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California Zoning: Historic Preservation, The Williamson Act, Water Supply and Coastal Developments (LULO50B)


 
  • Product Format
  • Pre Recorded Webinar
  • Presenter(s)
  • Daniel P. Dalton  
  • Conference Date
  • Thursday, October 1, 2015
  • Aired Time
  • 1:00 pm ET - 12:00 pm CT - 11:00 am MT - 10:00 am PT
  • Length
  • 60 minutes

Get a 360° View of California Zoning Law For Land Development in Coastal, Farmland, Historic & Sensitive Areas

California is a very difficult state when it comes to land development because of its complex zoning laws. As a developer or a professional involved in the construction industry, you must be aware of the basic concepts to help you in the process of land use development in the state.

In this webinar, presented by expert speaker Daniel Dalton, you will learn about the various sources of regulation in California by which local, regional, state and federal governments protect important resources and interest typically affected by development. These regulations are put in place to protect, amongst others, aesthetic, cultural and historic resources; agricultural land; coastal land; open spaces and scenic views; and, water resources and catchment areas.

As such, all land development in California has to be wary of non-compliance when it comes to these regulations. This learning session will help you to perceive, understand and engage with these regulations. After attending this event, you will have a basic understanding of the developmental process for land adjacent to coastal waters, farmlands and sensitive properties in California.

Session Highlights

In this program you'll learn about the various sources of land use restrictions in California:

  • Design Review and Historic Preservation (aesthetic, cultural and historic resources)
  • Williamson Act Contracts (agricultural lands and agricultural economy)
  • Coastal Development (coastal lands, water and habitat)
  • Transfer of Development Rights (preservation of open space, scenic views, agricultural lands and historic landmarks)
  • Water Supply Planning, Storm Water Requirements and Congestion Management Programs (planning and development of vital infrastructure and utilities)
  • Prevailing wage and Public Bidding concerns (economic health of the labor force)

Who should attend

  • Property Owners and attorneys working with them on land development;
  • Land use planners;
  • Developers;
  • Planning Commissioners;
  • City Council Members;
  • Zoning Board Members; and
  • Real Estate Professionals.

At the Q&A session following the live event, ask a question and get advice unique to your situation, directly from our expert speaker.

 

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About the Presenter(s):

Daniel P. Dalton, the founding member of Dalton & Tomich PLC in Detroit, Michigan, concentrates his practice on litigating land use and zoning disputes on behalf of religious organizations throughout the United States. Mr. Dalton has been highly rated, was recognized as a top land use lawyer in the U.S. in 2011, and was named one of the top 25 attorneys in Michigan in 2010. In addition, he was elected to serve the City of Plymouth, Michigan as a City Council member and serves on several boards and committees throughout the country. Mr. Dalton also chairs the Religious Land Use committee of the ABA State and Local Law Section and is a life member and fellow of the American Bar Foundation and a member of the American Planning Association and Michigan Planning Society.