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Bowie Planning & Zoning Controversy Vote

If you'd like to be appointed to Bowie's Planning and Zoning Commission, now is the time to apply.
If you'd like to be appointed to Bowie's Planning and Zoning Commission, now is the time to apply.

After what the mayor calls an open meetings violation by the commission, Bowie's City Council has debated for months what to do with commission members.

Then, with the controversial issue back on the agenda, of removing all 5- members, it was revealed during Tuesday night's council meeting each member resigned Tuesday afternoon.

City Manager, Ricky Tow says the resignations started coming in around 2:30, and continued through late afternoon.

So, after a short executive session, the council took a vote.

"I make a motion to accept those five resignations. Motion being made, 2nd? Second. How do you vote? Aye. Aye. Aye. Aye. Aye. Aye. Okay, the motion carries. All the resignations were accepted."

Tow says Planning and Zoning Commission applications will be voted on during the next city council meeting, set for December 17th.
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