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Check List #3; For Adoption of an Interim Zoning Ordinance in Michigan

This series of pamphlets present a chronological step-by-step checklist to walk a county, village and city, or township through the process of adopting of an interim zoning ordinance in Michigan.  The checklist follows Michigan Zoning Enabling Act of 2006 statutory requirements, superceding the old acts as of July 1, 2006.   The checklist also indicates what documentation should be kept on file. Written by Kurt H. Schindler, MSU Extension Regional Land Use Educator. (Please make sure your copy is not dated before May 1, 2008)



Check List #4; For Adoption of a Zoning Ordinance Amendment (including some PUDs) in Michigan

This series of pamphlets present a chronological step-by-step checklist to walk a county, village and city, or township through the process of adopting of a zoning amendment in Michigan.  The checklist follows Michigan Zoning Enabling Act of 2006 statutory requirements, superceding the old acts as of July 1, 2006.   The checklist also indicates what documentation should be kept on file. Written by Kurt H. Schindler, MSU Extension Regional Land Use Educator. (Please make sure your copy is not dated before May 1, 2008)



Check List #5; For Processing a Zoning Special Use Permit (including some PUDs) in Michigan

This series of pamphlets present a chronological step-by-step checklist to walk a county, village and city, or township through the processing a special use permit (including some PUDs) in Michigan.  The checklist follows Michigan Zoning Enabling Act of 2006 statutory requirements, superceding the old acts as of July 1, 2006.   The checklist also indicates what documentation should be kept on file. Written by Kurt H. Schindler, MSU Extension Regional Land Use Educator. (Please make sure your copy is not dated before May 1, 2008)



Check List #6; For Processing a Zoning Appeal and Variance in Michigan

This series of pamphlets present a chronological step-by-step checklist to walk a county, village and city, or township through the processing a zoning appeal and variance in Michigan.  The checklist follows Michigan Zoning Enabling Act of 2006 statutory requirements, superceding the old acts as of July 1, 2006.   The checklist also indicates what documentation should be kept on file. Written by Kurt H. Schindler, MSU Extension Regional Land Use Educator. (Please make sure your copy is not dated before May 1, 2008)



Check List #C1; For Adoption of a County Plan in Michigan

This series of pamphlets present a chronological step-by-step checklist to walk a county, village and city, or township through the process of adopting a plan or amending a plan. The checklist follows Michigan statutory requirements for plan adoption or amendment. The checklist also indicates what documentation should be kept on file. These reflect the 2001 amendments to the Planning Acts. 14 pp.



Check List #M1; For Adoption of a City and Village Plan in Michigan

This series of pamphlets present a chronological step-by-step checklist to walk a county, village and city, or township through the process of adopting a plan or amending a plan. The checklist follows Michigan statutory requirements for plan adoption or amendment. The checklist also indicates what documentation should be kept on file. These reflect the 2001 amendments to the Planning Acts. 15 pp.



Check List #T1; For Adoption of a Township Plan in Michigan

This series of pamphlets present a chronological step-by-step checklist to walk a county, village and city, or township through the process of adopting a plan or amending a plan. The checklist follows Michigan statutory requirements for plan adoption or amendment. The checklist also indicates what documentation should be kept on file. These reflect the 2001 amendments to the Planning Acts. 15 pp.



Elected Officials: Dealing with Constituent Complaints on Planning and Zoning Issues

Elected officials frequently hear from constituents who are unhappy with a decision concerning a zoning permit, site plan, or the enforcement of a zoning ordinance. This pamphlet is written to help elected officials evaluate the options when asked to intervene in such cases. It offers suggestions on how to address specific situations to insure due process and to avoid unintended consequences and additional conflict. Most importantly it points out some actions by elected officials that can result in far greater problems. 10 pp.



Michigan Open Meeting Act Decision Tree

This pamphlet is designed to help local officials and citizens answer the following two questions: 1. Is a body, organization, or other meeting subject to the Michigan Open Meeting Act? 2. If so, can part of that open meeting be closed to the public? The flow chart, or decision tree, is based on P.A. 267 of 1976, as amended, (Michigan Open Meeting Act, M.C.L. 15.261 et seq.), Michigan Attorney General Opinions, and case law established by Michigan courts. 4 pp.



Sample Approach to Update a Zoning Ordinance to Comply With Michigan Zoning Enabling Act of 2006

This pamphlet present one approach for zoning amendments to comply with the Michigan Zoning Enabling Act of 2006. Local governments must follow the Acts procedures starting July 1, 2006. By July 1, 2007 the zoning ordinance must be amended to conform with the Michigan Zoning Enabling Act of 2006. Written by Kurt H. Schindler, MSU Extension Regional Land Use Educator, and Mark A. Wyckoff, Director of Planning and Zoning Center at MSU. (Please make sure your copy is not dated before May 1, 2008.)



Summary of Property Takings Case Law

This pamphlet reviews the court cases which have established the rules and considerations for taking of private property by government, and by government regulation. The pamphlet reviews “exactions,” Michigan takings case law, taking valuation, and the newest court involving land at Lake Tahoe. 6 pp.



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