COMMUNITY

Growth benchmarks could come to fruition

Earlier this year, the Keizer Planning Commission recommended that the city absorb as much of its growth as possible within its existing boundaries. 

However, the commission also tasked city staff with bringing back benchmarks that could show the city is moving toward expanding its Urban Growth Boundary (UFB).

At the planning Commission meeting Wednesday, Nov 13, Community Development Director Nate Brown unveiled what the . . .

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