PRESENT: John B. Angotti, Chairman Alfred Richens Frankie Sacco
Jeanne McEvoy, Council Penny Sampinos Gary Lyon Larry Bruno, Vice Chair
Francis Duzenack, Zoning Administrator Molly Penovich, Secretary
ALSO PRESENT: Clorinda Cordova Max Jones Becky Jones James Hindley
Terry Jewkes Mr. and Mrs. Steve Ballard Boyd Anderson
I. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
The Pledge of Allegiance was led by Chairman John B. Angotti.
II. ROLL CALL
The above members were in attendance and a quorum present.
III. MINUTES OF
There were no changes or
corrections and Gary Lyon moved to approve the Minutes of
IV. HOME OCCUPIED BUSINESS
MAKING HORSE PANELS – 17 FAVORABLE SIGNATURES
JAMES HINDLEY, OWNER
Mr. Hindley lives in a CD zone and explained he would like to build horse corral panels at his home. He requested a one year temporary permit to see how well the product sells before looking for a commercial building to work from. He will only be building the panels during the day and they are painted with a roller so there are no fumes or waste hazards. Larry Bruno moved to forward a favorable recommendation to Price City Council for the 1 year temporary permit for this Home Occupied Business. Alfred Richens seconded and the motion carried.
V. CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT – BUSINESS
TERRY JEWKES, OWNER
Ms. Jewkes explained they cater for all types of situations: weddings, anniversaries, meetings, etc… They are currently using the kitchen in the BTAC building and using an enclosed trailer to transport the food. They have permission to use the BTAC’s kitchen for 3 years. It was requested that a copy of their food handler permit be brought in before a business license be issued. Gary Lyon moved to forward a favorable recommendation for this business. Penny Sampinos seconded and the motion carried.
VI. CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT – CONCEPT - NEW BUILDING
1480 EAST 800 NORTH
CASTLE VALLEY LANDSCAPING
BOYD ANDERSON, OWNER
Mr. Anderson explained he wishes to construct two buildings on this property. The first will be two large storage containers set on a foundation and with an engineered roof. It will be painted to resemble a steel building.
The second building would be a larger steel building at the front of the property. He would also like to start a community garden using garden boxes and plant lawn surrounding it. He hopes to have both phases completed within 2 years, this year installing the first building which will be 40’ X 40’, getting utilities to the building and planting the lawn. He stated he would submit a site plan within the next 30 days. Alfred moved to forward a favorable recommendation for this concept. Larry Bruno seconded and the motion carried.
VII. CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT - BUSINESS
410 WEST 100 NORTH
TOOL SOURCE/CASTLE VALLEY LANDSCAPING
BOYD ANDERSON, OWNER
Mr. Anderson is currently operating his landscaping business from this location during the warmer seasons and selling tools during the winter. He plans to rent the property and operate the businesses from this location until the buildings on the other property are completed. He is storing the tools in storage containers that were already on the property. Francis Duzenack requested information on the engineering of the storage containers. Gary Lyon moved to forward a favorable recommendation for this Conditional Use Permit. Frankie Sacco seconded and the motion carried.
VIII. CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT – BUSINESS
THE SILVER AND GIFT SHOP
BILL BRADSHAW, OWNER
As no one was present to represent this item, Penny Sampinos moved to table the application. Alfred Richens seconded and the motion carried.
IX. CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT – CHANGE OF USE
RELOCATING BECKY’S BREW COFFEE SHOP
MAX G. JONES, OWNER
Becky’s Brews coffee shop is relocating into a building that used to be Star Loans. A building inspection has been done, they have their food handler permits, and are doing a copy change on the existing sign. Larry Bruno moved to forward a favorable recommendation for this Conditional Use Permit. Penny Sampinos seconded and the motion carried.
X. CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT – CHANGE OF USE
STEVE’S WESTERN TRANSMISSION, DISCONTINUING CAR SALES
STEVE BALLARD, OWNER
Mr. Ballard has decided to no longer sell cars and do strictly car repair from this location. There were several questions from the Commission concerning the tires, cars and other items being stored on the property. Mr. Ballard explained the consignment cars will go back to their owners, some cars will be stored at another location and the lot will be cleaned up. He also explained there could be anywhere from 7 to 15 cars on the lot at any time awaiting repair or parts.
(STEVE’S WESTERN TRANSMISSION, CONTINUED)
Larry Bruno moved to forward a favorable recommendation for this change of use with the following contingencies: The lot be cleaned up by June 14, there are no more than 15 cars on the lot at one time awaiting parts or repair, and cars being used for parts will be stored elsewhere. Gary Lyon seconded and the motion carried.
Francis Duzenack told the Commission he had been approached by Robert Miller concerning the property he would like to subdivide. Mr. Miller still wishes to subdivide the property but does not want to do street improvement. The Commission stated if he is unwilling to do improvements they will not review his application.
Francis also reiterated the Commission’s wish to keep the meetings on Mondays.
Jerry Carlson would like to move his Snow Shack to the parking lot next the Two Brother’s Communication store. He had filled out an application but it got turned into the wrong department and never made it to the Planning and Zoning. He requested a preliminary head nod approval so he can move the Snow Shack and turn in a new application to be ratified at the May 10 Commission meeting. The Commission decided they would approve the relocation on a temporary basis to see how it will affect traffic in the area.
There were several complaints
concerning weeds and other eye sores.
One was a complaint of weeds on Robert Miller’s property. One was a complaint of the garbage and
several travel trailers at the Monier property on
There was a statement made that
the Commission felt uninformed on the subject of the Marie Blanton cattery at
There was no further business and Alfred Richens moved to adjourn. The meeting adjourned at .
John B. Angotti, Chairman Molly Penovich, Secretary