MINUTES OF SEPTEMBER 10, 2007
Larry Bruno Nick Tatton, Community Director
EXCUSED: Commissioner Richens, Commissioner Nielson
OTHERS PRESENT: Tracy Udink, Garry Farrell, Kathy Hanna-Smith, George and Pat O’Neil, Brian Hansen and Jim Shorts
Commissioner Sampinos is
retiring from the Planning and Zoning Commission after many years of service
and dedication to
I PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
Chairman Larry Bruno led the Pledge of Allegiance
II ROLL CALL
III MINUTES OF AUGUST 20, 2007
A favorable motion to approve the minutes of August 20, 2007 as read was made by Commissioner Shook. Commissioner Sampinos seconded the motion. Motion carried.
IV HOME OCCUPIED PERMIT- BUSINESS- FINAL
451 N. 130 W. - HANSEN WINDOW CLEANING-BRIAN HANSEN, OWNER
request for a Home Occupied Business (HOB) Office Use Only was presented by
Brian Hansen for a business called Hansen Window Washing. Mr. Hansen currently
resides in the
MOTION. Commissioner Lyon moved for final approval for a Home Occupied Office Use Only permit. Motion seconded by Commissioner Sampinos and carried.
V HOME OCCUPIED PERMIT-BUSINESS AND SIGN-FINAL
1120 N. 200 E. - LIL’ RASCALS DAYCARE- AMANDA SWANN, OWNER
The Home Occupied Use Permit for Lil’ Rascals Daycare cannot be approved by Price City subject to information received regarding a Homeowners Association contract for the area of 1120 N. 200 E. MOTION. Commissioner Shook moved to deny approval for the Home Occupied permit. Motion seconded by Commissioner Lyon and carried.
VI HOME OCCUPIED PERMIT- BUSINESS-FINAL
839 N. PINEWOOD CIRCLE- BENT ON PERFECTION-GEORGE O’NEIL, OWNER
Please find attached an application for a Home Occupied Business (HOB) office use only from George P. O’Neil. Mr. O’Neil will be operating a mobile welding business for rod iron, decorative iron all away from the home- welders and tools will be taken on site to the job site. Mr. O’Neil stated that the trailer will be parked on side of the house off of the street, that no sign will be on the property and that all material will be stored on the trailer. There will only be one job done at a time. The home occupation is available by Conditional Use Permit (CUP) under Section 10.3.4 of the Price City Land Use Management and Development Code. Limitations regarding the HOB are indicated in Section 1.13.90 of the Price City Land Use Management and Development Code. Within his application for the HOB CUP Mr. O’Neil indicates the use of a truck and trailer for the business (office use only in the home). Staff recommended approval of the HOB permit with the following requirements:
MOTION. Commissioner Shook moved to approve the Home Occupied Business Permit for Bent on Perfection. Motion seconded by Commissioner Sampinos and carried.
VII CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT- STORAGE/GARAGE-CONCEPT AND PRELIMINARY
447 EAST 100 SOUTH- AUTOMOBILE STORAGE-JIM SHORTS, REALTOR
Jim Shorts requested a Conditional Use Permit for concept and preliminary approval for the development and construction of an automobile storage garage located at 447 East 100 South. It is currently an empty lot needed for a steel storage building. No traffic will be generated as the owner of the property is only there approximately 3 times per week. The location is within the CD zoning district. The requested land use is available under Section 12.3 and referencing Section 126.96.36.199.8 and 11.5.5 of the Price City Land Use Management and Development Code. The project indicates a west boundary setback of 2’, rear setback of 25’ and east side setback of 10’. The setbacks can be approved under Section 11.5.5 of the code. The setback plan has been reviewed by the Price City Fire Chief; he is in concurrence with the plan at the setbacks indicated. To further access it is recommended that Mr. Shorts acquire an access easement from the property owner on the east side to further increase emergency access. It is recommended that Mr. Shorts contact the Price City Building Department for any information regarding building requirements. Staff recommended approval for the project as presented, contingent upon payment of the required CUP fee by Mr. Shorts. Prior to consideration of final approval, Mr. Shorts should complete the following items/requirements:
· Indicate any fencing surrounding development or property in accordance with the provisions of chapter 17 of the Code, recommended 6’ sight obscuring fence on west property boundary and north property boundary, to be included on final site plan;
· Indicate hard surfacing of driveway and approach to building crossing lot on final site plan;
· Indicate required (5%) landscaping on final site plan;
· Complete environmental comments consistent with Section 188.8.131.52.1 of the Code;
· Complete a storm water management plan and receive concurrence from the Price City Engineer;
· Complete a qualified soil study for the development site;
· Contact PRWID regarding any requirements for grease interceptors or monitoring manholes;
MOTION. Councilmember Lyon moved to approve the Conditional Use Permit for concept and preliminary. Councilmember Shook seconded the motion and carried.
USE PERMIT-SHERIFF INTAKE BUILDING-REVIEW AND POSSIBLE FINAL APPROX. 150 N. 100 W.-
Dave Levanger was not in attendance. MOTION. Commissioner Lyon moved to table item VIII. Motion seconded by Commission Shook and carried.
IX CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT-REVIEW
condition of the property at
X UNFINISHED BUSINESS
a. Building Inspection walk through and recommendations by 9-1-07
b. All plat revisions, public right-of-way dedications, improvement design completed by
c. Completion of development agreement requirements by 7-1-08
d. Completion of off street parking requirements by 7-1-09
2. Tom Richardson – Single Wide Trailer
The Commission reviewed and discussed the unfinished business items and expected completion dates.
1. a. - A building
inspection was not completed by the 9/1/07 date as the Price City Building
Inspector was unable to schedule an inspection with Roberta Hardy.
Commissioner Lyon motioned to adjourn. The meeting adjourned at 6:41 p.m.
APPROVED______________________________ Larry Bruno, Chairman
ATTEST_________________________________ Laurie Tryon, City Recorder