The Roaring Fork Valley Regional Planning Commission (RFVRPC) is examining how land-use decisions are made in the mid-valley. The public is encouraged to weigh in at their meeting on Thursday.
The public is invited to ask questions about the Mid-Valley Area Community Plan, which is the document that’s supposed to guide land-use decisions in the parts of Eagle County around Basalt.
The questions discussed will include: Is growth happening in the right areas? And can utilities be connected to developments?
Recent applications have been so contentious, Eagle County’s commissioners asked the RFVRPC to take another look at the community plan.
The workshop begins at 4 p.m. at the Eagle County Community Center in El Jebel.