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Inhaltsangabe: Previously published by the National League of Cities, this book will enable you to put everything related to zoning in context. As stated in the book's Introduction by renown Land Use Attorney Dwight H. Merriam, FAICP, this book is "essential reading for every citizen who is interested in understanding this important aspect of the operation of their local government.... ZONING 101 will turn the novice into an expert, and reinforce an expert's understanding of ... the seven basic elements that form the center of the universe for all zoning ordinances." The Connecticut Conference of Municipalities finds it "written in a concise, easy-to-read style, the primer introduces and explains the basic philosophy, and administration of modern zoning ordinances. The book is designed to be accessible and informative for busy local elected officials, as well be a handy reference tool for staff professionals, especially in smaller communities with limited personnel and resources for planning and zoning. The book features a section on "the seven basic elements of zoning," and a glossary. Other focuses include application processing, planned unit developments, overlay zones, subdivisions, performance zoning, and enforcement procedures. There also are practical tips on how to tackle difficult zoning situations and ways to involve the public in a positive manner on zoning issues." The author also wrote a guide published by the International City/County Management Association entitled "Establishing Effective Citizens Advisory Committees," and a book entitled THE NEW CITY MANAGER - A STUDY IN GOVERNMENT ETHICS.
Über den Autor: Carl Stephani holds a Bachelor's Degree in Social Science from the University of California at Berkeley and a Master's Degree in Regional Planning from Syracuse University. He also studied at the University of California at Riverside, the University of New Mexico, Columbia University, and the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service. Marilyn Stephani holds a Bachelor's Degree in Biology from Wheaton College in Norton, Massachusetts, and has been a licensed Realtor®. Carl and Marilyn have consulted in planning in Arizona, New Mexico, and Colorado. Carl has served as a professional staff planner for local governments in New York, California, Oregon, Colorado, Arizona, and Connecticut. During his more than 40 years of professional work, he has held the positions of planning director, town manager, city councilman, and county commissioner in various local governments. Carl also served as a United States Peace Corps volunteer in Bogota, Colombia; a Peace Corps trainer at the University of Missouri and Vanderbilt University; a New York City Urban Fellow; and a United Nations intern. Currently, he serves as the executive director of a regional planning agency. In 1994, the Small Towns and Rural Division of the American Planning Association recognized the zoning ordinance that Carl wrote for the Town of Cave Creek, Arizona, as the "Outstanding Project of the Year" for its effectiveness and user-friendliness. Carl has also spoken about zoning and planning at numerous national conferences including those of the American Planning Association and the International City/County Management Association. Carl and Marilyn were born and raised in the state of New York, and currently live in Connecticut
Buchbeschreibung CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2012. Paperback. Buchzustand: Used: Very Good. Nice clean copy. No writing or highlighting. Unmarked inside and out. Buchnummer des Verkäufers BELA3-0923k
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