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A few reasons your application may have been pushed to the next meeting are as follows:
1.) Your application had missing items.
2.) Your did not submit the appropriate number of copies for the Board, Committee, or Commission to view your application.
3.) Your application was complete, but items on it needed to be changed.
4.) You application was complete, but the City Planner was not able to review the item prior to the meeting. The City Planner is a 3rd party contractor who is not located within the City Hall.
We encourage you to get your items in well before the deadline posted to allow for these types of issues to be resolved prior to the publishing deadline.
The City is not able to cover the cost of the copies for the applications. The copies are for the members of the Board, Committee, or Commission to better review your project. Additional copies included in the count go to the City Planner, Administrator, Engineer, and other members as needed. One of the paper copies goes into the paper file. The digital copy is kept in a digital file and is posted on the city website.
The City Hall does not do a review of your file for completeness or accuracy. Before you submit your project, we encourage you to contact the City Planner - a 3rd party contractor not located on site. We will accept your items at the City Hall, but will wait until our City Planner can review them before they are posted to the meeting. To avoid being pushed to the next meeting, we recommend speaking with the planner ahead of time, submitting your application well before the deadline, and including multiple points of contact on your application in case we have questions.