It’s the home stretch — almost — for the Sustainable Land Development Code being created for Santa Fe County.
The code will contain the regulations to guide future development and growth in Santa Fe County, a result of the adoption of the Sustainable Growth Management Plan back in 2010. At 4 p.m. today, the Santa Fe Board of County Commissioners sits down to what could be a final public hearing on the plan — with consideration of its adoption happening on Dec. 10. Of course, depending on what kind of feedback residents bring up, and depending on what further questions commissioners have, the plan’s adoption still might be a ways off. Show up to learn more; the meeting is at the county building, 102 Grant Ave.
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