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DPNR to Hold Public Hearings on Two Proposed Zoning Map Amendment Applications

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The V.I. Department of Planning and Natural and Resources will hold a virtual public hearing on applications for official zoning map amendments via Microsoft Teams at 10 a.m., Thursday, Dec. 1.

Application

ZAT-23-2: Aron Irad Ruan and Irad Ruan requesting a use variance for Parcel No. 84 Estate Contant, No. 7B Southside Quarter, St. Thomas.  The purpose of the request is to allow offices.

Virtual public hearing log-in information will be provided upon registering, by sending an email to leia.laplace@dpnr.vi.gov with the subject line “Application ZAT-23-2 virtual hearing registration.”  The file is also available electronically by sending a request to leia.laplace@dpnr.vi.gov with the subject line “Application ZAT-23-2 electronic file request.”

Virtual Public Hearing via Microsoft Teams at 10 a.m., Friday, Friday, Dec. 2.

Application

ZAT-23-4: Shekema M. George and Lateefah Donadelle requesting Parcel No. 4A-1 Estate Santa Maria, No. 1 West End Quarter, St. Thomas be rezoned from R-1 (Residential-Low Density) to R-4 (Residential-Medium Density).  The purpose of the request is to allow a guesthouse of 14 units.

Virtual public hearing log-in information will be provided upon registering, by sending an email to leia.laplace@dpnr.vi.gov with the subject line “Application ZAT-23-4 virtual hearing registration.”  The file is also available electronically by sending a request to leia.laplace@dpnr.vi.gov with the subject line “Application ZAT-23-4 electronic file request.”

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