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zoning 16 Feb 2004 23:37 #7461

i took a tour of a theater and the guy told me that if i wanted to open a theater in a town where is another theater i should check about zoning in the area. can someone help me find out where i can find these zoning areas in the town i want to open in and what it means if i am or if i am not in the same zone. thank you
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Re: zoning 17 Feb 2004 00:20 #7462

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It depends on how far you are from the other theater ... are you less then 3-5 miles apart? Plan on sharing product if the answer is yes .....................
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Re: zoning 17 Feb 2004 02:02 #7463

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Oh, you mean "film booking" (a.k.a. "clearance") zones.
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Re: zoning 17 Feb 2004 04:58 #7464

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You will have to hire a booker,or do the research yourself.The distance from theatre to theatre is important,but so is population density
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Re: zoning 17 Feb 2004 13:48 #7465

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Jason,
As we have said before please read all the posts in the archives. Your questions have all been answered here before. Most recently by me in your "Film Booking" thread. In order for your plans to succeed you need to have a good understanding of the industry. Your questions show that you have a lot to learn. Do yourself a favor and read all the posts in each forum. It should take you some substantial time- like a week of steady reading. If you are still interested after reading and thinking about all you have read including the large amount of risk and capital needed then we will be happy to answer your questions.
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Re: zoning 17 Feb 2004 15:15 #7466

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Zoning: see your code enforcement officer or your planning office. Call City Hall and ask who to talk to. If it's about "clearance" see the above.

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