PUBLIC HEARINGS AT LAST NIGHT’S TWENTYNINE PALMS PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING

PUBLIC HEARINGS AT LAST NIGHT’S TWENTYNINE PALMS PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING

Assignment reporter Mike Lipsitz covered two meetings last night in Twentynine Palms—the Water District, and the Planning Commission. The Water District set a course of action after its general manager announced his intent to retire, and the Planning Commission held three public hearings…
Last night in Twentynine Palms, the Planning Commission held public hearings on three matters. In the first, there was no public input and commissioners certified as consistent with the General Plan a request from the County that an alleyway north of the highway between Larrea and El Rey avenues be vacated for flood control. The next hearing concerned a Conditional Use Permit by a towing business on Adobe. Action was continued pending a more accurate site plan. And finally, commissioners approved grading and landscaping plans following testimony from the architect of a planned storage facility on Adobe adjacent to the Base. Then, in study session, commissioners began tightening guidelines on a Development Code for Solar Fields. Also last night, at a special meeting of the Twentynine Palms Water District, Directors decided to advertise for the position of general manager and concurrently conduct interviews from within the agency. That action, in anticipation to the October 26 retirement of General Manager Mike Wright.

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