Currently 3 Responses
- Anyone interested in this matter should read the full text of the Aquarius letter to the Commission (in the LBK News) as it details the conditions noted above and includes specific time frames and a monitor/penalty mechanism if the Colony does not follow through. If the Commission grants another unconditional extension it is asking for more of the same over the years to come.
- I am concerned about the provisions of the municode, such as -
TITLE 3 - ADMINISTRATION
Chapter 33 - BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS
TITLE 9 - GENERAL REGULATIONS
Chapter 96 - HEALTH AND SANITATION
Chapter 103 - HAZARDOUS MATERIAL INCIDENT COST RECOVERY
TITLE 15 - LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE
Chapter 150 - BUILDINGS
My 2 Cents
- If you are interested in resolution at the Colony, I suggest reading the full text of the Aquarius letter as it not only outlines the summary contingencies as noted above, but also suggested time frames and a possible monitor/penalty mechanism should the Colony parties not follow through. If the Commission allows another unconditional extension, they are inviting more of the same for years to come.
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