Planning Commission Minutes

Tuesday, May 24,2005



CITY OF ST. GEORGE
WASHINGTON COUNTY, UTAH
PLANNING COMMISSION
May 24, 2005 - 5:00 p.m.


PRESENT: Chairman Gil Almquist
Commissioner Myrna Stout
Commissioner Chapin Burks
Commissioner Ross Taylor
Commissioner Kim Campbell
Commissioner Ron Bracken
Deputy City Attorney Ron Read
Community Develop. Director Bob Nicholson
Planner Mark Bradley
Planner Ray Snyder
City Engineer Cathy Hasfurther
Deputy City Recorder Linda Brooks

EXCUSED: Council Member Suzanne Allen
Commissioner Vince Clayton


CALL TO ORDER

Chairman Almquist called the meeting to order, welcomed those in attendance. Chairman Almquist led the flag salute.

FINAL PLATS

A. Consider approval of a final plat for Tonaquint Terrace Phase 1 with 84 single-family residential lots located at Tonaquint Drive and 2370 South. Quality Development, applicant. Case No. 2005-FP-030

B. Consider approval of a final plat for The Terraces at Seven Hills Phase 1 with 32 single-family residential lots located at Tuweap Drive and 1270 North. Ence Homes, applicant. Case No. 2005-FP-031

C. Consider approval of a revised final plat for Estrella Phase 1 with 49 single-family detached patio homes located at approximately 1800 North Snow Canyon Parkway. S & S Construction, Inc., applicants. Case No. 2005-FP-032

D. Consider approval of a final plat for Estrella Phase 2 with 50 single-family detached patio homes located at approximately 1800 North Snow Canyon Parkway. S & S Construction, Inc., applicants. Case No. 2005-FP-033

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MOTION: Commissioner Stout made a motion to recommend to City Council approval of the final plats 1A through D and authorize chairman to sign. Commissioner Burks seconded the motion. All voted aye.


PUBLIC HEARING - ZONE CHANGES

A. Consider a zone change request from R-1-10 (Single Family Residential) to C-2 (Highway Commercial) on 5.83 acres located at 1160 South and approximately 100 East, west of the Fiesta Fun Center. Mr. Jim McArthur, applicant. Case No. 2005-ZC-016

Mark Bradley said this is consistent with the adjacent zoning on both sides. The request is consistent with the general plan. The property is vacant land. Staff is in agreement to this change.

MOTION: Commissioner Stout made a motion to recommend to City Council approval of a zone change request from R-1-10 (Single Family Residential) to C-2 (Highway Commercial) on 5.83 acres located at 1160 South and approximately 100 East, west of the Fiesta Fun Center. Mr. Jim McArthur, applicant. Commissioner Taylor seconded the motion. All voted aye.


B. Consider a request to amend the Bloomington Courtyard Planned Development Commercial Zone to revise the permitted use list to allow for a hotel site and obtain a height increase for the hotel located at 144 West Brigham Road. Mr. Hal and Monte Magleby, applicants. Case No. 2005-ZC-017

Mark Bradley said the primary purpose is to revise the permitted use list in order to allow for a hotel site and obtain a height increase for the hotel. In addition, the overall permitted use list is revised to create a general categorical list of the established types of uses along with the proposed new use. This site is part of the overall Bloomington Courtyard Planned Development and is currently vacant land.

Mark indicated that the proposed hotel (Wingate Inn) would be four stories with ninety-one rooms that would have a roof line height of 36 feet 4 inches measured from grade with a maximum parapet wall height of 60 feet at the center of the building facing east and a lesser parapet fade on the west. The parapet wall would extend from the roof line 21 feet 8 inch. The entrance of the building would be on the west side.

Commissioner Campbell said the height of the building is marked in their packets as 38 feet 4 inches. Mark said that would be correct - it was a misprint in the report.

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Monte Magleby the applicant said with regard to the parapet height on the westerly side those are significantly lower. There is a 38 ft. height flat roof, then there are actually three parapet heights 41, 43, & 45. There is one area on the east side that is away from the residents where they have the parapet wall so the logo can be seen from the highway. They always thought a motel would be a nice neighbor. The traffic study showed that compared to what was previously approved at the AM peak time there was a 26% reduction in traffic and at the PM peak it was a 31% reduction in traffic. They have talked to neighbors and the Bloomington Architectural Committee. They carefully selected a design that would require a very low profile. Monte presented a slide presentation on Wingate Inn & Suites. He indicated that this hotel is rated number one. These are more expensive rooms which will attract a higher class of people.

