A Public Workshop On Monroe Zoning is Tonight

The Planning & Zoning Commission has been revising and updating Monroe's zoning regulations.

The second public workshop on updating and revising Monroe's zoning regulations will be held in the Masuk High School library at 7 p.m. on Thursday.

It will start with a welcome and introduction by P&Z Commission Chairman Patrick O’Hara followed by a presentation by Frank Fish of BFJ Planning, the consulting firm that has been working with the commission.

Those in attendance may take part in roundtable discussions over different aspects of the regulations before closing remarks are made.

Hughes January 25, 2013 at 05:16 AM
I have my six figure income thanks to my great education. That should simple tell everyone that affluent educated individuals like myself opinions are always one hundred percent correct and beyond question . It is truly shocking that there seems to be so many uneducated backward individuals living here. The increase to the cost of living here which my opinions have helped create will force them to improve themselves or move.They should thank me for guiding them into this century. After all of my children graduate I will be moving to Florida or NC and I simply do not know how these lacking individuals and this town will survive.
jim laguardia January 25, 2013 at 05:46 AM
Too bad your "great education" didn't teach you it is "simply" not "simple" tell everyone..... Another fail
Tony Unger January 25, 2013 at 06:14 PM
This meeting last night was excellent. I wish more people had attended. Please try to make the next meeting and be a part of where Monroe is going. While I share some of the concerns about having farms. We live in a democracy where the majority rules. Tony
jim laguardia January 25, 2013 at 06:21 PM
Not sure why my other comment is still pending approval... But I had planned on going to this meeting but had to be elsewhere
James Wadsworth January 25, 2013 at 07:20 PM
Can someone from the P&Z explain what went down at this meeting? The only thing I heard is that significant portions of Monroe were declared farm land only. It would be appreciated if someone with knowledge on this subject could fill us in as this effects the whole town. Wish I could have attended.


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