LEGAL NOTICE

LEGAL NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the Plain City Planning Commission will hold a public hearing on Thursday, June 9, 2022 - which meeting shall begin promptly at 7:00 p.m. in Council Chambers at Plain City Hall, 4160 West 2200 North. The purpose of the hearing is to receive public comment on rezoning property owned by Christian Torres located at approximately 4805 W 1850 N. The Petitioner has proposed that the property 7.91 acres be rezoned from A-2 and RE-20 to RE-18.5 zone. More information may be obtained at the City Office. Interested persons are invited to appear at the public hearing or to file written comments with the City Recorder at the same address. The hearing will also be accessible via ZOOM. Dated this 17th day of May, 2022 Join Zoom Meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82637753326 Meeting ID: 826 3775 3326 One tap mobile +16699006833,,82637753326# US (San Jose) +12532158782,,82637753326# US (Tacoma)

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2022 DROUGHT RESPONSE In an effort to provide timely information regarding drought conditions within the Weber Basin drainage and allow for planning by the affected parties/entities, Weber Basin Water Conservancy District (District) is providing the following information regarding proposed watering restrictions and contract reductions to its customers. These items are not final and are subject to change based on weather/runoff conditions experienced over the next several months. In response to the ongoing, historic drought conditions within the Weber Basin drainage, the District is evaluating appropriate watering restrictions for this irrigation season. The recommended reductions currently include a 60% reduction in water available for outdoor irrigation of lawns and gardens (both culinary and secondary), a 40% reduction for agricultural use, and a 10% reduction for culinary indoor use. Should conditions remain the same over the next couple of months, the following water restrictions will be put in place in the District’s system: • Delayed charging of the secondary irrigation/agricultural system to mid-May. • No installation of new landscapes. • One day a week watering of lawns and gardens. o 20 minutes pop-up sprays, 40-minutes rotors • One day a week hand watering of established trees and shrubs. • No hosing down sidewalks or driveways. • Agricultural contracts will be reduced by 40%. • Wholesale and retail secondary irrigation contracts will be reduced by 60%. • Wholesale culinary contracts will be reduced by 10%, with additional reductions proportional to the volume of culinary water used for outdoor irrigation. • Early shutoff of secondary irrigation/agricultural system in mid-September. Please note the District is constantly reviewing forecasted runoff projections, soil moistures, SNOTEL data, and other pertinent information to ensure the water restrictions ultimately implemented are reflective of actual conditions. The above noted restrictions are subject to change. For more information and current restrictions, visit www.weberbasin.com/drought