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Article - Land Use




§1–401.

    (a)    Except as provided in this section, this division does not apply to charter counties.

    (b)    The following provisions of this division apply to a charter county:

        (1)    this subtitle, including Parts II and III (Charter county – Comprehensive plans);

        (2)    § 1–101(l), (m), and (o) (Definitions – “Plan”, “Priority funding area”, and “Sensitive area”);

        (3)    § 1–201 (Visions);

        (4)    § 1–206 (Required education);

        (5)    § 1–207 (Annual report – In general);

        (6)    § 1–208 (Annual report – Measures and indicators);

        (7)    Title 1, Subtitle 3 (Consistency);

        (8)    Title 1, Subtitle 5 (Growth Tiers);

        (9)    § 4–104(b) (Limitations – Bicycle parking);

        (10)    § 4–208 (Exceptions – Maryland Accessibility Code);

        (11)    § 4–210 (Permits and variances – Solar panels);

        (12)    § 4–211 (Change in zoning classification – Energy generating systems);

        (13)    § 4–212 (Agritourism);

        (14)    § 5–102(d) (Subdivision regulations – Burial sites);

        (15)    § 5–104 (Major subdivision – Review);

        (16)    Title 7, Subtitle 1 (Development Mechanisms);

        (17)    Title 7, Subtitle 2 (Transfer of Development Rights);

        (18)    except in Montgomery County or Prince George’s County, Title 7, Subtitle 3 (Development Rights and Responsibilities Agreements);

        (19)    Title 7, Subtitle 4 (Inclusionary Zoning);

        (20)    § 8–401 (Conversion of overhead facilities);

        (21)    for Baltimore County only, Title 9, Subtitle 3 (Single–County Provisions – Baltimore County);

        (22)    for Frederick County only, Title 9, Subtitle 10 (Single–County Provisions – Frederick County);

        (23)    for Howard County only, Title 9, Subtitle 13 (Single–County Provisions – Howard County);

        (24)    for Talbot County only, Title 9, Subtitle 18 (Single–County Provisions – Talbot County); and

        (25)    Title 11, Subtitle 2 (Civil Penalty).

    (c)    This section supersedes any inconsistent provision of Division II of this article.