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Thursday
July 18th, 2019

city of liberal logoELLY GRIMM • Leader & Times

 

It looks to be an easy afternoon for the Liberal City Commission at its next meeting this afternoon beginning at 4:30. 

Up first for the commission will be discussion of a pair of ordinances regarding rezoning some properties from “R-3” multi-family residential to “C-2” general commercial. 

“Ordinance No. 4526 will rezone the property, Lots 7-40, Block 3, Eastboro Addition to the City of Liberal  from an ‘R-3’ multi-family residential to ‘C-2’ general commercial. On June 13, the rezone was brought before the Liberal Metropolitan Area Planning Commission. During the public hearing at that meeting, a representative from USD 480 came forward and spoke with the commission and gave details as to why the request was made for the rezone, which the Planning Commission agreed will conform to the Comprehensive Plan and Zoning regulations,” the agenda information noted. “Ordinance No. 4527 will rezone the property, Lots 1-24, Block 21, Farmer-Terwilliger Addition to the City of Liberal from an ‘R-3’ multi-family residential to ‘C-2’ general commercial. During the public hearing at that meeting, a representative from USD 480 came forward and spoke with the commission and gave details as to why the request was made for the rezone, which the Planning Commission also agreed will conform to the Comprehensive Plan and Zoning regulations. Staff is recommending the commission approve both of these ordinances as recommended by the Planning Commission.”

The commission will also be asked to approve a correction to the final plat for the Andersen Addition.

“On Feb. 14, the final plat was taken before the Liberal Metropolitan Area Planning Commission for their approval and recommendation to the city commission,” the agenda information noted. “After discussion amongst the Planning Commission, the final plat was approved without conditions and recommended to go before the city commission for its approval. The commission did approve the plat at that time, but upon filing of said plat with the Register of Deeds, an error was discovered with the legal description. The error has now been corrected and will be presented to the commission for approval.”

The commission will also be discussing an amended version of Resolution 2221, which concerns establishing an additional Rural Housing Incentive District (RHID) within the city limits at Country Club Acres Subdivision Plat No. 2. 

“This amended Resolution 2221 corrects the legal description to add Lot 19, which was previously left off,” the agenda information noted. “This property has been developed and City Attorney Koehn has provided language in the resolution to correct the RHID and include previous actions on this RHID.”

The meeting will conclude with a request from the Solid Waste Department for the purchase of trash bags. 

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