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2001 Minutes & Agendas: Minutes - January 10, 2001



PLANNING COMMISSION MINUTES OF MEETING
Wednesday, January 10, 2001, 7:00 p.m.

A quorum being present at Centerville City Hall, 250 North Main Street, Centerville, Utah, the meeting of the Centerville City Planning Commission was called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Chairman Bruce Powell.

MEMBERS PRESENT

Steven Bateman
Robert Chamberlain
Brian Hulse
Bruce Powell, Chairman
Grant Talbot
Paula Tew
Scott Vaterlaus

STAFF PRESENT

Paul Allred, Community Development Director
Kem Weaver, Intern
Kathleen Streadbeck, Recording Secretary

VISITORS

William W. Ray, Stephen M. Amoss, Renee Turner (Clipper), Sherri Lindstrom, Phil Sessions, Josh Lillywhite, Cliff Lillywhite

INVOCATION: Paula Tew

COMMISSION BUSINESS

Minutes from the Joint Planning Commission/City Council meeting held December 5, 2000 were reviewed. Robert Chamberlain made a motion to approve the minutes. The motion was seconded by Brian Hulse and passed by unanimous vote (7-0).

Minutes from the Planning Commission meeting held December 13, 2000 were reviewed and amended. Robert Chamberlain made a motion to approve the minutes as amended. The motion was seconded by Paula Tew and passed by unanimous vote (6-0).

SUBDIVISION - AMENDED PLAT - Evergreen Business Park Subdivision #2 - Lots 17 & 18 to be altered to form a new lot - B-P Zone - Taylor Communications and Waterscape LC, applicants.

Paul Allred, Community Development Director, reported the applicants are requesting the creation of a new lot in the Evergreen Business Park area. Waterscape LC would like to split Lot 17, selling the easterly building to Taylor Communications. Taylor Communications would also like to purchase about 30 feet of land on the west end of Lot 18 for a fenced storage area. This is only a reconfiguration of the two lots and would not include an expansion of either lot. Staff was comfortable with the division of the property and did not foresee any significant problem with the creation of this new lot.

Staff recommended approval of the amended plat.

Brian Hulse questioned whether this subdivision would affect the conditional use on the site. Paul Allred stated it would not since the current use is office warehouse which is a permitted use in this zone.

Chairman Powell made a motion to approve the amended plat. The motion was seconded by Brian Hulse and passed by unanimous vote (7-0).

SUBDIVISION - PRELIMINARY - Bangerter Subdivision - 2 lots on 6.4 acres located at approximately 1150 South 100 East - C-2 Zone and R-2 Zone - Steve Amoss and Wim Ray, applicants for Lot 1 and Ron Marshall, applicant for Lot 2, Jack Bangerter, owner.

Paul Allred, Community Development Director, reported there are only a few minor items to be completed. Staff is still waiting to hear from UDOT regarding the curb cut plan for the driveway entrance from Main Street and a final financial agreement is underway with Bountiful City regarding cost sharing of impact fees to tie into their storm drainage system.

Staff recommended approval of the preliminary plat subject to the completion of the above items listed in the staff report prior to City Council consideration.

Stephen Amoss, applicant stated that UDOT is aware of the project and a letter is still in the works. He also presented a letter and check to Mr. Allred for their portion of the Centerville City’s storm drain impact fees to tie into the Bountiful storm drainage system.

Chairman Powell made a motion to recommend approval of the preliminary plat as shown, with any corrections or conditions requested by staff and subject to completion of matters regarding UDOT and Bountiful City. Steven Bateman seconded the motion, which passed by unanimous vote (7-0).

SUBDIVISION - FINAL - Bangerter Subdivision - 2 lots on 6.4 acres located at approximately 1150 South 100 East - C-2 Zone and R-2 Zone - Steve Amoss and Wim Ray, applicants for Lot 1 and Ron Marshall, applicant for Lot 2, Jack Bangerter, owner.

Paul Allred, Community Development Director, reported on a few minor corrections that still need to be made. These include, adjustments to the signature blocks, accuracy of dates, legal description, owners dedication, surveyors certificate, etc. The applicant will need to remedy these matters prior to Council approval.

Staff recommended approval of the final plat upon completion of items prior to City Council consideration.

Chairman Powell made a motion to recommend approval of the final plat to the City Council based on completion of the above requirements. Steven Bateman seconded the motion, which passed by unanimous vote (7-0).

SITE PLAN - FINAL - Proposed International House of Pancakes sit-down restaurant - Lot 1 Centerville Marketplace Subdivision - C-2 Zone - Kevin Kline, applicant for IHOP.

Paul Allred, Community Development Director, reported on the following items which still need to be completed prior to City Council approval:

1. Submittal of an acceptable photometric lighting plan. Staff would likely recommend 18' to 20' light poles with HPS lamps (warm white light) and no more than 150 watt bulbs. We want to avoid too much lighting in this area. If a "village" is built to the east along 400 West, bright lighting would be a detriment to residents living nearby. We must also remember this is a 24-hour use and the parking lot lights may be on all night. Staff will work out details on this aspect prior to construction and requests the site plan approval not be delayed for this item.

2. The City Engineer recommends a 3-inch asphalt surface over an 8-inch base for the connecting driveway to Payless. This would require the Planning Commission to reverse their previous approval which allowed a 1.5-inch asphalt surface.

3. Final construction and engineering plans must be stamped by Utah licensed professionals.

4. Lot line adjustment must be approved by the Community Development Director prior to building permit, including improvements to the off-site driveway.

Staff recommended approval of the final site plan upon completion of above items prior to City Council consideration.

Brian Hulse made a motion to recommend approval of the final site plan subject to the following conditions.

1. Submittal of an acceptable photometric lighting plan per staff recommendations.

2. A 3-inch asphalt surface over an 8-inch base for the connecting driveway to Payless.

3. Final construction and engineering plans must be stamped by Utah licensed professionals.

4. Lot line adjustment be approved by the Community Development Director prior to building permit.

5. Clarification of arrangement between IHOP and Target on construction of off-site driveway improvements on Lot 2, accessing the IHOP site from Parrish Lane.

Paula Tew seconded the motion, which passed by unanimous vote (7-0).

DIRECTORS REPORT

A. Next meeting will be held on January 24, 2001.

B. Special meeting on January 31, 2001, to consider major changes to the General Plan.

1.Consider the imposition of the Calthorpe guidelines as a philosophical foundation for development on the 50 acre site.

2.Consider possible amendments to the General Plan that would open up all land North of Parrish Lane for consideration of multiple-family housing.

C. An urban village field trip to California on January 12 & 13, 2001.

 

The meeting was adjourned at 8:00 p.m.

 

Chairman, Bruce Powell
Kathleen Streadbeck, Recording Secretary



 
 
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