Planning commission meeting minutes provide the names of those present, date and time of meeting, and then present agenda of items to be discussed. The minutes summarize the planning commission's discussion. At each meeting the planning commission addresses public requests first and then addresses issues relating to general planning as time permits. While early minutes contain information about developing a master plan, the bulk of information in more recent minutes is about specific development and subdivision requests. The planning commission has considered numerous conditional use permit requests or the requests of individuals to use their residences for business or commercial purposes. Minutes for the 1990s include the city engineer's comments and meeting minutes for staff review as well as planning commission minutes.; Chronological.; Camp Floyd Mining District recorders ordered documents chronologically, however unused pages in Books A and B, which were originally recorded in the 1870s, were used to record location notices in 1892-1894.; Historical Note; Research Note; Mining records; Book A (Camp Floyd military account records, 1859; mining claims 1870-1871; 1893-1894); Book B (1872, Jun-1893, Dec); Book C (1893, Dec-1894, Nov); Book D (1894, Nov-1895, Aug); Book E (1895, Aug-Nov); Book F (1895, Nov-Dec); Book G (1895, Dec-1896, Jan); Book H (1896, Jan-Feb); Book I (1896, Feb-Mar); Book J (1896, Mar-Apr); Book K (1896, Apr-Jul); Book L (1896, Jul-1897, Jan); Book M (1897, Jan-Feb); Book N (1897, Feb-Jun); Camp Floyd West (1897, Jan-May)
Agriculture and Natural Resources; Mines and Mineral Resources; Mining claims—Tooele County (Utah).; Mines and mineral resources—Property—Tooele County (Utah).; By-laws—Mining districts—Utah.; Utah—Tooele County—Mines and mineral resources.; Fort Crittenden (Utah)—Military Supplies.; UMAbroad--Agriculture and Natural Resources; UMAnarrow--Mines and Mineral Resources
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These records are available for reproduction and use.
Mining district by-laws from United States. General Land Office, Series 3651, includes by-laws for this district.Mining records from Tooele County (Utah). County Recorder, Series 6150, contain additional and subsequent mining records for the Camp Floyd District, as well as a complete transcription of Camp Floyd Book B.