Moyie Springs proposes new comp plan
February 6, 2013
The Moyie Springs City Council has developed a
proposed comprehensive land use plan, and
they're asking people in the city to take a look
and offer their comments.
Under Idaho Code, all cities and counties in the
state are required to develop a comprehensive
plan to look at resources and set goals for land
use planning. Based on the goals established,
land use laws are then developed to regulate and
direct growth to meet those goals.
The plan looks at several different areas, from
housing and the local economy to population and
agriculture, assessing current conditions and
No formal public hearings on the proposed plan
have yet been set, which are required before the
plan is formally adopted; the city council is
only at the beginning stage of the process and
seeking comments and suggestions.
According to city attorney Dan Featherston, the
process could take around six months before the
council officially adopts the plan.
The proposed plan is available at Moyie Springs
City Hall, or by
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