Secretary: Laurie Tryon
OTHERS PRESENT: Kim
Henderson, Ken Kirkwood, Lauri Brown, Penny Arno, James Horrocks, Julie Anderson
I PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
Commissioner Lyon led the Pledge of Allegiance.
II ROLL CALL
The above members were in attendance and a quorum present.
was made by Ed Shook to have
IV MINUTES OF
A favorable motion to approve the minutes of
V HOME OCCUPIED BUSINESS-OFFICE USE ONLY-FINAL
Kim Henderson presented this request. Ms. Henderson has been in the cleaning business since 1991 with a county business license. She does contract cleaning for businesses and will have no supplies or storage in her home. She will only use her home as office space and have no traffic or staff come to her home. This contract cleaning job is only part-time for Ms. Henderson of approximately 20 hours per week. Staff recommends approval for this business. A favorable recommendation for a Home Occupied Business Office Use Only Final was made by Commissioner Shook. Commissioner Nielson seconded the motion. Motion carried.
VI HOME OCCUPIED BUSINESS-BUSINESS FINAL
Ken Kirkwood presented this request. Mr. Kirkwood currently promotes the Motocross races at the fairgrounds and would like to begin making the trophies locally and possibly have a local vendor make the engraved plaques to apply. The trophies are currently ordered outside of Price, mostly out of state. Mr. Kirkwood would assemble the trophies in his garage. There are tubes that need to be cut into length with an electric saw but the rest is assembly work. The assembly work does not create odors or much noise for the neighborhood. Mr. Kirkwood did not think surrounding neighbors would notice this business at all as there would be no traffic generated and little if no noise. Staff recommends approval for this business. A favorable recommendation for a Home Occupied Business Final was made by Commissioner Sampinos. Commissioner Richens seconded the motion. Motion Carried.
VII HOME OCCUPIED BUSINESS-OFFICE USE ONLY-FINAL
689 BIRCH CIRCLE-BROWN’S BILLING SOLUTIONS-LAURI BROWN, OWNER
Lauri Brown presented this request to start a medical billing office in her home. This will be an Office Use only business. Ms. Brown has completed an internet certification training class to do this type of billing work in her home and has been a nurse for 20 years. She will send out brochures to advertise and meet with local and out of town doctors to generate business. No professional licensing or bonding is necessary according to Ms. Brown. Staff recommends approval for this business. A favorable recommendation for a Home Occupied Business Office Use Only Final was made by Commissioner Richens. Commissioner Sacco seconded the motion. Motion carried.
VIII HOME OCCUPIED BUSINESS-OFFICE USE ONLY-FINAL
122 N. 4th W.-S&S
Penny Arno presented this request for a cleaning business out of her home. She will clean businesses and will not have supplies or storage in her home. Staff recommends approval for this business. A favorable recommendation for a Home Occupied Business Office Use Only Final was made by Commissioner Nielson. Commissioner Shook seconded the motion. Motion carried.
IX HOME OCCUPIED BUSINESS-FINAL
895 N. 500 E.-JIM’S GUN SHOP-JAMES HORROCKS, OWNER
Jim Horrock presented
this request for a Business License to sell firearms and accessories in his
home. Orders will be filled per customer request so there will be no stocking
of items or supplies. Mr. Horrocks has had this
business before in
X CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT-BUSINESS AND SIGN FINAL
100 N. 214 E.-WINTER’S END INC.-JULIE ANDERSON, OWNER
Julie Anderson presented this request. This
business will be a natural food store to offer natural alternatives to
customers. Mrs. Anderson has a background in health products and has previously
owned a store in
XI CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT-BUSINESS-FINAL
McGibbon was not present for this item. Staff
recommends approval for this business after which he will need to apply for his
investigators licensing from the State of
XII CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT-BUSINESS FINAL
Mark Page was not in attendance for
this meeting. Mr. Page is a previous Water Rights Engineer for the State of
XIII CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT-AMENDMENT-FINAL
Commissioner Nielson the BTAC will only be meant for offices coming in and out and assisting businesses for success. If there is a question regarding a BTAC business that would have adverse effects on the community, then it should be brought before the City Council not Planning & Zoning. Mr. Tatton understands that uses and impacts on the land are appropriate for the P&Z Commission. Commissioner Richens wants the City Council to hear about the new businesses and give the needed approval so that things do not get out of hand. The Council is responsible for the overall safety of the citizens of Price and need to know about the businesses in our community.
Commissioner Shook feels that it doesn’t hurt to have additional screening for these businesses and make recommendations to the City Council with contingencies etc. to then let the City Council make the final decision. Mr. Tatton wants things to work more quickly with less procedure and time allowance to start a business. Staff recommends approval for this amendment. A favorable motion for a Conditional Use Permit Amendment Final was made by Commissioner Nielson with the following contingencies: The City Council and Planning & Zoning Commission will be notified of all businesses approved through the BTAC, a two year trial period for this Conditional Use Permit Amendment to be recalled if necessary and the condition that all businesses that may have adverse effects on the community come through Planning and Zoning and then the City Council before being approved by the BTAC. Commissioner Sampinos seconded the motion. Motion carried with the following vote.
Commissioner Richens-Aye Commissioner Sampinos-Aye
Commissioner Sacco-Aye Commissioner Nielson-Aye
Commissioner Shook- Nay
IVX STAFF-NEWSLETTER-PLANNING COMMISSIONERS JOURNAL-PLANNERS WEB UPDATE
Sexually Oriented Businesses session with committee members-Commissioner Shook gave a handout to committee members for discussion and would like to have a meeting immediately following the next scheduled Planning & Zoning meeting.
There were no further items on the agenda and Commissioner Richens moved to adjourn. The meeting adjourned at
Laurie Tryon, Secretary