|Paper||Beaver County Monitor|
|Rights||In Copyright (InC)|
|Rights Holder||Alice Smith|
|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Beaver County Monitor|
Page 4 Editorial Supplement to Beaver County Monitor Truth (Continued from page 3) obvious.) Hrnmm.....how about the city council? An accident? This body has served me well, but it is showing signs of age, wrinkles and sags; I don't think I would compromise my soul to hold onto it However, if . ..as you say.. . my house is worth two or three times as much as it was when I purchased it 5 years a go... during Milford's worst slump why not just buy me? Please note: agreeing to disagree is not synomous with relinquishing all controi....especiaIly under a cloud offear and threats. The petitions? Are they to be construed as meaning that Circle 4 will pick up their toys and leave if they don 't get their way? Beaver County may need Circle 4 Farms, but Circle 4 also needs Beaver County. Are they welcome to expand in North Carolina, Iowa, or any place else they have been? Who else is inviting them with open arms? The company has considerable investment here. The county has a 150 year heritage of honesty, intregity, high moral values, and dedicated work ethic what's that worth? Yes, Gary: The county DOES HA VE bargaining power.... at least until you gentlemen assume a debt the county can 't pay! Why do you think the Bible, Torah, Talmud, andyes...the Doctrine and Covenants all council against debt? Ideally, the company will choose to make Circle 4 Farms a standard of excellence throughout the industry, the county commissioners will opt for prudence, and we will all live happily ever after. The ball is in Circle 4's court Future play may not be much fun unless the company and the people of Beaver County share in the rule making! Whew..... I believe that I have just placed a pretty heavy bet that some folks will have enough backbone to stand up and salute the flag! Thank you so much for your letter, Renee. about qualms running it, I am very glad you great therapy! Although I first had some Clearing the air is such it. Thanks to the World Wide Web there are no secrets anymore: Don 't have a computer hooked to the Internet? The library does! Support Group A support group for those who have suffered loss will be offered by Southwest Center. This group will be held in the Milford Office at 20 W. 500 S. Tuesday evenings at 7:00 p.m. The group is designed to assist those who are grieving to recover in a healthy way. Grieving can develop in many ways, some of the more common are death of a loved one, divorce, or abuse. Although grief does develop from any deep emotional loss. The group is offered at this time at no cost. It will be facilitated by Paul Marshall, CS W. If you are interested in finding out more please contact Southwest Center Beaver Office at 438-553- 7. Building Authority Special Meeting The Beaver County Municipal Building Authority met on March 10, 1997 at :00 p.m. for a special meeting. Those present were Chad W. Johnson, President; Gary E. Sullivan, Trustee; Doug Carriger, Administrative Assistant; Leo G. Kanell, County Treasurer. Trustee Ross Marshall was Attorney-- ; and Paul B. Barton, Secretary absent. Also present were Ken Yardley and Alice Smith. The contract for the design and construction for a new Public Safety Building was reviewed Changes to the original contract proposal were discussed. It was moved by Trustee Sullivan to authorize the President of the Board to sign the contract with Sahara Construction. The chair was passed to Trustee Sullivan and President Johnson seconded the motion. The chair was passed back to President Johnson. President Johnson and Trustee Sullivan voted in favor of the motion and no one voted against ORDINANCE NO. 97-0- 2 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 10. 17 AGRICULTURAL DISTRICT (A) OF THE ZONING ORDINANCE OF BEAVER COUNT Y, REVISED 1 993. WHEREAS, die Beaver County Planning Commission has recommended the following changes to the Beaver County Commission, and WHEREAS, the adoption of said amendments is in the best interest to die health general welfare and safety of the inhabitants of Beaver County: NOW THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF BEAVER COUNTY, STATE OF UTAH AS FOLLOWS: SECTION I. CHAPTER 10.17.030 AGRICULTURAL DISTRICT(A) CONDITIONAL USES, is hereby amended to read as follows: 10.17.030 CONPITIONAI, Uses(1) Single-- f amity dwellings, provided that a second dwelling for the household of an employee or seasonal laborer, or member of the owner's amity', may be allowed on the same lot. All structures shall conform to height, setback and health requirements. (2) Public riding stables. (3) Radio and television transmitting stations or towers. (4) Utility easements. (5) Stands for the sale of produce grown on the premises. (6) Forestry. (7) Fur farms, livestock feed yards, corrals, silage pits and poultry pens. (8) Keeping, raising, slaughtering or marketing swine. (9) Swine Husbandry Units. (10) Intensive Livestock operations. (11) Retail sales of nurseries andor greenhouses. Public use, essential facilities. (12) Gravel Pits (13) (14) Agricultural Industry or Business Other uses similar to the above and judged by the Planning Commission to be in (15) harmony with the character, and intent of this zone. SECTION 111. CHAPTER 10.02.060 GENERAL PROVISIONS -DEFINITIONS, is hereby amended to read as follows: 10.01 .060 Definitions (3) Agricultural Industry or Business. An industry' or business involving agricultural or agricultural products in man g, processing, treatment, sales, feeding or storage, including but not limited to animal feed yards or facilities, fur farms, food processing or processing plants, water processing or processing plants, commercial livestock, poultry or egg production and similar uses as determined by the Planning Commission. SECTION M. CHAPTER 10.08.020 CONDITIONAL USES -REQUIREMENTS, is hereby amended to read as follows: 10.08.020 CONDITIONAL Use Requirements An approved CONDITIONAL use permit shall be required for each CONDITIONAL use listed in this Ordinance prior to commencement of such use. When a CONDITIONAL use permit is required, no building permit or other permit or license shall be issued by any officer or employee of Beaver County', unless a CONDITIONAL use permit shall first have been issued by the Beaver County Planning Commission or Beaver County Zoning Administrator. The Zoning Administrator may only issue CONDITIONAL use permits for the type of CONDITIONAL uses previously authorized by the planning commission. SECTION IV. Effective Date. This Ordinance shall be effective immediately upon its adoption and publication. ADOPTED this 2r4 dav of March 1997. BEAVER COUNTY s Gary Sullivan Chairman. Beaver County Commission AT TEST: s Paul B. Barton Beaver County' Clerk Votes of the Commissioners of Adoption of the foregoing Ordinance: - j FOR: Gary E. Sullivan Chad W. Johnson, Ross Marshall 1 the motion. There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned. Beaver County Planning & Zoning Administrator Craig Davis has chosen to publish legal notices from his office in the Beaver Press. The above ordinance is provided as a courtesy for Monitor readers at no cost to the county. Davis has also chosen to cut costs by eliminating the publishing of Planning & Zoning meeting agendas. In the future, they will be posted in Beaver only.