Tuesday, July 7, 2009


Several area residents attend last night's second of 3 "Community Outreach" meeting, the final one is next Monday at 5:30 at the Southside Library.

Basically, although intended for the entire annexation area, only residents from our immediate vicinity attended. The City Staff has become accustomed to our concerns and questions, but basically is just there to provide the City's party line.

The real action will take place at the next ELUC meeting August 13, with the ELUA set to approve the revised Rural Residential Ordinance with increased density allowances on August 27. Both meetings are at 6 Pm at 102 Grant Street, open to the public.

In the recent meetings we have continued to identify questions of concern, including: increased densities to 3 per acre, with distinct possibilities for MUCH HIGHER densities; water and sewer hook-ups, new roads through or near Coyote Ridge Road; Coyote Ridge Road becoming a thoroughfare to the area behind us; other road constructions around us; and others.

Please mark your calendars to attend the August meetings. If you can not, please take a moment to contact the Committee Members: ELUA here; ELUC here, County and City here.

In the meantime, feel free to contact me for any information - we have assembled a good library of details. And follow this blog for updates.

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