HB31 - PLANNING AND ZONING - Backer, Gracia Y.
HB31 ALLOWS PERIPHERAL ZONING IN CERTAIN CITIES.
Sponsor: Backer, Gracia Y. (20) Effective Date:00/00/00
CoSponsor: LR Number:0118-01
Last Action: 06/12/97 - Approved by Governor (G)
06/12/97 - Delivered to Secretary of State
HB31
Next Hearing:Hearing not scheduled
Calendar:Bill currently not on calendar
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BILL SUMMARIES

TRULY AGREED

HB 31 -- PLANNING AND ZONING

Under current law, any city, town or village north of the
Missouri River with a population of 4,000 or more may adopt and
enforce planning and zoning regulations in unincorporated areas
under the following conditions: (1) the unincorporated area does
not extend outward more than 2 miles from the city limits; (2)
there is a correctional facility within 2 miles of the city; (3)
the county in which both the municipality and the correctional
facility are located does not have zoning laws; and (4) the city
has a zoning commission and a board of adjustment.  This bill
modifies the definition to exclude Fulton from this planning and
zoning law.


PERFECTED

HB 31 -- PLANNING AND ZONING (Backer)

Under current law, any city, town or village north of the
Missouri River with a population of 4,000 or more may adopt and
enforce planning and zoning regulations in unincorporated areas
under the following conditions: (1) the unincorporated area does
not extend outward more than two miles from the city limits; (2)
there is a correctional facility within two miles of the city;
(3) the county in which both the municipality and the
correctional facility are located do not have zoning laws; and
(4) the city has a zoning commission and a board of adjustment.
This bill modifies the definition to exclude Fulton from this
planning and zoning law.

FISCAL NOTE:  No impact on state funds.


COMMITTEE

HB 31 -- PLANNING AND ZONING

SPONSOR:  Backer

COMMITTEE ACTION:  Voted "do pass by consent" by the Committee
on Local Government and Related Matters by a vote of 17 to 0.

Under current law, any city, town or village north of the
Missouri River with a population of 4,000 or more may adopt and
enforce planning and zoning regulations in unincorporated areas
under the following conditions: (1) the unincorporated area does
not extend outward more than two miles from the city limits; (2)
there is a correctional facility within two miles of the city;
(3) the county in which both the municipality and the
correctional facility are located do not have zoning laws; and
(4) the city has a zoning commission and a board of adjustment.
This bill modifies the definition to exclude Fulton from this
planning and zoning law.

FISCAL NOTE:  No impact on state funds.

PROPONENTS:  Supporters say that this statute was originally
passed for only Cameron and that the planning and zoning is
working in that area.  The original statute was never intended
to include Fulton and Fulton has twice in recent years voted
down planning and zoning proposals.  Supporters feel that if
they were included in this planning and zoning they would not be
represented on the planning and zoning board.

Testifying for the bill were Representative Backer; Citizens to
Repeal 89.142; Callaway County Electric Cooperative; and Elliot
Stearns.

OPPONENTS:  There was no opposition voiced to the committee.

Steve Bauer, Research Analyst


INTRODUCED

HB 31 -- Planning and Zoning

Sponsor:  Backer

Under current law, any city, town or village north of the
Missouri River with a population of 4,000 or more may adopt and
enforce planning and zoning regulations in unincorporated areas
under the following conditions: (1) the unincorporated area does
not extend outward more than two miles from the city limits; (2)
there is a correctional facility within two miles of the city;
(3) the county in which both the municipality and the
correctional facility are located do not have zoning laws; and
(4) the city has a zoning commission and a board of adjustment.
This bill modifies the definition to exclude Fulton from this
planning and zoning law.


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