Join in the conservation conversation at the Milton City Council Work Session Monday, June 8.
Residents, land and business owners are all needed for the Legacy Milton Initiative’s success. Mayor Joe Lockwood and the Milton City Council are working together to help conserve Milton for the future and need you to be a part of developing a plan. Ask questions, voice opinions and hear from your neighbors at the June 8 meeting, starting at 6 p.m. at City Hall.
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Instead of focusing on a single fix, the Legacy Milton Initiative is a comprehensive, long-term vision with policies, incentives and ideas to help conserve the look and feel of Milton. “At the beginning of the Conservation Subdivision Ordinance discussion in Milton, it became apparent that conservation in Milton is much more than a one-size-fits-all solution,” said Lockwood.
The Legacy Milton Initiative includes a number of conservation options, including the possibility for a green space bond voted on by citizens, potential impact fees on new developments and credits to incentivize larger lot sizes.
“I, along with the city council and support from our city staff, want to be able to leave a legacy and make a difference in Milton for future generations long after we are gone,” said Lockwood.