PRESENT: John B. Angotti, Chairman Larry Bruno, Vice-Chairman
Frankie Sacco Larry Bruno Penny Sampinos Alfred Richens
Jeanne McEvoy, Council Francis Duzenack, Zoning Administrator
Molly Penovich, Secretary
ALSO PRESENT: Travis Ludlow Stephen
Rick Carlton Cheryl Searle J. Schelin Delynn Childs
M. Scott Henrie Sam Neumeier Richard Hackwell Terry Marshall
Brian Hurst Jason Vanover
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
Chairman Angotti pointed out
that Larry Bruno was not listed as Chairman Pro- Tem for the
IV HOME OCCUPIED BUSINESS – HAIR SALON
Ms. Childs stated there is enough parking at the home to allow two vehicles in the driveway and two on the street. However, she would only have one client at a time. She had 19 neighborhood signatures in favor of the business. There were no concerns and Larry Bruno moved to forward a favorable recommendation to Price City Council for this Home Occupied Business. Jeannie McEvoy seconded and the motion carried.
V HOME OCCUPIED BUSINESS – OFFICE USE ONLY
BRIAN AND MYKEN HURST, OWNERS
Mr. Hurst explained the merchandise will be drop shipped from the distributor so no traffic will be generated around the home. He stated they do not plan to advertise or have a sign for the business. Penny Sampinos moved to forward a favorable recommendation for this Home Occupied internet Business. Alfred Richens seconded and the motion carried.
VI HOME OCCUPIED BUSINESS – OFFICE USE ONLY
PRICE CUTTERS TREE TRIMMING– 387 NORTH 700 EAST
JASON VANOVER, OWNER
Mr. Vanover stated he will have two employees but they will not park their personal vehicles at his home. There was a question concerning the equipment he would be using. Mr. Vanover explained he will be using a truck and utility trailer but is not planning on getting a bucket truck or chipper as he would like to keep the business on a smaller scale than commercial tree trimmers.
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He also explained he will purchase liability insurance before beginning the business. Gary Lyon moved to forward a favorable recommendation for this business. Penny Sampinos seconded and the motion carried.
VII CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT – UNCLE SAM’S TV
SAM NEUMEIER, OWNER
Mr. Neumeier stated he will be doing repairs on all types of electronics from the BTAC Building. He will not be using any toxic chemicals or otherwise harmful materials. Alfred Richens moved to forward a favorable recommendation to Price City Council for this business. Larry Bruno seconded and the motion carried.
VIII CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT – SIGN
FARM BUREAU INSURANCE – 475 EAST
RICHARD AND JONI HACKWELL, OWNERS
Mr. Hackwell told the Commission
his plan to turn the existing monument sign 180°
so it is perpendicular with
IX CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT – PRELIMINARY AND FINAL
ADULT PROBATION AND PAROLE -
Chairman Angotti asked what the
opinion of the
moved to forward a favorable recommendation for this Conditional Use Permit, contingent upon receiving
approval from PRWID and
X CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT – AUTO SHIELDS
140 EAST 100 SOUTH – TERRY MARSHALL, OWNER
Mr. Marshall explained he and his son will be doing auto repairs, restoration and detailing. No painting will be done on site and will be contracted out to local paint and body shops. As there will be some storage of used oil, anti-freeze, etc, an inspection and approval from PRWID are needed. A building inspection has already been done. Gary Lyon moved to forward a favorable recommendation for this business contingent upon PRWID approval. Larry Bruno seconded and the motion carried.
XI CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT – NEW BUILDING
270 WEST 100 NORTH – MICHAEL MARX, OWNER
As no one attended to represent this item, Alfred Richens made a motion to table. Gary Lyon seconded and the motion carried.
Francis gave the Commission updates on the progress of the Banasky building, Sonic Drive In, Los Amigos and the completion of the parking lot at the old Rosie’s Deli building.
Some of the Commission members voiced concern over the landscaping for the parking lot across 100 South from Zions Bank. Their plan originally stated they would plant trees and bushes and they have landscaped using only rock/gravel. Francis explained the have no water to the property.
There was also concern of “bottlenecking” of traffic on 100 North near the Snowie shack.
There was no further business and Alfred Richens moved to adjourn. The meeting came to a close at .
John B. Angotti, Chairman
Molly Penovich, Secretary