YUCCA VALLEY PLANNING COMMISSION HEARS APPLICANTS FOR HOME-BASED GUNS AND ART

YUCCA VALLEY PLANNING COMMISSION HEARS APPLICANTS FOR HOME-BASED GUNS AND ART

It will be round two tonight as the Yucca Valley Planning Commission hears renewal requests to operate a gun business and a sculpture studio out of private homes tonight. Managing Editor Tami Roleff takes a closer look…
The Yucca Valley Planning Commission will hold two public hearings tonight to consider renewing permits for home-based businesses. First up is a request from Jonathan Zorawicki to renew his permit to assemble and sell firearms from his home in the 55900 block of Skyline Ranch Road. The second request is from David Falossi to renew his permit for his artist studio in the 6200 block of Hoot Owl Trail. Following the public hearings, the Planning Commission will be asked review changes to home occupation regulations in the development code amendment. The meeting starts at 6 p.m. in the Yucca Room of the Community Center.

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