Nevada City B&B ordinance hearing moved up |

Nevada City B&B ordinance hearing moved up

A delayed public hearing to consider a bed-and-breakfast ordinance in Nevada City has been re-scheduled for a closer date.

The city council will hold a special meeting 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 3, at City Hall, 317 Broad St.

Nevada City planners approved a draft ordinance in September that would allow former B&Bs to re-open in residential areas.

The hearing was originally set for Oct. 13, but the notices sent to Nevada City residents had incorrect wording. City staff had to start the notification process over, re-scheduling the hearing for mid-December.

At Wednesday’s city council meeting, Chamber of Commerce President David Painter requested the hearing be moved up.

For more on the B&B ordinance, see Wednesday’s article in The Union:

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