ZONING

Board of Supervisors of Cerro Gordo County v. Miller (Iowa l969)—Amortization of Nonconforming Use over a Reasonable Period of Time Does Not Necessarily Deprive a Property Owner of Due Process of Law…..19:508

Freedom to Farm! Understanding the Agricultural Exemption to County Zoning in Iowa…..31:565

Land Use Controls in Iowa…..27:254

Moore v. City of East Cleveland (U.S. Sup. Ct. 1977)—A Zoning Ordinance Which Places Limits on Which Members of an Extended Family May Live Together in a Single Family Dwelling Infringes on Protected Family Interest, Has Only a Marginal Relationship to Permissible Zoning Objectives and Thereby Violates Due Process Requirements…..27:565

Prolonging the Nonconforming Use: Judicial Restriction of the Power to Zone in Iowa…..8:23

Scott v. City of Sioux City (8th Cir. 1984)—A City’s Zoning and Related Actions to Assist and Protect the Public Investment in Urban Renewal Projects Is Shielded from Antitrust Attack as the Reasonable and Necessary Consequence of the Iowa Urban Renewal Law…..34:849