"Whereas the Coalville City Council has determined that administrative enforcement and administrative granting of variances to the Coalville City Code is in the best interests of the citizens of the City" - Preamble to the proposed ordinance creating the
Wohali would like to access 300 acre-feet of Coalville City Water for their golf courses and development. City Attorney Sheldon Smith called their proposal a "Win-Win" as he presented it to the Coalville City Council. But is it? Meeting
The discussion at Monday's Coalville City Council meeting included possible new resort-style development, code changes and rats!!! All of these things tie together. Read on to find out how... More Development Already?!? During the consultant updates portion of the
Was Coalville City warned in advance of "unintended consequences" of allowing a developer to influence Coalville City Code? An Invitation? According to the minutes of the Coalville City Planning Commision Meeting On 11/19/2018 (page 7 of 10, paragraph 3),
There has been a lot of discussion about water and the Wohali development. This article takes a closer look at the agreements between Coalville City and the developer on both the withdrawn and recently approved applications. The Worth Of
Our elected Coalville City officials deserve to know what their roles are. Monday's meeting included a hearty helping of training provided by city staff, but was it appropriate or useful for our council? The Agenda The meeting was
How did we go from a highly contested annexation hearing where Coalville City brought in the Wohali land to "protect Coalville" - to a new, developer influenced code that allows nearly any type of big development in any
We finally have the results of the Reconsidered Advisory Opinion for Wohali's current application. Unfortunately, this time the news was not favorable to the Coalville City General Plan or the mission of CFRG. So why the complete turn around?