Montgomery County Comprehensive Rezoning Amendments
County-Wide Comprehensive Rezoning Amendments
Introduced by Montgomery County Council
On May 7, 2013, the Montgomery County Council introduced a Zoning Text Amendment ("ZTA") and a District Map Amendment ("DMA") to implement the comprehensive Zoning Ordinance Rewrite recently drafted by the Montgomery County Planning Board. The ZTA and DMA propose the comprehensive rezoning of many areas of the County with the assignment of new zones to replace most existing zones. The ZTA also completely restructures the existing Zoning Ordinance, providing development standards and use standards for all of the new proposed zones, new development approval procedures and grandfathering provisions for existing uses and structures. A public hearing at the Council on the ZTA and DMA is scheduled for June 11, 2013 at 7:30 p.m.
Please review the ZTA and related materials prepared by the Planning Board including an Interactive Zoning Map to determine if a new zone is proposed to replace the current zoning classification of your property. For further information and discussion contact one of our land use attorneys listed below.
Todd D. Brown at 301-961-5218 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Yum Yu Cheng at 301-961-5219 or email@example.com
C. Robert Dalrymple at 301-961-5208 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Stephen P. Elmendorf at 301-961-5110 or email@example.com
Erin E. Girard at 301-961-5153 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Nathan J. Greenbaum at 301-961-5196 or email@example.com
Stephen Z. Kaufman at 301-961-5156 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Anne M. Mead at 301-961-5127 or email@example.com
Barbara A. Sears at 301-961-5157 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Emily J. Vaias at 301-961-5174 or email@example.com
Scott C. Wallace at 301-961-5124 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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