Rezoning


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Rezoning

To divide a municipality or piece of property into new or different zones to permit new uses.
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The rezoning was submitted by neighborhood group East River Partners Association (ERPA), which previously sought to cap building heights in the neighborhood at 260 ft.
However, an apparent loophole in the city planning process is that a real estate developer's land being the subject of a rezoning effort is not considered a business relationship: Therefore the development company's executives and employees are able to give to candidates at the higher level.
Now that the rezoning has been approved, Vulcan can move forward on expanding their operations.
Investors who don't vigorously oppose the rezoning would have little defense in such cases.
He added that if the county approved the rezoning, the residential use of the property could limit other future agricultural uses.
That rezoning would be an expansion of the existing commercial usage in that plan area, Noffsinger said.
The DOT's only argument on appeal was that rezoning must be "probable" and not merely "possible" to be relevant on valuation.
The city council will hold a public hearing on the rezoning in June.
Leonard Boen has asked for a rezoning as well on a lot on the south side of Colonel Glenn Road and east of 1-430.
Land surveyor David Dorland who represents OCL Crushing says he will be going to the City of Greater Sudbury Council in May to ask for a rezoning on the 50-hectare property to rezone it from rural to an M5 industrial extractive zone.
The rezoning was inextricably tied to the lease transaction and was limited to the construction of a specified type of department store for the lessee.