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Sign Up For Public Hearing (Planning & Zoning) - October 27th, 2020

  1. Date of Public Hearing

    October 27th, 2020

  2. Public Hearing*

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  3. Public Hearings

    Item (1)
    1. Subdivision Plat Preliminary Approval for Black Butte Business Park #3 in an IL (Light Industrial) zoning district at 3400 Black Butte Ct. for 31 industrial lots and 3 common lots on 21.32 acres for a 0.627 gross lot density and .687 net lot density (A 21.32 portion of the NW ¼ of Section 8, T3N, R2W, BM also Tax 97797 in Block 1, 2, 13, 14 in Midway Subdivision, Tax 97797 in the NW ¼ of Section 8 T3N, R2W, BM less Black Butte #1 and Black Butte Business Park #2; including a part of the NE ¼ NE ¼ Section 8, T3N R2W south of interstate less Ramp right-of-way – county parcel # R3097200000) for Kurt Smith representing Don Burch (SPP 059-20).

    Item (2)
    2. Conditional Use Permit for a duplex in an RS6 zoning district at 44 Sugar St (A .17 acre or 7,405 sq. ft. parcel known as Lot 1, Block 7, Replat of Sugar Manor No. 3 Subdivision in the NE ¼ of Section 26, T3N, R2W, BM) for Tamarack Construction (CUP 197-20).

    Item (3)
    3. De-annexation from RA (Suburban Residential) to County zoning to be determined by Canyon County for 18040, 18090, and 18138 Celestia Dr (County parcel #’s R3436610000, R3436610100, & R3436610200) a total of 5.66 acres portion of Lots 1, 2, and 3 of Block 1, Birch Creek Estates Subdivision, located in the SE ¼ of Section 34, T4N, R2W, BM, Nampa, Canyon County, Idaho) for Justin Koff, David Snow, Brian Niblett, and Christy Niblett (DANX 013-20).

    Item (4)
    4. Comprehensive Plan Text Amendment of Chapter 11, section 11.8 to incorporate the adopted Nampa Historic Preservation Plan 2020 into the 2040 Comprehensive Plan by reference and includes a new description of the plan, for City of Nampa (CTA-010-20).

    Item (5)
    5. Conditional Use Permit for Home Occupation Gunsmithing Business in a RS6 (Single Family Residential – 6,000 sq. ft.) zoning district at 647 Teton Dr. (A .202 acre parcel being a portion of the SW ¼ of Section 33, T3N, R2W, BM, Nampa Canyon County, ID; Lot 8, Block 2 of Iowa Meadows Subdivision) for Andrew Smith (CUP 198-20).

    Item (6)
    6. Zoning Map Amendment from BC (Community Business) to RS6 (Single Family Residential 6,000 sq. ft.) and Modification of Development Agreement Ordinance #3561 rescinding the conditions for a commercial building to match nearby architectural facades, building orientation, limiting impact of commercial lighting and fencing to the neighborhood, specifying commercial signage, landscaping, etc. for a commercial building at 904 7th Ave N (a .58 acre portion of land in the Sylvan Heights Subdivision in the NE 1/4 of Section 22, Township 3 North, Range 2 West, Boise Meridian, Nampa, Canyon County, Idaho) for James K. Hagen representing Zechariah P. Dean (ZMA 125-20, DAMO 038-20).

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