HARKER HEIGHTS – In a Tuesday City Council workshop, Mayor Mike Aycock urged council members to draft a binding, comprehensive city concept plan for future development.

City Code dictates that developers submit mapped plans detailing how their building would fit in with surrounding lots and development.

But Aycock called for passing a new ordinance which would establish clear-cut citywide guidelines for developers to follow in their project-specific concept plans. The council didn’t reach any agreement.

Contact Brian Bradley at bbradley@kdhnews.com or (254) 501-7567

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