Monday, March 25, 2013

Meetings: Mix of Old and New

UPDATE, 4:30pm: Town planner Rob White clarified that the planning commission open house is for public input on where the changes should be made to the comprehensive plan. This is your chance to say want you want to see in our future.

Two meetings this week offer a mix of forward planning and historical remnants:
  • Comprehensive Plan: Wednesday, March 27th at 7pm at the Joyce Community Center, the Ruston Planning Commission will hold a hearing on changes to the Comprehensive Plan. This plan lays out the guidelines and scope for all the zoning codes and future development. If you can't make the meeting, written comments can be emailed to The current 2003 plan can be viewed here... The discussion materials from the planning commission meeting on the issue are available here...
  • New Yard Replacement Program: Thursday, March 28th, 6:30-8:30pm at Point Defiance Elementary School, Washington State Department of Ecology will host an open house to outline their new yard cleanup program. The project includes reviewing the EPA cleanup on Ruston yards and potential replacement of some of those yards. More details are available here... 

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