CHAPTER 19 REVIEW QUESTIONS

  1. The ___ attitude refers essentially to government noninterference in private affairs.
    laissez-faire
  2. ___ is a measurement of the number of people or residential units allowed per unit of land, such as residents or employees per acre.  ___ is a measurement of the extent to which land may be developed or used.
    Density, Intensity
  3. The Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act of 1980 (CERCLA), known as ___ was enacted to address abandoned hazardous waste sites.
    "superfund"
  4. The tool used by government to implement the comprehensive plan is ___.
    zoning
  5. Residential zoning is based on ___.
    density
  6. Elevated construction is a FEMA requirement when a residence is located in a floodplain designated as ___.
    Zone V
  7. A property owner may quality for a ___ if they can show they suffer a hardship.
    variance
  8. Zoning is derived from governmental authority originating from ___.
    police power
  9. The restriction that does not allow a building permit to be issued until adequate infrastructure is provided is a requirement of the ___ ___.
    concurrency rules
  10. Legal permission to continue a nonconforming use is called ___.
    grandfathering
  11. ___ businesses are those that bring money into a community to meet local payroll costs.
    Basic
  12. A planned unit development is also referred to as ___ ___.
    cluster zoning
  13. Legal permission to change the use of a property within a zoning classification requires the owner to seek a ___ ___.
    special exception
  14. A ___ ___ must be granted before the construction of a new or existing building can legally occur.  A ___ ___ ___ authorizes occupancy of a newly constructed structure and is issued by the local government when work has been completed and final inspections passed.
    building permit, certificate of occupancy
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CHAPTER 19 REVIEW QUESTIONS
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REVIEW QUESTIONS
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