legislative decision on a zone change as applied by a city or county? How familiar are you with the ins and outs of State law regarding group homes and sober living homes?
Please join us for a Professional Development Workshop on December 13, 2017 from 1:00 to 4:00 pm to explore these timely issues that are of great importance to Arizona planners. A distinguished panel of Arizona planners and land use attorneys will lead this interesting, informative, and timely workshop. This workshop will also be made available via webinar to those who are unable to travel.
Susan E Demmitt and Cameron Artigue from the law firm of Gammage & Burnham who will describe the implications of the new ¾ vote rule with particular emphasis on the difference between how this is applied between counties and cities;
Jenae Naumann, Assistant City Attorney, City of Tempe; Andrew Miller, Town Attorney, Town of Paradise Valley; Craig Messer, AICP, Planner III, City of Phoenix; and Briiana Velez, PE, Utilities/Street Light Manager, City of Phoenix who will discuss the implications of HB2365 and why cities should have appropriate regulations in place by February 9, 2018; and
Jon Paladini, City Attorney, City of Prescott and Andrew Miller, Town Attorney, Town of Paradise Valley who will share their experiences with the regulation of sober living homes and group homes.
Sheila Deschaaf, email@example.com