Resource land dwelling policy
The Legislative Assembly declares that land use regulations limit residential development on some less productive resource land acquired before the owners could reasonably be expected to know of the regulations. In order to assist these owners while protecting the state’s more productive resource land from the detrimental effects of uses not related to agriculture and forestry, it is necessary to:
(1) Provide certain owners of less productive land an opportunity to build a dwelling on their land; and
(2) Limit the future division of and the siting of dwellings upon the state’s more productive resource land. [1993 c.792 §10]
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