Killeen’s newly established masonry and design committee will meet tonight to examine census data and current real estate market trends in the city before determining what it wants to dictate to future residential and commercial structures through its design code.
An ordinance developed by the city’s planning and zoning commission calling for residentially zoned homes to be built with 75 percent masonry material on all sides of the first floor and 50 percent on the second floor was narrowly shot down by the council earlier this month. The proposed ordinance also required commercially zoned structures to be composed of 80 percent masonry materials.
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