Sandpoint Reader, February 25, 2021
Enjoy a two part feature article written by Project 7B Board Member Susan Drumheller.
Sandpoint Reader, March 4, 2021
Welcome to Project 7B
Project 7B is a non-partisan group, who simply want to help the residents of Bonner County understand and become more involved in land use planning. For that reason, Project 7B decided early in its existence to advocate for transparent land use planning and processes, and encourage public education and involvement in those processes. It also encourages jurisdictions to cooperate with each other to achieve mutual goals.
Project 7B’s Website:
Project 7B has created this website as a resource for the public to learn about land use planning in Bonner County and the area’s cities, and how to get involved. Land use planning can be an overwhelming topic to jump into and we aim to make this task less intimidating with the goal of encouraging citizen engagement in the local planning process. In this website you will find information about the basics of land use planning on our Land Use Primer page including summarized fact sheets about planning, zoning and the laws that guide these processes. Please visit our Updates page to learn about what is new with planning in our county and local cities. We have numerous links to more in-depth information on our Resources pages: Cities, Bonner County and General Planning.
Support Project 7B
Thank you for being a Project 7B follower. It’s a lot of work keeping up with area planning, and we’re here to help protect planning principles and support citizen involvement. In 2021 the BC Planning Department plans to amend the mining ordinance, as well as subdivision and nearshore codes.
We work to educate locals about the power of land use planning to support community goals and individual property rights and encourage responsible public participation in planning and government. Project 7B is important to the future of our area.
Please consider donating to help us continue to keep Bonner County residents informed.
Time-lapse Imagery of the Last Quarter Century on Earth
Take a look at this site from TIME magazine http://world.time.com/timelapse/. Choose a location and watch the changes that have occurred from the mid-1980s until 2012 from satellite images strung together. You can look at some of their focus locations such as Las Vegas or the Amazon or you can type in any location such as Bonner County.