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zon·ing

(zōn'ing),
The occurrence of a stronger reaction in a lesser amount of suspected serum, observed sometimes in serologic tests used in the diagnosis of syphilis, and probably the result of high antibody titer.

zon·ing

(zōn'ing)
The occurrence of a stronger reaction in a lesser amount of suspected serum, observed sometimes in serologic tests used in the diagnosis of syphilis, and probably the result of high antibody titer.

zoning

(zōn′ing)
The occurrence of a stronger fixation of complement in a lesser amount of suspected serum; a phenomenon occasionally observed in diagnosing syphilis by the complement-fixation method.
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Rudin Management owns seven buildings in the rezoning area.
With real estate commissions, closing costs and moving expenses necessary to relocate, plus a possible decline in property value easily totaling $10,000 or more, owners should be absolutely certain that nothing in the rezoning would diminish their property values before they acquiesce to this plan.
In my model, the conditioning variables are associated with the question of why rezoning decisions are made, whereas the type of decision behavior is allied with the question of how zoning decisions are made.
Typically, a quasi-static analysis may involve on the order of 100 time steps, and, depending on the amount of distortion, may require several rezoning phases.
A community group promised to attend the scoping meeting ahead of the event to speak out against Industry City's rezoning plan, which they say would "accelerate the loss of good-quality manufacturing jobs that Sunset Park residents depend on," according to a press release from members of UPROSE and Protect Our Working Waterfront Alliance (POWWA).
This rezoning will increase density for hundreds of properties.
The move would require rezoning the property from an A-3 agricultural district to an Agricultural Resource Commercial District-Aggregate Extraction and Reuse.
An August report by Rob Trotter, the county's Director of Planning, recommended that council examine potential rezoning applications stemming from severance applications before applicants present their case to the Committee of Adjustment.
The rezoning came up for a public hearing and an expected vote at the commissioners' regular meeting Monday night.
The article would have required a two-thirds vote to pass, but the majority of the more than 250 residents present voted against rezoning after much heated debate.
A city had sufficient grounds to deny a rezoning application solely based on the opinions of residents familiar with the area and did not need to consider expert opinions, according to the Supreme Court of Alabama.
A city-initiated rezoning of a large swath of downtown Little Rock in 2000 to "Urban Use" that largely went unnoticed has left Rawls in the cold, questioning the viability of his green business.