Posted by: Patricia Salkin | December 26, 2010

New Laws in Colorado and Nebraska Address Encroachment on Military Installations

Two new laws enacted in 2010 address the issue of land use encroachment on military installations.  In Colorado, S.B. 10-1295 requires local governments to notify military installations of land use changes in order to encourage compatible land use, help prevent incompatible urban encroachment upon military installations, and facilitate the continued presence of major military installations within the state. In Nebraska, LB 279 requires that cities and counties considering the adoption of a zoning ordinance or the approval of a plat or replat, notify military installations located within the city or county boundaries or within the extra-territorial zoning jurisdiction where the military installation has requested to be notified.


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