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Boston Zoning Demystified

Updates and insights from ISD, BOA and the BRA

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    This program delves into the intricacies of Boston zoning—including its downtown and neighborhood districts—explaining how large and small projects obtain approvals, and the nuances of navigating the different agencies and groups involved in zoning approvals within the City of Boston. Learn about recent developments in agency procedures at the Boston Inspectional Services Department, Boston Zoning Board of Appeal, and Boston Planning and Development Agency. Understand the Boston Zoning Enabling Act, Boston Zoning Code, and Boston Zoning Maps, as well as the respective roles played by the various agencies and groups in order to successfully navigate the process for your clients.

    Familiarize yourself with the principles and procedures at the core of development in Boston. Hear directly from attorneys from the ISD and the BPDA, as well as from private practitioners navigating the terrain, including the author of Boston Zoning: A Lawyer’s Handbook. Get the strategic insight you need now in an afternoon at MCLE—not in haste when the phone next rings!

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    Denise A. Chicoine, Esq., Englander & Chicoine, PC, Boston

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    Neil R. Janulewicz, Jr., Esq., City of Boston Law Department, Boston
    Kevin P. O'Connor, Jr., Esq., Board of Appeal, Inspectional Services Department, Boston
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