Tusten road use agreement; burdensome new regulations?
Council member Norman Meyer said his recollection from Delta was that the baseline study was to be updated every year, which might fall under the auspices of the highway superintendent. He said if the town went in that direction, his own preference might be that a yearly study be done by a professional organization such as Delta.
“How much would that cost taxpayers?” Lang asked.
“Delta would have to tell us.”
Jackson said the law is not limited to Tusten. Surrounding towns are passing similar laws. Lang said the law had not been posted on the website and he had not read it. Wingert said the hearing would be continued at another meeting on October 10 to allow people time to read it.