This volume explains the board's responsibilities and the limits of its power; discusses common types of zoning cases; provides model rules of procedure; and offers pointers on how to solve persistent problems. It is filled with examples from zoning practice and ordinance language.
The author stresses the importance of good rules as the foundation of good board performance. A long chapter discusses membership, meetings, offices, records, public notice, staff, procedures at hearings, and a myriad of other topics.
Frederick Bair, Jr