Preserving and promoting residential livability takes center stage at Cheney planning meeting
Cheney Planning commissioners got their first look at proposed changes to the city’s low density residential district codes at their regular monthly meeting Dec. 10, changes designed to “preserve and promote neighborhood livability” while providing housing choices and lot flexibility for developers.
“Again, this is a draft,” Community Development Director Brian Jennings told the commission. “We’re not expecting that we nailed this right out of the gate.”
The proposed changes affect what are currently referred to as SR-1, R-1 and R-2 single-family and two-family residential z...
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