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The City now seeks an innovative professional planning consultant (or consultant team) to use these resources, and gather additional data as necessary, to create an Implementable Comprehensive Plan following the planning principles and key objectives currently being promoted by the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED) and in compliance with Act 247 of 1968, as amended, the Pennsylvania Municipalities Planning Code.
Challenges to such laws will again be governed by the Municipalities Planning Code.
According to the lawsuit, the local ordinance violates the Nutrient Management Act, the Water Resources Planning Act, the Right to Farm Law, the Agricultural Area Security Law and the Municipalities Planning Code.
House Bill 1718- Amends Pennsylvania Municipalities Planning Code, clarifying the percentage of financial security able to be retained by the governing body and extending the time period for a property owner to dispute fees.
House Bill 1609: Amends the Municipalities Planning Code to provide for traditional neighborhood development.
Program topics include agriculture security area law, the Pennsylvania Farmland and Forest Land Assessment Act, the Right to Farm Act, municipalities planning codes, farmland protection and various case studies.
According to the lawsuit, the local ordinance violates the Nutrient Management Act, the Domestic Animals Law, the Right to Farm Law, the Agricultural Area Security Law and the Municipalities Planning Code.
Under the terms of Act 67 of 2000, an amendment to the Pennsylvania Municipalities Planning Code, contiguous municipalities that create a joint comprehensive plan may accommodate required land uses on a regional basis rather than in each municipality.