City Administrator Al Fincham introduced a drafted ordinance regarding solar power to the council Monday, asking that they review it in their next committee of the whole meeting.
The ordinance is the result of , and help from city attorney Charles Bershback.
Fincham asked that the council review the ordinance since the city attorney has gotten involved and helped with drafting it. Council voted unanimously to review it at the next committee of the whole meeting.
Before any ordinance may be adopted, the committee of the whole would have to refer it to council for an official vote and then the ordinance would have to go through several public readings before it could be enacted.
Solar power in the Pointes first became a topic of discussion in after but drew the attention of the planning commission members.
The Shores planning commission is in the and has imposed and until the ordinance is passed.
It is the belief of planning commission members from both cities that solar power will become more popular with time as the industry improves the product and the price declines.
A copy of the Woods draft of the ordinance was not immediately available Monday.