depends on the preservation of the right to freely own, use and transfer real property. PAR believes that by advocating sound land use practices, the value of ...
(adopted 1966, amended 1972, reviewed 2000). Orderly Development - Planning Process - Regional Approaches. The League supports comprehensive ...
A review of the Legal and Institutional Framework for LUP. Nancy del Prado ... institutional review. Drs. Henk Lutchman. Specialist in Spatial. Development Planning. Dr. Christine Toppin -. Allahar. Environmental legal specialist and a degree in ...
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LAND USE PLANNING We support comprehensive long-range planning for Montgomery County and the Washington Metropolitan Area and support the preservation of agricultural lands through various easement measures and other means. Support for: Growth 1. A General Plan for Montgomery County providing for structured growth and including areas of concentrated development, separated by clearly defined areas of open space. (1962, reaffirmed 1973) 2. Growth in Montgomery County controlled by: a) zoning, which should be strictly enforced b) making services (such as schools, water supply, sewers, fire and police protection, transportation and roads) available as development proceeds. (1973, 1982, reaffirmed 1985) c) the concept that when building and rebuilding communities, designs should include incentives for using non-motorized forms of travel, particularly bicycling and walking. (2008) (For details, see Transportation Position # 5.) Planning Process 3. The bi-county structure of the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission under the Regional District Act. (1991) 4. The County Council appointing all members of the Montgomery County Planning Board. (1989) 5. The County Council setting planning priorities through approval of the Planning Board budget and annual work program. (1976, 1985, 1989, revised 2009) 6. The Planning Board preparing master plans and sector plans and amendments with the County Executive participating fully from the beginning of the process. The County Executive should not be able to modify the Planning Board’s final draft before submitting it to the County Council. (1989 1991) 7. The Planning Board approving preliminary plans of subdivision, based on criteria for administering the Adequate Public Facilities Ordinance (APFO) approved by the County Council. (1986, 1989) 8. (1989, deleted 2009) 9. (1976, reworded 1985, deleted 2009) Zoning 10. Zoning ordinances and related regulations requiring provisions for low- and moderate-income housing in all residential and mixed-use zones. (1970, reworded Annual Meeting 1989) 11. Zoning ordinances that: a) have special exception uses that are specifically defined and appropriate to the zone in which they are allowed. (2007) b) are written clearly and avoid conflicts and contradictions. (2007) c) have sufficient land available for the uses permitted by right in each zone. (2007) d) provide for the Board of Appeals to make decisions on special exceptions (1989), but allow decisions on appropriate special exception uses by the Hearing Examiner. (2007) e) address issues related to infill and redevelopment in large and/or individual sites. (2007) 12. Zoning Text amendments should: a) not conflict with Master Plans. (2007) b) be relevant to more than a specific property. (2007) 13. Use of standards and licensing in lieu of special exceptions for some uses, such as accessory apartments. (2007) a) Standards should be clear, specific, understandable and enforceable. (2007) b) Adequate inspection and enforcement is essential. (2007) 14. The Planning Board preparing zoning map amendments for approval by the Council. The County Executive should not be able to veto them. (1989) Financing 15. (1986, deleted 2009) Green Infrastructure 16. Continued funding by Montgomery County of the Legacy Open Space (LOS) program. (2003) 17. Purchase of Open Space land for biodiversity hubs and corridors, using flexible funding. (2003) 18. Consideration of passageways for animal migration in the construction of new roads or intersection improvement. (2003) (edit 2005) Published by LWVMC 06-2011, Local Program
19. The use and consideration of the concept of Green Infrastructure as a criterion in the planning and zoning processes. (2003) 20. The inclusion of the concept of Green Infrastructure as a criterion in park acquisition and management plans. (2003) Agriculture Reserve and Rural Open Space 21. The Transferable Development Rights (TDR) program and its goals of conserving farmland, compensating rural land owners for down-zoning and consolidating growth (2002) through: a) modifying the TDR easement to permit only agricultural and single family residential uses (2006) b) improving the Master plan process for determining potential receiving areas through more intense review of the land and community characteristics prior to designation of receiving areas (2003) c) the planning staff’s developing a mechanism for designating receiving areas in CBD, transit stations and town centers (2003) d) requiring the use of TDRs for some residential density increase, ie. in floating or mixed use zones (2006) e) designating the development (5th) TDR as one for use in commercial, office and R&D development (2006) f) adopting a planning goal of no-net-loss of receiving areas (2003) g) implementing an improved system for tracking TDR activity and assigning responsibility for compliance with the steps of the process (2003) h) on-site afforestation for TDR receiving areas - opposing off-site alternatives in TDR receiving areas. (2003) 22. Current restrictions on the uses permitted in the Agriculture Reserve (2002) and providing for: a) monitoring uses that require a special exception (2004) b) restricting activities and events in the RDT zone that stimulate a need for commercial or industrial development in that zone. (2004) 23. A policy that considers preservation of productive farmland to be a primary design consideration for development in the Rural Density Transfer (RDT) zone by: (2004) a) emphasizing cluster development (2004) b) modifying the child lot provision to allow zoning density to be exceeded only by child lots (2006) c) a minimum 5 year holding period before the title to a child lot can be transferred (2006) d) restricting the provision of water and sewer service beyond the established envelope and limiting service to private institutional facilities (PIFs) in the following ways: (2004) 1) sizing Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission (WSSC) capital projects to serve only the PIF 2) permitting only a PIF itself to apply for service 3) denying all requests for service requiring a WSSC pump station 4) denying all requests for service for new and expanded uses in the RDT zone 5) providing review by the County Council of requests to provide water and sewer service to properties that abut the sewer main beyond the service envelope. e) restricting the use of sand mound technology for sewerage disposal in agricultural zones (2006) f) establishing a requirement in the county for purchasers to be notified of the presence of sand mound technology and of the need for scheduling maintenance (2006) 24. Policies to ensure the viability of agriculture in Montgomery County including: (2004) a) agricultural and rural open space preservation programs in Montgomery county (2002) 1) including the purchase of agricultural easements on RDT-zoned land based upon the value of building lots offered to be terminated (BLT) if funds are available (2006) 2) priority to be in order of applications received (2006) b) flexible payment options for conservation easements (2004) c) enhanced deer management practices (2004) d) a tax policy for agricultural land including the agricultural assessment, the county agricultural land transfer tax (2002) and fuel and energy tax reductions. (2004) 25. The program of designated Rustic Roads. (2002)