Special Public Meeting of the Unity Township Zoning Hearing Board

The Unity Township Lakeside Path Closed
March 30, 2021

A special public meeting of the Unity Township Zoning Hearing Board is scheduled on Monday April 12, 2021 at 6:00 P.M. in the Supervisors’ Meeting Room, Unity Township Municipal Building,154 Beatty County Road, Latrobe, Pennsylvania 15650.for the sole purpose of deliberating, consulting with the Zoning Board’s solicitor as necessary and voting on the Kuhns’ request for a variance to permit them to maintain chickens and an accessory chicken coup on a 20,000 square foot lot located at 21 Range Street, Latrobe, PA 15650, bearing Westmoreland County Tax Map Parcel No. 61-14-11-0-025 and located in an R-2 Zoning District. The record in this matter has been closed, no testimony or other evidence will be taken and no other argument will occur. Persons having an interest may attend this meeting in person or remotely through “ZOOM”, email or other remote methods. Persons interested in attending must contact Building Department Secretary, Gail Rause at 724-539-2546, EXT. 4023 in advance of the meeting so appropriate arrangements for in person or remote attendance can be made. You will need to provide your name, address, email address and cell phone number to Ms. Rause in order to participate. THE ZONING HEARING BOARD FOLLOWS CDC/PA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH PROTOCOLS FOR ITS MEETINGS. ALL PARTICIPANTS AND OTHER PERSONS IN PHYSICAL ATTENDANCE ARE REQUIRED TO WEAR APPROPRIATE FACEMASKS. SOCIAL DISTANCING REQUIREMENTS WILL BE FOLLOWED AND SEATING WILL BE LIMITED FOR PERSONS IN PHYSICAL ATTENDANCE. Any person having an interest in the above matter should make arrangements to attend the meeting at the time, date and place set forth above.  Any person requiring special accommodations to attend should contact Gail Rause in advance so that appropriate arrangements can be made.


                                                           THE TOWNSHIP OF UNITY

                                                            BY: Harry Hosack, Zoning Officer