This note examines four aspects of rezoning decisions addressed by the Parkridge court: the policy basis upon which rezoning actions may legitimately be grounded; the quantum of evidence necessary to support a rezoning decision;" the allocation of the burden of proof in rezoning actions; and the presumption of validity, if any, accorded local rezoning decisions.
Alice L. Hearst,
Zoning—Rezones: New Standards for Governing Bodies—Parkridge v. City of Seattle, 89 Wn. 2d 454, 573 P.2d 359 (1978),
55 Wash. L. Rev.
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