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This section provides practical information about the myriad of disciplines with which a planner must familiar in order to be successful at their job and is divided by different aspects of a planner's day-to-day duties.
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The inclusion of private land in a residential district under a zoning ordinance, with resulting inhibition of its use for business and industrial buildings to the serious damage of the owner, violates the Fourteenth Amendment if the health, safety, convenience, or general welfare of the part of the city affected will not be promoted thereby.
The New York City Landmarks Preservation Law of 1965 empowering the city to designate certain structures and neighborhoods as "landmarks" or "landmark sites" and restrictions imposed therewith DOES NOT constitute a "taking" in violation of the Fifth and Fourteenth Amendments.