Merle Syphus is a resident of Bloomington said he feels that this hotel will take away some of the charm of St. George. This hotel will significantly impact the traffic. This will impact the whole area of Bloomington.

Paul Wilson is an immediate resident next to this hotel. He said this area has been of great concern to the neighbors. He said the council said they would be contacted if there were any changes to this area and they were not contacted. He is concerned about the lighting for this hotel. They already have light pollution from Wal-Mart.

Ivor Pickering is a resident of Bloomington said the parking area which is adjacent to the south side is already very congested. He is concerned about the traffic impact. Something needs to be done with the parking and traffic.

David Rouse lives close to this development. He doesnt want to see the hotel deteriorating their area.

Don Baptist lives in Bloomington. He owns 3,000 sq. ft. of retail space in the Bloomington Courtyard. He believes a series of events have occurred which were not in the plans such as the roundabout. The height and visibility are one of his concerns. He is not directly oppose to this hotel but he is concerned that this could be turned into a flea bag hotel.

Angie Rouse wants to be on the record that she is very opposed to this hotel. She is concerned about the safety for her children and their neighborhood.

Commissioner Campbell asked if the board is considering height as well as the use list. Mark replied yes.

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Mark replied that the height of the business building is about 37 feet. The church height he is not certain what that is. Commissioner Campbell said it is probably about 35 ft.

Commissioner Taylor asked if this use for a hotel was ever a planned use for this area. Mark said the applicant would have to answer that question. He understood that at one time it was approved for a hotel.

Monte Magleby said part of the Wal-Mart outlots was at one time approved for a hotel. Monte said they did some super imposed pictures from the roundabout. The picture showed that the hotel was half the size of the proposed office building. Monte said they have talked with a lot of people and they have met with the Bloomington Architectural Committee twice.

Commissioner Taylor said the traffic impact study has not shown any trouble area. However, he does have concerns about the parapet wall.

Commissioner Campbell said he also has some concerns about the parapet. This is no different to having a freeway sign. This is not the great location for a hotel. The back of the parapet would have to have a finished look also.

Chairman Almquist said they are limited to having a sign up on the frontage of Pioneer Road. In fact it is impossible because it is a monument sign street. Those of you who have built in this neighborhood live only 1000 ft. from the freeway. Chairman Almquist listed the concerns of existing buildings that the neighbors complained about when they were proposed.

Chairman Almquist stated there is no pool for this hotel which is a positive point. He believes that there is no RV parking. Chairman Almquist said this is not a cheap hotel. Chairman Almquist said he did fly a tether balloon at 80 ft. and then went to Young Street to look at the height. He indicated that it was hard to see.

Commissioner Taylor asked if this hotel would have a fence around it. Monte said on the original approval for Bloomington Courtyard they were asked, about 12 years ago to commit to a masonry wall to their side of the church parking lot. There will be a 5-1/2 ft masonry wall to continue along the existing one there. They have landscaping on both sides of the wall.

Commissioner Burks asked about the lighting in the parking lot. Monte said due to safety for customers the way it will be designed the lights will shine to the east. The landscaping and the church will hide much of that.


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Commissioner Burks asked if the parapet wall has to be 60 ft. or could they lower that. Monte said they could look at that. Monte indicated an important part of a hotel is to be seen. He believes there is a little bit of flexibility there. But they want to keep that as impact as possible.

Commissioner Campbell asked if they would be willing to take that parapet wall down at least two to three feet. Monte said he is sure they would have some flexibility. The answer is yes.

MOTION: Commissioner Burks made a motion to recommend to City Council approval of a request to amend the Bloomington Courtyard Planned Development Commercial Zone to revise the permitted use list to allow for a hotel site and obtain a height increase for the hotel located at 144 West Brigham Road. Mr. Hal and Monte Magleby, applicants, the height of the parapet not to exceed 57 ft. for the highest parapet. Finish the back of the parapet. Also, add the proposed list into the use list. Commissioner Stout seconded the motion. All voted aye.


PUBLIC HEARING - AMENDMENTS TO ZONING AND SUBDIVISION REGULATIONS

A. Consider a request to amend the St. George City Code, Title 10 Zoning Regulations, Chapter 13A Hillside Development Overlay Zone, Se3ction 10-13A-4. Density and Disturbance Standards and to establish additional design standards. City of St. George, initiated. Case No. 2005-ZRA-002

Bob Nicholson said this is on the agenda tonight for discussion. This was done about a month ago. The objectives better protect the prominent steep slopes in the community. Staff is also suggesting that the overlay zone in fact the area within that be reduced to the real prominent hillsides and not necessarily the minor plateaus. In order to do that they have reduced the density on the steeper slopes. They have made a differentially between the geologic hazardous area and the overlay zone it self. So if the property is within the geotechnical hazardous area then the Hillside Review Board would only need to discuss soil mitigate, rock fall or geologic issues. Also with this is a goal to reduce the number of applicants that need to go through the Hillside Review Board. Last time there was some discussion on what other cities have done. A majority of the other cities cut off the development at 30% slope.

