land-use plan


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land-use plan

A plan submitted by a developer to local planning or zoning authorities as a condition of obtaining a demolition or a construction permit.

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Even environmental organizations - usually so quick to prod federal agencies with lawsuits challenging the adequacy of the planning process - seem to have entirely overlooked the use of fire as a management alternative important enough to require discussion in virtually all land-use plans.
ECD boundaries are green-lines, within which comprehensive land-use plans integrate all resource use and land management, whether on private or public lands.