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Posted on: December 8, 2017

Summit County Council Chapter 3 Discussion Moved From Dec. 13 to Dec. 20

Meeting to Include a 2 Hour Work Session, Public Hearing and Possible Code Adoption

Coalville, UT (December 8, 2017) – The Summit County Council will be participating in a Chapter 3 work session during a County Council meeting scheduled for December 20, 2017, rather than December 13, 2017 as originally posted.

“Pursuant to a suggestion by the Eastern Summit County Planning Commission we have decided to not discuss Chapter 3 on the 13th, and that is in part due to the large number of other items that are on the agenda,” said Community Development Director Pat Putt.

The County and Eastern Summit County Planning Commission want to ensure there is ample time for the community to provide comment and input of the proposed amendments without potential time limitations created by other agenda items. In addition to a 2 hour work session on December 20th, the County Council will also hold a public hearing regarding Chapter 3 and possibly adopt an ordinance amending the Eastern Summit County Development Code.

To view the County Council agenda for December 13th, visit The December 20th agenda will be posted to the website on December 15.


About Summit County:
Located in the northeast corner of Utah along the Wasatch Back, Summit County is home to more than 41,000 residents. Created in 1854, Summit County was named for the summits of the mountains, including 39 of the highest mountain peaks in Utah. Six municipalities make up Summit County, including Coalville, Francis, Henefer, Kamas, Oakley and Park City. The county seat is quiet, scenic Coalville, located on the I-80 corridor. For more information visit

Media Contact:
Krachel Greenwood
Community and Public Affairs Coordinator
O: (435) 336-3044

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