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- v. Present participle of zone.
- n. Legislative action for the purpose of regulating the use of property and the construction of buildings within the area under the jurisdiction of the legislative body concerned.
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- n. dividing an area into zones or sections reserved for different purposes such as residence and business and manufacturing etc
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So this issue of rotation which was eventually adopted as a gentleman agreement which we called zoning rather than rotation, there was no formula that was adopted.
Is that you really do need to install what we call zoning where you prevent employee and equipment traffic from raw areas to processed areas.
I grew up in Westwood in the 60s and knew that "zoning" was probably a code word for no blacks.
"There will also be some design requirements for bike parking in terms of specific types of bike racks," she said, noting that a complete draft of the new zoning is expected to ready for county approval in August 2011.
On the notion that zoning is adopted that is tuned to the needs of local residents, firs, there is the fact is that most local communities adopt their zoning from standardized models, with little or no amendment, and second, it assumes that all stakeholders are equally effective in getting their interests taken into consideration, when in most localities there is a pronounced bias toward the perceived interests of developers.
* For certain zoning conditions, something like parking requirements are entirely ad hoc, so community response is critical.
Earlier this week, the U.S. Justice Department said it is watching 11 cases of potential land-use discrimination against Muslims, a notable increase given that the law is intended to protect religious minorities in zoning disputes and its very existence suggests a growing awareness of religious pluralism and acceptance in America.
In terms of basic principles of social justice, this sort of discrimination in zoning, renting, jobs, etc. must end, and while some of the disparity is brought on Israeli Arabs by themselves, not all of itis.
The alternative I have experienced to zoning is home-owner associations.
As for ‘zoning’ and this article, I have a lot of experience with zoning while doing work for Habitat for Humanity and zoning is generally used by the wealthy (liberal or conservative) to push a viewpoint they want since they generally control the process.
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