Land owners and developers have property rights and a legal team to protect them, but citizens have rights too. There are several legal tools available to the public and CFRG has used a few of them to help balance
It may be surprising, but the financial benefits associated with the smaller approved project are actually greater in the initial stages than the larger project that was withdrawn. Following is a breakdown of the numbers. Check Your Sources Before
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?
Questions remain about where water to fill the Wohali dam will ultimately come from. The Coalville City Council met on Monday, October 26, 2020 with a number of items on the agenda. While the council, staff and Wohali Representative
The Office of the Property Rights Ombudsman Advisory Opinion (Pending Reconsideration), regarding the Wohali Application #2 has been received. We explore what this could potentially mean for the future of this project in Coalville? Background On July 12, 2020,
What an eventful meeting with lots of public comment on both sides of the issue. The details are being nailed down and we are close to a final decision on the Wohali application #2. Work Session Summary This meeting
Notes and insights from the July 13, 2020 City Council meeting. The Agenda The main items on the agenda for Monday night’s council meeting were: · Council Training · Work Session/Review and Discussion of the Wohali MPD and
The approval process for the Wohali application #2 is very different from the first application. This application must be approved or denied based solely on a correct application of our city code. There are some legally complex issues involved