LAYTON — City leaders have approved the rezone of almost 10 acres of property at the northeast corner of Church Street and Fairfield Road and have given preliminary approval to a development plan to construct 32 single-family homes on the property.
LAYTON -- City leaders have agreed to rezone a 9.5- acre parcel of property at 275 N. King St. from agricultural to heavy manufacturing-industrial, with an eye to a future project for Kroger Corporation.
LAYTON -- The second time around proved to be a charm in an effort to rezone a small tract of land on the south end of the city, near the Layton Parkway.
The city council recently voted unanimously to approve rezoning .73 acres of city-owned land near the parkway from an agricultural zone to a R-1-8 single family residential zone. The vacant plot is located at approximately 400 West Weaver Lane.
OGDEN — The city council is reviewing a proposal to annex land near the western border of Ogden and zone the area for industrial use, but nearby residents don’t want to lose the rural feel of their neighborhood.
The council voted to review a petition filed by David Phipps for the annexation of several large undeveloped parcels at approximately 3024 Midland Drive, which is in unincorporated Weber County.
LAYTON — Residents on Weaver Lane do not want two more houses on their street. They let the city council know their concerns Thursday night and also mixed in a few threats of what would happen if the council didn’t see things their way.
The city council recently approved a development agreement and rezone request for a 16 bedroom assisted living facility on 0.66 acres at 770 South Main Street.
Developer Keith Russell said that the proposed building will be considered a Type I Assisted Living Center, which means that the patients will be mobile and capable of escaping independently in case of an emergency.
The building will be constructed to resemble a residential home, and
KAYSVILLE -- A 30-day eviction notice for tenants living at the Far West Motel could come as early as Wednesday, making way for a $6.5 million townhouse development with plans to open its first units by the end of 2011.