Friday, December 11, 2009

(KSFR) Santa Fe development plan going through changes (Podcast)

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-- Santa Fe's overall land development plan apparently is undergoing changes. County officials tell KSFR's Marion Cox that a meeting scheduled for Dec. 17 will be postponed because parts of the plan are not finished, after all. Cox reports that the officials are removing three parts of the existing plan that was thought to be near final approval. They include the oil and gas component, the section on community plans, and the capital improvements portion. Cox says it's not clear whether those elements will be reinserted in whole or in part. Listen. © Copyright 2009, KSFR

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