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Council to consider zoning change, tower construction

By Messenger Staff | Published Saturday, July 13, 2013

A pair of public hearings are the only two out-of-the-ordinary items on the Paradise City Council’s agenda for Monday.

Before voting, council members, acting as the city’s planning and zoning commission, will hold a hearing for each a zoning change request from commercial to multi-family for 20.43 acres in the F.S. Sepulvedo Survey and a specific use request by ERA Telecom Properties to construct a self-supporting tower.

The council will also receive an update on a future sewer system and will consider a request for a waterline extension. Other water department business includes approving the consumer confidence report.

In addition to routine business and approval of meeting minutes and financial reports, the council will hear from Jamie Cook, president of the Paradise Youth Recreation Association, regarding Leone Park.

City secretary Teresa Moody will talk about an upcoming training and a change in cleaning personnel.

The city’s building department, water department, code enforcement and economic development corporation will give their monthly reports.

The meeting, which starts at 6 p.m., is at City Hall and is open to the public.

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