October 19, 2021

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Council to remove household density modifications from UDO

HOLLAND — Holland Metropolis Council has cooled on quite a few proposed changes to the city’s zoning guidelines that would have allowed for far more density in two zone districts.

The improvements had been proposed as element of the Unified Advancement Ordinance, the city’s multi-yr challenge to overhaul its zoning code, generating it person-welcoming and updating out-of-date parts of the code.

The UDO was created and authorised by the Holland Setting up Commission and is awaiting adoption into legislation by the town council. 

At a analyze meeting Wednesday, council members signaled they would vote to ditch the provisions of the UDO that angered inhabitants of the centre-town Common Community Residential zone district and the solitary-household Very low Density Household zone district, currently referred to as R-1, but proposed to be named LDR.

Additional:UDO: Council testimonials controversial zoning changes in research meeting