|City gets time to complete land-use plan|
By Ken Anderson
From a discussion on a comprehensive land-use plan to how many chickens a resident can have in the city to mailbox placement, a diverse range of topics were discussed at last week’s Eagle River City Council meeting.
Most municipalities have completed their state-mandated comprehensive land-use plans, but Eagle River held off on the suggestion the requirement would be overturned by the legislature. But that hasn’t happened.
Having missed the state deadline, the city was granted an extension since officials were actively working on completing the requirement. The council looked at a draft comprehensive plan last week.Councilman Jerry Burkett asked if the phrase
|Tuesday, May 21, 2013 5:32 PM|