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    February
    01
    2012

    Keep up with the changing face of land use law at March 15 PINNACLE seminar

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    Feb. 1, 2012 – Attorneys who engage in real estate development, land use, environmental, municipal, or general practice or who represent a land-use-related industry will want to attend the State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE™ Current Issues in Land Use Law seminar on March 15 in Madison, offered simultaneously via webcast.

    Feb. 1, 2012 – Attorneys who engage in real estate development, land use, environmental, municipal, or general practice or who represent a land-use-related industry will want to attend the State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE Current Issues in Land Use Law seminar on March 15 in Madison, offered simultaneously via webcast.

    Topics include:

    • Implications of frac sand mining
    • A historical summary of Wisconsin zoning and land use laws
    • A “future looking” presentation from the Department of Natural Resources
    • Implications of 2011 Assembly Bill 179, which authorizes cities and villages to jointly create multi-jurisdictional tax incremental financing (TIF) districts
    • Form-based zoning: One municipality's experience using SmartCode
    • Dealing with tax delinquent brownfields
    • Tips on enforcing nuisance ordinances and dealing with zoning issues
    • Plus an update on land use legislation and case

    The State Bar of Wisconsin Government Lawyers Division and the Administrative and Local Government Law Section are cosponsors. The 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. program has been submitted for up to 7.5 CLE credits. A Video replay is scheduled for April 17 and a webcast is scheduled for May 1. Tuition is $255 and is included in the cost of the State Bar Ultimate Pass. Register online or call the State Bar at or contact the State Bar at (800) 728-7788 or (608) 257-3838.