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VERO BEACH PRESS -JOURNAL <br />Published Daily <br />Vero Beach, Indian River County, Florida <br />COUNTY OF INDIAN RIVER: STATE OF FLORIDA <br />Before the undersigned authority personally appeared J. J. Schumann, Jr. who on oath <br />says that he is Business Manager of the Vero Beach Press -Journal, a daily newspaper published <br />at Vero Beach in Indian River County, Florida; that the attached copy of advertisement, being <br />a ZCK-CL <br />in the matter of <br />in the Court, was pub- <br />lished in said newspaper in the issues of <br />do <br />Affiant further says that the said Vero Beach Press -Journal is a newspaper published at <br />Vero Beach, in said Indian River County, Florida, and that the said newspaper has heretofore <br />been continuously published in said Indian River County, Florida, each daily and has been <br />entered as second class mail matter at the post office in Vero Beach, in said Indian River Coun- <br />ty, Florida, for a period of one year next preceding the first publication of the attached copy of <br />advertisement; and affiant further says that he has neither paid nor promised any person, firm <br />or corporation any discount, rebate, commission or refund for the purpose of securing this <br />advertisement for publication in the said newspaper. <br />Sworn to and subscribed bgfore ►ne thi <br />(SEAL) <br />day of A.D. 19_ <br />A 1 (Bu I ess Manager) <br />(Clerk of the Circuit Court, Ind9ati River County, Florida) <br />NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING <br />TO CONSIDER THE <br />ADOPTION OF A COUNTY ORDINANCE III <br />Notice is hereby given that the Board oTi <br />County <br />orida, shall hold a publmissioners ic hearingIndian at which -P"-�' <br />tunny, to ties In Interest <br />heard, intheens sCounty Commhall have an isssorX <br />Chambers of the County Adminstration Building, <br />located at', 840 25th Street, Vero Beach, Fiorldir <br />on Wednesday, &dl 27, 1988. at 9:30 A.M. <br />consider the adoption an OFdlnance entitled:1y <br />AN. ORDINANCE OF INDIAN RIVER al <br />COUNTY, FLORIDA, REPEALING SEC- <br />TION 25(r), MINING AND EXCAVATION. <br />APPENDIX A, ZONING, INDIAN RIVER ' <br />COUNTY CODE OF LAWS AND ORDI- <br />NANCES; CREATING A NEW -SECTION . <br />25(r). - : EXCAVATION AND: : MINING; r <br />PROVIDING, FOR PURPOSE PROVID- <br />ING FOR DEFINITIONS; SPECIFYING <br />PROHIBITED ACTIVITIES; PROVIDING <br />FOR PERMIT EXEMPTIONS: PROVID I <br />ING WATER MANAGEMENT REGULA- Y <br />TIONS FOR - EXCAVATED LAKES; s <br />PROVIDING FOR MINING PERMIT : I <br />REGULATIONS; ESTABLISHING CRI- I <br />TERIA FOR HAULING FILL ON PUBLIC <br />AND PRIVATE. ROADS; PROVIDING <br />FOR- FEES; PROVIDING FOR DURA �.j <br />TION AND COMPLETION OF PERMITS;` <br />PROVIDING FOR INSPECTION AND <br />REVOCATION OF PERMITS;,PROVID- <br />ING 'FOR APPEAL; PROVIDING FOR <br />PENALTIES AND , ENFORCEMENT; ' <br />va,unvn w <br />EFF <br />ECTJVE RATE. <br />A�copy of th0&p;r,bpos9d ordinance is avallabli <br />at the Planning D9partment office on the secOm <br />floor of the County Administration Building. ` <br />Anyone who may wish to appeal arrn�y decfalbi <br />which may be made at this meeting will need b <br />ensure that a verbatim record of 11119 procmWhV <br />is made which includes the testimony arhd:evi <br />Bence upon which the appeal wit be based• i <br />Indian River County <br />Board of County Commissioners <br />By -s -Don C. Scurlock, Jr � , <br />April 7. 1988 <br />Michael Miller, Chief of Environmental Planning, reviewed <br />the following changes in the proposed ordinance that were <br />identified during the Public Hearing of March 22, 1988: <br />Mining Ordinance Major Changes <br />1) Average minimum elevation of 25 feet on coastal <br />sand ridge. <br />2) Water management standards (littoral zones). <br />3) Mining in residential and commercial zoning districts. <br />4) Expansion of bonding requirement. <br />4 <br />2 <br />BOOR 72. S239 <br />
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