PHSZD MEETING INFORMATION
Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham established a statewide public health emergency due to COVID-19 through a series of modified public health orders beginning in late March 2020. Health Orders were revised on Monday, July 13, 2020, shortly before a PHSZD Commission decision to begin online public meetings. Attorney General Balderas issued guidance to public entities across the State of New Mexico regarding their ongoing obligations to comply with the Open Meetings Act (OMA) and the Inspection of Public Records Act (IPRA) during the state of emergency in New Mexico. The New Mexico Office of Attorney General, Open Government Division Advisory During COVID-19 State of Public Health Emergency guidance was used to develop the PHSZD online public meeting plan
***IF SUBMITTING AN APPLICATION FOR PERMIT OR COMPLAINT, A COMPLETE APPLICATION AND SUPPORTING DOCUMENTATION MUST BE RECEIVED BY THE COMMISSION 14 DAYS PRIOR TO YOUR REQUESTED MEETING DATE.
You MUST RECEIVE EMAIL CONFIRMATION from the commission that you have been placed on the upcoming agenda. NO EXCEPTIONS will be made to this requirement.
To register for a meeting visit the PHSZD MEETINGS, NEW ONLINE and FORMS pages.
WHEN: 2ND AND 4TH TUESDAYS AT 6:30 PM
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Online Public Meeting Guidance
Persons wishing to give public comments or appear before the commission should sign-in at 6:30 PM on ZOOM. Additional comments can be made on this website on the CONTACT page
Requests for comments during the meeting should be made through Zoom CHAT and follow the published online public meeting agenda
At the start of the meeting, the chair will announce the names of those members of the public body participating remotely.
All members of the public body participating remotely must identify themselves whenever they speak and must be clearly audible to the other members of the public body and to the public.
Members of the public will be afforded remote access, via live stream or other similar technology, if possible, or call-in number for listening by phone through ZOOM.
Chair should suspend discussion if the audio or video is interrupted.
All votes of the public body must be by roll call vote.
The public body will produce and maintain a recording of the open session of the meeting found on this website at NEW ONLINE.
The first type of zoning permit procedure authorized for online public meetings by PHSZD is administrative zoning reviews. Administrative review is for zoning permit requests that exactly comply with the PHSZD Comprehensive Ordinance regulations.
For Appeals Process see Paradise Hills Special Zoning District Comprehensive Ordinance
Join Us...Public Comments Always Welcome
WHEN: AS NEEDED for large project public meetings and administrative review overflow. Variances, Conditional Use Requests, Modifications of the Zoning Map, Special Use and Planned Development zoning requests require a separate process under New Mexico State Zoning Statues and PHSZD Ordinance Regulations. Please contact the Commission for instructions for these requests.