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Bob Harris to Speak on Construction 101 Panel at MNCBIA

Land use attorney Bob Harris will speak on master plans and zoning at "Construction 101-Introduction to Land Development & Construction," a one-day workshop presented by the Maryland National-Capital Building Industry Association and the Maryland chapter of Professional Women in Building.  The seminar allows builders and associates alike to introduce their new staff members and staff transferring to new divisions to the building process from land acquisition to sale of a home.

Bob Harris is a real estate and land use attorney at Lerch, Early & Brewer in Bethesda, Maryland. He helps landowners strategically improve the use and value of their real estate. His practice includes zoning, land use, real estate and municipal affairs. He represents commercial and residential landowners before planning commissions, courts, governmental agencies and elected officials in connection with obtaining development approvals and in the protection of land use rights in Montgomery County, Maryland.

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