The Hill City Planning and Zoning Commission is close to completing a new comprehensive plan for the city, reports KOTA News. The theme for the plan is “slow and steady growth.” While it is not the city’s first comprehensive plan, the last time one was instated was 1984.
The Black Hills Council of Local Governments was hired to work on the plan, which includes seven categories. Under the plan, the city will aim to expand city limits, upgrade transportation, and increase affordable housing.
The plan will now go before the city’s planning and zoning committee for approval. If approved, the plan will go to the full city council for a vote.
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