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Residential living in downtown business district?

Board considers allowing residential living to fill empty storefronts

 

March 14, 2019



WORLAND — After approving a special exemption for a hair salon, the Worland Board of Adjustment and Planning Commission turned their attention to discussion allowing residential living in the central business district.

Building official Randy Adams said the board has had some preliminary discussions on looking at allowing residential living in the central business district to help eliminate the empty storefronts in downtown Worland.

Now is the time that the BAPC needs to put the discussion as a priority, Adams said.

Council member Dennis Koch, liaison between the BAPC and city council sai...



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