This course analyzes the public control of land use, primarily at the local and state levels. Both legal and policy perspectives are considered. Attention is given to constitutional limitations such as the takings doctrine, equal protection, and due process. Topics considered include zoning, subdivision controls, exclusionary regulations, and historic preservation.
Beth Nagusky has over 30 years of environmental law experience in the public, private and non-profit sectors. She served as Acting Commissioner of the Maine Department of Environmental Protection, State Energy Director, Director of the Maine Renewable Power Association, and as an attorney with the Natural Resources Council of Maine and Environment Northeast (Acadia Center). After returning to Ohio, Beth worked with the Lake Erie Energy Development Corporation (LEEDCo) to secure the nearly one dozen state and federal permits and approvals needed for the Icebreaker Wind Project, a 6 turbine offshore wind demonstration project proposed 8 miles off the coast of Cleveland. Icebreaker will be North America’s first freshwater offshore wind project.
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