By Ryan Bray
A bill that was scheduled for a vote in the Massachusetts State Senate this week could have longterm implications for the future of zoning and planning in Falmouth if approved.
The bill, S. 2311, was scheduled to be voted on in the senate Friday, June 10. If passed, the bill would then need to go before the House of Representatives for a vote.
Updates to existing state zoning and planning laws are proposed through the bill, including a requirement that towns put together comprehensive master plans for their communities.