By Bonnie Davidson
The Courier 

Glasgow's Growth Policy

Planning Board Debuts; Little Input At Public Hearing


As more home businesses are becoming part of today’s culture and Glasgow is shifting into a time of change, the city has looked to add a growth policy. The decision was made to go ahead with the policy through the firm DJ&A.

Recently, the company asked Glasgow for an additional $3,000 for their work on the growth policy and they were denied it as the city signed a contract to pay a set amount. The growth policy was needed to help make changes to local zoning ordinances. Those ordinances have become outdated with the new changes, and some terms are vague. Due to state law, changes can’t...

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