City of Dunnellon
Planning Commission 
Tuesday, January 18, 2022,  5:30 p.m.
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Public Comment

Anyone who wishes to provide public comment will be able to do so by participating in the Planning Commission meeting in person, or via the Zoom "AUDIO ONLY" platform and/or telephone, by speaking during public comment portions of the meeting when recognized per the instructions below or by submitting written comments, evidence and/or written testimony in advance of the meeting via email to the Planning Assistant at  

Members of the public who would like to participate are encouraged to register in advance by Noon on Tuesday, January 18, 2022.  Please see instructions below on how to register.

A three (3) minute time limit will be administered during public comment.

Instructions on How to Listen and/or Participate in the Meeting 
Meeting Instructions (PDF)

One or more City Council members may attend this meeting and may speak.
Call to Order

Pledge of Allegiance 

Roll Call
Proof of Publication: The Agenda was posted on City's website and City Hall bulletin board on Tuesday, January 11, 2022.

Public Comment:


Approval of Minutes: November 16, 2021


Re-Appointments To The Planning Commission:

Re-appointment of members to the Planning Commission.


Election of Chair and Vice-Chair:

2022 Chair and Vice-Chair Nominations.

Chair D'Arville to call for nominations.


Mike New, City Manager, City of Newberry, Florida:

Presentation: Comprehensive Plan Vision & Mission Statement


Reports & Updates:

  • Chairwoman D'Arville
  • Commissioners
  • Staff

Public Comment:



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