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Crisalli, Noelle V. , NOTE: Civil Liberties for Urban Believers v. City of Chicago: A Defining Case for the Substantial Burden Test Under the Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act, 23 Pace Envtl. L. Rev. 263 (Winter, 2005 / Winter, 2006)
Hocherman , Henry M. & Noelle V. Crisalli, Land Use Case Law Update: A Discussion of Significant Recent Land Use Cases from Bower Associates to Lingle, 20 Mun. Law. 13 (Winter 2006).
Brown, Samuel , Conservation Easements and Land Trusts: Overview, Examples and Their Role in the Development Process, Part II, 17 Envt'l L. in N.Y. 156 (Aug. 2006)
Brown, Samuel, Conservation Easements and Land Trusts: Overview, Examples and Their Role in the Development Process, Part I, 17 Envt'l L. in N.Y. 133 (July 2006)
Nolon, John R. & Victoria L. Polidoro, Examining TDR in New York: Why Isn’t It Working? What are the Obstacles? Can They be Overcome?, N.Y. Zoning L. & Prac. Rep. (forthcoming 2006).
The Planning and Zoning Clerk Municipal Planning Primer (Victoria Polidoro ed., Westchester County Department of Planning 2006).
Groeneveld, Thomas , Preserving Agricultural Land Resources – Federal, State, and Local Strategies, featured at Agricultural Law and the Suburban Farm in Westchester and Putnam Counties, A forum for lawyers, planners, farmers, and assessors. Sponsored by: Pace Law School, NYS Department of Ag. & Markets, Amawalk Farms , March 4, 2006.
Plunkett, Kathryn , The "Greening" of New York: Legal Developments in Environmentally Conscious Construction, New York Law Journal, January 17, 2006.
Steinman, Lester D. and Jennifer Reinke, Municipal Briefs, Municipal Lawyer, Fall 2005, Vol. 19, No.4.
Crisalli, Noelle V., ed. Reinventing Redevelopment Law. White Plains: Land Use Law Center, Pace University School of Law, 2005.
Stone, Jeremy , ed. Breaking Ground: Planning and Building in Priority Growth Districts. New Haven: Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies, 2005.
Susan Huot, Breaking Down the Barriers to Statewide Land Use Reforms: A Case Study of Political Leadership and Citizen Participation in Wisconsin and Illinois, 28 ZONING & PLANNING L. REPORT 1 (January 2005)
Kathryn Plunkett, The Common Law of Nuisance in New York Environmental Litigation, ENVTL. L. IN N.Y., Vol. 16, No. 1 (Jan. 2005).
Nolon, John R., Jessica A. Bacher, and Susan Moritz, ed. Gaining Ground Information Database: A Report on a New Internet Research Library of Innovative Land Use Law, Regulations, and Practices. New Haven: Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies, 2004.
Basics of Land Use Practice (Kristen Kelley ed., Land Use Law Center 2004).
Smart Growth Strategies (Tiffany Zezula ed., Land Use Law Center 2004).
Smart Growth Case Studies (Kristen Kelley ed., Land Use Law Center 2004).
Local Environmental Strategies (Jessica VanTine ed., Land Use Law Center 2004).
Local Environmental Ordinances (Kristen Kelley ed., Land Use Law Center 2004).
Kathryn Plunkett, Local Environmental Impact Review Practices, New Ground: The Advent of Local Environmental Law, ELI, 2003.
Environmental Review of Land Use Projects (Kathryn Plunkett ed., Land Use Law Center 2003).
Open Space Preservation (Kathryn Plunkett ed., Land Use Law Center 2003).
Meeting Housing Needs (Matthew Stauffer ed., Land Use Law Center 2003).
Intermunicipal Land Use Cooperation (Tiffany Zezula ed., Land Use Law Center 2003).
Significant Land Use Cases (Jessica VanTine ed., 2003).
Kathryn Plunkett, Integrating Land Use and Environmental Planning Through Local Environmental Impact Reviews, 20.1 Pace Envtl. L. Rev. Fall (2002).
Tiffany Eisberg and Jessica Van Tine, The Beach Zone: Using Local Land Use Authority to Preserve Barrier Island, ENVTL. L. IN N.Y., Parts I & II, Vol. 13, Nos. 10 & 11 (Sept. & Oct. 2002)
Christopher Rizzo, Environmental Protection in New York City: The Special District Approach, Fordham Environmental Law Journal, Spring 2002.
Tiffany Eisberg and Jessica Van Tine, The Beach Zone: Using Local Land Use Authority to Preserve Barrier Island, Pace Envtl. L. Rev., Summer 2002, vol. 19.2.
Paula J. Lebowitz, Land Use, Land Abuse and Land Re-Use: A Framework for the Implementation of TMDL's for Non-Point Source Polluted Waterbodies, Vol. 19.1 Pace Envtl. L.Rev. Winter 2001.
Kristen Kelley (co-author), Local Environmental Law: Natural Evolution or a Mutant Form,12 ENVTL. L. IN N.Y. 9, 10 (Sept. 2001 & Oct. 2001).
Mark Rielly, Neo-Traditional Neighborhood Development: Community by Design, 24 ZONING AND PLANNING L. RPT. 8 (Sept. 2001).
Danielle Abate, Using SEQRA to Preserve Open Spaces: A Natural Alliance, 2 N.Y. ZONING LAW AND PRAC. RPT. 1 (July/Aug. 2001).
Jody Tamar Match, Aesthetics and Community Character as Bases for Rejecting Conditional Use Permits: Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. v. Planning Bd. of the Town of North Elba, 12 ENVTL. L. IN N.Y. 2 (2001).
