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C-2, Central Business District: The C-2, central business district is intended to encompass the retail, service, and administrative establishments which form the central business district and which provide retail convenience and comparison goods and personal and professional services for the trade area.
The heavy commercial (C3) zone district provides areas for intensive service commercial uses primarily of a nonretail nature, some of which require outdoor storage or activity areas. Limited retail and office uses are allowed to the extent that they are compatible with the heavy commercial uses. B.
C3. Intent: To accommodate a wide range of commercial Uses that. meet the needs of the community, in developments over. 10,000 m2 in size.
Conditional land uses are those uses which could be appropriate in the district where they are listed, but have certain characteristics which must be managed to protect the integrity of uses permitted by right in the district.
The Michigan Zoning Enabling Act, MCL 125.3101 et seq. (\u201cMZEA\u201d), authorizes municipalities to create zoning ordinances that regulate land use within their borders. The MZEA also requires that zoning ordinances create a Zoning Board of Appeals (\u201cZBA\u201d) for each municipality.

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The Michigan Planning Enabling Act is the enabling statute for creation of a planning commission, and local government adoption of plans, master plans, and so on. This act is for counties, townships, cities, and villages.
A zoning ordinance is a township law establishing land development districts and regulating land development. In suburban and rural areas where the dominant intent of zoning is to protect the value and use of private residences, zoning often focuses on segregating incompatible land uses.
010 Intent and Purpose. The Commercial Center (C-4) Zone is intended to create and preserve certain commercial areas for development as regional retail centers.
C3(b) covers up to six people living together as a single household and receiving care e.g. supported housing schemes such as those for people with learning disabilities or mental health problems. C3(c) allows for groups of people (up to six) living together as a single household.
Local units of government are granted the authority to adopt a zoning ordinance, but there is no requirement to have zoning. Some communities in Michigan have chosen to remain unzoned. However, if the property you are interested in buying is in a township that is unzoned, county zoning may apply.

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