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NOTICE OF ADOPTION OF A REZONING ORDINANCE BY THE MAYOR AND BOARD OF ALDERMEN OF THE CITY OF AMORY, MISSISSIPPI WHEREAS, the City of Amory on the 21st day of July 2020, adopted an Ordinance, being Ordinance No. 1726, rezoning certain property located in the City of Amory from Residential 1 (R1) to Industrial 1 (M1); and WHEREAS, Section 21-17-19, Mississippi Code Annotated of 1972, as amended, provides that whenever a municipality is required to publish a public measure, including an ordinance, the substance of the ordinance may be printed in lieu of the full text of the ordinance as provided in said section; and WHEREAS, the substance of the ordinance shall be an explanatory statement summarizing the full text of the ordinance in which the chief purpose of the ordinance is explained and clear in unambiguous language; and WHEREAS, in the event publication is made in the manner described by Section 2117-19, the statute provides that during the entire time of publication of the explanatory statement in a newspaper, a copy of the full text of the public measure or the amendment thereto, shall be posted by the clerk of the municipality (a) at the city hall, (b) at the main public library in the municipality, or at the courthouse in the judicial district or county in which the municipality is located; and in addition, the clerk shall post such copy at least at one (1) other public place in the municipality and further the clerk shall furnish any resident of the municipality a copy of the full text of the public measure upon request; and WHEREAS, in consideration of the above and foregoing statute, the City of Amory, Mississippi, does hereby give notice as follows: NOTICE The City of Amory, Mississippi, as allowable by Section 21-17-19, Mississippi Code Annotated of 1972, as amended, does hereby publish and give notice to all citizens and interested persons that an ordinance has been adopted, being Ordinance No. 1726, rezoning certain property located in the City of Amory from Residential 1 (R1) to Industrial 1 (M1);); and WHEREAS, the decision of the Development Board in favor of the rezoning was filed to the Mayor and Board of Aldermen and a public hearing was held July 21, 2020 for the rezoning request on the following parcel: REZONE FROM RESIDENTIAL 1 (R1) to INDUSTRIAL 1 (M1); Parcel: Description: Address: 359P-35-001-003.00 PT IN N ½ NW ¼ SE ¼ 110 X 530 IRREG S .6AC C DB261/175 1/81 DB390/423 3/96 City of Amory, Monroe County, Mississippi. 60007 HWY 278 W, City of Amory, Mississippi WHEREAS, the Mayor and Board of Aldermen have reviewed the character of the neighborhood and the public need for rezoning of the property; and WHEREAS, upon review of this matter and careful consideration of all facts, comments, and documentation, the Mayor and Board of Aldermen find that the character of the neighborhood has changed substantially so that rezoning is clearly justified, and that there is a public need for the rezoning of the property; and WHEREAS, pursuant to Section 21-17-5 M.C.A., the City has the power to adopt any orders, resolutions or ordinances with respect to such municipal affairs, property and finances which are not inconsistent with the Mississippi Constitution of 1890, the Mississippi Code of 1972, or any other statute or law of the State of Mississippi; and In accordance with the requirements of Section 21-17-19, M.C.A., a copy of the full text of the ordinance described herein shall be posted at Amory City Hall, the main public library, and the Monroe County Government Complex. The Municipal Clerk of the City of Amory shall furnish any resident of the municipality a copy of the full text of this ordinance upon request. This Ordinance was passed and adopted by unanimous vote on this the 21st day of July 2020. s/Brad J.Blalock BRAD J. BLALOCK, MAYOR ATTEST: s/ Jamie E. Morgan JAMIE E. MORGAN, CITY CLERK
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