Planning Commission gets review of simplified, compacted housing codes
If Cheney’s new zoning code review process can be summed up in two words, it’s likely those words are simplicity and flexibility.
Particularly the latter, something city planner Brett Lucas repeated often as the Planning Commission continued its Chapter 21 reviewing process. At its Aug. 12 meeting the commission focused on Low Density Residential, currently defined as single-family and two-family housing.
The new section is actually two sections combined into one by eliminating the old Single-Family Residential (R-1) Zone, Chapter 21.14, and blending it into the current Chapter 21.20, T...