Mohave Valley rezoning requests before county planners
KINGMAN — Several Mohave Valley issues go before the planning and zoning commission Wednesday.
The commission will discuss a rezone of two parcels about one acre in size off Desoto Drive east of Highway 95. The parcels currently house a construction office and equipment.
The rezone of the parcels would be to a highway commercial zone to allow for office use, outdoor display and equipment storage.
In other action, the commission will discuss a rezone of a 1.58-acre lot south of Camino Colorado and west of Highway 95. The rezone would be from general commercial to a highway commercial zone to allow for a minor land division.
The commission will discuss a change to the county zoning ordinance including making changes to the wording for the sign ordinance. Signs include advertisement of goods and services. Based on a ruling from a Supreme Court case, the change would update the county sign ordinance to regulate signs by time, manner and place.
The commission will discuss a change to the zoning ordinance dealing with clarifying the reporting responsibilities within the department’s organization.
Also before the commission is adopting the 2019 calendar.
The 10-person commission consists of two members from each supervisor district. Melanie Bruehl and Dale Kelley represent District 2 and Mehdi Azarmi and Larry Morse represent District 5. There is one vacancy from District 1. The commission meets the second Wednesday of each month.
The planning and zoning issues will go before the county supervisors for approval at their Dec. 3 meeting. The commission meeting starts at 10 a.m. Wednesday at the board of supervisors auditorium at the county administration building, 700 W Beale St. in Kingman.