Council Retreat on Regional Plan Friday, Dec 6
City Council will be discussing over 200 changes they want to make to the Citizen written Regional Plan 2030 at an all day meeting Friday, December 6 at the Aquaplex. Some of those changes include adding staff recommended roadways that the Citizen Advisory Council rejected including one across A-1 Mountain, a major wildlife corridor and changing "Climate Change" to "Climate Variation." Evidently the majority of this council does not believe climate change is a reality with severe impacts looming for Flagstaff and we have nothing to worry about. Looks like the City of Flagstaff has a lot to worry about.
Go to this link to review the "parking lot" or contested issues that will be discussed at the meeting.
Go to this link to see the meeting agenda.
Go to http://flagstaffmatters.com/ for details on the Regional Plan or contact us for more info on the plan itself.
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