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Council to vote on new CodeNEXT timeline

Thursday, June 22, 2017 by Jack Craver

City Council is scheduled to vote on a new timeline for CodeNEXT at its meeting today. The current timeline has the Zoning and Platting Commission and the Planning Commission deliberating on the second draft of the code in October, after which Council will take up the code, ideally approving it on first reading in December and on third and final reading in either March or April. The proposed new timeline, put forward by Council Member Alison Alter, offers the land use commissions more time to give input, including on the third and final draft of the code drawn up by the CodeNEXT consultants. Alter’s resolution does not have Council doing a vote on first reading until February, although it still aims for the third reading to take place in April.

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