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Planning & Zoning Commission to review proposed development on west end

February 28, 2018

Media Advisory

For Immediate Release

Feb. 28, 2018

 

Planning & Zoning Commission to review proposed development on west end

 

 

On Tuesday, March 6 at 1:30 p.m., the City of Tyler Planning and Zoning Commission will review the zoning proposal submitted by Adams Engineering in regards to a proposed development in West Tyler. This is a public hearing as part of the rezoning deliberation process.

 

This meeting will take place at 212 N. Bonner (City Hall) in Council Chambers on the second floor. All are welcome to attend.

 

At this meeting, planning staff will provide their technical report and recommendation following the review of the application. Possible outcomes could be that the Planning and Zoning Commission decide to approve, deny or table the application for further review. Interviews with City staff and board officials will take place immediately upon recess.

 

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About the City of Tyler

 

The City of Tyler, known as the “Rose Capital of the World,” is home to approximately 115,000 residents and is the major regional center for east Texas. Approximately 250,000 people come into the city each day to work, shop, and seek medical care or attend one of our four colleges and universities.  Through conservative financial planning, we provide top-quality customer service to citizens, while paying cash for infrastructure needs and ensuring that the City’s collected revenues exceed expenditures. The City of Tyler has no tax supported debt and an AAA bond rating, a water supply that will last the next 75 years and we have landfill space to last until 2110. The City also provides residents with more than 1,000 acres of parkland which comprise 27 parks throughout Tyler. Our competitive fire protection rating is held by only 4% in the State and our Police Department is one of the first accredited in Texas. Our vision is to be the standard of performance excellence in local government. Learn more by visiting us online at www.CityofTyler.org.

 

 
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