Co-Sponsored by the American Planning Association, Arizona Chapter Rocky Mountain Land Use Institute
2018 Land Use Update
This year’s Land Use Update focuses on hot topics targeted by recent cases and legislation. The opioid crisis has led to the ubiquitous presence of Sober Recovery Homes, leaving many local governments and neighborhoods grappling with whether and how to deal with them. The City of Prescott saw a reduction in the number and an increase in the quality of Sober Recovery Homes after its adoption of a city ordinance regulating them. But now the Arizona Legislature is considering new legislation that could preempt or significantly restrict local regulation of Sober Recovery Homes. A disability law specialist and two local government officials will discuss the status and best practices of this evolving land use law topic.
6.5 Real Estate Specialization Credit
|Date:||June 1, 2018
9:00 AM – 4:30 PM (Arizona)
Join your friends and colleagues for an in-depth discussion of today’s most significant land use topics.
Doug Jorden, Jorden Hiser & Joy, PLC
Frank Cassidy, Town of Marana
Sandra Hoffman, City of Phoenix Planning and Development
Brent Billingsley, Town of Florence
Brian Connolly, Otten Johnson Robinson Neff + Ragonetti, PC
Roman Gorecki, Brookfield Residential
Jill Hegardt, DMB Associates, Inc.
Jon Paladini, City of Prescott
Zach Sakas, Gust Rosenfeld, PLC
Councilwoman Debra Stark, District 3, City of Phoenix
Evan Bolick, Rose Law Group
Jane Fairall, Town of Marana
Noel Griemsmann, Snell & Wilmer, LLP
Carol Johnson, Maricopa County
Rose Daly-Rooney, Arizona Center for Disability Law
William J. (Bill) Sims III, Sims Murray Jellison, Ltd.