NOVEMBER 17, 2003 - 6:30 P.M.

All the members of the Jackson Township Planning Commission were present for this public meeting.

Bruce Baker opened the public meeting by stating that the public hearing had been properly advertised in the Public Notice Section of the Johnstown Tribune Democrat dated November 9th, 2003 and that the proposed amendment has been available for review at the Township office.

He also read a summary of the ordinance. "An Ordinance of the Township of Jackson amending Sections 202 and 503 of the Jackson Township Zoning Ordinance for the establishment of adult businesses in the Industrial District only after public hearing and conditional use approval by the township supervisors.

He stated that the proposed Zoning Ordinance Amendment has been reviewed by the Cambria County Planning Commission and they have determined this zoning change is deemed necessary for the continued sound management of land use development within Jackson Township.

Bruce then opened the meeting for public comments.

Eugene Kist commented that the township would not be able to stop these people from coming in. He also commented that Zoning Ordinance 118 was supposed to keep these places from coming in and that was 2 years ago.

Since there were no more public comments, the meeting was adjourned at 6:35 p.m.

Respectively submitted,
Don Knopsnyder