Airway Heights’ version of the Joint Land Use Study (JLUS) is on its way to the City Council, following a unanimous recommendation by the Planning Commission.
At its Monday, Dec. 10 meeting, City Planner Derrick Braaten said the current version of JLUS was built for the city, after extensive discussions between surrounding jurisdictions. The city has been involved with the JLUS process since the original report was released in 2009. Most of the work, however, has taken place in the last 12 to 18 months.
“It’s a living document,” he said.
JLUS, as approved by Spokane County and t...