The recommendation goes next to the board of county commissioners Sept. 30 for a final decision.
The planning commission was hearing the case for the second time after the county commissioners asked the citizen board to re-examine the allowed density level.
Jim Spaanstra, chairman of the planning commission, argued for the higher number because of the high price of gas and the opportunity to encourage more people to work and live in the same place.
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