Hemet’s Downtown is specifically on Planning Commission’s minds

H■ Melissa Diaz Hernandez / Reporter emet’s Planning Commission had a packed agenda for its Feb. 21 meeting. The meeting commenced with new Planning Commissioner James Ollerton taking the oath of office. The agenda consisted of the Downtown Specific Plan Project, the exterior color palette for AMF Hemet Lanes and the zoning ordinance amendment regarding marijuana facilities and cultivation. Ollerton, a 45-year Hemet resident, was recommended by Hemet City Councilwoman Karlee Meyer and was approved by the City Council at the Jan. 24 meeting. Ollerton has worked in the public sector as an IT professional for 23 years. According to his LinkedIn profile, Ollerton is the director of information technology for

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