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Proclamations: Planning Commission Meeting Minutes of August 27, 2003



CENTERVILLE CITY PLANNING COMMISSION
MINUTES OF MEETING
Wednesday, August 27, 2003
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 Brian Hulse.

MEMBERS PRESENT
Brian Hulse, Chairman
Scott Vaterlaus
Ken Averett
Lee Duncan
Kathy Helgesen
Diana Moesinger


MEMBERS ABSENT:
Lewis Nielsen

STAFF PRESENT
Aric Jensen, Community Development Director
Karrie Carlson, Recording Secretary

VISITORS Blake Davis

PRAYER: Brian Hulse

MINUTES REVIEW AND ACCEPTANCE

The minutes of the Planning Commission meeting held August 13, 2003 were reviewed and amended. Chairman Hulse made a motion to approve the minutes as amended. The motion was seconded by Ken Averett and passed by unanimous vote (6-0).

CONCEPTUAL SITE PLAN - PUBLIC COMMENT - BANK ONE RETAIL BANKING CENTER TO BE LOCATED AT 315 NORTH MARKET PLACE DRIVE IN THE C-2 ZONE. MARK DAVIS, ARCHITECTURAL NEXUS, INC., APPLICANT

Aric Jensen, Community Development Director, reviewed the site location, layout and storm drain plan for the proposed development with the Commissioners. There was a question about the original storm drain plan Target was to install when they developed Marketplace. It has been determined that Target did not put in the appropriate amount of detention area and now some new developments in Marketplace are having to increase detention area on site.
Representatives from Bank One were present to show drawings of the conceptual site plan and drainage plan. They stated that the expanded detention basin required them to eliminate six parking spaces. They also responded to questions and comments from the Commissioners regarding traffic flow in and around the site.

At 7:20 p.m. Chairman Hulse opened the public comment period. Seeing no one wishing to comment, he closed the public comment period. Ken Averett asked about the possibility of relocating the dumpster away from the Frontage Road. Mr. Averett was concerned about it being too visible from the front entrance of the building. After discussing various scenarios of how to relocate the dumpster, the Commission agreed to leave it in the same location because the screening is adequate and the dumpster is not gong to be a commercial dumpster and, therefore, will be less of a visual detraction.

Scott Vaterlaus made a motion to approve the Conceptual Site Plan for Bank One, finding that it meets all criteria for Conceptual Site Plan with the following conditions:

1. The site plan, including the detention basin, will be modified to meet the approval of the City Engineer and Public Works Director.
2. There will be adequate landscaping/screening of the dumpster area.
3. All fees related to this development are paid.

The motion was seconded by Diana Moesinger and passed by unanimous vote (6-0).

Diana Moesinger noted staff should meet with Target representatives to find out why the storm drain plan was not followed in the initial Marketplace development and determine what, if any, consequences Target should face for not installing all of the storm drains.

PRELIMINARY/FINAL COMMERCIAL SUBDIVISION - HOGAN OFFICE PARK - LOCATED AT APPROXIMATELY 940 NORTH 1250 WEST IN THE B-P ZONE. HOGAN AND ASSOCIATES CONSTRUCTION, INC., PROPERTY OWNER AND APPLICANT

Aric Jensen, Community Development Director, reviewed with the Commissioners the plat map for the Hogan Office Park. He explained that the soils report is not back yet but should be completed soon. The petitioner was present and confirmed that the soil sample has been done; they are just waiting for lab results. Mr. Jensen also stated that an easement is needed along the northeast boundary line of the development to allow for the construction of a major waterline under I-15. The Commissioners discussed these items with the petitioner and he indicated he was aware of the easement.

Chairman Hulse made a motion to approve the preliminary/final commercial subdivision plan, finding that it meets all criteria for preliminary/final subdivision approval, with the following conditions:

1. Any outstanding engineering issues are resolved to the satisfaction of the City Engineer and Public Works Director.
2. The soils testing is completed to the satisfaction of the City Engineer.
3. The plat is modified to show the public easement for a major waterline on the northeast boundary.
4. All fees related to this development are paid.

The motion was seconded by Lee Duncan and passed by unanimous vote (6-0).

CODE AMENDMENT - MUNICIPAL CODE - PUBLIC HEARING - CONSIDER AN ORDINANCE ENACTING SECTION 15-1-113 AND AMENDING SECTIONS 15-2-104 AND 15-2-105 OF THE CENTERVILLE MUNICIPAL CODE REGARDING PUBLIC HEARING AND COMMENT AND PROVIDING FOR COURTESY ON-SITE POSTING FOR CONCEPTUAL SUBDIVISION REVIEW

Aric Jensen, Community Development Director, reviewed the proposed Code amendment prepared by the City Attorney with input from the Planning Commission.

At 7:47 p.m. Chairman Hulse opened the public hearing. Seeing no one wishing to comment, he closed the public hearing.

Chairman Hulse made a motion to recommend approval to enact Section 15-1-113 and amending Sections 15-2-104 and 15-2-105 of the Centerville City Municipal Code regarding public hearings and comment and providing for courtesy on-site posting of conceptual subdivision review, noting that it promotes the general health, safety and welfare of the community, by increasing public awareness of planning and zoning issues and does so at a decreased cost to the community. The motion was seconded by Scott Vaterlaus and passed by unanimous vote (6-0).

FINAL SUBDIVISION PLAT - FLORENTINE VILLAS - IVORY NORTH - IVORY NORTH PROJECT - LOCATED AT 262 WEST 400 SOUTH. GARY WRIGHT, IVORY NORTH, PROPERTY OWNER AND APPLICANT

The Community Development Director explained that this item is not ready for the Planning Commission to take action at this time. Mr. Jensen presented three proposed trailway/walkway designs to the Planning Commission for their reaction. After some discussion regarding the trail/walkways, the Planning Commission unanimously agreed that their preference was the meandering trailway/walkway design.

Chairman Hulse made a motion to continue this item to a future Planning Commission meeting. The motion was seconded by Scott Vaterlaus and passed by unanimous vote (6-0).

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR’S REPORT

Aric Jensen used this time to update the Planning Commission of upcoming agenda items they will be considering.

At 7:57 p.m. Lee Duncan made a motion to adjourn the meeting. The motion was seconded by Chairman Hulse and passed by unanimous vote (6-0).



Brian Hulse, Chairman Date Approved



Karrie Carlson, Recording Secretary

 
 
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