Secretary: Laurie Tryon
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-FINAL
711 N. 400 E.-TIFFANY TEASE, OWNER-“TIFF’S NAILS”
Tiffany Tease presented this request. This business will be a Home Occupied Nail Salon in the basement of the home. The basement has an exit door and Ms. Tease provided the commission with 12 favorable neighborhood signatures. Staff recommends this request with no inspection necessary on a Home Occupied Business. A favorable recommendation for a Home Occupied Business Final was made by Commissioner Nielson. Commissioner Shook seconded the motion. Motion carried.
V HOME OCCUPIED BUSINESS-OFFICE USE ONLY-FINAL
389 N. 300 E.-AUDREY COX, OWNER-“KEEP IT CLEAN”-JANITORIAL SERVICE
Audrey Cox presented this request. This business will be a cleaning service for businesses and buildings. There will be no impact to the neighborhood as Ms. Cox and her sister will be going outside of the home providing cleaning services. There will be no traffic to the home and no chemical storage. Staff recommends this approval for an Office Use Only business.
A favorable recommendation for a Home Occupied Business-Office Use Only Final was made by Commissioner Sampinos. Commissioner Lyon seconded the motion. Motion carried.
VI HOME OCCUPIED BUSINESS-FINAL
222 N. 200 E. - MARY LEE, OWNER-“X-TREME GRAPH-X”-DECAL SIGNS
Mary Lee presented this request. This business will be located in her home and will not impact the neighborhood with traffic, storage of chemicals, fumes or noise. Ms. Lee will be making computerized vinyl decal signs with 4” rolls of material. A small window sign may be placed in the front window for advertisement with a limit of 150 square inches in size. Staff recommends approval. A favorable recommendation for a Home Occupied Business Final was made by Commissioner Richens. Commissioner Shook seconded the motion. Motion carried.
VII CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT-BUSINESS-FINAL
590 E. 100 N.
#3-VANCE B. FONNESBECK, D.D.S., OWNER-“
presented this request. This business will be an entry level, non-credit dental
school located in Dr. Fonnesbeck’s current dentist
office. The courses will be held on Saturdays so there should not be an issue
with parking on the weekend as surrounding businesses are closed. There is not
a dental school in the area or classes that a person could take for this type of
training. This school will prepare students with the proper basic training to
become a dental assistant. This course would provide a person with a
Certificate of Completion that can be used all over
VIII CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT-BUSINESS & SIGN-FINAL
710 W. PRICE RIVER DRIVE-BF FUZZY NANCE, OWNER-“BICYCLEWORKS”
Fuzzy Nance presented this
request. This bicycle shop will be located in the
Note: Commissioner Nielson stepped down for the next agenda item.
IX CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT-SIGN RESTORATION-FINAL
170 W. 100 N.-JEFF NIELSON,
X CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT-BUSINESS & SIGN-FINAL
164 SO. CARBON AVE.-FAY BOOTH, OWNER “BOOTH FIRE PROTECTION INC.”
Mr. & Mrs. Bryan Booth presented this
request. Booth Fire Protection, Inc. will be moving from their location on
XI CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT-BUSINESS-FINAL
130 N. 200 E.-TIMOTHY DISON,
presented this request. This will be a weekend only, (hours not yet set) flea
market located at 130 N. 200 E. Items can
be anything and everything except firearms or illegal items. There may be
wrapped items and canned pops sold but no food preparation or cooked items will
be offered. Mr. Dison will have a business license
but the Commission would like to have a rule set for individuals renting space
inside of the building. If the space is rented by the same person more than
four times per year, that individual will no longer be able to work under Mr. Dison’s business license and will need to apply for their own. Mr. Dison will be
responsible for the monitoring of this set rule. The spaces will be set at
different sizes such as: 8 x 8 or 10 x 10 with a percentage received from each
vendor. Staff has already completed a building and fire inspection for
XII CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT-R.V. STORAGE/PARKING FACILITY-FINAL
Lyle Heinz presented this
request. Evan Hansen and Lyle Heinz would like to build a personal
storage/parking area for their own vehicles, trailers and ATV’s. The property is considered a legal lot but due
to a power pole through the middle of the property a home is not a reasonable
idea. The only access is off of
Commissioner Richens, Commissioner Nielson
Commissioner Lyon, Commissioner Shook All approved
Commissioner Sacco Nay.
