The Moab City Council decided during a meeting last week to drastically limit the scope of its Planned Affordable Housing ordinance, also known as PAD. If the changes are approved, most residential areas in the city would be excluded from the plan, continuing to disallow developers from constructing higher density housing in those areas.
Moab City Manager David Everitt said he will not seek to renew his employment contract with the city when it lapses later this year.
On Monday, March 11, the Grand County League of Women Voters will give a presentation at the Grand County Library overviewing topics related to recycling in Moab, including challenges that come with recycling in a rural place and how it all works.
The City of Moab has updated its business license fee schedule to better reflect administrative costs, but fees for long-term rentals will require more deliberation. During its regular meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 26, the Moab City Council voted unanimously to approve the new fee schedule while striking long-term rentals from the list to be discussed more at a later date.