Land Use

Land Use

Position

Louisville and Jefferson County should adopt comprehensive urban growth and land use policies that reconcile the conflicting demands development and environmental preservation which are in the long term public interest. 

Position

A balanced diversity of land uses in Falmouth

Position

The League of Women Voters of Los Alamos supports the development of residential neighborhoods that are sustainable and livable.

Position

The League of Women Voters of Los Alamos believes that our natural environment is integral to our community's unique sense of place and to our well-being and prosperity.

Position

The LWVN believes that a modern, properly maintained infrastructure is essential for health, safety, and positive economic life for the community.

Position

Managed growth is essential to the quality of life in Delaware County.
Event Date: 
Mar 18 2019 - 10:30am
Event location: 

Visalia Waste Water Treatment Plant

Just this past August Visalia's cutting-edge Waste WaterTreament Plant was upgraded. at $152 million, it's the biggest public works project our City has ever undertaken.

Position

The League of Women Voters of Benton and Franklin Counties supports regional planning and implementation of river shore development to carry out the following objectives (in order of priority): 1) preservation of the unique natural quality of the area's river shore; 2) enhanced recreational and cultural activities; 3) contribution to the region's tax base.

Position

League positions on Land Use were originally adopted in 1970, amended in 2017, and are reviewed annually.

Position

The League supports the development of a countywide comprehensive plan that incorporates principles of sustainable growth and is consistent with existing land use plans of local governmental subdivisions.

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