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Delta County launches land use and development forum

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Curious about how subdivision works? Want to understand more about zoning? Confused by our existing land use requirements? Interested in understanding the difference between a master plan and regulations? Delta County invites community members to the first in a series of community forums on Thursday, Feb. 28, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at The Creamery in Hotchkiss. The purpose of these forums is to build a solid base of understanding about the various land use tools and processes the county will be exploring as part of the land use regulation update taking place this year.

This first forum is titled "Why do land use regulations matter in building community prosperity?" The forum will feature a panel including an economic developer, a business owner, a local developer, a Delta County planning commissioner, and a Delta County commissioner. This interactive discussion will explore how land use regulations and policies impact our ability to grow community prosperity and economic development.

The county is deploying various means of reaching out to county residents, property owners and businesses during the land use update. Community forums are being scheduled over the next few months to help Delta County build an understanding of the different toolboxes available in land use regulations and the different ways those tools can be applied in Delta County to support the county's vision and goals.

To be notified about community forums, receive updates, and learn about other ways to get involved, sign up for email notifications at www.deltacountyplan.com.

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