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Technique of flexible zoning, a mapped addition that superimposes additional zoning restrictions; a device that places land in two different zones; often used to modify some of the as-of-right aspects of the primary land use classification, for example, so as to require a development agreement for certain proposals, or to apply a special height limit.

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