|Paper||Dodge City News|
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|Rights Holder||Alice Smith, Milford, Utah|
|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Dodge City News|
Badge City Notes OCTOBER 28, 1994 At the meeting he request the zone be changed to RE10,000 sq. ft.. The question arose as to whether is allowed to increase the number of lots more than two (2) lots per acre. Some concern was also displayed in regards to the General Plan map. Larry Sower Beaver County Planning and Zoning Commission September 21, 1994 7:30 P.M. Beaver County Courtroom MINUTES In Attendance: Craig Davis as Administrator, Max Limb,. Mike Yardley, Larry Carter, Gerry Hackwell, Larry Sower, Commissioner Ross Marshall, and Leo Kanell as County Attorney. attached Visitors: See signatures. Larry Sower made a motion to appoint Max as temporary chairman. Mike seconded the motion. Max called the meeting to order at 7:30. Consider Conditional Use Permit Allen Carter submitted an application to allow him to have a single family dwelling in an MU-40 zone. The board recognized no problems with granting the Mike made a -— permit. motion to grant the Conditional Use Permit. Jerry seconded the motion. Larry Carter abstained due to conflict of interest. Motion unanimous. Preliminary Plat Approval Jess Riker met with review board _to the a Preliminary Plat for approval. The property is in an A-5 zone. Included in the plat is a dedicated County road. There was some concern from the board regarding lot size in relation to the road. Larry Carter made a motion to table the issue and hold a public hearing. The motion seconded by Jerry. Motion unanimous. Zone Change & Preliminary Plat Approval JR. Boone submitted application for a zone change from RE-1 to RE-.5. made a motion to table the issue until further study with Beaver City and adjacent property owners could be notified. Mike seconded the motion. Motion unanimous. Permission to Divide Merrill Yardley requested permission to divide 20.30 acres into three parcels containing one 12 acre lot, one 12.01 acre-lot and one 4.87 acre lot. The board felt no contention. Larry Carter made a motion to approve division. Larry Sower seconded the motion. Mike Yardley excused himself from voting due to conflict of interest. Motion unanimous. Agriculture and Multiple Use Changes Other Harry Lucas met with the board to ask for help with a housing problem he has been having. He needs housing for his employees or permission to allow mobile . homes on his property. he is now only allowed one primary dwelling and one accessory building. He has not been able to find a place for his employees to live. The board suggested for him to check into the mobile home parks in Milford or other legal mobile home. parks. Ifit is not successful he may come back to the next meeting. Minutes Mike made a motion to approve the minutes from 7/20/94. jerry seconded the motion. Motion unanimous. Larry made a motion to release an unsigned copy of the minutes from 3/15/93, 3/16/93, 3/17/93 and 4/28/93 to Dodge City News. Mike seconded the motion. Zoning Ordinance in 1993. Shauna Mayer, Jolyn Leko and citizens of the Milford Flat area presented a petition requesting that no swine operation facilities or other related buildings be constructed within three (3) miles of any primary residence for a period of two. (2) years. Representatives from Circle Four Farms stated that they could agree to the request. After a lengthy discussion of the current zoning and the proposed changes the board ‘felt it necessary to have time to review a petition. Mike made a motion to review and table the issue until the October 19 meeting. Larry Carter seconded the motion. Motion unanimous. Mike made a motion to adjourn at 10:00 p.m. Larry Carter seconded the motion. Motion unanimous. BEAVER COUNTY SHERIFE'S REPORT WEEK OF OCTOBER 17-23, 1994. *Beaver County Sheriff's Department arrested and booked into jail a Beaver Man on charges of Gross Lewdness. *Beaver City Police arrested a man for Driving on Suspension and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. *Five traffic accidents were handled by the Sheriffs Department during *Ten traffic stops were made by the Sheriffs. Department with three citations written. Changes MILFORD SCHOOL LUNCH Monday, October 31 Principal § Walter Schofield invited local law enforcement officers to a Tuesday morning assembly to speak to students about changes in school policy. He has banned soft drinks, food, candy, and gum from _ the school. He told students that even though the school has only one-half year left, she is still a lady, and demands their respect. ~ "When we move to the new lady on the block, we want to take habits of respect with us," he said. Schofield also discussed the probable influx of people associated with the hog operation. "The hog farm has projected in Zoning Ordinance Larry Sower excused himself from the board due to conflict of interest. Craig opened the discussion by explaining the process which was used in adopting the persons or circumstances, and 12 were to assist other emergences. the week, each involving only property damage. *Three animal emergencies were handled. Of the 20 requests for assistance, two were to keep the peace, two were to check out suspicious _ employment of 1,500 in 5 years. That means 5,000 new people in _ the community. They will be bringing big city ideas, and we would be stupid if we didn't take steps to prepare," he said. Macaroni w/ Tomatoes Chilled Peaches Hot Roll Chocolate Cake Milk Tuesday, November 1 Chicken Patty Baked Potato Corn Fruit Salad Milk Wednesday, November 2 Turkey Noodle Soup Cole Slaw Seasoned Applesauce Blueberry Muffin Milk Thursday, November 3 Pizza Buttered Green Beans Tossed Green Salad Sliced Pears Milk Friday, November 4 Burrito Mixed Vegetables Fruited Jello w/ Cream Milk In the Child Nutrition Program, Police Chief Donald no person shall on the grounds of race, Hagberg told the students color, national origin, sex, age, or handicap, that he expects the Salt Lake problems to begin filtering down. "If kids move in who have those tendencies, you need & Hamburger be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be otherwise subjected to discrimination. If you believe you have been discriminated against because of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or handicap, write immediately to the Secretary of Agriculture, Washington, D.C. 20250. to bring them into your lifestyle, not adapt to theirs," he said. Milford Elementary students will be treated to parties in their individual classes on Monday, October 31. This will be followed by a trip to the Milford Valley Memorial Hospital, where they will present a costume parade for the geriatric patients. Kathryn Evans, group leader.