The City Council approved a proposed 15 percent residential refuse rate increase ($2.58-$2.95 per month, depending on bin size). The a 30-day public comment period opened on Thursday, Dec. 12. After 30 days, it will return to the council for final consideration. Learn more about the proposed rate increase and a history of recent changes to and pressures on the refuse fund. For further background information, see the FY 2020 Refuse System Review, which was presented to council in December.
The City Council also approved an ordinance change for 30-day public comment that would allow private recycling haulers to offer curbside service within the City of Sierra Vista. Learn more about the proposal, which will return to council for final action after the 30-day period concludes. For further background information, see the FY 2020 Refuse System Review, which was presented to council in December.
Also under consideration are the following development code change (additions are in blue and deletions are in red when viewing the proposed code change linked below):
Article 151.22 Matrix of Use Permissions by Zoning District. This section is under consideration for amendment to allow charter schools and general education private schools to be permitted within all zoning districts with the exception that these schools will not be allowed if located in a single family residential zoning district that is less than one acre.
Article 151.19 Subdivision Platting Procedure and Requirements. The proposed amendments are comprehensive and incorporate processes for minor subdivisions, land divisions, and lot combinations.
Section 151.08.002 Public Improvement - General Regulations. Proposal to remove this section altogether because the language was relocated to Article 151.19.
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