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2/12/2013 6:00:00 AM
Public comments may return to P&Z

Suzanne Adams-Ockrassa
Miner Staff Reporter

Correction: This story incorrectly stated that Jack Pozenel resigned from the commission to run for the Board of Supervisors. Pozenel did not resign. He finished his term in August and was reappointed to the commission in January by District 4 Supervisor Joy Brotherton.

KINGMAN - A change up in the makeup of the Mohave County Planning and Zoning Commission could mean a return of the call to the public to the commission's agenda.

The commission removed the call to the public from its agenda in 2009. It has debated bringing back the agenda item since March 2012.

At that time, the commission didn't seem to favor bringing it back and a decision on the matter was tabled until the new commission could be seated in January. However, the addition of four new people to the commission may change things.

District 3. Former commissioner Jack Pozenel will also return to the commission. He resigned from the commission last year in order to run for the District 4 supervisor's seat.

The commission will also consider updating its bylaws due to take into account two new districts.

The commission meets at 10 a.m. Wednesday at the County Administration Building, 700 W. Beale St.

New to the commission are Keith Walker serving in District 1, Steven Buck and Robert Jones serving in District 2, and Mychal Gorden serving in

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Reader Comments

Posted: Tuesday, February 12, 2013
Article comment by: Bill Fongeallaz

I wanting to ask if anyone else is have a problem getting the Kingman Dialy Miner to stop throwing the Smart Buyer in the yard and in vacant lots.
I have been trying for 6 weeks to have them stop littering up my yard.
I also believe they should be responsible to pick up all papers throw at vacant properties and papers that end up in the washes.
Thanks Had Enough

Posted: Tuesday, February 12, 2013
Article comment by: Jack Pozenel

Nice to see the Miner has failed to check facts....I did NOT resign from P&Z to run for office.

I was serving out the remaining 27 months from Earl Hamlin's term after he resigned in early 2010. His commission expired at the end of August, 2012.

I fulfilled the seat to it's term. The three Supervisor's choose not to replace any commissioners last year knowing the dynamics of the County Supervisors was changing at the end of the year.

Jack Pozenel

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