Alfred Richens, Jeanne
McEvoy, Frankie Sacco, Ed
Official: Francis Duzenack
Assistant: Laurie Tryon
EXCUSED ABSENCE: Gary Lyon
OTHERS PRESENT: Tom McCreary-AJB Property Management, Mike Metzger-Realtor, Judy Saccomanno and Cori Callahan-SEU Eye Clinic, Victor Garrett-Horizon Labs,
Joey Ward and Paul Simmons-Extreme Automotive, Mike Siaperas
and Bruce Ashworth-Med USA, Nick Tatton-Price City, Brad Nielsen-Cold Stone Creamery
IPLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
led the Pledge of Allegiance.
The above members were in
attendance and a quorum present.
IIIMINUTES OF NOVEMBER 21, 2005
A favorable motion to approve the
minutes of November 21st, 2005
as amended was made by Ed Shook. Jeanne McEvoy
seconded the motion. Motion Carried.
McCreary presented this request. AJB Properties would like a second dwelling added
on this property. The property falls into the Duplex category.Chapter 17 of the Land Use Development Code
Book allows for a second dwelling on a lot with the approval from P & Z
Commission and City Council. The property then must be owned by the same person
and cannot be split at any time in the future. If the property is sold it must
be sold to one owner only as a package deal. Staff recommends this addition as
all setbacks have been met and items of concern have been dealt with. A
favorable motion for a Conditional Use Permit Second Dwelling Addition Final
was made by Alfred Richens. Penny Sampinos seconded
USE PERMIT-PARKING LOT-FINAL
E. 100 N. SOUTHEASTERN UTAH EYE CLINIC-JUDY SACCOMANNO, O.D. AND
CORI CALLAHAN, O.D.
Judy Saccomanno and Cori
Callahan presented this request. They are partners in the Southeastern Eye
Clinic on 100 N. There is currently a house next to the clinic that is
uninhabitable. They would like to tearthe home down and create a parking lot
next to their clinic. The current parking is along the city street and is very
busy and difficult for seniors and handicap clients. This new parking addition
would accommodate additional off street parking. Access will have a front and
back driveway and joins the existing back parking lot. Staff recommends this
parking lot project as a needed improvement to the City and the area. A favorable
motion for a Conditional Use Permit Final was made by Penny
Sampinos. Ed Shook seconded the motion. Motion Carried.
USE PERMIT- BUSINESS AND SIGN FINAL
EAST MAIN STREET-COLD STONE CREAMERY-RICHARD HACKWELL
Brad Nielson, Director of Operations for Cold Stone Creamery presented
this request. This business is a national brand Ice Cream Store with 14 other
locations within Utah. Richard Hackwell will run the store. Staff
has checked into the signs and both are acceptable as they will be placed on
the front and on the side of the building. A favorable motion for a Conditional
Use Permit Business and Sign Final was made by Ed Shook. Frankie Sacco seconded the motion.
USE PERMIT-BUSINESS SEPARATION-FINAL
Joey Ward presented this request.
Extreme Paint and Body will be separated between Joey Ward and Paul Simmons.
This business is currently in Zupons’ old building
and is running as one single owner business. The business will now be separated
by a doorway and different owners but will work together in the same building.
It will change Paul Simmons Conditional Use Permit, but no amendment will be necessary-as
Paul has approval to be in the building. A favorable motion for a Conditional
Use Permit Business Separation Final was made byPenny Sampinos.Jeanne
seconded the motion. Motion Carried.
VIIICONDITIONAL USE PERMIT-BUSINESS AND SIGN-FINAL
57 NORTH CARBON AVE-MED USA-MIKE SIAPERAS, CEO
presented this request. Mr. Siaperas is expanding his
Price business from main street to 57
N. Carbon Avenue. There is parking on one side of the
building which has access to 44 stalls. Mr. Siaperas
will also have an arrangement with Price Trading Company located next door for
additional parking if necessary. There is driveway access at 1st
North but it is closed with a chain to keep people from cutting across the
parking lot. The access will be available to emergency vehicles but remain
closed. The existing illuminated sign is 42’ across the front of the building
and will remain the same just requiring a name change. Staff recommends this business there is
sufficient parking and just a copy change for the existing sign. Med USA
will hire approximately 10 more employees by the end of December. Employees
will be encouraged to park in the parking lot and not on the street. There is
also parking located across Carbon Avenue
that is owned by PriceCity
if necessary. There are two different shifts at Med USA and no more than 25
people will be using the 44 lots available at one given time. The only reason
for street parking would be for customers of surrounding businesses and
delivery trucks. A favorable motion for a Conditional Use Permit Final was made
by Alfred Richens. Frankie Sacco seconded the
motion. Motion Carried.
presented this request. Nanette Alberts would like to
add a spa and exercise business into the old Discovery space in the CreekviewShopping Center.
