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PLANNING & ZONING COMMISSION AGENDA
AND NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGS
CITY HALL COUNCIL CHAMBERS – 3RD FLOOR

AUGUST 2, 2016

PRE-MEETING - 5:30 P.M.
DEVELOPMENT SERVICES CONFERENCE ROOM
2ND FLOOR

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Pre-Meeting 5:30 p.m.
a. Review of Agenda

GENERAL MEETING 6:00 

Consent Calendar 
1.     Approve Minutes from July 19, 2016 draft minutes

Public Hearings
2.     Text Amendment – Freeway Oriented Signs and Directional Signs - Amend the 2009 West Jordan Code Section 12-3-2, regarding number and height of freeway oriented signs, and directional signs and Section 12-1-4 definition of Directional Sign; Allied Electric Sign/Eric Shinsato (applicant) [Mark Forsythe #TA20160001] staff report

3.     Jordan Landing Amended Sign Plan; 7000 South/7800 South Bangerter Highway; SC-3 Zone; Allied Electric Sign (applicant) [Mark Forsythe #SRP20160003; parcel 21-29-177-007] staff report

4.     Bella Estates; 7481 South 5490 West; Preliminary Subdivision Plat (10 lots on 5.01 acres); Bowler Properties LC/Randy Bowler (applicant) [Larry Gardner #SDMA20160002; parcel 20-25-300-026] staff report

5.     Winner Circle Estates; 7551 South 5490 West; Preliminary Subdivision Plat (12 lots on 5.01 acres); R-1-12F Zone; Bowler Properties LC/Randy Bowler (applicant) [Larry Gardner #10526; parcel 20-25-300-010] staff report

6.     City Surplus Property (Airport area) Rezone and General Plan Amendment; 4652 West 7800 South; Future Land Use Map Amendment for approximately 23.6 acres from Business Research Park to Medium Density Residential and Rezone approximately 23.6 acres from A-20 (Agricultural 20 acre minimum lot size) to R-1-8E (Single-family Residential 8,000 square foot lots, “E” size homes) Zone; City of West Jordan (applicant) [Scott Langford #ZC 10594 and GPA 10595; parcel 21-30-300-029] staff report

7.     City Surplus Property (Maples area) Rezone and General Plan Amendment; 6543 West 7400 South; Future Land Use Map Amendment for approximately 9.68 acres from Future Park to Medium Density Residential and Rezone approximately 9.68 acres from A-20 (Agricultural 20 acre minimum lot size) to R-1-10E (Single-family Residential 10,000 square foot lots, “E” size homes) Zone; City of West Jordan (applicant) [Scott Langford #ZC 10592 and GPA 10593; parcels 20-27-427-012, 20-27-427-011] staff report

8.     City Surplus Property (Sycamores area) Rezone and General Plan Amendment; 7049 West 7800 South; Future Land Use Map Amendment for approximately 6.5 acres from Parks and Open Land to Medium Density Residential and Rezone approximately 6.5 acres from P-C (Planned Community) to R-1-9E (Single-family Residential 9,000 square foot lots, “E” size homes) Zone; City of West Jordan (applicant) [Scott Langford #ZC 10586 and GPA 10590; parcel 20-34-101-001] staff report
 

Adjourn

Please note: Public comments will be limited to 3 minutes per person per item (5 minutes for a group representative). All persons who address the Planning and Zoning Commission are requested to provide their name and address because the meeting is recorded for the permanent record. Items may be tabled by the Planning Commission. The order of items on the agenda is subject to change. The Consent Calendar may be adjusted at the beginning of the meeting and voted on as a group. The Commission may also remove agenda items from the Consent Calendar.

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