Upcoming Cascade County Public Hearing Regarding Zoning Regulations
There is a Public Hearing event scheduled for November 12, 2020 via Zoom.
This hearing will review revisions to the Cascade County Zoning Regulations, revisions that could very well effect the Madison Food Park Slaughterhouse and the future of our region. We suggest citizens of Cascade County consider attending the hearing or submit a public comment voicing your concerns.
The following is a statement from our partners Montanans For Responsible Land Use:
Hello Friends and Neighbors,
There is a public hearing for the Revised Zoning Regulations on Thursday, November 12 at
5:30 pm via zoom. As you recall we began writing comments about the Revised Zoning
Regulations in February 2019. On a vote of 4-3, the Planning Board recommended the
following in September 2019.
We agree with the Planning Board recommendation.
The current Planning Staff are recommending retention of the MU-40 District.
We disagree with the land use changes made in this MU-40 District.
2) Retain our current Agricultural zoning
3) We object to removing any Special Use Permits for large-scale intensive uses because
there are areas in the county that are not appropriate for large-scale uses and that may
not be in alignment with our growth policy.
Below are a few useful links to help you stay informed and get involved:
The public hearing on the Revised Zoning Regulations is on November 12 at 5:30 pm via Zoom
Register to attend the hearing via Zoom
Public comments may be sent through November 11. However, to have them placed in the Commissioners’ packets for early review they should be submitted by this Friday, November 6th
If you would like to submit a Public Comment in anticipation of the hearing, please use the provided form. All public comments, including to the Commissioners, use and submit this form to the Planning Department. The Planning Department then forwards public comments to the Commissioners. You may complete this form online and then email it to email@example.com.
View November 12th Meeting Agenda
View the list of materials provided by Planning Department staff as well as a collection of public comments received regarding the revisions and the revision process of 2019-2020 zoning regulations.
Check out this helpful table. This table shows use cases where Special Use Permits (SUPs) are required, providing an opportunity for public comment!
Read the recent article in The Electric for a brief rundown of what to expect in the meeting.