Hemet Council encourages emerging businesses to relocate with zoning amendments

Six public hearings were covered at the Tuesday, Nov. 9, Hemet City Council meeting, including one to add to Hemet’s Industrial and Commercial zones making it more friendly to the newer and emerging businesses and another to allow buildings up to 55 feet in height and away from residential neighborhoods. The council also authorized the city manager to purchase three large trucks for the public works department to replace aging vehicles and to meet the state’s mandated clean air standards for vehicles. The council received a good report in the preliminary fiscal year-end budget and approved final tract maps and improvement agreements for subdivisions at Thornton Avenue and Elk Street that would allow for 150 new homes to be built. The council’s decision to change the city’s
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