A setback rule here, a new fee there

Get in your two cents' worth on how Ashland decides land issues tonight when the city's Planning Commission meets on proposals for new land use laws.

The meeting is at 7 p.m. in council chambers at the Civic Center at 1175 E. Main St.

The meeting is the public’s first opportunity to comment on a number of proposed revisions to city land-use laws.

Among issues: setback rules, a proposal for quicker procedures on land division requests, replacing hearings board decisions with staff approval of some questions and a possible fee for residents who appeal Planning Commission decisions.

The proposals are expected to go to the City Council for final approval in the fall.

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