Jody Tamar Match, The Right Thing in the Wrong Place: Nuisance and Zoning in New York, 4
ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY 2 (Spring, 2001).
Deborah A. Goldberger, Zoning Enforcement Law in New York State, 11 ENVTL. L. IN N.Y. 9 (2000).
*Winner of the James A. Coon Memorial Writing Competition
sponsored by the Municipal Law Section of the New York State Bar
Association in 2001.
Matthew Sokol, Enacting SEQRA: The Legislative Debates and a 25-Year Look Back, 11 ENVTL. L. IN N.Y. 1 (2000).
Patricia Black, Critical Environmental Area Overlay District Model Local Law. Working Paper
Series, Wildlife Conservation Society (2000).
Jeffrey P. LeJava, Funding Local Government Acquisition of Open Lands in New York State, 11 ENVTL. L. IN N.Y. 7,8 (2000).
Mark R. Rielly, Evaluating Farmland Preservation Through Suffolk County, New York's Purchase of Development Rights Program, 18 PACE ENVTL. L. REV. 1 Winter 2000.
Courtney Boniface, Corporate Analysis of Local Land Use Authority: New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut. Working Paper Series, Wildlife Conservation Society (1999).
Mary E. Mohnach, Intermunicipal Agreements: The Metamorphosis of Home Rule, 17 PACE
ENVTL. L. REV. 161 (1999).
Anna L. Georgiou, NIMBY'S Legacy -- A Challenge to Local Autonomy: Regulating the Siting of Group Homes in New York, 26 FORDHAM URB. L.J. 209 (1999).
*Winner of the James A. Coon Memorial Writing Competition sponsored by the Municipal Law Section of the New York State Bar Association in 1999.
Matthew A. Sokol, and Courtney Boniface, A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF LAND USE LAW: NEW JERSEY, NEW YORK AND CONNECTICUT (Wildlife Conservation Society Working Paper July 1999).
Heather M. Andrade, The Effect of the New York City Department of Environmental Protection Watershed Regulations on Land Use, 9 ENVTL. L. IN N.Y. 6 (1998).
Laurie Dichiara, Wireless Communication Facilities: Siting for Sore Eyes, 6 BUFF. ENVTL. L.J. 1 (1998).
Jeffrey Durocher, LAND USE TRAINING PROGRAM FOR LOCAL OFFICIALS, New York Conference of Mayors, 1998.
*This is a ten-volume educational program for which Mr. Durocher was awarded the James A. Coon Memorial Scholarship and Award by the New York Planning Federation in September, 1998.
Jeffrey LeJava, The Role of County Government in the New York State Land Use System, 18 PACE L. REV. 311(1998).
*Mr. LeJava presented this paper at the Annual Meeting of the American Planning Association).
Helen Maher, Religious Freedom and Zoning, 15 BUFF. ENVTL. L.J. 2 (1998).
Steven McMillan, Adult Uses and the First Amendment: Zoning and Non-Zoning Controls of the Use of Land, 15 TOURO L. REV. 1 (1998).
*This paper received the New York State Bar Association James A. Coon Award for Outstanding Writing on New York Land Use Law from the Municipal Law Section on January 27, 2000
Mary E. Mohnach and Kathryn Ryan, LAWYERS AND PLANNERS DESKBOOK ON NEW YORK LAND USE LAW AND PRACTICE (1998) (with John Nolon).
Matthew A. Sokol, Coastal Zone Management in New York, 9 ENVTL. L. IN N.Y. 5 (1998).
Julie Solinski, Comparative Analysis of Affordable Housing Law in New York, New Jersey and
Connecticut, JOURNAL OF AFFORDABLE HOUSING (1998).
Michael Murphy, Closing the Bookends on Vested Rights, 9 ENVTL L. IN N.Y. 2 (1998).
Anna L. Georgiou, Americans with Disabilities Act and Zoning, THE MUNICIPAL LAWYER (1997)
Sean F. Nolon and Cozata Solloway, Preserving Our Heritage: Tools to Cultivate Agricultural Preservation in New York State, 17 PACE L. REV. 591 (1997)
Joseph D. Stinson, Transferring Development Rights: Purpose, Problems and Prospects in New York, 17 PACE L. REV. 319 (1996).
Michael G. Murphy, Foreward for Framework Laws – The Key to Sustainable Development in the America's, 13 PACE ENVTL. L. REV. 495 (1995).
Sean F. Nolon, The State of the Argentine Environment: An Overview, 13 PACE ENVTL. L. REV. 615 (1995).
Jayne E. Daly, A Glimpse of the Past – A Vision for the Future: Senator Henry M. Jackson and National Land Use Regulation, 28 URB. LAW 7 (winter 1996)
Jayne E. Daly, The Protection of New York City's Drinking Water, Commemorative Edition, PACE L. REV. 63 (1995)
Jayne E. Daly, From Drinking Rods to Dams: Creating a Comprehensive Water Resource Management Strategy for New York, Commemorative Edition, PACE L. REV. 105 (1995)
Jayne E. Daly, Transportation and Clean Air: Making the Land Use Connection, Commemorative Edition, PACE L. REV. 141 (1995)
Jayne E. Daly, Toward Sustainable Development: In Our Common Interest, Commemorative Edition, PACE L. REV. 153 (1995)
Christine M. Hilla, The Revolution of Geographic Information Systems in Land Use and Environmental Planning in New York State, 6 ENVTL L. IN N.Y. 3 (1995).