Minutes Price City Planning and Zoning
July 26, 1999
Price City Hall 6:00 P.M.
|Excused:||Gary Lyon, Alfred Richens|
I. MINUTES OF JULY 12, 1999
There were no corrections or changes and Larry Bruno made a motion to approve the minutes of July 12, 1999 as read. Laurel Marinos seconded and the motion carried.
II. HOME OCCUPIED BUSINESS
- C & G CRAFTS
- 150 WEST 500 SOUTH
- GENE HOUSE
- WOOD CRAFTS ASSEMBLY AND OFFICE USE
Mr. House explained to Commission Members that he does not store wood products or maintain an inventory. He does have more material and supplies around in preparation for a craft fair, but generally only makes items as requested by individuals. There were no concerns or questions and Penny Sampinos moved to forward a favorable recommendation to Price City Council for the Home Occupied Business of C & G Crafts. Larry Bruno seconded and the motion carried.
III. HOME OCCUPIED BUSINESS
- NOYES TRUCKING, INC.
- 156 SOUTH 200 EAST
- BARBARA DAVIS
Ms. Davis appeared before the Commission to explain that this business is already licensed by Carbon County and they are planning to use their home in Price as an office only. All trucks are operating and are parked in the County when they are not working. No sign will be used. There were no concerns and Larry Bruno moved to forward a favorable recommendation to Price City Council for the Home Occupied Business - Office Use Only for Noyes Trucking, Inc. Penny Sampinos seconded and the motion carried.
IV. CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT - BUSINESS AND SIGN
- MAMA LIA'S PIZZA
- 264 SOUTH CARBON AVENUE
- EDDIE GOERGEN, OWNER
- PIZZA DELIVERY AND TAKE OUT
Mr. Goergen appeared before the Commission to explain his pizza delivery and take out business. It is located at 264 South Carbon Avenue and is in a CD Zone. They would like to open on September 1, 1999 and will have six people employed, two in the kitchen and four drivers. All employees will have food handler permits. Larry Bruno asked if parking would be a problem at this location, but Mr. Goergen indicated there is adequate parking in the back and they will operate with only four delivery drivers at a time. The building has previously been brought up to meet the Building Code. They will use the same sign presently attached to the building and it meets all requirements.
Francis Duzenack mentioned that he had spoken with Mr. Goergen concerning the paving of the parking lot and he would like to request additional time to complete the paving in order to get his business up and running. Mr. Goergen indicated that the business behind his building, A Touch of Appearance, drains the water from their car detailing business onto the graveled area of the parking lot. Joe Piccolo asked if Mr. Goergen was the owner of the property. Mr. Goergen indicated he was leasing the building for a year, with an option to buy the entire property. He was asked if he had contacted PRWID and indicated he had met with them and they have required him to change the sewer line to a 6" line. Mr. Piccolo asked if PRWID had written a letter to the Price City Building Department stating any stipulations. Francis Duzenack indicated he had not yet received any material from PRWID. Joe Piccolo expressed his concern regarding the sampling manhole at the end of the line. Mr. Goergen indicated PRWID gave him a year in which to install the manhole. Mr. Piccolo suggested that installing the manhole at the time the sewer line is replaced would be much more advantageous and less expensive. Discussion was held on this matter and the Commission agreed that the sampling manhole should be installed when the sewer line is replaced. Chairman Angotti asked Mr. Goergen if he would be able to do both the sewer and manhole at the same time. Mr. Goergen said he could do it if PRWID would give him a little more time. He will work with them on both the sampling manhole and the sewer line, as any work being done two feet out of the building is their responsibility. Joe Piccolo asked if there was an ordinance in place pertaining to sampling manholes. Francis Duzenack explained that Price City has some guidelines in place to support PRWID's requirements and that PRWID is requesting sampling manholes on all commercial buildings, regardless of the occupancy, and grease traps where needed.
