The board will not take any action on the proposal tonight.
Details were still being worked out Wednesday afternoon, but according to Community Development Director Chris Stone, the proposal will embrace some commercial areas, high and low density residential (the latter being virtually the only appropriate zoning for a flood plain) and limited industrial around the railroad crossings.
After the meeting, property owners in the affected areas will be notified, and a public hearing will be held. The board would vote on whether or not to recommend the proposal to the City Council at its regular meeting in August.
Tonight’s meeting is open to the public.