Some residents say U.N. plot is behind land-use revisions

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Some residents say U.N. plot is behind land-use revisions

Agenda 21 skeptics pipe up at La Plata County public meetings
David Holub/Special to the Herald; images via Adobe Stock
A flyer explaining Agenda 21 was circulated at a meeting Jan. 16 about proposed changes to the La Plata County land-use code.
A flyer explains the problem with sustainable development. It was circulated at a meeting Jan. 16 about proposed changes to the La Plata County land-use code.

Some residents say U.N. plot is behind land-use revisions

David Holub/Special to the Herald; images via Adobe Stock
A flyer explaining Agenda 21 was circulated at a meeting Jan. 16 about proposed changes to the La Plata County land-use code.
A flyer explains the problem with sustainable development. It was circulated at a meeting Jan. 16 about proposed changes to the La Plata County land-use code.

Some residents say U.N. plot is behind land-use revisions

A comment form submitted during a Jan. 16 public meeting about proposed changes to the La Plata County land-use code.

Some residents say U.N. plot is behind land-use revisions

La Plata County residents turned out in force Jan. 16 at the La Plata County Fairgrounds to voice their opinions about the county’s proposed changes to the land-use code.

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