R. 28-22.201 Revision to Zoning Code
R. 28-22.202 Revision to City of Apalachicola Land Development Code
R. 28-22.203 City of Apalachicola Septic Tank Ordinance: Amendment to the City of Apalachicola Ordinance No. 89-4
R. 28-22.204 City of Apalachicola Subdivision Regulations Ordinance
R. 28-22.205 Adoption of the Revised City of Apalachicola Comprehensive Plan
R. 28-22.206 Amendment to the City of Apalachicola Land Development Regulations
R. 28-22.207 Amendment to the City of Apalachicola Land Development Regulations
R. 28-22.208 Amendment to the City of Apalachicola Land Subdivision Ordinance
R. 28-22.209 Amendment to the City of Apalachicola Land Development Regulations Regarding Concurrency Management
R. 28-22.210 Amendment to Revised Zoning Code
R. 28-22.211 Amendment to the City of Apalachicola Land Development Regulations
R. 28-22.212 City of Apalachicola Planning Pause Ordinance
R. 28-22.400 Partial Removal of Lands Designated within the Apalachicola Bay Area of Critical State Concern (ACSC)
R. 28-22.401 Dedesignation of Portions of the Apalachicola Bay Area of Critical State Concern (ACSC)
R. 28-22.402 Amendment to City of Apalachicola Land Development Regulations Regarding Flood Plain Management

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