Voters of the unincorporated areas of the state are authorized to establish community councils as provided in this chapter.
It is the purpose of this chapter to provide voters of unincorporated areas in counties with a population of over thirty thousand that are made up entirely of islands with direct input on the planning and zoning of their community by establishing a governmental mechanism to adopt proposed community comprehensive plans and proposed community zoning ordinances that are consistent with an overall guide and framework adopted by the county legislative authority. In addition, it is the purpose of this chapter to have community councils serve as forums for the discussion of local issues.
[1991 c 363 § 99.]
| Purpose -- Captions not law -- 1991 c 363: See notes following RCW 2.32.180.|