LOCAL LAND-USE PLANS AND ORDINANCES
§ 69.1101. Local land-use plans and ordinances in issuing certificates of public convenience.
To further the States goal of making State agency actions consistent with sound land-use planning, and under the act of June 22, 2000 (P. L. 483, No. 67) and the act of June 23, 2000 (P. L. 495, No. 68), the Commission will consider the impact of its decisions upon local comprehensive plans and zoning ordinances. This will include reviewing applications for:
(1) Certificates of public convenience.
(2) Siting electric transmission lines.
(3) Siting a public utility building under section 619 of the Municipalities Planning Code (53 P. S. § 10619).
(4) Other Commission decisions.
The provisions of this § 69.1101 adopted February 16, 2001, effective February 17, 2001, 31 Pa.B. 951.
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