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HB 367 Nonconforming uses; uses that do not conform to zoning prescribed for district, etc.
SUMMARY AS PASSED: (all summaries)
Nonconforming uses. Provides that if a use does not conform to the zoning prescribed for the district in which such use is situated, and if (i) a business license was issued by the locality for such use and (ii) the holder of such business license has operated continuously in the same location for at least 15 years and has paid all local taxes related to such use, the locality shall permit the holder of such business license to apply for a rezoning or a special use permit without charge by the locality or any agency affiliated with the locality for fees associated with such filing.