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Town of Silver City Council Meeting

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Tuesday, November 26, 2019, 06:00pm


6. APPROVAL OF MINUTES - Regular Meeting on November 12, 2019
A. Staff Reports.
A. Approval / Disapproval of Ordinance No. 1286: An Ordinance for a request for a Zone
Change (ZC 19-02) for a tract of land, from a Residential B and Industrial Zoning District
to Residential B-1 relating to various tracts and lots in Town owned Vista De Plata
Subdivision consisting of 33.025 acres more or less. The applicant is the Town of Silver
B. Approval / Disapproval of Ordinance No. 1287: An Ordinance for a request for a Zone
Change (ZC 19-03) for a tract of land, from a Residential B Zoning District to Mixed Use
Zoning District for a tract of land described as: A tract of land being Part of Lots 7 and 9,
Block 275, Fraser’s Survey of the Town of Silver City, Grant County, New Mexico,
containing .303 acres more or less. The property address is 716 E 16th Street and the
owner is Philipp Merillat.
A. Approval / Disapproval of a Special Dispenser Permit and waiver of NMSA 1978 60-6B-10 for
alcohol service near a church for the Society of Mining Engineers Annual Christmas Party on
December 14, 2019 at the Murray Hotel, 200 W. Broadway, Silver City, NM with alcohol service
from 4:00 p.m. to 11 p.m. Liquor License Holder: Dahl Enterprises LLC, DBA Q’s Southern
Bistro, LLC, Liquor License # 28098, 101 W. College Ave., Silver City, NM 88061.
B. Approval / Disapproval of an Executive Session pursuant to NMSA 1978 Section 10-15-1(H) for
the discussion of the purchase, acquisition or disposal of real property or water rights.

Location 1400 Hwy. 180 East
Silver City NM 88061


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