Public hearing's topic is major amendment to Dewey-Humboldt General Plan
The Dewey-Humboldt Town Council will conduct a public hearing this week about a proposed major amendment to the open space and environmental element of the town's inaugural General Plan, which voters rejected in the Nov. 4 General Election.
At 6:30 p.m. Tuesday inside Town Hall, 2735 S. Highway 69, council members will meet to decide whether to adopt the amendment, which the Planning and Zoning Commission approved after deleting its policy and strategy statements.
The council's Environmental Issues Advisory Committee filed the proposed major amendment, which added sections on air quality, water quality and natural resources, in addition to goals and strategies.
IN OTHER BUSINESS, the Town Council will:
Conduct a public hearing on a Planning and Zoning Commission ordinance amendment that would add commercial building design and development standards to the town's zoning ordinance.
Hear a request from Vice Mayor Warren Rushton to add items to the council's policy agenda list.
Consider a proposal to appoint members to Dewey-Humboldt's Clean Town Committee.
Consider formally accepting the canvass of the Nov. 4 General Election results in which voters turned down the town's first General Plan.
Consider a proposal for the town to accept a right-of-way parcel from Yavapai County.