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The rescheduled February 23 public hearing with the Planning and Sustainability Commission will cover the most current draft of proposed environmental zones, which reflect recent site visits to individual properties and new wetland mapping.
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Planning and Sustainability Commission postponed continued public hearing on the Environmental Overlay Zone Map Correction project to February 23.
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The last day to request a site visit to confirm the location of streams, vegetation and steep slopes is August 31.
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Staff continuing site visits to affected properties until August 31 and holding virtual one-on-one Q&A sessions for property owners who want to learn more.
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Community members invited to testify on proposed changes to the environmental overlay zones, which protect streams and wetlands, flood areas, steep slopes, forests, wildlife and properties; roughly 17,000 properties affected.
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Public testimony sought on the Ezone Map Correction Project Proposed Draft
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Project staff are resuming site visits on private property to verify the location of streams and vegetating with new safety protocols are in place.
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Due to COIVD-19, the Planning and Sustainability Commission schedule for considering the Ezone Map Correction Project has been revised; first hearing postponed until July.