What's Next

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Circulate the petition and collect support signatures

By signing the petition you support to initiating the conversation to discuss the possible details on how the proposed items can be amended and you understand that: 


  • You will  have  several  opportunities to review and comment on the proposed ordinance amendments at post-application neighborhood meetings, public hearings, and by reply form;
  • You  will have the opportunity to speak at post-application neighborhood meetings and at all City Plan Commission and City Council meetings.
  • You will have the opportunity to speak at public hearings.  
  • Additionally, reply forms will be mailed prior to the City  Plan Commission and City Council public meetings where you may indicate your support or opposition to the amendment.
  •  You may attend and show your support or opposition to the proposed amendments at the City Plan Commission and City Council public hearings.


CD Process & Timeline

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What's after the 2nd meeting?


Next Steps:

  

  1. Neighborhood committee & other volunteers obtains petition signatures (at least 58%) within 15 months {November 6, 2020) and submits application (including fees, if applicable) to amend the Belmont Addition Conservation District .
  2. Staff verifies the original petition forms and determines if application is comp let e.
  3. If the application is complete, a public hearing to amend the CD is initiated.
  4. A number of post-application neighborhood meetings will be held to receive input from property owners regarding the details of the amendments, with notice sent to all property owners in the CD.
  5. At least 30 days before the City Plan Commission public hearing, the final post-application neighborhood meeting is held to review the proposed CD ordinance.
  6. City send out notices and reply forms that allow a property owner to indicate their support or opposition are mailed to each property owner before the City Plan Commission public hearing.
  7. If the City Plan Commission recommends approval of the proposed amendments, prior to the City Council public hearing, notices and reply forms that allow a property owner to indicate their support or opposition are mailed to each property owner.
  8. City Council holds a public hearing.