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ROLL CALL ATTENDANCE
____ Joe Borton ____ Liz Strader ____ Brad Hoaglun
____ John Overton ____ Jessica Perreault ____ Luke Cavener
____ Mayor Robert E. Simison
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PUBLIC FORUM – Future Meeting Topics
The public are invited to sign up in advance of the meeting at to address elected officials regarding topics of general interest or concern of public matters. Comments specific to active land use/development applications are not permitted during this time. By law, no decisions can be made on topics presented at Public Forum. However, City Council may request the topic be added to a future meeting agenda for further discussion or action. The Mayor may also direct staff to provide follow-up assistance regarding the matter.
DEPARTMENT / COMMISSION REPORTS [Action Item]
Public Hearing process: Land use development applications begin with presentation of the project and analysis of the application by Planning Staff. The applicant is then allowed up to 15 minutes to present their project. Members of the public are then allowed up to 3 minutes each to address City Council regarding the application. Citizens acting as a representative of a Homeowner’s Association may be allowed up to 10 minutes to speak on behalf of represented homeowners who have consented to yielding their time. The public may sign up in advance at . After all public testimony, the applicant is allowed up to 10 minutes to respond to questions and comments. City Council members may ask questions throughout the public hearing process. The public hearing is then closed, and no further public comment is heard. City Council may move to continue the application to a future meeting or approve or deny the application. The Mayor is not a member of the City Council and pursuant to Idaho Code does not vote on public hearing items unless to break a tie vote.
Application Materials: https://bit.ly/H-2023-0053
A. Request: Annexation of 1.002 acres of land with an R-8 zoning district.
B. Request: Combined Preliminary/Final Plat consisting of 4 residential building lots and 1 common lot (including one existing home to remain).
FUTURE MEETING TOPICS