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File #: 21-0295    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Discussion Items Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 3/8/2021 In control: Committee of the Whole
On agenda: 3/16/2021 Final action:
Title: Initiation of Animal Ordinance Updates for Forest Recreation (FR) and Forest Agricultural (FA) Zones
Attachments: 1. Staff Report, 2. FR Ordinance Draft_20Jan21
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Initiation of Animal Ordinance Updates for Forest Recreation (FR) and Forest Agricultural (FA) Zones

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Description:  Regional Planning and Transportation has been working with the Greater Salt Lake Municipal Services District (MSD) to revise the Animal Ordinance for Forest Recreation (FR) and Forest Agricultural (FA) Zoning Ordinance.  The current ordinance requires a conditional use permit for horses or livestock. The updated ordinance establishes a baseline of horses per acre. Salt Lake County Health Department, Public works, MSD and Regional Planning and Transportation have been in collaboration on the ordinance update process. Staff would like to place the attached ordinance on the next available County Council agenda to initiate the process of public input on the proposed ordinance. This is coming before the Council at this time per Council’s practice/direction that it receive a heads up on zoning ordinance updates before they go through the public process of community council and planning commission recommendations.

 

Requested Action: Informational

 

Presenter(s): Ryan Perry, Director of Regional Planning & Transportation; Jim McNulty Planning Manager; and Zach Shaw, Deputy District Attorney   

 

Time Needed: 10 min

 

Time Sensitive: Yes

 

Specific Time(s): No

 

Requesting Staff Member: Vanessa Nelson

 

Will You be Providing a PowerPoint: Yes

 

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