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Residential Infill Project public hearing back on track

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City Council to hear public testimony on amendments to the RIP proposals during a virtual meeting on June 3
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Due to the COVID-19 emergency, City Council had to cancel the March 12 public hearing on their amendments to the Residential Infill Project. Council extended the deadline for written testimony on potential amendments until a new hearing date could be scheduled. View the potential amendments:

Now that City Council has developed an effective way to hold hearings online to maintain safe social distancing protocols, the hearing has been rescheduled for June 3.  

More details will follow in a future post about how to watch the virtual hearing and provide testimony online. In the interim, the record remains open for your written testimony, which can be submitted through the interactive map.  

Following the June 3 hearing, the record for written testimony on the amendments will remain open for one week before Council votes on the proposed amendments.