PRICE CITY PLANNING AND ZONING
MINUTES OF FEBRUARY 7, 2005
PRESENT: Alfred Richens
EXCUSED: John Angotti
ALSO PRESENT: Thomas McCrary Theresa Jensen George Cook
I PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
The Pledge of Allegiance was led
II ROLL CALL
The above members were in attendance and a quorum present.
III MINUTES OF JANUARY 24, 2005
There were no changes or corrections and Gary Lyon moved to approve the Minutes of January 24, 2005, as written. Alfred Richens seconded and the motion carried.
IV HOME OCCUPIED BUSINESS - OFFICE USE ONLY- CREEK MASTER CONSTRUCTION - 639 EAST 500 SOUTH - GEORGE M. COOK, OWNER
Mr. Cook explained he will use his home for office use only. All equipment needed for the business will be stored in his vehicle. Advertising for the business will be done by word of mouth. Mr. Duzenack explained the regulation for a Handyman License is limited to one thousand dollars. Alfred Richens moved to forward a favorable recommendation for Creek Master Construction. Frankie Sacco seconded. Motion carried.
V CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT - CONVERT SINGLE FAMILY DWELLING TO STUDENT/SINGLE HOUSING - 334 NORTH 5TH AVENUE - JED AND THERESA JENSEN, OWNERS
Mrs. Jensen explained at the present time there are four tenants occupying the dwelling, come April there will be three. Mr. Duzenack explained the Police were called to the dwelling with complaints of parking and noise. At the present time there is not a sign on 5th Avenue indicating a no parking zone. He stated there is space in the driveway for two vehicles, end to end. The back yard has enough hard surface space for one and a half vehicles. Mrs. Jensen questioned about turning the front yard into parking. Mr. Duzenack stated all front yards excluding sidewalk, curb, gutter and driveway must be landscaped unless approved by the Planning Commission. In this case, the front yard is too short to park a full sized vehicle without encroaching into the public right of way. The Commission suggested building a larger pad in back of the dwelling either of asphalt or concrete to allow for more parking. Staff has reviewed this type of use in other cities and the parking ratio is generally 1.3 parking spaces per tenant. Staff is recommending that a ratio of 1.3 be used. If Mrs. Jensen were to increase the rear yard parking to accommodate three vehicles there would be a total of five. This would be adequate to allow four tenants. Gary Lyon moved to forward a favorable recommendation for a temporary 90 day conditional use permit to convert this single family dwelling to student/single housing contingent upon building a larger pad in the back of the dwelling either of asphalt or concrete to allow additional parking and a walk through inspection completed with the Fire Marshall. Alfred Richens seconded. Motion carried.
VI TEMPORARY CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT - RECREATION VEHICLE STORAGE LOT - 300 SOUTH CARBON AVENUE - AJB PROPERTY MANAGEMENT, OWNERS
Mr. McCrary, Project Manager represented Anthony Basso in his absence. McCrary explained Mr. Basso is planning to move his dealership to the East Hwy 55 lot (formerly Turner Lumber) when it's completed. At this time the current dealership is lacking space, with inventory on the way. Mr. McCrary stated the lot at 300 South Carbon Avenue would contain storage of recreation vehicles and a locked and gated compound for storage of vehicles. The recreational vehicle lot measures 105 feet by 84 feet including a 35 foot driveway with a compacted gravel base. The gated compound yard measures 75 feet by 84 feet including a 16 foot driveway with a compacted gravel base. A 12 inch concrete pipe will be installed the full length of the lot on 300 South Street. Alfred Richens moved to forward a favorable recommendation for a one year temporary conditional use permit for this recreation vehicle storage lot and gated compound at 300 South Carbon Avenue. Gary Lyon seconded. Motion carried.
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Updated Land Development Code Book
There was no further business and Gary Lyon moved to adjourn. The meeting ended at 6:31 PM.
John B. Angotti, Chairman