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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
A 4-4 vote on the Galloway development recommendations at the August meeting of the Planning & Zoning Commission has resulted in the item being tabled until its Sept. 12 meeting, where the commission will vote again. The meeting will take place at 6:30 p.m. in Historic City Hall Council Chambers. The commission’s public hearing on the issue is now closed.
City Planning and Development staff presented its recommendations for future development in Galloway to the commission Aug. 15. After two hours of discussion and public comments, the commission voted unanimously to recommend removing the properties located on the southern corners of Lone Pine and Battlefield from the recommendations.
At the time of the vote it was believed that a majority vote was necessary for approval, so it was deemed denied. However, the rules of procedure for the Planning and Zoning Commission, pursuant to Section 2.5, “Action by the Commission,” indicate that in the event of a tie vote, the item shall be automatically tabled.
The Galloway item is anticipated to come before City Council for public hearing and possible vote Sept. 23. The council studied the issue at its July 23 Council Lunch Workshop.
If the recommendations are approved, the following items will be considered with future zoning cases in the area:
Use Conditional Overlay Districts in conjunction with rezoning cases to protect the village character, including:
For more information, please contact Senior City Planner Olivia Hough at 417-864-1092 or email@example.com.