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Notice is hereby given that the

Snyderville Basin Planning Commission

will meet in regular session

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

 

Location: Sheldon Richins Building (Library), 1885 West Ute Boulevard, Park City, UT 84098

 

AGENDA

Agenda items may or may not be discussed in the order listed.

 
4:30PM

Site Visit-Meet at the Site

1. Site Visit to Woodward/Gorgoza . – Ray Milliner, Principal Planner
 

Work Session

1. Discussion regarding a proposed Conditional Use Permit for the Woodward/Gorgoza area.– Ray Milliner, Principal Planner      CLICK HERE FOR STAFF REPORT
 
6:00PM

Regular Session

1. Public input for items not on the agenda or pending applications.

2. ***This public hearing has been cancelled. Public hearing and possible action regarding a proposed Conditional Use Permit for a hotel and associated uses at the existing Colby School/Snowed Inn building in the Rural Residential Zone; PP-102-A-3. – Ray Milliner, Principal Planner

3. Public hearing and possible action regarding a Conditional Use Permit for a retail sales use with an outdoor storage yard; 6450 Silver Creek Drive; SCO-AM-9; Steve Lewis representing the owners, applicant. – Ray Milliner, Principal Planner   CLICK HERE FOR STAFF REPORT

4. Approval of minutes: July 25, 2017

DRC Updates

Commission Comments

Director Items

Adjourn


A majority of Snyderville Basin Planning Commission members may meet socially after the meeting. If so, the location will be announced by the Chair or Vice-Chair. County business will not be conducted.

To view staff reports available after Friday, October 6, 2017 please visit:

http://www.summitcounty.org

 

Individuals needing special accommodations pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities Act regarding this meeting may contact Melissa Hardy, Summit County Community Development Department, at (435) 615-3157.

 

 
Posted:       October 6, 2017                                                                                                                                

Published:   October 7, 2017 - Park Record