RWCDSRaleigh-Wake County Dental Society (North Carolina)
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(171) Analysis of the potential for secondary displacement necessarily requires identification of the amount and type of development projected to occur under the Rezoning, pursuant to the RWCDS, because it is only on the basis of this projection that the potential numbers of new residents can be estimated.
(190) The review comported with applicable statutes and case law, including the agency's considered use and application of a RWCDS, a methodology used that has been repeatedly upheld by New York courts.
For example, petitioners' primary example of the alleged problem with the RWCDS concerned the City's soft site analysis, contending that the EAS was required to include a detailed explanation of why DCP did not consider lots under 5000 square feet to be "developable sites." Angotti Affidavit, supra note 66, at A106.