2 edition of Laws which regulate land use in Pennsylvania found in the catalog.
Laws which regulate land use in Pennsylvania
Thomas Mellon Schmidt
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by Thomas M. Schmidt and Helen S. Cordell.|
|Contributions||Cordell, Helen S., joint author., Pennsylvania Land Policy Project., Pennsylvania. Office of State Planning and Development., Western Pennsylvania Conservancy.|
|LC Classifications||KFP458.Z9 S35|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||60 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||60|
|LC Control Number||75623580|
Here’s the problem: In , the oil and gas industries operating in Pennsylvania were acquiring land leases that would allow them to extract natural gas using the process known as “fracking.” Many rural municipalities had been targeted already for this activity, and the state Legislature had enacted laws forbidding local governments from limiting or banning the . Federal and state governments exercise more comprehensive jurisdiction over environmental matters than local governments, who more typically regulate land development and land use. Under these laws, landowners must comply with a variety of statutes and regulations governing emissions to the air, discharges to water, and disposal on land. Zoning ordinances, the most prominent form of local land use regulation, are laws that group compatible land uses together. These ordinances may preserve quiet and safety in residential areas, minimize and manage traffic, reduce fire risks, maintain open space and views you get the idea. A typical zoning code has two parts: [ ].
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Get this from a library. Laws which regulate land use in Pennsylvania: a supplementary study of the Pennsylvania Land Policy Project: prepared for the Pennsylvania Office of State Planning and Development, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania: an activity of the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy.
[Thomas Mellon Schmidt; Helen S Cordell; Pennsylvania Land Policy Project. The Land Use Law Library is an electronic source of information on land use and planning law in Pennsylvania.
It contains links to the Municipalities Planning Code (MPC) and other Pennsylvania statutes. It also provides summaries of appellate-level court cases and decisions with a bearing on land use and planning law.
Laws affecting the use and possession of land itself fall under the umbrella of "land use laws." Sometimes land you own may be used by someone who does not legally own or possess your land.
This may include public entities, such as the government or city workers, or individuals who may frequent the land in a variety of settings, such as mail.
Zoning laws regulate land uses. These laws can affect every business and many activities. Under Article VI Section of the Pennsylvania Municipalities Planning Code, violating a zoning ordinance could result in fines up to $, plus fees.
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Land-use controls have been a part of Western civilization since the Roman Empire in b.c. promulgated regulations concerning setback lines of buildings from boundaries and for distances between trees and tions on the use of land existed in colonial.
By the end of the s, land use advocates and local officials agreed that the reform most needed to curb sprawl in Pennsylvania was a revision of the laws that govern land use and planning in the state.
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