Proposed amendments to the text of Bloomington’s unified development ordinance (UDO), and proposed changes to the citywide zoning map, were scrutinized by the public in late 2020.
Revised versions of the proposed text and map changes have now landed in front of the city’s nine-member plan commission.
In about an hour on Monday night, the city’s plan commission dispatched a handful of the more non-controversial zoning changes.
Votes on three proposed changes came after commissioners received an overview of the whole package from development services manager Jackie Scanlan.
Plan commission president Brad Wisler remarked, “We’re off to a pretty good start here.” Continue reading “Zoning law revisions considered by Bloomington plan commission: 3 down, 7 to go”