For the third time, the Wichita Falls Planning and Zoning Commission will meet to discuss possible regulations on storage units.
In April, a proposed ordinance was slated as an item for Wednesday’s city council agenda, but it’s now being pushed to a later date.
As of now, the city has no provisions that govern temporary storage units on residential properties and — after several complaints — city officials said they wanted to do something about it.
The previous proposal targeted residential properties and would require residents to purchase a permit to keep a unit for up to 60 days in a one year period.
The commission may take action on the proposed ordinance on Wednesday at 2 p.m. inside the council chambers.