Bob said under the current ordinance developments on a slope of 15% or more go to the Hillside Review Board (HSRB). In the proposed new ordinance however projects would not go to HSRB until they reached a 20%. The density and slope categories would change that to 0-19% for the underlying zone. Then the 20-29% slope would be 2 dwelling units per acre clustered on 30% or less of the land area. In the 30-39% it would be 1 dwelling unit per 10 acres.

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Commissioner Taylor asked what the attorneys rationale was not to have this reduced down to 30% as some of the other cities have. Bob replied if you said the cut off was 30% then this could be taken into law suits.

Bob spoke about the density transfer. The density transfer shall be indicated on a preliminary plat. Density transfer may occur without a zone change to the receiving parcel even though the resulting lot sizes or density exceed the limits of the underlying zone.

Bob said in the current ordinance any development on slopes 15% or more within the hillside overlay zone or the geologic hazardous area ends up going to the HSRB. Staff is suggesting that the threshold be raised to 20%. That will reduce the number of applicants that will go through the Hillside Review Board.

Bob said they added some additional design guidelines. They did not include any height limitations.

Bob said they are proposing to reduce the overlay zone. They are suggesting to pay attention to the criterial overlay areas.

Chairman Almquist said if someone is trying to access a plateau and goes through one of those prominent features to get to it, how does the acreage consideration work out. Bob said this is an issue that they still may need to review.

Gail Maxwell said this sounds good. He would like to see what would be classed as a prominent hill. In relationship to the 20% of the Hillside Review Board he thinks they could take a look at what is a prominent hill as well as the plan that is presented.

Milo McCowan said he didnt hear anything in this report dealing with the possibility of the City accepting. The only thing he heard was the HOA for the common area and the acceptance or deeding that property of the City has been something they accepted and work within the past. Homeowners Association is all you have is hillside and it is a subdivision creating a HOA to monitor just that hillside is really an inappropriate way to handle that. Chairman Almquist said they have discussed certain parcels that are large enough and maybe evening joining as you back up to a hillside. It would be taken case by case. It certainly is one of the options.

Larry Snow represents Kay Traveller. On April 28th they attended a work meeting with the City. His concern is there is a significant amount of private property that will be affected by this change. Private property rights have to be a concern.

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Rick Rosenberg with Rosenberg Associates said he would like to compliment the City staff for trying to reduce the number of applicants which will need to come before the HSRB.

Chairman Almquist said the ordinance is full of holes and something needs to be done. Bob said the urgency is to do this right. They want to look at some examples. He thinks this should be continued. It may be a month before they would be back with changes. There needs to be some fine tuning. Chairman Almquist said this will be postpone for three weeks.

MOTION: Commissioner Taylor made a motion to continue this discussion in the next meeting, June 14, 2005. Commissioner Stout seconded the motion. All voted aye.


B. Consider a request to amend the St. George City Code, Title 10 Zoning Regulations, Chapter 2 Definitions to revise the definition on family, the number of unrelated persons, and provide a definition for immediate family. City of St. George, initiated. Case No. 2005-ZRA-003.

Bob Nicholson said they are proposing to revise the definition of family. The Code Enforcement officer has gone to many homes where there are 8 adults or more living together.

Bob said the change they would like to make is 1) the ordinance states within the immediate family related (which is being proposed to say) consists of spouse, parent, child, grandparent or grandchild and the spouses parent, child, grandparent or grandchild. Bob said hopefully this will limit the possibility the number of people that can reside in a single-family unit.

Doug Alder stated he has been involved in being a landlord for the past five years. There needs to be a definition so they can regulate the renters. He gave an example of renters. He said there needs to be a rental ordinance.

Jim McArthur said there are other residents that agree to the definition that is being proposed here. He wonders how this can be enforced now. He would encourage the number of non-related persons be dropped down from 4 to 3.

Bob said Code Enforcement goes to these rentals and find living there are brothers, sisters, brother-in-laws and it goes on and on. This is a dilemma. Carol Sapp from the Homebuilders Association said she diagramed all the different relationships that would be covered under that definition. Carol said she has an aunt who has cancer and her family would take care of her. Would this have to have Planning Commission or City Council approval because she doesnt fit under the immediate family definition.

