Notice of Appeal Time Table

 NOTICE OF APPEAL TIME TABLE

 

            PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that at on the 26th day of August, 2013 the Board of County Commissioners approved the proposed addition to the Madison County Code Book, Part II Unified Development Code, Chapter 117 Zoning, Section 117-52 Agriculture (AG) Zoning, Subsection (e), Area/Density Requirements.

 

  1. Agricultural owners may split off the original home site on any parcel of not less than 1 acre from the rest of the farm ground for the purpose of selling the farm and retaining the home.
  2. Owner of a farm may sell off any parcel of not less than 1 acre of land by attaching the deed restriction giving up the developmental rights on the balance of the 16 acres. Example: A 1 acre lot would require the owner give up the development rights on the adjoining 15 acres; 2 acre split would require the adjoining 14 acres be placed under a developmental restriction and so on. The parcel with the deed restriction shall state that on the deed and which parcel it is tied to. The two resulting parcels will each be counted as a parcel split. The original larger parcel can do one more such split then any further splits of the parcel will require platting. This is inclusive of the original parcel.

 

 

A written Notice of Appeal and appeal fee must be filed with the Planning and Zoning Department within 28 days of the Board’s notice of the decision. All final decisions of the Board of County Commissioners shall be reported in the form of Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law, as required by Idaho Code § 67-6519.

 

 

I, Kim H. Muir, Madison County Clerk, hereby declare that the foregoing is a true and complete summary of the proposed addition, the Madison County Code Book, Part II Unified Development Code, Chapter 117 Zoning, Section 117-52 Agriculture (AG) Zoning, Subsection (e), Area/Density Requirements and provides adequate notice to the public.

 

 

                                                                                                           

Kim H. Muir, Madison County Clerk

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Publish August 29th, 2013