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Administration & Enforcement of Land Use Laws & Regs (2005)

For many years, enabling statutes have authorized a broad array of local governments to deal with the pressures of development. Municipalities have historically enacted zoning, subdivision regulation site plan approval and other traditional land use controls. More recently, municipalities have begun to regulate in more non-traditional areas, such as historic preservation, architectural review, flood control, etc.

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Municipal officialsand the municipal attorneys who guide themare faced with the problem of enacting and administering these land use controls. In addition, when these local land use regulations are violated, municipal officials must devise strategies for the enforcement thereof.

This program provides a basic-level review of the typical methods of enactment, administration and enforcement of various land use regulations. Included in this review is a discussion of how to comply with the State Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQR) in the enactment and administration of these controls. In addition, the various state and federal restraints on enforcement of these controls are discussed.

Program Contents

Statutory Framework of Municipal Land Use Laws and Regulations

Enactment of Municipal Land Use Laws and Regulations

Administration of Local Land Use Laws and Regulations

Interplay of SEQR with Land Use Laws and Regulations

Enforcement of Municipal Land Use Laws and Regulations

Federal and State Limitations Upon Municipal Land Use Law

Ethical Issues Involved in the Practice of Municipal land Use

Program Speakers

Robert H. Feller, Esq. (Chair)
Bond Schoeneck and King, PLLC

Andrew Brick, Esq.
The Brick Law Firm

Matthew F. Fuller, Esq.
FitzGerald Morris Baker Firth P.C.
Glens Falls

Riele Morganiewicz, Esq.
New York State Conference of Mayors

Mark Schachner, Esq.
Miller, Mannix, Schachner & Hafner LLC
Glens Falls

Lawrence H. Weintraub, Esq.
Senior Attorney
New York State Department of State

Harry J. Willis, Esq.
Associate Attorney
New York State Department of State

Total MCLE Credits 7.0

Ethics MCLE Credits 1.0

* Each additional person who uses the tapes for MCLE credit must purchase a copy of the “MCLE coursebook.”

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MCLE Coursebook
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