The standing-room-only crowd at Wednesday's public hearing in Heber City
A large crowd turned out for a public hearing about the proposed form base code in Heber City. More than 300 residents attended. And it appears the majority of them didn't like what they heard. KPCW's Renai Bodley has more:
As KPCW reported last week, Heber City has a six-month moratorium on residential building. City leaders say during that time they want to gather public input on the future of their community. Heber City Planner Tony Kohler and consultant Thomas Eddington were on The Local News Hour with Leslie Thatcher to explain the process. KPCW's Renai Bodley has more:
Heber City Planning Commission has looked long and hard at the proposed Form Based Code that would change zoning ordinances affecting most properties within the city. Heber City Council sent out a letter to the community outlining the change and inviting them to a public hearing on Oct 12.