You are not required to attend the public hearings and no action is required from you. However, it is your right as a property owner to attend and/or speak at the public hearings.
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Your property will not be affected by the change in zoning from interim to permanent and zoning does not affect any deed restrictions or platted setbacks.
You received this notice because the City is required to notify property owners within 200 feet of a zoning change in accordance with state law. Your property will not be affected and no action is required from you.
No, you are not required to speak or provide comments during the public hearings.
Please note that if you do not wish to speak during the public hearing, you can still submit written comments ahead of the meeting. A staff member will read the comments into the record during the public hearing.
In order to limit the spread of COVID-19, as recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the meeting will be conducted online. Members of the public wishing to speak during the public hearings may do so in two ways:
Due to the changing of restrictions regarding COVID-19, the City is hosting meetings at City Hall. Members of the public wishing to speak during the public hearings may do so in two ways:
You can also watch the meeting from the comfort of your home using the following options:
Please note that the above options are to watch the meetings only and do not offer an opportunity to participate in the meeting.