Several Boulder County planning panelists resist yielding role in land-use decisions – Boulder Daily Camera

Several Boulder County Planning Commission members objected Wednesday to the possibility that they might lose their current ability to approve or reject proposed changes to the Boulder Valley Comprehensive Plan.

During a joint Wednesday afternoon discussion of comprehensive plan issues with the Board of County Commissioners and city and county planning staffs, Planning Commissioner Sam Fitch argued for retaining the four-party review-and-approval requirement.

That’s “really important,” Fitch said. “Land-use mistakes are very hard to reverse.”

A Boulder City Council majority has emerged in favor of removing the county commissioners and county planning commissioners from their present decision-making roles about proposed changes in Area II.

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