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This article discusses the idea that local land-use regulations should be consistent with an adopted local comprehensive plan.
About the Author
Brian Ohm is a professor in the Department of Planning and Landscape Architecture at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and a planning law specialist with the Division of Extension at the University. He is an attorney and has written numerous publications on various planning law topics and is a frequent presenter on planning law topics at seminars and conferences. Prior to joining the faculty at UW he was an attorney for the Twin Cities Metropolitan Council.