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Zoning and land use attorney

Weiner & Thompson, P.A.’s focus has remained unchanged since its founding by Michael S. Weiner, Esq., in 1986 – to remain constantly engaged in public policy representation of clients before local governments in Palm Beach County.

Michael S. Weiner, Esquire was born on March 24, 1949 in Cleveland, Ohio. He attended Washington & Jefferson College where he graduated magna cum laude. He entered the University of Michigan Law School and graduated in May, 1974. He joined the firm of Guren, Merritt with offices in Cleveland, Ohio, Columbus, Ohio and Miami, Florida, passing the Ohio Bar in 1974 and the Florida Bar in 1978. Click here to read more.

Laurie A. Thompson, Esquire was born on April 11, 1962 in Dade City, Florida. She attended The American University where she graduated with honors with a B.S. Degree in Political Science in December 1983. After college Ms. Thompson worked as a legislative assistant for a congressman on Capitol Hill and later had the privilege of working in the Reagan White House as a legislative assistant to the Director of the Office of Management & Budget. Click here to read more.


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Delray Zoning

If you are interested in Delray Zoning laws our attorneys are ready to answer your questions. Whether you are a business, homeowner, or property developer, a land use and zoning lawyer can help challenge a municipality’s zoning regulation and land use restriction. We are located in historic Downtown Delray Beach, Weiner & Thompson, P.A. has provided exceptional legal representation to residential and commercial real estate developers, lenders, landlords and tenants.

Florida law , which affects Delray Zoning, allows zoning boards and agencies to implement zoning regulations in accordance to a comprehensive plan. These plans are designed to provide a description of the local guidelines, goals, principals, and standards the community wants to implement to maintain economic, social, physical and environmental development. These comprehensive plans must be created and changed through the local panning agency, which must hold public hearings on the plan to allow the public a chance to have input.

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