Brent Regan, who is seen leaving to applause at the first local Tea Party event (April 15, 2009) at Independence Point, will be one of those in attendance at a Unified Land Use Code Project workshop scheduled at 5:45 p.m. today in the community room of the new Coeur d'Alene Library community room. Kendig Keast Collaborative (KKC) will be giving a presentation of Chapter 3, Density, Bulk and Scale, Chapter 4, Accessory Structures and Signs, Chapter 6, Site and Subdivision Design. More here. Mary Souza circulated an email urging followers to attend the workshop: “(Brent Regan's a good friend and a very smart man, so please join me and let's learn more about this important topic that touches all of our lives.” Recently, Regan wrote on op-ed piece for the Coeur d'Alene Press Online warning county residents that their property rights were under attack and that they need to be wary of changes to the comprehensive plan. You can read Regan's op-ed here. (Phantom Photographer photo)
Question: Which side worries you more when it comes to county planning — commissioners or Hard Right critics?