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It is the purpose of this chapter to encourage smart growth and increased housing production in Massachusetts. Smart growth is a principle of land development that emphasizes mixing land uses,...
The Purpose of this Act is to maximize the social, economic and environmental benefits of public infrastructure development and to minimize the unnecessary costs of sprawl development including...
Establishes Urban Growth Boundaries for Oregon, which must be based on an adopted 20-year population forecast for each urban area and must provide for needed housing, employment and other urban uses...
This law requires Iowa agencies, local governments, and other public entities to consider and apply smart growth principles during deliberation of all appropriate planning, zoning, development, and...
This law provides that a coordinated and comprehensive planning effort by state agencies on future development in New Hampshire is needed. The planning policy is expected to not only improve the...
This Vermont law requires suitable mitigation for the conversion of primary agricultural soils in the state. The specific mitigation required depends on where the project tract is located.
The purpose of the Georgia Quality Growth Grant Program is to provide eligible recipients with state financial assistance for the implementation of quality growth initiatives that are outside the...
Florida's growth management laws represent the state legislature's finding that agricultural production is a major contributor to the economy of the state; that agricultural lands constitute unique...
This Wisconsin law supports planning efforts that achieve specific smart growth goals, such as: the redevelopment of lands with existing infrastructure and public services; the encouragement of...
This local plan for Contra Costa County limits urban development in the county to no more than thirty-five percent of the land in the county. At least sixty-five percent of all land in the county...
This guide presents farmers and ranchers with a straight-up view of environmental markets: what they are, how they work and which ones can be most useful in helping to support agricultural operations...
Food system planning is the integration of food system issues into policies, plans, and programming at all levels of government work. It has recently become a recognized expertise within the planning...
Planning is a multi-faceted process localities use to prepare for change. In many respects, it is like the sequencing of steps and activities people and organizations have used for centuries to...
This ordinance allows and regulates the keeping of fowl, livestock, miniature livestock, and honeybees in the City of Austin, Texas. It specifies the requirements for number, location, and enclosure...
This ordinance allows and regulates the keeping of animals within city limits. It specifies requirements for raising dogs, rabbits, guinea pigs, chickens, turkeys, horses, cows, goats, and sheep.
This ordinance allows keeping of equine animals, cloven-hoofed animals, chickens, turkeys, ducks, guineas, geese, pheasants, pigeons or other domestic fowl in the city, contingent on owner...
This Petaluma, California ordinance provides for licensing and permitting for the ownership of cows, horses, goats, sheep, and pigs within city limits.
This ordinance permits and regulates the keeping of farm animals, such as goats, pigs, sheep, chickens, ducks, rabbitsand bees.
This ordinance allows the keeping within city limits of horses, mules, donkeys, burros, cattle, sheep, goats, swine, chickens, geese, ducks or turkeys, subject to a permiting process.
This Miami, Florida ordinance allows the keeping and maintenance of live poultry, fowl, or grazing animals within city limits are long as the owner obtains a permit from the county health unit.

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