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Monday, April 23, 2007

Ogden Valley Planning Commission Agenda 4-24-07 and notice of cancellation of the Public hearing to review the proposed ordinances

We are not sure why, but the Public hearing scheduled for April 24, 2007 has been cancelled. Here is the notice posted on the Planning Commission web site:


There will not be a public hearing on the three proposed Ogden Valley ordinances on April 24th

The regularly scheduled planning commission meeting is still on for 4:30 PM with a pre meeting at 4:00 PM

At first glance, it appears as there are no big surprises, but there may just be. Pay closed attention to the items in Bold and note the comments in italics.

Consent Agenda Items
A. Conditional Use Permit CUP #09-07 Site Plan Approval for Carvers Cove Petting Farm located at approximately 2329 N. 5025 E. in Eden
B. Final Approval for Powder Ridge Condominiums Phase 1 Second Amendment (30 Units) located at approximately 6172 Powder Ridge Road

Regular Agenda Items

1. Conditional Use Permit CUP #08-07 Site Plan Approval for Powder View Waste Water Treatment Facility at 4675 N. 2900 E., Liberty Another sewage treatment plant for Liberty. Be aware of the location, especially if it is in your neighborhood.

2. Conditional Use Permit CUP #10-07 Site Plan Approval for Sal Pineview Cell Tower Located at 678 N. 7100 E., Zoning AV-3

3. Zoning Petition Z.P. #03-07 by Casey Quinn to Rezone lots 3, 4, 6 and 7 of Section 2, Township 5 North, Range 2 East from Forest F-40 to Forest F-5
The planning department is even against this one!

4. Preliminary Approval of Copyak Subdivision Amended Lots 2 & 3 located at approximately 2450 N. Highway 158
Near Diamond Peaks Ski Shop

To see more details and the Planning Department comments,

Click here to view

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The Zoning petition #03-07 is for property in very close proximity to the primary water source for Huntsville Town and in the Sheepherd/Bennett area on the Southeast side of the Valley. The impact from more homes would certainly have an impact on Huntsville's water supply and the rezone should be disallowed for that reason alone.

Richard L. Sorensen
Huntsville Town Council