City Council approves revised street reservation plan

Red lines indicate future locations for city streets.
Red lines indicate future locations for city streets.
A revised reservation plan for future city streets gained approval from the Albion City Council after a public hearing Tuesday night, Oct. 11,
This plan had been revised from the original version adopted in December 2013. Construction of a new home on south Third Street would create a gap in the future South Street.
The Albion Planning Commission had discussed plan revisions at its September meeting and approved a resolution on Oct. 10 to forward the recommended revisions to the city council.
The revised map includes a new future designated street, 12th Street from Harrison to Church, along with some revisions in other designated streets south of Fairview and east of Sixth Street.
No objections to the future street reservation plan were raised during the public hearing.
The council adopted a resolution to amend the city’s comprehensive plan, and an ordinance changing the city’s zoning code and zoning map.