Monroe officials to streamline planning and zoning process

TRD New York /
Mar.March 29, 2018 12:46 PM

Officials in the town of Monroe will make it easier for residents and businesses to deal with zoning and planning applications, Fairfield Business Journal reported. Officials will reduce required paperwork, shrink wait times, and cut down on some planning requirements among other things. Officials noted that the changes will also bring down the cost for applicants. “We will continue to identify opportunities to make the process easier,” first selectman Ken Kellogg told the publication. [FBJ]

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