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Posted on: June 1, 2016

[ARCHIVED] Development 101 Returns in the Fall

To educate residents and business owners on permitting, code enforcement, and zoning The Chamblee Development Department will host a Development 101 class series in the fall.

In the fall, the Development 101 program will host a series of classes about development to educate residents and business owners on the Unified Development Ordinance, zoning, permitting and code enforcement. The classes are open to anyone who wants to take them, though spaces are limited and will be filled on a first come, first-served basis. Five classes are tentatively planned: Aug. 9 • UDO Organization and Administration What it covers, how to find information, whom to contact, overview of what’s new Sept. 13 • Zoning Zoning districts, use table and provision, parking, signs, rezoning process Oct. 11 • Building Construction Permitting Types of permits needed, permitting process, building codes Nov. 8 • Land Disturbance Permitting Types of permits needed, permitting process, site codes (buffers, trees, soil erosion, floodplain, storm-water)Dec. 13 • Code Enforcement Violations and non-conforming uses, who to contact, penalties and actions 
 Classes will last 90 minutes and begin at 6:30 p.m. Confirmation of registration will be sent by email. It will include notification of the location of the class, which is tentatively set for a meeting room near City Hall, but will be determined later based on the number of participants.
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