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Alpharetta City Council Meeting Agenda for January 23, 2017

Friday afternoon I was notified that the developer requesting zoning approval for the most dense mixed use development in the history of our city will be presenting their case tomorrow evening. 458 more words


No More Room ? City Officials Stop Approval of New 50-Room Hotel

Dave Munday of The Post and Courier reports that the Charleston zoning board may be tapping the brakes on new hotel development in the city center with the decline of a request for a new 50-room hotel at 36 N. Market Street downtown.


Re:Code LA Provides the First Update to Los Angeles' Zoning Code in Sixty Years

The last time the City of Los Angeles updated its zoning code was in 1946, when it was first adopted. This was more than sixty years ago. 519 more words

City Of Los Angeles

Update on Vickery Towers

Previously, LGNA had updated residents about the proposed development at the old Vickery Towers location at Greenville and Belmont. The owner of the senior’s home had intended to develop a residential community on the site. 437 more words

Local News

Sound Recording Groups Win Today, May Have to Face the Music in the Future

The Atlanta music industry was up in arms over a proposed amendment to the city’s zoning code that would have severely restricted the location of sound recording studios. 1,076 more words

Law And Government

How Seattle's Well-Intentioned Planning Experiment Went Wrong

This post originally appeared on Next City; learn more about Next City and its mission here.

When the city of Seattle began drafting a proposal to increase density and improve housing affordability across the city, known as the Housing Affordability and Livability Agenda, or… 1,212 more words

City Hall

Is it Time to Revisit Restrictions on Home-Based Businesses in Condominium Associations?

What do Apple Computer, Mary Kay Cosmetics, and the Ford Motor Company all have in common? These corporations all started out as home-based businesses.  With recent technological gains, more individuals are not only working from home but, in fact, more than half of all U.S. 1,667 more words

Michigan Condominium Act