Land-Use Compatibility Near Military Bases

Zoning Practice — May 2011

By Ross Appel, Tyson Smith, AICP


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This article discusses how comprehensive planning and development regulations can be used to encourage compatibility between bases and their neighboring communities.


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May 1, 2011
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About the Authors

Ross Appel

Tyson Smith, AICP
<p>Tyson Smith, Esq., AICP, has over 28&nbsp;years of experience as a city and county planner, planning consultant, and attorney, focused entirely on land use and community planning. Tyson is a certified mediator and expert at public facilitation and mutual problem solving. His experience is extensive, starting as a county planner in the Florida Keys, and continuing today as a national consultant. Tyson&rsquo;s practice includes Joint Land Use Studies and JLUS Implementation tools, impact fee programs, growth management, mobility fees, zoning code development, development agreements, and concurrency/APFO planning.</p>