Planning Commission Agenda

Tuesday, November 9,2004



NOTICE OF MEETING
PLANNING COMMISSION
CITY OF ST. GEORGE
WASHINGTON COUNTY, UTAH

Public Notice

Notice is hereby given that the Planning Commission of the City of St. George, Washington County, Utah, will hold a meeting in the City Council Chambers on Tuesday, November 9, 2004 commencing at 5:00 p.m.

The agenda for the meeting is as follows:

Call to Order
Flag Salute
7:30 pm - 10 minute break


1. FINAL PLAT

Consider approval of a final plat for Avallon at Meadowood Phase 3 with 19 single-family residential lots located at 100 North and approximately 1500 West. Clayton Leavitt, applicant. Case No. 2004-FP-068

2. ZONE CHANGES

Consider the following zone change requests:

A. R-2 (Multiple Family Residential) to RCC (Residential Central City) for the area referred to as sandtown located approximately north of 150 North, east of Bluff Street, south of the Red Hills Golf Course, and west of the Red Hills. Initiated by residents within the zone. Case No. 2004-ZC-041
B. RE-20 (Residential Estates) with a minimum lot size of 20,000 sq. ft. to
R-1-10 (Single Family Residential) with a minimum lot size of 10,000 sq. ft. on 4.60 acres located at 750 North and 1300 West. Brett Burgess, agent for applicant. Case No. 2004-ZC-038
C. R-1-10 (Single Family Residential) with a minimum lot size of 10,000 sq. ft to PD (Planned Development) Residential with 10 single-family detached dwelling units on 1.878 acres located at 1100 East at approximately 1000 South. Kevin Ence, applicant. Case No. 2004-ZC-039
D. RCC (Residential Central City) to PD (Planned Development) Commercial on .07 acre to be incorporated as part of the adjacent existing PD Commercial zone located at 300 South and 154 East. Mark Sleight, applicant. Case No. 2004-ZC-040


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3. AMENDMENTS TO ZONING REGULATIONS

A. Consider a request to amend Title 10, Chapter 2, Section 1 and Chapter 19, Section 6, St. George City Code relating to parking regulations and definition of unimproved lot. City of St. George, initiated. Case No. 2004-ZR-014
B. Consider a request to amend Title 10, Chapter 2, Section 1, St. George City Code relating to definitions of vehicles, inoperable vehicles, and abandoned motor vehicles and to include the word vessel in the term vehicle. City of St. George, initiated. Case No. 2004-ZR-015
C. Consider a request to amend Title 10, Chapter 7B, Section 6.D, and Chapter 10, Section 5.B, St. George City Code to change language from inoperable automobile to inoperable vehicle. City of St. George, initiated. Case No. 2004-ZR-016

4. CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT

Consider a conditional use permit to construct a room addition to an
existing single-family residence and to allow the existing accessory building to occupy more than 25% of the rear yard area located within a R-1-8 (Single Family
Residential) zone at 530 East 600 South. Brad Arp, applicant. Case No. 2004-CUP-045

5. PRELIMINARY PLATS

Consider the following preliminary plat requests:

A. Escalera Phase 1 with 35 single-family residential lots located at 2000 East and Middleton Drive. Milo McCowan, representative for Springhill Development, LLC. Case No. 2004-PP-044
B. River Hollow Phase 3 with 15 single-family residential lots located at 2580 East and approximately 1350 South. Skyler Lawrence, representative for MK Cox Development, Inc. Case No. 2004-PP-045
C. Kachina Springs East Phase 2 with 70 single-family detached units located on Entrada Trail off of Snow Canyon Parkway. Richard Allen, representative for Split Rock, Inc. Case No. 2004-PP-046

6. DETERMINE SIGNIFICANT CHANGE

Determine whether or not a temporary concrete batch plant to be used specifically for the Sun River development would be a significant change to the Planned Development Zone. General Rock Products, Inc. and Darcy Stewart, applicants. Case No. 2004-DSC-001
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7. MINUTES

Consider approval of the minutes of the meetings of August 24, September 14 and 28, 2004.





Linda Brooks
Deputy City Recorder

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