PRICE CITY PLANNING AND ZONING
MINUTES OF OCTOBER 25, 2004
PRICE CITY HALL 6:00 PM
PRESENT: John B. Angotti, Chairman Larry Bruno, Vice-Chairman Frankie Sacco
Francis Duzenack, Zoning Administrator Jeanne McEvoy, Council Gary Lyon
Molly Penovich, Secretary
EXCUSED: Penny Sampinos Alfred Richens
ALSO PRESENT: Leslie Tolley Boyd Anderson
I PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
The Pledge of Allegiance was led by Chairman John B. Angotti.
II ROLL CALL
The above members were in attendance and a quorum present.
III MINUTES OF OCTOBER 12, 2004
There were no changes or corrections and Gary Lyon moved to approve the minutes of the October 12, 2004 Planning and Zoning, as written. Jeanne McEvoy seconded. Motion carried.
IV CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT - A FRAME SIGNS - NOTRE DAME CHRISTMAS BAZAAR - NADINE MORRIS, CONTACT PERSON
In the absence of a representative, Francis Duzenack explained there will be three signs placed in various locations. They will be up only for a week and he has informed Ms. Morris about limitations on placing the signs in the parkway. There were no concerns and Larry Bruno moved to forward a favorable recommendation to Price City Council for this Conditional Use Permit. Gary Lyon seconded and the motion carried.
V CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT - DAYCARE - TOLLEY'S TODDLERS
241 NORTH CARBON AVENUE - LESLIE TOLLEY, OWNER
Last Year, Ms. Tolley was given a temporary use permit for one year to see if the daycare worked for the neighborhood. There have been no formal complaints from anyone in the neighborhood and Ms. Tolley stated she thought the daycare was going very well. She said the children are outside from 10:00 AM to 11:15 daily and all other activities are done inside. There were no other questions or concerns and Larry Bruno moved to forward a favorable recommendation for a permanent and unrestricted Conditional Use Permit for Tolley's Toddlers. Frankie Sacco seconded and the motion carried.
VI CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT - NEW BUILDING - CASTLE VALLEY LANDSCAPE
800 NORTH 1400 EAST - BOYD ANDERSON, OWNER - FINAL
Mr. Anderson explained his intention to put a permanent roof over two temporary storage containers in order to form a building. He plans to gravel the driveway to the building until the Phase II building is complete at which time he will hard surface. There will be no utilities to this building and the storm water drains to a wash at the rear of the property which then flows into Meads Wash. Francis Duzenack stated more information concerning the structure's ability to support a roof would be needed before a building permit can be issued and that a Development Agreement will need to be completed with Gary Sonntag.
(BOYD ANDERSON NEW BUILDING, CONTINUED)
Gary Lyon moved to forward a favorable recommendation for this Conditional Use Permit, contingent upon a Development Agreement being completed and with hard surfacing to be completed within two years. Larry Bruno seconded. Motion carried.
VII CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT - AVIARY/PET STORE - 37 EAST MAIN
EDDIE HORVATH, OWNER
Mr. Horvath was not in attendance and Francis Duzenack explained that the exhaust system was not properly installed and Mr. Horvath is waiting for the contractor to return and complete the system. There was some discussion on the subject and Gary Lyon moved to table the item. Jeanne McEvoy seconded and the motion carried.
v PROGRESS REPORT - JACK LEAUTAUD
Francis reported that Jack Leautaud's paving was supposed to be completed by the end of this month but he will be requesting an extension due to another building being planned on the lot. Mr. Leautaud and the future tenant are currently working on a site plan to submit to the Commission and should have them submitted by the November 22 Planning and Zoning Meeting.
v NORTH LOOP ROAD ANNEXATION
Francis told the Commission of Price City's plan to annex a 40 acre parcel currently owned by Utah Trust Lands. The property is above Florence Subdivision and the plan is to extend Cedar Hills Drive to Homestead Boulevard to create North Loop Road.
v INFORMATION ON SKIN INK
It was stated that Skin Ink would like to change their original CUP to add piercing. Their original application specifically stated no piercing would be done at the store. The application will be on the Agenda for November 8.
v UPDATED TEMPORARY USE PERMIT LIST
An updated copy of the Temporary Use Permit list was presented. Several of the names were removed because they are no longer in business or have relocated, one was made into a permanent CUP, and an update was given on the Car Care Center permit. It was explained Joe Piccolo plans to complete the paving behind the muffler shop this year. The completion depends on the weather and the contractor schedule. If it cannot be completed this year, he will return with a request to extend the time until Spring.
v Other topics were discussed such as Sutherland's moving into the old Wal Mart building and the Carbon County ambulance garage looking at other properties at which to locate.
There was no further business and Gary Lyon moved to adjourn. The meeting ended at 6:52PM.
John B. Angotti, Chairman Molly Penovich, Secretary