Additional adjustments to the city’s landscaping ordinance were suggested during a two-hour Aberdeen City Council work session this week.
The possible changes, drafted following discussion with a subcommittee of council members, were first reviewed April 5. But instead of approving the first reading, the council opted to discuss the revisions further during a work session.
Talk Monday covered a variety of nuances within the ordinance. As an example, one change modifies when a project must include landscaping.
Now, that threshold is a 1,000-square-foot building addition that has at least $100,000 in value. One of the proposed changes is to increase those amounts to 2,500 square feet and $200,000.
Mayor Travis Schaunaman suggested upping the value…