Public hearing on Title 21 continues Tuesday

rshinohara@adn.comJanuary 24, 2013 

— A public hearing on revisions to Title 21, the city's zoning code, will continue at Tuesday's Anchorage Assembly meeting, Assembly chairman Ernie Hall said Thursday.

Hall said anyone who did not already testify in two earlier hearings will be allowed to speak. People must put their names on sign-up sheets, he said.

The Assembly also has to decide on ballot propositions for the April 2 city election on Tuesday, and he would like to deal with those first, Hall said.

He estimates Title 21 testimony will begin about 8 p.m.

He wants to postpone hearings on two other matters, the Government Hill Neighborhood Plan and the Historic Preservation Plan, to leave more time for the zoning code testimony.

The Assembly has scheduled a work session on Title 21 on Feb. 22, and plans to begin taking action on the issue at its Feb. 26 meeting.

 

Reach Rosemary Shinohara at rshinohara@adn.com or 257-4340.

 

 

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