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  • Blue Roof Rezone Proposal

    TO ALL MEMBERS OF THE SILVER SPRINGS COMMUNITY:

    It has come to our attention that the Snyderville Basin Planning Commission had a meeting on July 8, 2008.
    The subject that we are concerned with is that the staff presented a proposal to rezone the Blue Roof (7-Eleven)
    Tesoro service station at the corner of Hwy 224 and Silver Springs Drive from the current Rural Residential (RR)designation to Community Commercial (CC). This proposed rezoning is accompanied by a Low Impact Permit application, needed to operate a retail sales establishment within the CC zone. If a rezone is granted the applicant, Phillips Edison, intends to tear down the existing structure and build a 14-15,000 sq. ft. Walgreen store in its place.

    Please let your subdivision presidents know what you think of this proposal. Do you think it will alter the community feeling
    and peaceful ambiance of our Silver Springs Community. Please send copies of your comments to [email protected] so we can establish that there is interest and commentary from Silver Springs residents.
    It is disappointing and alarming that there has been no notice to the Silver Springs residents. The PC staff report states that the staff has not received any public comment on this proposal. We have been left in the dark and then labeled a non-responding public. We hope to give the SCPC a lot of public comment and response.

    The full report can be found at http://www.summitcounty.org/information/downloads/sbpc/sbpc_packet_07_08_2008.pdf
    and will be an item of interest on our neighborhood website at:
    https://www.silverspringscommunity.com/government/blue-roof-rezone-proposal/
    where we will keep track of this proposal, meetings, and public commentary.

    It is recommended if you have any feelings or comments to make regarding this rezoning change that you attend
    the next Summit County Planning meeting on Tuesday, July 22nd in the Richins building at 6505 Landmark Drive at Kimball
    Junction
    . The June 8th meeting work session begins around 5:30 PM. You can call SCPC at 615-3158 to get the specific time or you can write to

    Snyderville Basin Planning Commission
    P.O. Box 128
    Coalville, Utah 84017
    Fax: 435-336-3046
    [email protected]

     
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