Zoning Changes Introduced @ Ruston City Council

Some changes to Ruston’s Code of Ordinances for zoning were introduced at last night’s meeting of the Board of Aldermen. The changes include the addition of public multi-sport recreational complexes as a permitted use in the R-1 one-family residential district, the B-2 light business district, and the D-1B research/office business district.

Also, mini warehouses, self storage, and signage are addressed in the proposed ordinance.

Before adoption, presumably at the next council meeting, a public hearing must be held.

See here the proposed ordinance.

A resolution was approved allowing application for a Department of Environmental Quality loan to improve the North Sewage Treatment Plant.

Among the improvements proposed include the clarifiers, filters, headworks, and sludge removal equipment.

Final approval was given for an ordinance establishing the time, date, and place for the Board of Alderman’s monthly meetings for calendar year 2018.

See here the ordinance.

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