Monday, October 19, 2009
The much hyped (deservedly so in my mind) Miami 21 land development code is scheduled for a second reading before council this Thursday. The code's use of the transect as a regulatory organizing tool is particularly innovative and useful.
In advance of the hearing, several very interesting "white papers" related to the Miami 21 effort were recently posted on the official website. You can find all of them here.
This one on waivers and variances may be especially interesting to land use legal types.
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