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Washington Real Property Deskbook Series Volume 5: Land Use Planning

Publication Year: 4th ed. updated 2016   Publication Type: Deskbook

Description:

Volume 5 deals with the process of land use regulation—the development and administration of those rules that guide and control the decisions on where and how development may occur; what considerations are material, and by what processes those decisions should be made. The focus in this volume is on the regulatory processes—such as those set out under the Growth Management Act (GMA), Shoreline Management Act (SMA), and State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) at the programmatic level—as well as the considerations that apply to communities and regulatory agencies wrestling with what the rules ought to be. Volume 5 attempts to outline how future growth problems may be addressed as well as regulation under current law. Includes downloadable forms.

The 2016 supplement to Volume 5, Land Use Planning, reflects major developments through August 2016 in the process of land use regulation and associated regulatory processes. Because of significant changes in the law since publication of the fourth edition in 2011, the following chapters have been completely replaced rather than merely supplemented: 1, 2, 3, 6, 9, 10, 11, 15, 17, and 19.

Note: No physical product will be shipped to you when you subscribe to this deskbook. Access to this deskbook is online only by annual subscription. The forms that come with this deskbook are also online (downloadable) only; no physical CD of forms will be sent to you. To order a print copy of this deskbook with CD of forms, click here.

Editors:
Alexander W. (Sandy) Mackie, Heather L. Burgess (Editor-in-Chief), Thomas A. Barkewitz, James C. Carmody, Jessica Clawson, F.J. (Rick) Dullanty, Mark E. Fickes, Ann M. Gygi, Michael M. Hanis, Daniel Kearns, Duana Kolouskova, Aaron M. Laing, Peter Livingston, Eric S. Merrifield, Scott M. Missall, Carol Morris, Alison Moss, Patrick J. Mullaney, Steven (Steve) L. Pfeiffer, Nathan G. Smith, Bob Tobin, Kristine R. Wilson

Authors:
Leonard Bauer, Karen D. Breckenridge, Heather L. Burgess, Jack R. Burns, Darren E. Carnell, John T. Cooke, Keith W. Dearborn, Jay Derr, Abigail Pearl DeWeese, David Dicks, Susan Elizabeth Drummond, Tom Ehrlichman, Holly D. Golden, Clayton P. Graham, Duncan Greene, Ann M. Gygi, G. Richard Hill, Brian L. Holtzclaw, Jamila A. Johnson, Katie Kendall, Tadas Kisielius, Eric S. Laschever, Gilbert H. Levy, Ray Liaw, Jeffrey B. Litwak, Alexander W. (Sandy) Mackie, Charles E. Maduell, Robert A. Maynard, Ash Miller, Richard E. Mitchell, Merissa A. Moeller, Kelly F. Moser, Julie Nichols, Virginia R. Nicholson, Joseph V. Panesko, Michael J. Sinsky, Julie A. Wilson-McNerney

Table of Contents:

 Title
 End-User License Agreement
 Index to Forms and Appendices
 Preface to the Fourth Edition
 Preface to the 2016 Supplement
 Important Note About Local Hearings Board Decisions Cited in This Volume
 About the Editors
Chapter 1 Growth Management Act
Chapter 2 Comprehensive Plans
Chapter 3 Population Identification and Allocation
Chapter 4 Resource Lands-Designation and Conservation
Chapter 5 Critical Areas
Chapter 6 Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area Act
Chapter 7 Annexations, Incorporation, and Boundary Review Boards
Chapter 8 Zoning
Chapter 9 Transportation and Land Use
Chapter 10 Affordable Housing
Chapter 11 Historic Preservation
Chapter 12 Regulation of Adult Entertainment
Chapter 13 Growth Management Hearings Board
Chapter 14 State Environmental Policy Act- Programmatic or Planned Actions or Sepa-Gma
Chapter 15 Shoreline Planning and Regulation
Chapter 16 Coastal Zone Management and Watershed Planning
Chapter 17 Puget Sound Partnership
Chapter 18 The Public Trust Doctrine
Chapter 19 Regulatory Taking and Inverse Condemnation
Chapter 20 Federal Public Lands
 Table of Cases
 Table of Statutes
 Table of References
 Subject Index