The Interfaith Sanctuary (IFS) appeal hearing is scheduled for several days next week, starting Monday. The hearing will begin with presentations from city staff, IFS, and then neighborhood associations. Collister’s neighborhood association president, Doug Drinka, will be presenting.
After that, there will be Q&A from Council and public testimony from parties of record only. This means, if you provided verbal or written testimony at the December 2021 P&Z hearing, then you are able to testify at this hearing. Because this is an appeal, testimony works a little differently. No new testimony will be allowed.
If you do plan to provide testimony you will need to register. Instructions can be found here. Remember, you get just 3 minutes if you are providing public testimony. The hearings will be streamed live (or stored for watching later) on the city’s YouTube channel.