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Save the dates?

Monday, March 12, 2018 by Elizabeth Pagano

It’s spring break now, but City Council is ready to set its sights on tackling CodeNEXT in earnest after the festival has packed up and left town. According to Council Member Leslie Pool’s post on the City Council Message Board, she is asking that Council’s tentative plan to take up the land development code rewrite on May 30 and May 31 has been scrapped be reconsidered due to conflicts with high school graduation ceremonies. Instead, Pool has suggested public meetings during the first week of June in addition to one of the May dates. Formal action to set the public hearing dates will be taken at the March 22 meeting of City Council, so stay tuned.

This whisper has been corrected to reflect the fact that Pool’s suggestion is to include a June date in the public hearings, not abandon the idea of a May hearing altogether.

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