Get in your two cents' worth on how Ashland decides land issues tonight when the city's Planning Commission meets on proposals for new land use laws.

The meeting is at 7 p.m. in council chambers at the Civic Center at 1175 E. Main St.

The meeting is the publicís first opportunity to comment on a number of proposed revisions to city land-use laws.

Among issues: setback rules, a proposal for quicker procedures on land division requests, replacing hearings board decisions with staff approval of some questions and a possible fee for residents who appeal Planning Commission decisions.

The proposals are expected to go to the City Council for final approval in the fall.