The city’s Zoning Information Report ​— ​much reviled by the S.B. Association of Realtors as unnecessary, time consuming, and often punitively inaccurate ​— ​will undergo a legislative shave and a haircut. The ZIR, as it’s known, is used by city planners to determine whether illegal or unpermitted additions or modifications have been made to a given property at point of sale. The council embraced a plan that will streamline the time allowed for their preparation and more narrowly focus the information sought.


Please note this login is to submit events or press releases. Use this page here to login for your Independent subscription

Not a member? Sign up here.