Introduction: State and Local Land Use Planning and Control in the Agricultural Context
South Dakota Law Review
This introduction discusses the role of state and local land use planning as it affects agriculture. The author reviews three legislative approaches advocated to guarantee or increase statewide involvement in planning and control, including the formulation of statewide comprehensive land use plans. The author concludes that consistent exercise of the zoning power by local government pursuant to comprehensive land use plans will preserve agricultural lands.
Julian Conrad Juergensmeyer, Introduction: State and Local Land Use Planning and Control in the Agricultural Context, 25 S. D. L. Rev. 463 (1980).
Institutional Repository Citation
Juergensmeyer, Julian C., "Introduction: State and Local Land Use Planning and Control in the Agricultural Context" (1980). Faculty Publications By Year. 773.
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