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Minor General Plan amendment to be discussed Nov. 18 by Mesa planning board

Posted 11/17/20

A city-wide minor General Plan amendment repealing and replacing the chapters for  “Community Character” and “Plan Implementation and Amendment” is to be discussed at the …

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Minor General Plan amendment to be discussed Nov. 18 by Mesa planning board

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A city-wide minor General Plan amendment repealing and replacing the chapters for  “Community Character” and “Plan Implementation and Amendment” is to be discussed at the 4 p.m. Nov. 18 meeting of the Mesa Planning and Zoning Board.

Members of the Planning and Zoning Board will appear electronically for the meeting via a video conferencing platform and the live meeting will be accessible via broadcast and telephonically.

The live meeting may be watched on local cable Mesa channel 11, at Mesa11.com/live or youtube.com/user/cityofmesa11/live, or
https://mesa11.zoom.us/j/5301232921 or listened to by calling 888-788-0099 or 877-853-5247 (toll free) using meeting ID 530 123 2921 and following the prompts.

The minor General Plan amendments include but are not limited to clarifying permitted zoning districts and land uses for each character type, adding minimum primary land use and zoning districts within the community character areas, revising the definition for major and minor character area map amendments, and adding approval criteria for character area map amendments.

In other business, the board is to vote to continue to the Dec. 16 meeting discussion on a site plan review for 1 acre within the 4200 block of South Signal Butte Road for the development of a car wash. Paul Devers of Cawley Architects Inc. is the applicant and Evergreen-Point 22 and Signal Butte LLC is the owner.

Mesa, Planning, zoning

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