XIII CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT-AMENDMENT-FINAL
320 N. 400 E.-LYNDA VARNER, DIRECTOR-CARBON
Lewis Stilson presented this request. Mr. Stilson is employed by CEU and works with the Housing Authority constructing homes as a part of the building program at CEU. The Housing authority had a home that needed to be added to with a porch structure and a deck with a roof. When the deck and roof were being built, they ran into a power line that was too close to the roof. To remedy the problem, UPL would have them build a secondary box at the bottom of a pole to feed the house to south and the duplex building. Additional parking is also needed with concrete paving added to be in compliance. A third item would be the projections are out further than they should be and need P&Z approval to proceed as is or make modifications. Staff pointed out with the deck and porch there is only a 7’from the deck to the property line which is still acceptable. This expansion just needs to have an adjustment to the Conditional Use Permit. An established easement for the power/water line needs to be checked by Mr. Stilson. The parking requirements for a duplex are two spaces per dwelling unit and this will still be met. There will still be room for some landscaping but no outside storage units. A favorable recommendation for a Conditional Use Permit Amendment Final was made by Commissioner Richens. Commissioner Shook seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Commission Nielson, Commissioner Shook
Commissioner Shook, Commissioner Richens All approved
Commissioner Lyon Nay
XIV CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT-SUBDIVISION-FINAL
Rick Krompel presented this
request. At the last meeting, a final could not be granted from the Price City Engineering
Dept. The questions have all been answered and Mr. Krompel has returned for a
final on the Conditional Use Permit Phase II Subdivision. A development
agreement still needs to be signed by Mr. Krompel along with the decision of
whether or not to include the financial surety as part of the agreement. Mr.
Sonntag has received questions and or comments regarding this financial surety
and has a few comments to share with the P&Z Commission.
1. Require all improvements to be put in as approved, be completed to the point where the one year guarantee could be in effect before a building permit can be given for a structure to be built.
2. Not allow an occupancy permit before the improvements are put in. It would still be required for a Development Agreement to be signed with terms and guarantees so developers and the City understands outcome.
The Commission has the latitude to make a decision whether to require the financial surety, the development agreement, both or choose one of the options to add to the Conditional Use Permit. This would be another vehicle for all developers and still leave the City with 100% control over the project until it is complete. Another option could be to have the developer provide a letter of approval from a bank that he is capable of this type of project. Typically, when a subdivision is approved and there is a plat involved, the Planning Commission, staff, City Council and developers all sign the documents before they are recorded and sold. An option could be to not provide signatures until the project was complete. Commissioner Sacco wanted the commission to understand that a developer may not take funds to hold a property lot or sell the lot.
Mr. Krompel, for example, would
complete the project to City specs and standards on his private property and
then turn it over to the city. When the City approves the project, Mr. Krompel
could then sell the lots and apply for building permits. If the lots begin to
sell before the requirements are met, the contractor would come in and complete
the bond so that he may begin selling the lots and still guarantee the City the
job will be done right. At the time the Development Agreement is signed with
the developer, any stipulations or questions can be taken care between the City
and that developer. The City Attorney and
XV CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT-LOT LINE ADJUSTMENT-FINAL
21 W. MAIN STREET-H.D. LLC- PAUL HOFFMAN, SUE DOUROS, OWNERS-“HARD HAT FURNITURE & APPLIANCE”
Paul Hoffman, Don Hoffman and Sue Douros presented this request. Hard Hat Furniture & Appliance owners have purchased the building they are currently in and the parcel next to it, previously the Castle Valley Mall. They would like to proceed with combing the two buildings and eliminating the lot line to create one parcel. Staff recommends this lot line adjustment as the buildings need to be combined to make changes to the structure. A favorable recommendation for a Conditional Use Permit Lot Line Adjustment Final was made by Commissioner Shook. Commissioner Richens seconded the motion. Motion carried
XVI CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT-BUSINESS EXPANSION & SIGN-FINAL
21 WEST MAIN STREET-H.D. LLC-PAUL HOFFMAN, SUE DOUROS, OWNERS-
“HARD HAT FURNITURE & APPLIANCE”
Paul Hoffman, Sue Douros and Don Hoffman
presented this request. The two buildings will now share two entrances between
the buildings. Each level will be used for a different furniture item and give
Hardhat Furniture more space for additional merchandise and showrooms. The apartments
downstairs are not usable and can never be occupied again. The top floor of the
mall building will also not be utilized; both floors will just be abandoned. Parking
does not change; customers and employees will still park behind the building
Development Agreement continued.-Discussion
Castle Country Fencing- Discussion
Sexually Oriented Business- Discussion.
There were no further items on the agenda and Commissioner Lyon moved to adjourn. The meeting adjourned at
Laurie Tryon, Secretary