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Comp plan tabled by commission

Planning body seeks more input on transportation, land use but delay could put Cheney out of compliance with state growth law


Cheney’s Planning Commission has taken the unusual move of tabling approval of the city’s comprehensive plan — the document governing planning decisions over the next 20 years. In doing so, the commission raised the possibility the city could be out of compliance with state law, which requires entities updating their plans to have those approved and submitted to the Department of Commerce by July 1.

Cheney senior planner Brett Lucas also told the commission he needed to check with Commerce to see if there were ramifications for non-compliance, such as the loss of eligibility to receiv...

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