Minutes Price City Planning and Zoning
Price City Hall 6:00 P.M.
June 21, 1999
Due to the absence of Chairman John Angotti and Vice-Chairman Larry Bruno, Joe Piccolo made a motion to have Gary Lyon serve as Chairman Pro-Tem during this meeting. Alfred Richens seconded and the motion carried.
I. MINUTES OF JUNE 7, 1999
Alfred Richens indicated a typographical error in the minutes on Page 3, Item VII, Paragraph 3, Line 3. This line should read: ".0126 acres of land bordering the north property boundary known as Elkridge Subdivision - 330 West 800 South." Joe Piccolo also indicated an error on Page 3, Item VII, Paragraph 1, Line 5. This line should read: "The portion requested is a part of the original plan for a park or "common areas" in the subdivision." There were no further changes and Penny Sampinos made a motion to approve the minutes of June 7, 1999 as corrected. Joe Piccolo seconded and the motion carried.
II. HOME OCCUPIED BUSINESS
- BABY "N" ME
- JOELLE SHERMAN
- 855 NORTH BLARNEY CIRCLE
- BABY SUPPLIES
Ms. Sherman appeared before the Commission and explained the nature of her business. She would like to be a distributor for her baby supplies and showed samples and information concerning her products. She hopes to have home parties and does not plan to have a sign. Francis Duzenack indicated that inventory is not allowed in a Home Occupied Business, however, it is possible to have on hand some items for use as samples. There were no concerns and Alfred Richens moved to forward a favorable recommendation to Price City Council for the Home Occupied Business - Baby "N" Me. Penny Sampinos seconded and the motion carried.
III. CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT - BUSINESS AND SIGN
- BLACK CAT FIREWORKS
- 74 NORTH 100 WEST
- GERALD LLOYD
Mr. Lloyd told the Commission he would like to sell Black Cat Fireworks out of the building at 74 North 100 West, owned by Pat Hillas. He has had previous experience with fireworks and is aware of all the rules and regulations. The business is actually owned by Flying Phoenix and is based in Wyoming. The owner has obtained the Federal Importers License and the State Importers License, but has consigned local Black Cat Fireworks sales to Mr. Lloyd. Mr. Richens asked where the signs would be displayed. Mr. Lloyd indicated the vinyl signs would be above the overhead door and in the window. These fireworks will only be sold June 30, July 1,2 & 3 and 5, and July 24, 1999. Francis Duzenack indicated he had no concerns. The Price City Fire Chief also feels there are no concerns and will get in touch with Mr. Lloyd to issue whatever permits are necessary. There were no further questions and Penny Sampinos moved to forward a favorable recommendation to Price City Council for the Conditional Use Permit - Business and Sign for Black Cat Fireworks. Joe Piccolo seconded and the motion carried.
IV. CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT - BUSINESS AND SIGN
- SECURITY FINANCE
- 253 EAST MAIN
- JONI BINKERSTAFF - SUPERVISOR
Ms. Binkerstaff was unable to attend and Felix Rodriquez, Branch Supervisor, made the presentation. Mr. Rodriquez indicated Security Finance has six other offices within the State - West Valley, Midvale, Orem, Ogden, Logan and St. George, with an office planned for Cedar City. Security Finance is a small loan company with Class B Loans from $100 - $900.00. They do not handle check loans or car title loans. Their sign will be a facia sign mounted on the building above the large front glass window. The employee parking is around the back with three dedicated parking spaces in front. Staff indicated there were no concerns. The sign meets the Price City Land Use Management and Development Code and they are registered as a Utah Corporation. Alfred Richens moved to forward a favorable recommendation to Price City Council for the Conditional Use Permit - Business & Sign for Security Finance. Laurel Marinos seconded and the motion carried.
A) CASTLE COUNTRY BAPTIST CHURCH INFORMATION ONLY
The Castle Country Baptist Church is currently in the process of purchasing the vacant 7-11 store on South Highway 55 and they plan to convert the building to a church. Francis Duzenack referred the Commission to the presented drawings which show a before and after plan of the building. The first page shows what they are planning to do while the second page shows the existing building. They will remove the three offices in the center as well as the one towards the front of the building. This will become the chapel seating area. The remaining offices will stay the same. There will be minor alterations to accommodate exiting from the building. There is a handicapped ramp and rails will be installed. The parking lot will accommodate 28 or 29 spaces and more spaces can be marked off on 300 South and on Main Street as well. They plan to make a formal presentation at the next meeting, but would like a head-nod, so they can proceed with their plans. After some discussion on the matter, the Commission felt they would be in support of this project.
There was no further business and the meeting adjourned at 6:30 P.M.