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Residential uses districts based on the type of

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Residential uses Districts based on the type of dwelling and intensity of the  use; Single family home; Duplex; Multi-family dwellings (apartment buildings and condominiums; Modular homes; Mobile homes.
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Agricultural uses Disguised form of large-lot  zoning?; Service establishments  (grain elevators, farm  supply stores; Intensive animal agriculture  such as dairy farms, large  cattle, poultry, hogs; Farming land.
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   Agricultural use- large lot zoning?
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Zoning districts District boundaries defined by the zoning map; Zoning text describes allowable uses and special uses; Special (conditional) use permits; Variance permits;
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Zoning Map 
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Regulating intensity Dwelling units per acre; Minimum lot sizes; Floor area ratio (business and industry)- FAR of 1 might  allow the lot to be covered with one floor only; FAR 2- might allow a factory to be 2 stories, etc. Maximum height restrictions.
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Regulating intensity
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Regulating dimension Lot width and depth; Building height; Building bulk; Setback requirements; Dimensional  requirements have major  effect on the skyline and  neighborhood. Variance request………
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Stakeholders Governing body; Planning department; Planning commission; Zoning board; Homeowners;  Developers;
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Subdivision regulations
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