Minutes Price City Planning and Zoning
July 12, 1999
Price City Hall 6:00 P.M.
I. MINUTES OF JUNE 21, 1999
There were no corrections or changes and Gary Lyon made a motion to approve the minutes of June 21, 1999 as read. Penny Sampinos seconded and the motion carried.
II. HOME OCCUPIED BUSINESS
- NEW HORIZONS
- MASSAGE THERAPY - RESIDENTIAL APPRAISER
- 810 NORTH 100 EAST
- CINDY BUTLER
Ms. Butler indicated these two businesses are separate and both are licensed by the State of Utah. She has no plans for signs for either business. Ms. Butler has been in business previously but has recently relocated. There were no concerns and Larry Bruno moved to forward a favorable recommendation to Price City Council for the Home Occupied Business - New Horizons. Penny Sampinos seconded and the motion carried.
III. HOME OCCUPIED BUSINESS - OFFICE USE ONLY
- HARRISON JANITORIAL AND MAINTENANCE
- 1101 SOUTH CARBON AVENUE, #87
- LORI AND DOUG HARRISON
Lori Harrison appeared before the Commission explaining their cleaning clientele included commercial businesses only. Cleaning materials are kept on site and they have no plans for a sign. There were no concerns and Alfred Richens moved to forward a favorable recommendation to Price City Council for the Home Occupied Business - Office Use Only - for Harrison Janitorial and Maintenance. Laurel Marinos seconded and the motion carried.
IV. HOME OCCUPIED BUSINESS - OFFICE USE ONLY
- TOM'S HANDYMAN
- 705 NORTH HOMESTEAD
- HANDYMAN SERVICE
- THOMAS J. DIMICK
Mr. Dimick explained to Commission Members that, although he will soon have his Contractor's License, he would like to have a Handyman's Business License. He is working with a full time general contractor and any work that exceeds Mr. Dimick's $1000.00 limit will come under the general contractor's license. There were no questions or concerns and Alfred Richens moved to forward a favorable recommendation to the Price City Council for the Home Occupied Business - Office Use Only - for Tom's Handyman. Larry Bruno seconded and the motion carried.
V. HOME OCCUPIED BUSINESS - OFFICE USE ONLY
- FAR BETTER FLOOR SERVICE
- 705 NORTH HOMESTEAD
- FLOOR CLEANING SERVICES
- THOMAS J. DIMICK
Mr. Dimick appeared once more on behalf of the above application. He explained that he would be scrubbing and buffing composition tile floors. He has a trailer to haul his equipment to the job site. He has small amounts of non-volatile supplies on hand in order to be able to do night work. No sign is planned at this time, however, one may be installed on his trailer at a future date. There were no further concerns or questions and Penny Sampinos moved to forward a favorable recommendation to Price City Council for the Home Occupied Business - Office Use Only for Far Better Floor Service. Gary Lyon seconded and the motion carried.
VI. CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT
- CASTLE COUNTRY BAPTIST CHURCH
- 295 SOUTH HIGHWAY 55
- CHANGE MEDICAL OFFICE TO CHURCH USE
- COOPER P. ABRAMS, III
Mr. Jeff Warnix appeared before the Commission on behalf of the Castle Country Baptist Church and explained the alterations being made to the building. Francis Duzenack indicated parking would be adequate with a total of 32 spaces, 26 spaces within the lot and the remaining spaces along the highway. UDOT has no restrictions concerning parking along State Highway 55. Several minor modifications are being done to the building to bring it up to code. Landscaping is at the required 5%, but will be improved and include both sod and a sprinkler system. They would also like to install a chain link fence in the future. There were no further concerns and Larry Bruno moved to forward a favorable recommendation to Price City Council for the Conditional Use Permit for Castle Country Baptist Church - Final Approval. Gary Lyon seconded and the motion carried.
