Ashland, Ore.– The controversial Normal Neighborhood Development plan is in the spotlight again and this time the City of Ashland Council is making a motion to accept the plan. No official decision will be made until October 6th but city councilors will accept the plan with at least eight amendments.
There will be no public comment until a second reading.
The Normal Neighborhood Development plan would add about 450 apartment units near Ashland Middle School, within the city’s urban growth boundary.
Some neighbors are concerned about issues ranging from traffic in the area, to the density and population it would bring.