On Tuesday, October 14, The Snyderville Basin Planning Commission meets to discuss (and probably take input) on Phase 2 of the General Plan. Phase 2 could alter the landscape of what type of building can take place where in the Basin.
A few weeks ago we agreed with City Council Member Dick Peek when he implied that if the public comes out and speaks against a specific development, it just doesn’t matter that much. This is because the General Plan and Development Code are used to guide what can be put where. If you don’t want a Tesoro in your backyard, you probably want to start paying attention to these meetings and do your best to ensure the General Plan reflects your opinions.
We won’t know the specifics until around October 10, but we will post them as soon as we get them.