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Notice is hereby given that the

Snyderville Basin Planning Commission

will meet in regular session

electronically, via zoom, on Tuesday, April 28, 2020

AGENDA

Agenda items may or may not be discussed in the order listed.


 
4:30PM

Regular Session

1. Public input for items not on the agenda or pending applications.

2. Election of Chair and Vice Chair.
 

Work Session

 1.    Presentation of a revised application proposing amendments to the 2008 Summit Research Park Development Agreement (DA). The DA was approved for 1.295 million sf of research and civic uses with other support uses. Applicant proposes a mixed use community consisting of 1.291 million sf of mixed residential, neighborhood retail, offices, hotel, civic uses, transit related facilities, parks and additional open space, with an additional 333,000 sf of mixed workforce housing. The property consists of 51 acres, located north and west of Landmark Drive and Olympic Parkway, at Kimball Junction. Applicant is Jeff Gochnour, Dakota Pacific. – Kirsten Whetstone, AICP County Planner CLICK HERE FOR STAFF REPORT

 

Please click the link below to participate in the webinar:
https://summitcountyut.zoom.us/j/98048146751

To listen by phone only Dial:

US: +1 699 900 9128 or +1 346 248 7799

 Webinar ID: 980 4814 6751

 

To view Snyderville Basin Planning Commission meeting, live, visit the “Summit County, Utah” Facebook page

 

If you would like to submit comments on item not on the agenda, please email kwhetstone@summitcounty.org by 12:00 p.m. on Tuesday, April 27th. 



 







DRC Updates

Commission Comments

Director Items

Adjourn



To view staff reports available after Friday, April 24, 2020 please visit:

http://www.summitcounty.org

 

Individuals needing special accommodations pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities Act regarding this meeting may contact Vicki Geary, Summit County Community Development Department, at (435) 615-3123.

 

 
Posted:        April 24, 2020                                                                                                                                 

Published:   April 25, 2020 - Park Record