City of Gainesville

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City of Gainesville
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The existing land use categories are defined at the parcel-level. Land use categories are established by the Future Land Use Element of the city’s Comprehensive Plan. Extended descriptions of the land use categories can be found in the Goals, Objectives, and Policies document under Policy 4.1.1. Land use categories were implemented to allow for appropriate uses at suitable locations to meet the needs of current and projected populations. They also give the City flexibility to consider unique, innovative and carefully construed proposals that are in keeping with the surrounding character and environmental conditions of specific sites. For more information, please review the Future Land Use Element of the Comprehensive Plan (http://www.cityofgainesville.org/PlanningDepartment/ComprehensivePlanning/PlanElements.aspx).
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Field Names:

the_geom
the_geom
OBJECTID_1
objectid_1
OBJECTID
objectid
PARCELID
parcelid
USEDCD
usedcd
USEDSCRP
usedscrp
SITEADRESS
siteadress
SITECITY
sitecity
HYPERLINK
hyperlink
MAPSHEET
mapsheet
LATITUDE
latitude
LONGITUDE
longitude
ELANDUSECO
elanduseco
ELANDUSEDE
elandusede
Shape_Leng
shape_leng
Shape.STArea()
shape_starea
Shape.STLength()
shape_stlength

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