Dunes City votes to become Second Amendment Preservation City

Dunes City votes to become Second Amendment Preservation City

Council considers several issues as well as declaring a state of emergency April 8, 2020 — The Dunes City Council discussed a variety of issues during its last meeting on March 25, including declaring the city a Second Amendment Preservation City as well as declaring a state of emergency regarding the novel coronavirus COVID-19. However, the council first discussed the goals of Dunes City, which included filing an extension of water right permits which are set to expire in 2021; obtaining and install new security system in and around city hall; finishing and adopting land use codes; issuing regular newsletters; and installing a rough trail on the Rebecca’s Trail property and removing dangerous trees from the right of way. The council also looked at Dunes City’s strategic plan, which covered a wide variety of issues, including expanding local business. “There’s so minimal business, is this something we want to encourage?” asked Councilor Alan Montgomery. “And if so, we’re going to have to change the whole zoning and everything in order to give them some place to work.” Councilor Susan Snow replied, “It’s not like we wanted a whole bunch of businesses in. We want the ones that are here to be able to thrive and do better than they’re doing. It’s encouraging, it’s not opening up.” However, there are some businesses the council would like to see reopen, particularly in the Westlake area which, at one time, had a bait shop, grocery store and a restaurant. “My thought with […]

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