On November 12, 2019, beginning at 5:30 pm, the Coeur d’Alene Planning Commission held a regularly scheduled meeting. After the meeting had concluded, it was discovered that an inadvertent error had occurred in one of the online agendas posted on the City’s website. The Administrative Item on the agenda---the Review of the Urban Renewal Plan for the Health Corridor District Urban Renewal Project for conformity with the City’s Comprehensive Plan and recommendation to Council---should have been noted as an “action item” pursuant to Idaho state law. Although the item was correctly noted to be an “action item” in the online Planning Commission Agenda Packet and on all posted hard copies of the agenda, including physical meeting notices, it was not identified as an “action item” on a single online site. This is considered a minor deviation from strict compliance with Idaho Code § 74-204(4). However, in the interest of full compliance, the Planning Commission will convene a special meeting on Monday, November 18 at noon in the Library Community Room. The only action to be taken at the meeting shall be to make findings and forward a recommendation to the City Council on the urban renewal plan’s conformance to the Comprehensive Plan. The presentation from the November 12 meeting will not be repeated since that presentation and discussion is of record. No public comments will be received because the item is administrative in nature. Appropriate agendas will be posted for this special meeting.