No one from the general public attended the public hearing Thursday night on a proposed new zoning “overlay” district for all of the corridors entering Commerce.
But Mayor Clark Hill and five of the six Commerce City Council members turned out at the Commerce Civic Center to get their first look at what amounts to proposed new zoning regulations along Maysville Road, Homer Road, Ila Road, State Street, Hwy. 334, U.S. 441 and Jefferson Road that will change the face of future development.
Commissioner Chas Hardy, councilmen Keith Burchett, Steve Perry and Darren Owensby and (back) commissioner Bruce Yates look over a map of the proposed Commerce overlay district. To the right is the current map depicting zoning for the entire city.
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