Yuma Sun

County board may reverse zoning approvals

Meeting set for Monday in Yuma


The Yuma County Board of Supervisor­s will hold zoning reversion hearings for three properties at its Monday meeting, potentiall­y reversing zoning approvals given to owners who have not met developmen­t guidelines.

The three parcels at issue are at the northwest corner of Avenue 36E and County 11th Street in Wellton, the northwest corner of Interstate 8 and Avenue 16E near Yuma, and on the southeast corner of Avenue D and County 11 1/2 Street, also near Yuma.

The meeting will begin 9 a.m. Monday in the Board of Supervisor­s’ auditorium at 198 S. Main St., Yuma. Also on the agenda:

• Approval of the final plat for Estrella at Mesa Del Sol Unit 4 subdivisio­n, consisting of 143 mediumdens­ity residentia­l lots on 41.5 acres at the southwest corner of Camino del Sol and County 10th Street.

• A public hearing and vote about proposed revisions to fees for rabies licensing, boarding and impound fees charged by the county Public Health Department. Changes include lowering the age at which dog owners must obtain a rabies certificat­e for their dogs, from four to three months, and eliminatin­g a schedule of prorated fees for first-time licenses.

• An update and possible action regarding testing and improvemen­ts at 197 S. Main St.

• A presentati­on from Sgt. Eric Egan, president of the Fraternal Order of Police Yuma Lodge, about the Fallen Officer Monument Project.

• A presentati­on about the functions and services of the county Environmen­tal Health Division.

• A closed executive session on County Administra­tor Susan Thorpe’s annual performanc­e review.

The meeting will be broadcast on the county’s cable channel, Yuma77, and webcast and available for later viewing at www. yumacounty­az.gov and the Yuma County Government Facebook page. Spanish subtitles are available for rebroadcas­ts.

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