MINUTES OF FEBRUARY 12, 2007
PRESENT: Commissioners: Nick Tatton, Community Director
EXCUSED ABSENCE: Commissioner Lyon
OTHERS PRESENT: Dondra Nance, David O’Brien, Jeanne and Grady McEvoy, Alan Mitchel, Eddie Horvath, Charles Fausett, Carrie Healy, Amber Gleave
I PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
Chairman Larry Bruno led the Pledge of Allegiance
II ROLL CALL
III MINUTES OF JANUARY 8, 2007
A favorable motion to approve the minutes of January 8, 2007 as read was made by Commissioner Nielson. Commissioner Shook seconded the motion. Motion carried.
IV HOME OCCUPIED PERMIT- OFFICE USE ONLY-BUSINESS- FINAL
772 BRIARWOOD CIRCLE- MITCHEL’S POWER CLEAN-N-DETAIL-ALAN MITCHEL, OWNER
Alan Mitchel presented this request for a power detail cleaning
business that will be managed from a van type vehicle. There will not be any
type of storage at his home located at
V HOME OCCUPIED PERMIT- BUSINESS- FINAL
840 N. 400 E., AMBER’S HAIRCARE-AMBER GLEAVE, OWNER
Amber Gleave presented this request for a mobile hairstyling service. She has received 16 favorable neighborhood signatures from a 250° radius around her home. Mrs. Gleave will travel to her client’s homes for hairstyling services until the home is set up to be a hair salon which may take 2-5 years. There will not be any storage or retail sales. Mrs. Gleave is a certified cosmetologist. Some clients may come to her home for a hair cut but traffic will not be generated from this business. When the salon in her home is ready to be built, she will need to return to Planning and Zoning for an amendment to the Conditional Use Permit and any necessary building permits required at that time. No employees will be hired for this business. MOTION. A favorable motion to approve the Home Occupied Permit Business both inside and outside of her home was made by Commissioner Nielson. Commissioner Sacco seconded the motion. Motion carried.
VI CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT- FINAL
464 E. 400 SO., BIRDS- EDDIE HORVATH, OWNER
Eddie Horvath presented a request to have birds of prey in his home. Mr. Horvath reported to the commission that he currently has one Prairie Falcon, 13 Parrots and one Red Tail Falcon on site at the home address of 464 E. 400 S. The maximum amount of birds allowed in a home in city limits is (4) four based on municipal code. More than 4 animals would be considered an aviary. Planning and Zoning has requested the following detailed plan as to his potential activities that will take place on the property relative to his potential keeping of birds on the location. The plan should indicate:
· the number of birds to be maintained on the property at any one time (total number now or in the future);
· the type of birds that will be on the property, specifically identified by breed, type, etc.;
· what exactly will be done with the birds, including procedures for rehabilitation, etc.
· the plan should indicate the length of time that Mr. Horvath will keep each bird or all of the birds;
· the plan should indicate whether Mr. Horvath regards the birds as pets or as a business use item;
· the report prepared by Mr. Horvath, once presented to the Planning and Zoning Commission and City Council, should be signed by Mr. Horvath, notarized and dated.
Horvath no longer does rehabilitation for animals as he has in the past; he now
also purchases the food for the birds rather than raising his own feeder
animals (mice). Mr. Horvath stated that he has the appropriate licensing with
the State of
VII PROPERTY PURCHASE- APPROX.
O’Brien presented this request to purchase property from
· Planning and Zoning review of the potential disposition of real property.
· Planning and Zoning recommendation to Price City Council for disposition of the real property.
· Price City Council declaration of the property as surplus to the needs of the public.
· Acceptance of bids for the purchase of the property (presumably, Mr. O’Brien will bid on the property, and his is the only party that should have an interest in bidding on the property).
Commissioner Nielson moved to recommend potential disposition of the identified
real property parcel, located at approximately
VIII CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT- PROPOSED SHERIFF IMPOUND LOT-CONCEPT ONLY
150 N. 100 W.-
Several concerned citizens were available with questions and concerns regarding the proposed Sheriff Impound Lot. Mr Levanger was not available for comment. Commissioner Richens moved to table Item 8 until Mr. Levanger was available to present the proposed project related to the Sheriff Impound Lot. Motion seconded by Commissioner Sampinos. Motion carried.
IX PROPERTY ADJUSTMENT-CHARLES FAUSETT
Fausett presented a property issue to the Commission.
Mr. Fausett’s father purchased a parcel of land approximately
40 years ago where his home is located and fenced in the yard to the side
(east) under the impression that he owned all of the property. A portion of
that fenced in area did not actually belong to his father nor
· Request review of the situation by Price City Planning and Zoning; request recommendation from Price City Planning and Zoning to authorize disposition of the described real property.
· Request finding of surplus of the described real property by the Price City Council and authorization for disposition of the property.
· Quit Claim deed the described property to Mr. Charles Fausett.
MOTION. Commission Shook moved to find the described property in question of no value and surplus to the needs of Price City and find that is not owned nor utilized by Price City, to acknowledge that the described property in question does not correspond to any recorded ownership records and that the described property in question is considered “extra” property adjacent to previously approved subdivision. To also, recommend the Price City Council find the property surplus to the needs of the community and further recommend the property be declared surplus and to recommend to Price City Council Quit Claim deed the described property in question to Mr. Charles Fausett consistent with his established prescriptive use. Motion seconded by Commissioner Richens. Motion carried.
X STAFF- Update on current Planning and Zoning issues in
Commissioner Shook motioned to adjourn. The meeting adjourned at 6:57 P.M.
Larry Bruno, Chairman