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Franklin County Planners Hear From Public on Master Plan

From Public on County’s Master Plan

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Posted: Saturday, July 21, 2012 8:00 am

After hearing opinions from about a dozen individuals, many of them residing in the Labadie area, as well as making a few notations of its own, the Franklin County Planning and Zoning Commission Tuesday night decided to take a month to digest the comments before possibly making a recommendation to the county commission regarding the updated master plan.

The public comment portion took up more than half of the meeting in the county government center in Union as residents mainly expressed concerns about changing the area of the proposed county’s land-use map where Ameren Missouri houses its power plant along the Missouri River near Labadie. Currently, the map lists that land-use area as “utility.” The updated version names that future land use as “industrial.”

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