Town of Clarence, NY
Erie County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Town Board of the Town of Clarence as indicated in article histories. Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Zoning — See Ch. 229.
[Adopted 11-17-2004 by L.L. No. 9-2004]
This article shall be referred to as "Land Use Laws, Rules and Regulations Shall Be in Compliance With The Adopted Comprehensive Plan."
Pursuant to § 272-a, Subdivision 11(a), of the New York State Town Law, all Town land use laws, rules and regulations adopted by the Clarence Town Board shall comply with a Comprehensive Plan adopted pursuant to New York State Town Law § 272-a.
All Town land use laws, rules and regulations adopted by the Clarence Town Board shall comply with a Comprehensive Plan adopted pursuant to the provisions of § 272-a of the New York State Town Law.
A. 
Pursuant to § 272-a, Subdivision 11(a), of the New York State Town Law, all Town land use laws, rules and regulations adopted by the Clarence Town Board and any decision made by any agency, board, or official of the Town of Clarence shall comply with the Comprehensive Plan (adopted as the Master Plan of 2015 on August 8, 2001), and any amendment thereto, adopted pursuant to § 272-a of the New York State Town Law.
B. 
Any proposed land use shall be in accordance with the Comprehensive Plan (adopted as the Master Plan of 2015 on August 8, 2001), and any amendment thereto, adopted by the Clarence Town Board.
C. 
If a conflict exists between the Comprehensive Plan, and any amendment thereto, adopted by the Clarence Town Board and the Town's land use laws, rules and regulations, all agencies, boards, or officials of the Town of Clarence shall decide or resolve any conflict in favor of the adopted Comprehensive Plan (adopted as the Master Plan of 2015 on August 8, 2001) and any amendment thereto.
This article is adopted pursuant to the authority granted to the Clarence Town Board pursuant to §§ 10(1)(i), 10(1)(ii), 10(1)(ii)(d)(3), 20 and 27 of the Municipal Home Rule Law; § 239-m of the General Municipal Law; and in compliance with § 272-a of the Town Law.