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KEA: Currie, Piazza Punt On Density

In their long slow failure of deliberating the draft Comprehensive Plan, the County Commissioners today voted 2-1 in favor of throwing out thousands of hours of hard work by hundreds of citizens in developing a new comp plan that actually meant something. Over Commissioner Tondee’s strong objection, Commissioners Currie and Piazza voted to remove specific development density ranges for all land use designations in the Plan. In essence, the two Commissioners declined to describe in real and useful terms what levels of development would be appropriate in any area of the county. The density decision, of course, is the most important one to make in a comprehensive plan. Today’s deliberation was the last one scheduled before the primary election/Terry Harris, KEA Blog. More here. (SR File Photo: Jesse Tinsley)

Question: Will today's vote on the comprehensive plan density make you more or less likely to vote for Commissioners Rick Currie and Rich Piazza in the GOPrimaries?




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