When the Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly on Tuesday considers whether or not to shrink the borough’s planning commission, it will also mull input on the issue provided by the City of Soldotna.
Soldotna City Council members last week voted to send a list of proposed changes to an ordinance introduced by assembly member Bill Elam in April. Elam cited cost savings for the borough in bringing the ordinance forward.
The legislation, if approved, would change the composition of the Kenai Peninsula Borough Planning Commission such that it resembles the makeup of the borough assembly — or by decreasing the number of commissioners from 14 to nine.
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