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What is a Conditional Use?

A Conditional Use is a use permissible within a district other than a principally permitted use, which requires a Conditional Use Certificate, and approval by the Board of Zoning Appeals.  A school or church in a district zoned residential is an example of a Conditional Use.  Conditional Uses have some special impact or uniqueness which

What is a variance?

A variance is an official permit to do something in a way or for a purpose normally forbidden by a zoning law or a building code. No variance shall be granted that is greater than the minimum necessary to relieve the hardship or practical difficulty demonstrated by the applicant. The requested variance must satisfy each

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