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|Rights Holder||Alice Smith, Milford, Utah|
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|Paper||Dodge City News|
PAGE 5 Bunge City Nets Mamas (continued from page 1) Can the Commissioners just say no to any proposal they prefer not to accept? If the advisory board is not established and the Commissioners refuse a proposal after the 45 day default period , they would not be in a strong position legally. “The law requires that they would have to give a rational basis for their action," Peterson said. The legislation is the property? And, who reaped the profits?" Craig Davis, County Building and Zoning Coordinator, activities. their To Four ordinance because it and why Farms Circle has _ been Kat Bimpau FR Ea Miscellaneous The Milford City Planning and Zoning Committee approved a zone change from MD to MG as requested by Pure White Pumice. A conditional use permit will have to wait until after the public hearing scheduled for July 18 at 6:30 p.m. company Meanwhile, the has pledged to continue in their attempt to ‘comply with all rules and regulations laid down by Milford City and Beaver County. Jim Oakley, general manager, said they expect to have the operation in tu production as soon as possible. "We want to keep all monies in this town if the prices are reasonably fair," he said. At the County Commission meeting, Joey Leko was informed by County Attorney Leo Kanell that any item discussed with individual. commissioners was not recognized until it was on the agenda and in the minutes. Leko has been on the agenda and in the minutes for both June and July to request road improvements near Green Diamond Ranch. BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT Donald and Matilde Hagberg of Milford are pleased to announce the birth of their son: Scott Michael Hagberg. Scott was born on June 11, 1994 at 12:11 a.m. in the Beaver Valley Hospital. Scott's birth weight was 8 pounds and his height was 20 inches tall. Scott's Grandparents are: Abraham and Antonia Cortez of Milford and Carl and Darlene Hagberg of Salt Lake City. Scott's living keep the rights you have." Kyle Jones, attorney - representing Green Diamond Ranch, said the legislation is ambiguous and vague. "Point after point . creates possible cause for is lawsuit." Mike Yardley, Milford flat farmer, spoke out in favor of the protection area. He was joined bya Beaver who has recently agriculture land. Portions of the property, which had once been used exclusively man been squeezed by development. He requested that his name for agriculture, was sold for not be printed. development resulting in rezoning and the end of farming in the area. | Commission — The 2:30 pm. hearing concluded with the reduction of lot frontage width to 300' in A-5, A-10, and A-20 zones. Great Grandparents are Apolinar and Guadalupe Murillo and Sebastinana Cortez of Mexico. want to retain the rights they have and want you to voluntary. "I applaud Beaver County for being the front-runner in this project." Bingham referred to areas along the Wasatch front where residential use has encroached on candidate HE. "Griff" Griffiths asked, "Who sold he Snesday's election. Conflicting Ordinances.) They (County residents) trust you people. They Public Representative, supports the officials," me tn 5-240.Section 5. Repeal of the Relations said he Ganks! asked, involved in the process from the beginning. : He appealed to the commissioners. "Local laws are invalidated (SECTION hearing included: Thomas: Bingham, Bureau elected this time, the extent that any ordinances, resolutions or policies of Beaver County conflict with the provisions of this ordinance, they are hereby amended to comply with the provisions hereof.) Peterson called it a standard "boiler plate" clause, which he is willing to delete. Farm Griff said. Rampton —_— even questioned the constitutionality of the statute. He also questioned why it is being proposed at of the ordinance (Repeal of during ra the "Would they complain less if their land was devalued by being surrounded by agriculture protection areas?" County Attorney Kanell said he did not know of nuisance suits being filed, but one had _ been threatened. Anthony Rampton, a Salt Lake City attorney, spoke for the Mayer family. "Creation of the agriculture protection area takes away from private rights, and the rights of citizens through . Whether or not it benefits farmers, it will most certainly benefit lawyers. Peterson, who drafted Ordinance No. 9403, said his intent was to help the County be prepared to act on _ agriculture proposals when they were submitted. As for SECTION 5-240. Section 5. Comments oe County constantly gets calls from people complaining . about agriculture related new, and has not been tried. Conflicting Ordinances. said JULY 8, 1994 The "Artnick" building between First Security Bank and the city office _ was demolished and hauled away last weekend. Clem Jackson, who was in charge of the demolition project, said the building was no longer structurally sound. The bank had previously offered the building to Milford City, but they also viewed it as a liability. The vacated site will be made into a parking lot.