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TOWN HALL MEETING - November 9th at 5:30 p.m. at the JLK Events Center.

TO ALL PROPERTY OWNERS WITHIN THE CITY OF LLANO:  Notification of Public Hearings Regarding Amendments to the Zoning Ordinance. Since 1998, the City of Llano has had a zoning ordinance. With the changing and growth of Llano. The City of Llano Planning and Zoning Commission and City of Llano City Council has worked diligently to make recommended changes to the current Zoning Ordinance, specifically, the land uses. In efforts to keep the public informed, the Planning and Zoning Commission will conduct a town hall type public hearing to outline changes and to answer questions of the public. The public hearing will be held at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, November 9, 2021, at the JLK Center, located at 2200 West RR 152, Llano, TX 78643. This public hearing will be held to have discussions, give updates, and answer questions regarding the amendments to the zoning ordinance and its land uses. These properties include the Residential (SF-1, SF-1 Overlay, SF-2 SF-3 and SF-4), general residential, agriculture, and industrial zoned areas. Commercial, Office Medical, Northern Business District, and Central Business District zoned areas. Finally, a public hearing and a recommendation will be made to the Llano City Council at 5:30 p.m. November 15, 2021, at City Hall, located at 301 W Main Street. These public hearings are to receive written and/or hear oral testimony regarding amending the Zoning Ordinance and its land uses. These hearings will provide a clear understanding that no zoning boundaries, as currently stated in the Zoning Ordinance will change but rather, only land uses will be considered for change. Citizens may also provide written testimony addressed to City Secretary Brenda Poe, 301 W Main St., Llano TX 78643. According to the zoning ordinance, all property owners within the city limits of Llano and on record have been notified. 

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