Daniel Town News

  • Zone Change Public Hearing April 19, 2017

    The Town Council will join the Planning Commission at their regular monthly meeting on April 19, 2017 at 7:00 PM to discuss a possible zone change from RA-5 to Commercial at 2850 South Highway 40 in Daniel.  The hearing will be held at the Wasatch County Services Building, 55 South 500 East, Room 126, Heber City, Utah.  After the public hearing the Council may consider an ordinance to effectuate the zone change.  All interested parties are encouraged to attend to voice any concerns.  Comments may also be sent to Eric Bunker at 1822 W. 3000 South, Daniel, Utah, or emailed to ericbunker@danielutah.org.  Individuals needing special accommodations may contact Lynne Shindurling at least 24 hours prior to the hearing time at 435-654-5062.

  • Town Council Meeting April 3, 2017

    The next regularly scheduled Council meeting will be held on April 3, 2017 at 6:00 PM at the Wasatch County Services Building, 55 South 500 East, Room 126, Heber City, Utah.  The agenda has not yet been determined and, once published, the Council reserves the right to change the order of the agenda items.

                  In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, individuals needing special accommodations during the meeting should notify Lynne Shindurling at (435) 654-5062 at least one day prior to the meeting.

  • Legal Notice

    Daniel Town has adopted a resolution indicating the Town Council’s intent to adjust a boundary that the municipality has in common with Charleston Town.  This boundary exists in the area between the northeasterly boundary of the Town of Charleston that currently runs along the easterly edge of Highway 189 and constitutes the division between the Town of Charleston and the Town of Daniel, and the centerline of Highway 189.  A public hearing is scheduled to take place on May 17, 2017 at 7:00 PM in conjunction with the regular Planning Commission meeting at the Wasatch County Services Complex to hear comment about this boundary adjustment.  Charleston and Daniel Towns will adjust this boundary unless, at or before the public hearing, a written protest to the adjustment is filed by the owners of private real property that is located within the area proposed for adjustment, covers at least 25% of the total private land area within the area proposed for adjustment, and is equal in value to at least 15% of the value of all private real property within the area proposed for adjustment.

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