Discussion was then held on the matter of a Temporary Conditional Use Permit for the paving of the parking lot. Francis Duzenack explained that a Temporary Conditional Use Permit has a maximum two year limit for any temporary approvals. Joe Piccolo indicated he did not feel there was a way to enforce paving by a renter, however, Mr. Duzenack told the Commission that the paving is a part of the Conditional Use Permit regardless of who owns the building. Following review of this matter, the Commission decided to grant Mr. Goergen a two year Temporary Conditional Use Permit for paving of the parking lot.
In conclusion, Laurel Marinos moved to forward favorable recommendation to the Price City Council for a Conditional Use Permit - Business and Sign for Mama Lia's Pizza, contingent upon replacement of the sewer line and installation of a sampling manhole prior to the opening of the business. In addition, a Temporary Conditional Use Permit will be issued for the period of two years to allow for the paving of the Mama Lia's Pizza parking lot. Penny Sampinos seconded and the motion carried.
V. BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT REQUEST
- DENNIS OAKLEY
- 1521 EASTWOOD CIRCLE
- REQUEST TO CONSTRUCT 6 FOOT TALL CEDAR
- FENCE WITHIN THE FRONT YARD SETBACK
Mr. Oakley approached the Commission concerning his variance request. He would like to relocate a 6 foot cedar fence 10 feet from the west end property line. The west end property line requires a 30 foot setback distance. This situation restricts his usable back yard space to approximately 1800 square feet and provides him with no privacy. In addition, he has an unusable side yard as well. He feels an error in the initial placement of the fence has resulted in a loss of property and the odd shape of the corner lot restricts his back yard size. He states that other lots in the same zoning district have fences within the 30 foot setback and would like the Commission to grant his request. There were no questions or concerns and Larry Bruno made a favorable recommendation to send this request to the Board of Adjustment for their review and consideration of the matter. Penny Sampinos seconded and the motion carried.
VI. CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT
- PECZUH PRINTING
- REQUEST FOR CONCEPT-PRELIMINARY & FINAL APPROVAL
- FOR EXPANSION OF THIS BUSINESS
Frank Peczuh presented final site plans of his proposed business expansion and answered all concerns and questions. Larry Bruno asked if there were additional street lights planned. Mr. Peczuh indicated there is a street light right in front of the business and one across the street opposite the corner, but that is all. He does, however, provide exterior lighting at night for security because they often have people working at night. There is an existing soils report and Mr. Peczuh feels all PRWID requirements have been met. He has met with the Price City Chief of Police and Fire Chief. The Fire Chief has recommended a sprinklered building, however, Mr. Peczuh indicated printing equipment does not do well with water and very few printing plants have sprinklers. They have elected to handle the problem by building a fire wall between the two existing buildings. Mr. Duzenack indicated there are methods that can be used to separate the building and reduce the square footage to compartments, however, a sprinklered building may be required by the Building Code, so this matter will come under scrutiny when the plans are reviewed.
As of yet, a final set of building plans has not been seen. Mr. Peczuh indicated the architect has been slow at making those plans available, however the final site plan is ready for approval. They would like to get started on the site work and have set a completion date of November 15, 1999. There is a lot of excavation on the north side in order to get the site brought down to allow the building to have one floor level all the way through. Francis Duzenack indicated he had no questions or concerns on the site plan. He has spoken with Questar Gas and is still awaiting a call from Utah Power & Light concerning the clearance of a power line, however, now that the building will be moved 18 feet over, he feels there will be no problem there. Larry Bruno would like more review on adequate street lighting in and around that area. There were no further concerns and Joe Piccolo moved to forward a favorable recommendation to Price City Council for the Conditional Use Permit - Peczuh Printing Addition - Concept - Preliminary & Final Approval - Final Site Plan Only, contingent upon review of the question of adequate street lighting. Larry Bruno seconded and the motion carried.
Nothing to report at this time.
There was no further business at this time and the meeting adjourned at 7:00 P.M.