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Papillion City Council schedules crucial public hearing

Papillion, Nebraska – The Papillion City Council has announced an important public hearing on November 7, 2023, at 7:00 PM. This hearing, to be held in the City Council Chambers on the 3rd floor of City Hall, located at 122 E 3rd St, Papillion, NE 68046, is a significant event that concerns the future development of a key property in the area.

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The council will discuss two major resolutions. The first, labeled as Resolution No: R23-0173, seeks approval for a Revised Preliminary Plat that would cover Phases 2 to 5. This property is a part of Tax Lot 7, located in Section 12, T13N, R12E of the 6th P.M., Sarpy County. It’s situated at the southeast corner of 72nd Street and Capehart Road. The applicant for this resolution is Gene Graves, who is closely associated with the proposed changes.

The second topic of discussion is Ordinance No: 2013. This ordinance requests a Change of Zone from AG Agricultural to MU Mixed Use, R-4 Multiple-Family Residential, and RE Residential Estates for the same phases and property mentioned earlier. Again, Gene Graves is the key applicant for this ordinance.

The Papillion City Council is extending an open invitation to all interested individuals to participate in this hearing. For those who are unable to attend but wish to express their views, the council is accepting written public comments. These can be sent via email to [email protected] or by traditional mail to City Clerk, City of Papillion, 122 E 3rd St, Papillion, NE 68046. Comments should be submitted before the meeting to ensure they are considered during the hearing.

To stay informed and prepare for the meeting, the City of Papillion has made the updated agenda available. Interested parties can view it at the City Clerk’s office during normal business hours. This announcement and invitation come directly from Tarja Koistila, the Planning & Legal Clerk of the City of Papillion. The decisions made in this hearing could shape the future development of the area, and community participation is highly encouraged.

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