MINUTES OF SEPTEMBER 25, 2006
PRESENT: Commissioners: Nick Tatton, Community Director
EXCUSED ABSENCE: Commissioner
OTHERS PRESENT: Stephen Manzanares, Clay Holbrook, Mayor Joe Piccolo, Kathy Hanna-Smith, Toni Johnson, Brenda and George Ingram, Doug Perkins and Jim Marrs
I PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
II ROLL CALL
III MINUTES OF SEPTEMBER 11, 2006
A favorable motion to approve the minutes of September 11, 2006 as read was made by Commissioner Richens. Commissioner Shook seconded the motion. Motion Carried.
IV HOME OCCUPIED BUSINESS AND SIGN-FINAL
INGRAM TECHNOLOGIES, LLC. - 128 N. 100 W.-GEORGE INGRAM, OWNER
George Ingram presented this request to have a
business in his home. The Ingram’s are moving from
V CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT-NEW BUILDING-PRELIMINARY AND FINAL
PROFESSIONAL TITLE SERVICES- 107 SOUTH 100 EAST -CLAY AND CORNELIA HOLBROOK, OWNERS
Clay Holbrook presented this request to receive preliminary and final for his new building at 107 South 100 East. The final building plans are still being worked on but everything looks to be in order since concept was approved. The existing home on the property will soon be demolished. There will be a total of 9 parking stalls with some off street parking with 2500’ of useable space and storage. The building will accommodate one handicap parking space. There are 5 employees and Mr. Holbrook does not see a future need for additional employees. The signs will be located on the building with one on the 1st East side facing and the other facing 1st south. Sign dimensions will be reviewed with building plans. A favorable recommendation for a Conditional Use Permit Preliminary and Final was made by Commissioner Shook. Commissioner Richens seconded the motion. Motion carried
VI CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT-SUBDIVISION-CONCEPT AND PRELIMINARY
PARCEL #1-2306, CASTLE RIDGE SUBDIVISION, DOUG PERKINS, OWNER
Toni Johnson and Doug Perkins presented this request for a new subdivision called Castle Ridge. The road for this first phase is already in with a 12’ strip that still needs to be completed. Phase II will be in the Spring of 2007 with Phase III in 2008. There are 15 acres total. Phase I is the only phase being considered tonight for concept and preliminary with 9 lots. Commissioner Shook inquired about an EIS report and if they are required for subdivisions. Nick Tatton will check on the EIS requirements but feels that because this is private property it generally doesn’t qualify for an EIS. Soil compaction will be done before construction; this is just approval for subdivision and infrastructure. City standards will be verified by Gary Sonntag for the next meeting and added into final approval. This subdivision may not require a full bond and development agreement. The sale of lots may not be done until the subdivision improvements have been agreed upon. Staff recommends approval for concept and preliminary of Phase I.
A favorable recommendation for a Conditional Use Permit Concept and Preliminary was made by Commissioner Richens. Commissioner Sacco seconded the motion. Motion carried
On the September 11, 2006 Planning and Zoning meeting, a motion was made to forward the Castle Country Fencing recommendations to the City Council. Due to the item not being an official agenda item, the motion could not be officially documented and must be ratified at tonight’s, September 25, 2006 meeting. A ratification of the motion to cite Castle Country Fencing criminally and to revoke the Home Occupied Permit and Price City Business License was made by Commissioner Shook and seconded by Commissioner Richens and carried.
1. Stephen Manzanares of Castle
Country Fencing presented his plan to remedy the actions taken by the Planning
and Zoning Commission and the City Council as of September 12th,
2006. Castle Country Fencing has had the Conditional Use Permit and Business
License revoked due to the conditions of the property owned by Stephen
Manzanares. Mr. Manzanares has been
working very closely with Police Chief Aleck Shilaos the removal of the
vehicles, materials and storage from his fencing business from his yard to
another property. Due to this communication with the Police Chief, Mr.
Manzanares told the Commission he did not feel he had to respond to the notices
sent by the Planning and Zoning Commission to attend a meeting. Mr. Manzanares
has had a Home Occupied Permit and business license within
2. Storage containers and the use in a CD zone.
3. Sexually Oriented Businesses ordinance adoption into the Land Use Code Book
and Zoning Commissioners invited to the October 11th City Council
There were no further items on the agenda and Commissioner Nielson moved to adjourn. The meeting adjourned at
7: 16 P.M.