VII. STREET CLOSURE
- JEFF RICHENS
- REQUEST TO CLOSE 300 WEST STREET
Roger Hunt explained the situation concerning the closure of 300 West Street. He referred the Commission to the enclosed letter to the Price City Council and Price City Attorney stating his opposition to the closure of this street. Since this time, the Price City Attorney has come up with an equitable solution to the problem which allows Mr. Richens to have his carport and still allow access to the City Street. Mr. Hunt is asking only that they allow one car length above where they come in, so that when the gate is moved down and someone does park there, it will not block the access to their property. Francis Duzenack explained that the street would remain Price City Property because of the sewer line running through the property. The Hunt Families will have a right-of-way and an easement to use the street and Jeff Richens will be able to construct his carport. Gary Lyon asked who would relocate and install the gate and Mr. Hunt indicated that since the gate was Price City Property, they should be responsible for relocation and installation. Discussion was held on the matter of financial responsibility for the relocation and installation of the gate. Joe Piccolo indicated that although the cost of this project would likely be minimal, the Commission could recommend to Price City Council that any costs incurred by Price City be shared by the property owners. Gary Lyon then made a motion to recommend the street closure on 300 West, with the stipulation that the property owners bear the expense of relocation and installation of the gate, if the Price City Attorney deems it necessary. Penny Sampinos seconded and the motion carried. Albert Richens abstained from voting due to a conflict of interest.
VIII. CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT - PRELIMINARY AND FINAL
- PAPA MURPHY'S PIZZA
- 704 EAST MAIN
- R. L. KROMPEL
Mr. Krompel came before the Commission to request Preliminary and Final Approval for Papa Murphy's Pizza. Joe Piccolo asked Mr. Krompel if he had brought plans for the building. Mr. Duzenack indicated the building plans were in his office, however, copies were not included in the Commission materials. Mr. Richens indicated the drive-up window has been changed from the west side, but is now shown on the east side. Mr. Krompel acknowledged this change had been made. Mr. Richens asked how close the building would be to the sidewalk now that the drive-up has been changed. Mr. Krompel indicated it would be 8 feet. Joe Piccolo told Mr. Krompel that he would like to see a complete set of plans as well as renderings of the requested signs. The Commission also felt current plans should be presented. Mr. Krompel left the meeting momentarily and returned with a set of plans. He reviewed the plans with Commission Members, answering questions and clarifying any concerns. Francis Duzenack asked concerning a restriction of development done between the property owners out on the front end of this property. Joe Piccolo indicated the restriction of development was over by what is now Hogi Yogi and only involved that half of the property. It was initiated to prevent any building being done in front of or around Osco Drug. Mr. Piccolo asked concerning visibility on the west side of the signalized intersection. Price City utilizes the 40 foot setback rule to allow for visibility. Mr. Krompel indicated he had a 55 foot setback and all landscaping will be between the building and sidewalk. It will consist of lawn, shrubs and non sight-obscuring plants and will meet the 5% landscaping requirement. The signs will include a cabinet sign on the pole, a reader board sign and a facia sign on the north side of the building. There were no further questions or concerns and Joe Piccolo moved to forward a favorable recommendation to Price City Council for the Conditional Use Permit - Preliminary and Final for Papa Murphy's Pizza and the business signs as requested. Alfred Richens seconded and the motion carried.
a) Information Only
- Peczuh Printing Addition
- Frank Peczuh
Mr. Peczuh advised the Commission of his intention to add on to his business, purchasing the corner property to the east for this addition. He would like to have Concept - Preliminary and Final Approval in one meeting and begin construction this Fall. He will have the final drawings for presentation at the next meeting. There was some discussion concerning the 5% landscaping requirement by Price City. It was determined that the parkway area could be considered as landscaping because Mr. Peczuh is maintaining that area for the City. The Commission thanked Mr. Peczuh for his presentation and look forward to seeing plans for his project.
There was no further business at this time and the meeting adjourned at 7:05 P.M.