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Kirk Williams focuses his practice on representation of landowners and developers in complex and politically controversial zoning and related land use applications.

Representative Experience

  • General Services: Compliance activities and obtaining certifications with governmental agencies; evaluating the effect of regulations on development alternatives; processing development applications; representing clients' requests or interests at governmental hearings; coordinating client and consultant activities; and negotiating, mediating and arbitrating issues, economic development agreements and government contracts
  • Litigation Services: Land use; inverse condemnation/eminent domain; vested rights and zoning; utility, subdivision and exactions; property tax protests; annexation; and expert witness testimony
  • Environmental Services: SMART Growth issues; open space dedications; tree preservation issues; flood plain and FEMA issues
  • Zoning and Land Use Services: Comprehensive planning and zoning; annexation; subdivision and building permits; utility construction agreements; and thoroughfare plan revisions
  • Land Development Services: Zoning; construction codes; and platting

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