Frisco Town Council to vote on cabin housing code changes |

Frisco Town Council to vote on cabin housing code changes

Drew Andersen
summit daily news

Frisco Town Council will vote on a second reading of proposed changes to the cabin housing code as part of its regular meeting tonight.

Staff- and council-agreed projects started under the cabin housing code were not meeting the original aim of the goal, to provide affordable housing in detached dwelling units for a diverse number of household sizes. The proposed changes would affect the applicability, density, basement, open space, building height and parking requirements for cabin-housing projects.

Council will also vote on a first reading of an ordinance to allow for permits for private property owners to make shallow excavations outside of the April 15 to Oct. 31 window. The ordinance also shifts responsibilities from the excavation chapter of the town code from the public works director to the town manager. Another resolution would apply a similar responsibility shift to the parks and open space chapter of the code.

Council will vote whether to approve a liquor license for The Lost Cajun restaurant on Main Street. And finally, council will vote on a second reading on whether to donate an additional $40,000 to the Summit Housing Authority 5A fund.

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