PRICE CITY PLANNING AND ZONING
MINUTES OF JANUARY 10, 2005 - 6:00 PM
PRESENT: Alfred Richens John Angotti Penny Sampinos Frankie Sacco
Francis Duzenack Kathy Sherman Jeanne McEvoy Gary Lyon Larry Bruno
ALSO PRESENT: Thomas McCrary Mary Vansickle Ryan Nelson Dustin Heugly
Marjann Guptill Rick Krompel Dave Anderson Tony Basso
I. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
The Pledge of Allegiance was led by Chairman John B. Angotti.
II ROLL CALL
The above members were in attendance and a quorum present.
III MINUTES OF DECEMBER 13, 2004
There were no changes or corrections and Gary Lyon moved to approve the Minutes of December 13, 2004, as written. Penny Sampinos seconded and the motion carried.
IV HOME OCCUPIED BUSINESS - OFFICE USE ONLY - SHIPLEY'S SHIP SHAPE SERVICE - 1680 EAST 300 SOUTH D-203 - DAVID SHIPLEY, OWNER
Mr. Shipley was not present for the discussion. Francis Duzenack explained the business will be a janitorial and window washing service. He stated there will be storage of general cleaning supplies in the home. Larry Bruno moved to forward a favorable recommendation for Shipley's Ship Shape Service. Penny Sampinos seconded. Motion carried.
V HOME OCCUPIED BUSINESS - OFFICE USE ONLY - YOUR GIFT LADY. COM
442 NORTH 100 EAST - MARY - MARGARET VANSICKLE, OWNER
Mrs. Vansickle explained she will be selling gift items from a catalog. Currently she displays her catalogs at local realtors but eventually would like to provide fundraisers for Elementary Schools. There will be no inventory stored in the home. Products are shipped either directly to the customer or to Mrs. Vansickle where she will then deliver the merchandise accordingly. Larry Bruno moved to forward a favorable recommendation for Your Gift Lady .Com. Penny Sampinos seconded. Motion carried.
VI HOME OCCUPIED BUSINESS - OFFICE USE ONLY - E & L VENDING
263 NORTH CARBON AVENUE, ERICK ERICKSON, OWNER
Mr. Erickson was unable to be present for the discussion. Francis stated Mr. Erickson will supply various locations with vending machines. Larry Bruno was concerned with a collection of unused vending machines. Francis stated the home will be used for office space only. Alfred Richens moved to forward a favorable recommendation for E & L Vending. Frankie Sacco seconded. Motion carried.
VII CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT - FINAL - SIGN - MRS. GUPPY'S FABRICS & CRAFTS
15 SOUTH CARBON AVENUE - MARJANN C. GUPTILL, OWNER
Mrs. Guptill stated the Fire Marshall requires one fire extinguisher within the business.
Francis stated the signs are within the guidelines of the Land Development Code. Mrs. Guptill explained the lettering of the signs will be in white and will adhere to the glass windows and door. At the present time the store is not open for business due to renovation. Larry Bruno moved to
forward a favorable recommendation for final and sign for Mrs. Guppy's Fabrics & Crafts with the
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contingent upon the installation of one fire extinguisher. Penny Sampinos seconded. Motion carried.
VIII CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT - FINAL - BUSINESS & SIGN - SUNDANCE RECOVERY SERVICES - 59 EAST 100 NORTH - JERRY CARLSON, OWNER
Dustin Heugly represented Jerry Carlson in his absence. Mr. Heugly explained the Sundance Recovery Service will take the place of the Candy Bouquet which once resided within the premises. Mr. Heugly explained the business is a collection agency which will be managed by one full time employee. Mr. Heugly stated there will be a copy change to the sign but the structure will remain the same. Francis Duzenack brought to the attention of the Commission that a prior landscaping agreement was made with Mr. Carlson to plant two trees within the parking strip of the business. Mr. Heugly stated he will remind Mr. Carlson of the agreement. Gary Lyon moved to forward a favorable recommendation with the contingent upon Mr. Heugly notifying Mr. Carlson of the prior landscaping agreement. Alfred Richens seconded. Motion carried.
IX CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT - FINAL - SYLVAGNI BUILDING REMODEL FOR DISCOVERY PHONE CENTER - 6 EAST MAIN - ANTHONY BASSO, OWNER
Thomas McCrary represented Anthony Basso as his Project Manager. Mr. McCrary explained that by relocating the Discovery Phone Center into the down town area it would increase activity for the neighboring businesses. Mr. McCrary stated there are plans for extra booths which will bring additional employment to the area. Mr. McCrary responded to the concerns of limited parking. He explained there will be the renovation of the parking lot behind the Newhouse Hotel which will accommodate ten parking stalls. In addition there is a lease which states employees will use available off street public parking lots. Mr. McCrary responded to concerns of handicap accessibility. He explained there is a working elevator within the building and a handicap stall in the plans of the renovated parking lot. Larry Bruno moved for a favorable recommendation for the remodel of the Sylvagni Building for Discovery Phone Center with the contingent upon employee use of available off street parking. Failure to comply will result in a review of the Conditional Use Permit. Gary Lyon seconded. Motion carried.
X CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT - FINAL - PIPE STORAGE & SIGN
115 SOUTH 100 WEST - SOUTHWEST PLUMBING SUPPLY
Ryan Nelson was present to represent Southwest Plumbing Supply. He stated they have out grown the current pipe storage location and wish to relocate the storage yard from 200 west to 115 South 100 West. Francis Duzenack stated the sign is in compliance with the sign limitations of the Land Development Code. He stated there was a comment from staff concerning the access into the property on Carbon Avenue and 100 West. The City requires both driveways and connecting sidewalks to be six inches thick. Curb and gutter is to meet City standards. Gary Lyon forwarded a favorable recommendation with a contingent upon complying with the City standards to install driveway, curb and gutter in the spring. Alfred Richens seconded. Motion carried.
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XI CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT - PRELIMINARY & FINAL
ANDERSON OFFICE BUILDING - 49 NORTH 500 EAST
DAVID ANDERSON & RICK KROMPEL, OWNERS
Francis Duzenack stated there was an amendment to the original plans. He explained the building will move south eight feet from the original location. He stated all other construction plans will remain the same. An extra sewer line will run across the parking lot and be capped off for future
development. In requirement with City standards the driveway and connecting sidewalk must be
six inches thick. Alfred Richens moved to forward a favorable recommendation for the Preliminary & Final of the Anderson Office Building. Gary Lyon seconded. Motion carried.
100 West and Main Street - The Commission has concerns over the new four-way stop at the intersection of 100 West and Main Street. Francis Duzenack stated he was unsure what the City's future plans are with the intersection.
495 South Hwy 55 - Francis stated that Anthony Basso has purchased the property at 495 South Hwy 55 and is in the process of prepping the lot for future development.
There was no further business and Alfred Richens moved to adjourn. The meeting ended at 6:51 PM.
John B. Angotti, Chairman
Kathy Sherman, Secretary