Secretary: Laurie Tryon
OTHERS PRESENT: Kimberly Hathaway, Stitches & Silhouettes
I PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
II ROLL CALL
The above members were in attendance and a quorum present.
III MINUTES OF
A favorable motion to approve the minutes of
IV HOME OCCUPIED BUSINESS & SIGN FINAL
960 N. 300 E.-STITCHES & SILHOUETTES-SCOTT AND KIMBERLY HATHAWAY
Kimberly Hathaway presented this request. This business will be a two part business between husband and wife. “Stitches” will be a sewing, embroidery, quilting and digitizing software to sew various designs on different types of material. “Silouettes” will be a plasma metal cutting business to cut designs out of metal for customers. This business mostly uses scrap metal and special orders for customers so there will not be an excess amount of metal stored. Advertising for both businesses will be word of mouth and attending community fairs etc. This is part-time business for both parties in addition to full time jobs. Plasma cutting is not flammable or hazardous nor will it produce any sparks or fumes. The cutting process sounds like an air compressor and therefore is very quiet. The sign has not been designed as of yet but will not go over the 150” maximum allowed size for the land ordinance. Staff recommends this business. No traffic will be developed from this business and parking for at least 6 vehicles is available in driveway. A favorable recommendation for a Home Occupied Business & Sign Final was made by Commissioner Shook. Commissioner Nielson seconded the motion. Motion carried.
V STAFF- Planning Commissioner Journal Handout
Commissioner Shook offered to check into some training for Planning and Zoning Commissioners. The interest for training from the P&Z Commissioners would include learning the new legislative and educational updates and duties for new commissioners as well as handouts and information to bring to the Commissioners. Commissioner Shook will give us an update at the next meeting if there is enough interest to bring an instructor to Price.
There were no further items on the agenda and Commissioner Lyon moved to adjourn. The meeting adjourned at
Sexually Oriented Businesses session with committee members- a discussion took place regarding Sexually Oriented Businesses with the P&Z Committee members.
Laurie Tryon, Secretary