Development Issues Outside Corporate Limits (a City Attorney’s Perspective)

by brown-hofmeister

22-Mar-2018

Development of land outside of city limits, however, can involve jurisdictional conflicts between cities and counties, as well as conflicts between landowners and cities on the extent to which a city may regulate in the ETJ. Practical problems can also arise when a city seeks to apply in-city urban design standards to rural environments, particularly if those standards are applied to development project that are started prior to annexation.Development of land outside of city limits, however, can involve jurisdictional conflicts between cities and counties, as well as conflicts between landowners and cities on the extent to which a city may regulate in the ETJ. Practical problems can also arise when a city seeks to apply in-city urban design standards to rural environments, particularly if those standards are applied to development project that are started prior to annexation.Development of land outside of city limits, however, can involve jurisdictional conflicts between cities and counties, as well as conflicts between landowners and cities on the extent to which a city may regulate in the ETJ. Practical problems can also arise when a city seeks to apply in-city urban design standards to rural environments, particularly if those standards are applied to development project that are started prior to annexation.Development of land outside of city limits, however, can involve jurisdictional conflicts between cities and counties, as well as conflicts between landowners and cities on the extent to which a city may regulate in the ETJ. Practical problems can also arise when a city seeks to apply in-city urban design standards to rural environments, particularly if those standards are applied to development project that are started prior to annexation.Development of land outside of city limits, however, can involve jurisdictional conflicts between cities and counties, as well as conflicts between landowners and cities on the extent to which a city may regulate in the ETJ. Practical problems can also arise when a city seeks to apply in-city urban design standards to rural environments, particularly if those standards are applied to development project that are started prior to annexation.Development of land outside of city limits, however, can involve jurisdictional conflicts between cities and counties, as well as conflicts between landowners and cities on the extent to which a city may regulate in the ETJ. Practical problems can also arise when a city seeks to apply in-city urban design standards to rural environments, particularly if those standards are applied to development project that are started prior to annexation.Development of land outside of city limits, however, can involve jurisdictional conflicts between cities and counties, as well as conflicts between landowners and cities on the extent to which a city may regulate in the ETJ. Practical problems can also arise when a city seeks to apply in-city urban design standards to rural environments, particularly if those standards are applied to development project that are started prior to annexation.Development of land outside of city limits, however, can involve jurisdictional conflicts between cities and counties, as well as conflicts between landowners and cities on the extent to which a city may regulate in the ETJ. Practical problems can also arise when a city seeks to apply in-city urban design standards to rural environments, particularly if those standards are applied to development project that are started prior to annexation.Development of land outside of city limits, however, can involve jurisdictional conflicts between cities and counties, as well as conflicts between landowners and cities on the extent to which a city may regulate in the ETJ. Practical problems can also arise when a city seeks to apply in-city urban design standards to rural environments, particularly if those standards are applied to development project that are started prior to annexation.Development of land outside of city limits, however, can involve jurisdictional conflicts between cities and counties, as well as conflicts between landowners and cities on the extent to which a city may regulate in the ETJ. Practical problems can also arise when a city seeks to apply in-city urban design standards to rural environments, particularly if those standards are applied to development project that are started prior to annexation.