Codington County Voters Now Faced With Two Elections — Details Below!
The Codington County Justice Advisory Committee has settled on it’s recommendations for a new jail and court services upgrades. Commissioner Lee Gabel, who chairs the committee presented an explanation for the commissioners at Tuesday’s meeting.
The committee is hopeful the price will come in at less than 20 million dollars:
On another topic Commissioner Myron Johnson says he has been informed by planning and zoning official Luke Mueller that an executive summary will be ready soon explaining to the public the impact of the upcoming March 27th Referendum asking voters to either support or oppose repealing Ordinance 65, which comprises literally all of the county’s zoning ordinances.
In the meantime a moratorium on building permits remains in effect in Codington County for at least another week as the county looks over the impact of a possible repeal of all of the county’s zoning laws. County Auditor Cindy Brugman says plans are moving ahead for the special election March 27th.