Red Tape Reduction Task Force to Present Findings
Recommendations to improve project processing will be heard by the County Board of Supervisors on Wednesday, December 7th. The board appointed Task Force began its work in April and focused on the discretionary land use permitting process and produced 17 recommendations to improve regulatory efficiency. The recommendations include ongoing staff training, an end to redundant plan checks, reform planning group procedures and the creation of an Audit Committee to monitor the regulatory process.
The recommendations were crafted following 16 meetings and multiple interviews with county staff. The Supervisors are expected to accept the report and direct staff to evaluate the findings and report back within 60 days.
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