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Posted on: November 16, 2023

[ARCHIVED] Public Hearing - Amended Development Agreement Carroll - ADO

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Public Hearing Notice

Land Use Development Application 

 

Project Title:              Amended Development Agreement Alternative Dwelling Overlay - Extension Request

Project Description:    In accordance with LUC section 4.9.6. G - Lapse of Approval:  

 

The ADO District approval shall automatically expire and be void unless a site plan is approved for the development within six months of ADO District approval, and if certificate of occupancy is not issued within two years of ADO District approval. An extension of up to six months may be granted, upon written request from the applicant and approval of the County Commission of an amended Development Agreement.  

 

The Alternative Dwelling Overlay applicant listed below has submitted a written request for a six month extension as required.

 

Project Address:         2850 S Hwy 191, Moab, Utah

Parcel ID#                   02-0020-0020

 

Project Brief:                Thirty-six (36) dwelling sites proposed including full sewer, water and electric hook-ups for each site                                    

Property Owners:        Susan J Carroll, Trustee

Applicant:                    Tyson Carroll

 

Public Hearing Information

Grand County Commission 


Date:         Tuesday November 28th 2023

Time:        4:00 PM or later

Location:           In Person Location: County Commission Chambers 

125 E Center St. Moab, UT 84532

                    Or -Via Zoom with Meeting ID: 214 317

          Link:  Zoom Link

        Agenda Packet: www.grandcountyutah.net/AgendaCenter

 

For more information contact the

Grand County Planning & Zoning Department

125 E. Center St.

Moab, Utah 84532

435-259-1343

A public hearing is a statutory requirement for some land use decisions.  At a public hearing, members of the public are provided a reasonable opportunity to comment on the subject of the hearing


 

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