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Monday, September 27, 2010

Important Ogden Valley Planning Meeting Tuesday

Snowbasin Addenda Attached

The Ogden Valley Planning commission will be meeting Tuesday and several important items are on the agenda.

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.

We will highlight some of the important items below, but click here to view the entire agenda
2-2. CUP 2003-12 Consideration and action on a request to amend the Edgewater Beach Resort PRUD (CUP2003-12 ) by eliminating the garage from Phase 1, reducing the total number of units from 168 to 166, and eliminating the entry monuments/statues and fencing in Phase 1; Celtic Bank, Applicant 
2-3. UVT 02-1606 Consideration and action on a request for a variance to the Weber County Subdivision Ordinance to allow an additional one-year time extension of final approval for Trappers Crossing Subdivision; PC Land Development LLC, Applicant

 Regular Agenda

  • Old Business
3-1. ZP 2010-03 Consideration and/or action on Zoning Petition #2010-03 by Snowbasin Resort Company to rezone approximately 3,808 acres, at Snowbasin Resort, from Forest Valley-3 (FV-3),Forest¬¬-5 (F-5), and Forest-40 (F-40) to the Ogden Valley Destination and Recreation Resort Zone (DRR-1) 
Click here to view Snowbasin's latest addenda
  • New Business
3-2. CUP 2010-17 Consideration and action regarding a request for approval of a Conditional Use Permit for Alpine Liquor Agency, a Utah state contracted packaged liquor store, located at approximately 2393 North Highway 158; Bruce Balducki, Applicant
3-3. ZONORD 2009-13 Consideration and action on the staff recommendation regarding amendments to the Weber County Zoning Ordinance Chapter 22C Conditional Uses


What Bat Girl wants, Bat Girl gets.
And she even provides us with the links. Thanks Bat Girl - keep it up and Boy Wonder will be out of a job! 

By Bat Girl

Why does the OGDEN VALLEY UTAH FORUM have no coverage of the CORROON v HERBERT race??

Since you regularly link to WEBER COUNTY FORUM, why not just link to all the CORROON v Herbert info on WCF and save yourself some time?

Corroon fields questions / Gubernatorial candidate addresses issues involving federal government

Monday, September 20, 2010
Two 2010 Election Events Set For This Evening
Tonight: A Peter Corroon Open House on the WSU campus; and a KUED-televised US Senate candidate debate.

Sunday, September 19, 2010 More On Governor Herbert's Ostensible "Pay to Play" Problem
Oh my. The ever-classy Utah GOP Chair Dave Hansen even says "somebody wants to rip off [Peter] Corroon’s head "

Friday, September 17, 2010
Standard-Examiner: Herbert Sends Angry Letter to Corroon
...and the Corroon Campaign responds

Wednesday, September 15, 2010

County Commission Race Heats Up

Don't miss Rudi's important run down on the latest in the Weber County Commission Seat B race:

Standard-Examiner: Salomon Center Fundraiser Free-For-All

Mayor Godfrey is supporting Mr. Gibson, but it seems as though he should be supporting watch dog Amy Wicks so the watchful eyes would be shifted from City Hall to the Commission Chambers.

Tuesday, September 07, 2010

Elections Less Than Two Month's Away

With the elections rapidly approaching, the Ogden Valley Forum will be taking an active role.   The County Commission race is one that will have a large impact on the future of Ogden Valley as two of the three commission seats are up for grabs this election cycle.

The forum plans to give each commission candidate the opportunity to address Ogden Valley residents in the weeks ahead, and we plan to submit a list of questions to each of the candidates and will post their answers on our site.

We are in the process of compiling questions to ask the commission candidates and would like to have some input from the locals.  Please submit your suggestions for questions by emailing and place "Commission questions" in the subject line.  Alternatively, post your question below by clicking the comment link below.