Cheney proposes occupancy code changes
Water conservation measures also being proposed through possible monetary incentives
Last updated 2/6/2020 at 10:17am
CHENEY – A public hearing has been set for March 9 on changes to a pair of ordinances, one addressing residential occupancy issues and the other designed to encourage water conservation.
Both ordinances changes acome after repeated concerns from citizens. The most vocal has been the issue of residential occupancy, specifically the concept of “functional family” and how that definition impacts such things as parking and noise complaints in neighborhoods.
According to the Notice of Application from the city publishing the proposed changes, most of the occupancy language in the current c...
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