STANTON— The Stanton City Commission presented a 20-year master plan during Tuesday’s meeting.
The new plan took a year of work to get to this point, and addresses land use, zoning, development, pipes, demographic data and goals for the next 20 years.
Master plans are supposed to be updated every five years. Stanton’s most recent plan was from 1995 and many of the issues were no longer relevant, according to City Manager Jake Eckholm.
The plan is required to be reviewed by the city commission. However, because of the breadth of the plan and the absence of three city commissioners Tuesday, it was decided hold the vote until the Sept. 13 meeting.