Western Weber March 13, 2012

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Clock.png The meeting will be held in the Weber County Commission Chambers, Weber Center (2380 Washington Blvd). The meeting will begin at 5:00 p.m. in the order listed below.

In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, person needing auxiliary services for these meetings should call the Weber County Planning Commission.
  • Pledge of Allegiance
  • Roll Call:

1. Minutes:

1.1. Approval of the February 14, 2012 meeting minutes

2. Consent Agenda:

2.1. DR2012-02 Consideration and action for approval of a site plan of a large accessory building located at 3071 S 3500 W in the Agricultural A-2 Zone (Val Sanders, Applicant)

3. Petitions, Applications and Public Hearings:

  • Old Business:

3.1. ZO-2010-10 Consideration and action for approval of staff amendments to the Weber County Zoning Ordinance Chapter 1 (General Provisions), Chapter 9-A (Shoreline Zone (S-1), Chapter 23 (Supplementary and Qualifying Regulations), Chapter 24 (Parking and Loading Space, Vehicle Traffic, and Access Regulations), Chapter 29 (Board of Adjustment, Chapter 31 (Administration), and Chapter 36-B (Hillside Development Review Procedures and Standards) regarding the Weber Board of Adjustment

  • New Business:

3.2. LVA052610 Consideration and action for revised preliminary approal of the Allen Horseplay Cluster Subdivision (13 Lots), within the Agricultural A-1 Zone located at approximately 2200 S 3500 W (Vaughn Allen, Applicant)

4. Public Comments:

5. Planning Commissioner's Remarks:

6. Staff Communications:

6.1. Planning Director's Report:
6.2. Legal Counsel's Remarks:

Adjoun for a Work Session

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7. Work Session Agenda Items:

WS.1. Update & Discussion: Agri-Tourism

Adjournment

Download a full copy of the Western Weber March 13, 2012 packet, in Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF), here. Packets are available only for the current agenda and approximately thirty days after that date.

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