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Interim Ordinance 5704-B "Community Centers" Extension

The Community Development Resource Agency Director will be presenting a report to the Board of Supervisors at a public hearing on May 21, 2013 regarding "Extension of Interim Ordinance 5704-B regarding Community Centers."

The Board will consider adoption of an Ordinance extending Interim Ordinance 5704-B regarding a moratorium on approval of new applications for "Community Centers" pursuant to Placer County Code Chapter 17 (the Zoning Ordinance) for 22 months and 15 days as allowed by State law. The Board of Supervisors previously adopted an interim ordinance to establish the moratorium for 45 days. Interim Ordinance 5704-B is schedule to expire on May 24, 2013 unless extended by the Board prior to that date.

Report - Adoption of Ordinance 5704-B

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