Iron County passes tourist rooming house amendment


June 2, 2022


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HURLEY — At its monthly meeting on Tuesday, the Iron County Board of Supervisors passed an amendment to the county’s land use ordinance recommended by the Iron County Comprehensive Planning/Land and Zoning Committee. Assistant Zoning Administrator Gerry Nasi explained to the board that there were two major changes to the ordinance in the amendment.

“One is to take the burden off the district attorney and place it on court council (for helping the county deal with property violations). The other is to get our TRH ordinance up to date. The ex...

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