Around 10 PM on Monday night Missoula City Council still hadn't made a vote on the controversial ordinance involving accessory dwelling units or ADU's.
Two weeks ago, the city voted in favor of the ordinance with revisions after a public hearing. The proposal allows ADU's to be built in more areas of the city with some restrictions.
Monday night city officials were expected to vote in favor of the ordinance, but after a presentation of the number of people in protest to the vote, a decision was still not made.
Although the majority of the council members were expected to pass the ordinance, not all of them support of it.
"There's problems in the neighborhood now that haven't been addressed, and this will just add to the problems, like less parking, uncontrollable rentals," said Councilman Jon Wilkins. "It's also a change in zoning, and I don't think they've gone right way in change in zoning."
The city is expected to have made a decision by the end of the meeting.