Airway Heights approves JLUS
Council approves its 2013 state legislative agenda
The Airway Heights City Council approved its version of the Joint Land Use Study at its Monday, Dec. 17 meeting.
The land use document intended to provide additional protection to Fairchild Air Force Base passed with a unanimous vote.
“We have JLUS,” Mayor Patrick Rushing said.
Airway Heights has been working on the document with surrounding jurisdictions for several months now, in an attempt to make the document more urban-friendly. City Planner Derrick Braaten frequently iterated that the version passed by the city of Spokane and Spokane County worked for rural zoning, but not for...
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