Brian Head (Utah) Board of Adjustment minutes
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Scope and Content
The Brian Head town council periodically appointed individuals to serve on a board of adjustment beginning in 1977. This board included five members and was commissioned to hear and decide appeals and authorize special exceptions to the terms of ordinances when special circumstances warranted it (see Utah Code, 1984-1985, 10-9-6-16). The only minutes for this board begin in 1984. In that year the board established a procedure for hearings. A public notice would announce the board meeting and the issue to be considered. After the hearing the board would deliberate and post its decision. In December and January 1984-1985 the board validated the placement of a business sign. In 1986-1987 the board considered some zoning variance requests. Brian Head minutes reflect no other board of adjustment activity.
Council minutes from Brian Head (Utah), Series 23790, provide information about Brian Head ordinances as well as about the appointment of board of adjustment members.
Planning Commission minutes from Brian Head (Utah), Series 23791, document the activities of the planning commission, which makes and carries out zoning regulations.
Ordinances from Brian Head (Utah), Series 23792, are passed by the town council and provide the basis for board of adjustment deliberation.
This series is classified as Public.
Cite the Utah State Archives and Records Service, the creating agency name, the series title, and the series number.
Board of adjustment minutes were microfilmed as part of Utah State Archives Millennial Project in September 2001 and processed by Rosemary Cundiff in May 2002.
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