County votes for land use anarchy

Steve Schear schear at
Sun Dec 29 19:21:07 PST 2002

Georgia County Fed Up with Too Many Rules and Regulations

Excerpt: Fed up with the complexity of zoning ordinances and various other 
land use restrictions already in existence, and a new raft of rules handed 
down by the state government, elected officials in Habersham County, 
Georgia, took a radical and unprecedented step. They voted to eliminate all 
land use regulations for the county, as well as the planning commission and 
building inspectors.

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