Freeland Subarea Plan, county comprehensive plan to be discussed at public hearing

For those who would like to give their input on the county comprehensive plan and the updated Freeland Subarea Plan before adoption, the last chance to do so may be later this week.

The Island County Planning Commission has called for a public hearing from 4-6 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 10 at the Island County Board of Commissioners Hearing Room to consider a recommendation to the board to adopt the aforementioned plans. Amendments to the county code of ordinances and revisions to the zoning atlas will also be considered for adoption.

The revisions being reviewed reflect proposed changes to the comprehensive plan and property owner requests.

The hearing room is located at 1 6th Street NE in Coupeville. Meeting materials are posted online at and comments can be submitted to

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