Third-person singular simple present indicative form of rezone.(verb)
The act, process or result of being rezoned(noun)
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Use "rezoning" in a sentence
"Board member Joseph LaQuatra also pointed out that farmers leaving farming could request rezoning from the Town Board, and subdivide after that."
"The people who oppose the rezoning are the same ones who wanted to keep the peep-shows and porn shops in Times Square before it was cleaned up."
"This phase of the rezoning is the culmination of years of work on Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg's signature project, which began when he first took office in 2002 with plans to turn the former industrial area into a bustling high-rise district."