Notice is hereby given that the St. George City Planning Commission will hold electronic public hearings on Tuesday, April 28, 2020 at 5:00 PM to consider the following:
A request for a General Plan amendment to change approximately 8.43 acres from MDR (Medium Density Residential), OS (Open Space), and COM (Commercial) to MHDR (Medium High Density Residential). The applicant is TW, LLC and the representative is Bob Hermandson, Bush and Gudgell, Inc. The property is generally located east of Twin Lakes Drive and approximately between 700 North and 800 North. Case No. 2020-GPA-009.
Pursuant to the Executive Order issued by Governor Gary Herbert on March 18, 2020 regarding Electronic Public Meetings, please be advised that the St. George Planning Commission meeting will be held electronically. The meeting will be broadcast via Zoom. Persons who are allowed to comment during the meeting may also do so via Zoom. You may login to the meeting by visiting: https://zoom.us/j/97483303013 or by calling one of the following phone numbers:
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Meeting ID: 974 8330 3013
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Instructions for participation will be given at the onset of the meeting.
An anchor location will be located at the St. George City Hall Council Chambers located at 175 E 200 N, St. George, Utah. Due to recommendations from the State of Utah and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, electronic attendance/participation is strongly encouraged as space at the anchor location will be limited. Please contact Brenda Hatch at (435) 627-4206 with any questions regarding electronic participation in the Planning Commission meeting.
Reasonable Accommodation: The City of St George will make efforts to provide reasonable accommodations to disabled members of the public in accessing City programs. Please contact the City Human Resources Office, 627-4671, at least 24 hours in advance if you have special needs.
Spectrum Publication: April 18, 2020