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Notice Of Public Hearing

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	NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Castle Dale Land Use Authority
Committee will hold a public meeting on Wednesday, May 5, 2010 at the
Castle Dale City Hall, which meeting will begin promptly at 7:00 p.m.
The purpose of the hearing is to receive public comment prior to
considering an amendment to HC-1 HIGHWAY COMMERICAL ZONE section 5-7-3
Permitted Conditional Uses Zone in the Castle Dale City Development

	The proposed amendment. will add Churches to the list of Permitted
Conditional Uses. The proposed ordinance would then read:

	5.7.3 Permitted Conditional Uses
	The following buildings, structures and uses of land shall be
permitted upon compliance with the conditions set forth in the Code
and upon approval of a site plan in accordance with the provisions of
	1.	Restaurants (including drive-ins)
	2.	Gasoline dispersing establishments
	3.	Conveneince good stores
	4.	Recreation vehicle courts, subject to the approval of the City 
	5.	Churches, subject to size and minimum width requirements
-		to permit parking (as specified by IBC code) as well as
		entrance and outlet
Neal L. Peacock, Mayor
Published in the Emery County Progress April 20 and 27, 2010.

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