Fella wants to set up shop. Public hearing pending.
The following letter has been submitted by a friend. Please direct any questions or concerns to Ms Wasinger, listed below, or via the FB page listed above.
February 19, 2016
Dear Property Owner:
The Fairbanks North Star Borough Planning Commission is considering CU2016-008, a request for conditional use approval of a commercial outdoor unlimited marijuana cultivation facility in the General Use (GU-1) zone, located at 6809 Canaday Road (south side of Canaday Road, east of Richardson Highway).
You are being notified as required by ordinance because your property is within 1,000 feet of the request. You may provide comments on this application by testifying in person at a public hearing on this request, held at or after 7:00 pm, Tuesday, March 15, 2016, at the Juanita Helms Administration Center, Assembly Chambers, 809 Pioneer Road, Fairbanks.
NOTICE: All testimony related to de novo quasi-judicial hearings by a board or commission must be taken under oath or affirmation. Relevant testimony and evidence may be submitted at the hearing. Comments are limited to three (3) minutes per person, and should be limited to items relevant to the hearing subject. Any comments not relevant to the hearing subject should be given during Citizen’s Comments. For more information please see FNSBC § 2.21.150(c)(1&3).
For more information about this case, please email email@example.com or contact Stacy Wasinger at 459-1260. The staff report to the commission will be available online at www.fnsb.us/meetings/planningcommission five days before the hearing.
D. Christine Nelson, Director
FNSB Department of Community Planning
CU2016-008: A request by Travis Christensen for conditional use approval of a commercial outdoor unlimited marijuana cultivation facility in the General Use (GU-1) zone on Lot 1, Cook Property (located at 6809 Canaday Road, on the south side of Canaday Road, east of Richardson Highway).
The Fairbanks North Star Borough is subject to the Alaska Public Records Act, AS 40.25 et seq. and this document may be subject to public disclosure under state law.