REP_OH.19

REP_OH.19 - CM 426 - REP 19 CONTROL OF LAND USE I. PUBLIC...

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CM 426 -- REP 19 CONTROL OF LAND USE I. PUBLIC CONTROLS A. THROUGH POLICE POWER B. PUBLIC METHODS TO CONTROL PRIVATE PROPERTY 1. ZONING ORDINANCES 2. SUBDIVISION REGULATIONS 3. BUILDING CODES 4. ENVIRONMENTAL LEGISLATION C. HOW? 1. COMPREHENSIVE (GENERAL) PLAN 2. LAND USES -- MAP AND WRITTEN ORDINANCE 3. HOUSING NEEDS ASSESSMENT 4. TRANSPORTATION PLAN D. INFRASTRUCTURE -- CAPITAL FACILITIES PLAN 1. 2. SCHOOLS, PARKS, PUBLIC BUILDINGS, INCLUDING FIRE AND POLICE II. ZONING -- POWER THROUGH ENABLING ACTS -- MUST TIE TO COMPREHENSIVE OR GENERAL PLAN A. LOCAL CONTROLS -- NOT NATIONWIDE OR STATEWIDE B. MASTER PLAN DICTATES GROWTH CORRIDORS C. ZONING ORDINANCES MUST: 1. BE SPECIFIC AND CLEAR 2. FREE FROM DISCRIMINATION 3. ADDRESS HEALTH, SAFETY AND WELFARE D. TAKINGS
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1. MUST BE COMPENSATED 2. IS DOWNZONING A TAKING? IT DEPENDS E. ZONING FLEXIBILITY 1. NONCONFORMING USE -- GRANDFATHERING 2. VARIANCES -- RELIEF FROM PHYSICAL (LOT) HARDSHIP -- USUALLY SPECIFIC TO A SINGLE LOT
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