The plans have enough space in the building and excess bathrooms than required
from previous tenant. CreekviewShopping Center owners require all
businesses to have uniform signs using letters only. The shape and size of the
letters chosen are adequate. Staff recommends a fire and building inspection be
done on the space as needed during remodeling. If there is to be a salon, all
cosmetologists need to be licensed. Copies of all licenses required by the
Health Department and State of Utah
will be given to the Building Department to keep on record. A favorable motion
for a Conditional Use Permit Final Contingent upon Fire and Building
Inspections and proof of all licensing certificates was made by Alfred Richens.
Penny Sampinos seconded the motion. Motion
XCONDITIONAL USE PERMIT-BUSINESS AND
65 N. 300 E.-HORIZON LABORATORIES
INC. 2- VICTOR JARRETT, PRES.
Victor Jarrett presented this
request. This will be a water analytical facility for Price and surrounding
areas. There is a tank in the back of the building which is argon, used to cool
a plasma flame and a ICP. ICP nebulizes
whatever you test and an argon is used to keep area
around flame at a safe temperature. Its basically a refrigerant.
There is a warning sign on the tank that says, “causes
rapid suffocation”. Suffocation would only occur if you were in complete
closure without any oxygen. The release valves do make a noise that sounds like
a train if the tank is not being used enough. Praxair said when its used it will stop whistling. There will be a chain link enclosure
placed around and over the tank. The non-flammable tank will be neutralized in
the afternoon to cool it down, the tank releases in very cold weather. Because
the box is hanging over onto the property line, Frankie Sacco
recommends the box be removed to exclude liability falling onto the other
property. Praxair would then go onto Mr. Jarrett’s property instead of
adjoining property owners to maintain the tank. This facility is 700 miles from
the next testing station and will test water and gases. Primary customer will
be mines and will employ initially 4 certified employees. Due to the auditing
of test labs, employees must at least have some chemistry background or
education. There is currently a Chemist and a Biologist on staff.The samples are atomized after the tests are
run and no longer needed. Mr. Jarrett is in constant contact with PRWID for
disposal of chemicals. PRWID said a sampling manhole was not necessary. Chemicalsare stored
in fire safe containers and as things are set up to do testing the Fire
Marshall will be invited to do a safety inspection. Horizon will never have
more than 4 gallons of chemical on site at any one time. Chemicals are not kept
for a long amount of time so they buy chemicals fresh and use them as soon as
possible. No volatile materials will be on site and will not contaminate neighborhood
if there is an accident. Fire extinguishers are available in the facility.
Every year the insurance company requires a safety certificate for
extinguishers. Odors do not come off of chemicals, the
only thing that is exhausted is heat. Staff recommends this testing facility
and signs. There is adequate parking for now. A second shift would be started before
they needed more parking. Video surveillance is there now. A fire alarm is
recommended by the commission. Windows are all one paned to make them more
tamper resistant which provides limited access into building. Another
suggestion from the commission is adding bars on the basement building windows.
All equipment is serial numbered and no cash will be available for theft. Metal
bolts are on the front and back doors. Owner visits lab at least once in the
middle of the night. A favorable motion for a Conditional Use Permit Business
and Sign Final was made by Alfred Richens. Frankie Sacco
seconded the motion.
XIINFORMATION-NICK TATTON-GENERAL PLAN
Nick Tatton gave the Commission an update on the Price City General Plan and asked
for their continued support to adopt the changes. There were a few land
development changes but most changes were merely updates on goals. P & Z
needs to give an approval on the changes to the City Council for resolution.
hasrequested to have the City Council and P&Z Commission work together
to create a plan of action and an ordinance for sexually oriented businesses. PriceCity needs to have a set of standards and
regulations for this type of business to co-exist in PriceCity. This type of ordinance and preparation will
assist the Commission in handling issues that come before the panel of this
nature. This will obviously take meetings and discussions between the City
Attorney and governing officials. This needs to be done before the Commission
is approached on other such businesses. A possible contract between PriceCity and business owners with regulations on
signs and advertising may be necessary. Francis will check with Price City
Attorney, Nick Sampinos regarding the a possible drafting process
and a possible back issue that may have already been started. The City Recorder
will be contacted to relay this request to the City Council as Jeanne McEvoy was not present for the staff items.
There were no further items on the
agenda and Alfred Richens moved to adjourn. The meeting