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rezoning

To change the permitted uses of property within an area.If only one property is rezoned, it is called spot zoning.When property is rezoned, then all future owners can use it for any purpose allowed by the zoning classification. Contrast with variance, which allows one particular use not otherwise allowed by the zoning regulations.

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At a public hearing Monday, Council member Ben Kallos, who supports the rezoning, led a far-ranging session that saw representatives of Brewer's office, Rep.
Fisher Brothers owns three buildings within the rezoning area.
My home, a typical one-story Eugene cottage, is a prime example of a property that would lose its R-1 transitions through compulsory rezoning to apartments and condominiums.
Davidson also noted that the Ministry would not look favourably upon Brant's request to assume authority from the province for Official Plan amendment approval if the county went ahead with the rezoning.
Carr's appraisal also reflected that, while not probable, rezoning was likely enough to affect present market value and thus was relevant.
According to the Morning Call, a local newspaper, the Allen Township board of supervisors approved the rezoning, ironically, to pay for the infrastructure costs of residential development sprawling out from one of the local boroughs.
They either may approve, conditionally approve, or deny a rezoning request.
The commission already voted once on the rezoning, but reached an inconclusive decision.
The difference between smoothing and rezoning is that in the latter case an entirely new mesh is used.
Hitachi Global Storage Technologies (Hitachi GST) has submitted a Planned Development Zoning (PD Zoning) application to the city of San Jose, which details the proposed rezoning and uses of its 332-acre property at 5600 Cottle Road, the company announced today.
it eyes a rezoning that executives say will bring in $1 billion in investment.
The proposal was supported by the Mitchell Area Development Corporation (MADC), which cited the potential new jobs and large investment in the community as reason to support the rezoning to allow construction.