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Q.How do I determine if the location I want is properly zoned for my business?

A.Most cities have residential, commercial, industrial and mixed-use areas. To ensure the property under consideration is properly zoned for your particular business, a prospective tenant should first check the local zoning ordinances. These laws allow certain types of businesses to occupy different areas within a city or county. Next the tenant should check whether any other legal restrictions will affect business operations. For example, some cities limit the number of certain types of business - such as liquor stores - in a certain area, and other cities require a business to provide off-street parking, to close early on weeknights, and to keep advertising signs to a certain size. Fortunately, many cities have business development offices that help small business owners find their way through the maze of local ordinances.

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