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Taylor Odachowski Schmidt & Crossland, LLC provides advice and counsel to elected officials, administrators, finance officers, public works and human resources directors, planning and zoning officials and police chiefs. Firm attorneys serve as local counsel to several counties and municipalities and in such capacity provide advice and counsel on a diverse range of local government matters including development and land use issues, capital project and construction issues, intergovernmental joint ventures, cable television franchising, noise abatement and loitering, code enforcement, charter and code amendments, property taxation, financing programs, personnel, administrative processes and election law compliance. At Taylor Odachowski Schmidt & Crossland, LLC, we are committed to promoting good government by providing plain-language legal advice and comprehensive policy options.unicipal Law, local government, land use, property taxation, legal advice, elected officials, capital projects, intergovernmental, Municipal Law, local government, land use, property taxation, legal advice, elected officials, capital projects, intergovernmental, Municipal Law, local government, land use, property taxation, legal advice, elected officials, capital projects, intergovernmental, Municipal Law, local government, land use, property taxation, legal advice, elected officials, capital projects, intergovernmental, Municipal Law, local government, land use, property taxation, legal advice, elected officials, capital projects, intergovernmental, Municipal Law, local government, land use, property taxation, legal advice, elected officials, capital projects, intergovernmental, Municipal Law, local government, land use, property taxation, legal advice, elected officials, capital projects, intergovernmental, Municipal Law, local government, land use, property taxation, legal advice, elected officials, capital projects, intergovernmental, Municipal Law, local government, land use, property taxation, legal advice, elected officials, capital projects, intergovernmental, Municipal Law, local government, land use, property taxation, legal advice, elected officials, capital projects, intergovernmental, Municipal Law, local government, land use, property taxation, legal advice, elected officials, capital projects, intergovernmental, Municipal Law, local government, land use, property taxation, legal advice, elected officials, capital projects, intergovernmental, Municipal Law, local government, land use, property taxation, legal advice, elected officials, capital projects, intergovernmental, Municipal Law, local government, land use, property taxation, legal advice, elected officials, capital projects, intergovernmental, Municipal Law, local government, land use, property taxation, legal advice, elected officials, capital projects, intergovernmental, Municipal Law, local government, land use, property taxation, legal advice, elected officials, capital projects, intergovernmental, Municipal Law, local government, land use, property taxation, legal advice, elected officials, capital projects, intergovernmental, Municipal Law, local government, land use, property taxation, legal advice, elected officials, capital projects, intergovernmental, Municipal Law, local government, land use, property taxation, legal advice, elected officials, capital projects, intergovernmental, Municipal Law, local government, land use, property taxation, legal advice, elected officials, capital projects,

 





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