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Posted on: July 23, 2020

Notice of Public Hearings: Ordinances 20-20 & 20-22

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGS

CITY OF COLONIAL HEIGHTS, VIRGINIA

Notice is hereby given to all persons affected or interested that at the Colonial Heights City Council meeting to be held at 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, August 11, 2020, in Council Chambers of City Hall, 201 James Avenue, Colonial Heights, Virginia, the City Council shall hold public hearings to accept comments on the following:

AN ORDINANCE NO. 20-20

Amending § 286-530.26 of Chapter 286, Zoning, of the Colonial Heights City Code by allowing donation collection bins in the City under certain circumstances. This ordinance provides that any retail store that is operated by an organization designated as a nonprofit organization pursuant to Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code may locate one or more donation collection bins behind the front plane of the retail store.

AN ORDINANCE NO. 20-22

To grant a special use permit, with conditions, to the St. Michaels Church Trustees to allow for a 6.8 square foot internally illuminated sign and a 31 square foot electronic message board on a renovated freestanding sign structure at St. Michael’s Episcopal Church, 501 Old Town Drive, also known as parcel identification number 680101010A011, which is zoned RL – Low Density Residential District.

Copies of the proposed ordinances are on file for public examination during regular business hours in the City Clerk’s Office in City Hall, 201 James Avenue, Colonial Heights, Virginia and on the City’s website www.colonialheightsva.gov. Copies may also be obtained bycalling the City Clerk at (804) 520-9360. All persons affected or interested are invited to be present at the public hearings of the City Council, to be held at the time and place stated above, when an opportunity will be given for them to be heard.

Hugh P. Fisher, III

City Attorney

Any interested party whose participation in this meeting would require reasonable accommodation of a handicap should contact the City Manager’s Office at 520-9265 at least four days in advance.