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Commissioner Stout asked when you have a visitor at your home, how many days is that before you are no longer a visitor? Bob replied there is no number.

Bob said to answer Carols question - there could be another provision added where Planning Commission and City Council could consider hardship situations limited to the extended family.

MOTION: Commissioner Stout made a motion to recommend to City Council approval of a request to amend the St. George City Code, Title 10 Zoning Regulations, Chapter 2 Definitions to revise the definition on family, the number of unrelated persons, and provide a definition for immediate family. City of St. George, initiated, with the addition that they provision where by the hardship applications made be made to Planning Commission and City Council. Commissioner Bracken seconded the motion. All voted aye.


C. Consider a request to amend the St. George City Code, Title 10 Zoning Regulations and Title 11 Subdivision Regulations to designate a land use authority and address subdivision public hearing procedures. City of St. George, initiated. Case No. 2005-ZRA-004

Bob Nicholson explained new changes of state law from the Senate Bill No. 60. Bob said one of the new State laws requires a public hearing on subdivisions. Staff is not sure if the Planning Commission or City Council wants to hold the public hearing.

Deputy City Attorney Ron Read explained the need for the Planning Commission to designate a land use authority. Ron said the staff would like to recommend that identity be City Council. The land use authority simply deals with plats. Planning Commission will still have the public hearing but City Council will do the final approval. That is one item we would like your approval on this evening. The other one is an appeal body. Right now it is the Board of Adjustment but they have to go through the process of naming it and making recommendations to City Council.

Deputy City Attorney Ron Read listed the new resolutions which staff will be bringing to Planning Commission in the near future.

Deputy City Attorney Ron Read said staff needs tonight recommendations who the appeal authority and the land use authority will be. Right now staff is recommending City Council.

Commission Stout said what is the difference between land use authority and the legislative body? Deputy City Attorney Ron Read replied that he doesnt know why the State decided to break it up. The legislative body will still do the general plan, zone changes, ordinance changes, all those things they do now. It is just this one area for plat approval or plat amendment that they PLANNING COMMISSION
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now say the land use authority has the final say. Ron said staff could create a new body or it could be the Board of Adjustment or another board.

MOTION: Commissioner Stout made a motion to recommend to City Council of a request to amend the St. George City Code, Title 10 Zoning Regulations and Title 11 Subdivision Regulations to designate a land use authority and address subdivision public hearing procedures. City of St. George, initiated, the land use authority and the new State code be the City Council and recommend that the appellate body in the new State code be the Board of Adjustment. Commissioner Bracken seconded the recommendation. All voted aye.


CONDITIONAL USE PERMITS

A. Consider a conditional use permit request to construct a detached accessory garage that would exceed the allowable height of fifteen feet (15') up to approximately eighteen feet nine inches (18'-9") high. The property is located at 2516 East, 2300 South Circle within an RE-20 (20,000 sq. ft. minimum lot size) zone in the Crimson Cliffs subdivision. Mr. and Mrs. Hinton, applicants. Case No. 2005-CUP-019

Ray Snyder presented a plat to construct a residential garage to the height of 18 ft. and 9 inches. The property is surrounded by single-family residences.

MOTION: Commissioner Taylor made a motion to recommend to City Council approval of a conditional use permit request to construct a detached accessory garage that would exceed the allowable height of fifteen feet (15') up to approximately eighteen feet nine inches (18'-9") high. The property is located at 2516 East, 2300 South Circle within a RE-20 (20,000 sq. ft. minimum lot size) zone in the Crimson Cliffs subdivision. Mr. and Mrs. Hinton, applicants. Commissioner Bracken seconded the motion. All voted aye.



B. Consider a conditional use permit request to construct a 74,418 sq. ft. three (3) story hotel building that would exceed the allowable thirty-five foot (35') height limit up to a maximum roof ridge height of forty-three ft. six inches (43'-6"). This property is located at 154 East Riverside Drive within a C-3 (Commercial) zone. Mr. Darwin Leavitt, applicant. Case No. 2005-CUP-020

Ray Snyder said the zoning does allow this hotel to go there. The issue before Planning Commission tonight is the height of the building. The layout for the proposed Comfort Inn is to construct 123 rooms, three (3) story hotel. Ray pointed out to Planning Commission that the Citys Engineering department has looked at the site plan and they would request that the driveway move over and line up with what is existing across the street.

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Chairman Almquist asked why the driveways have to line up. City Engineer Cathy Hasfurther said you have turning movements which would conflict if they didnt line up. This reduces the number of conflicts. Commission Stout said this doesnt make any sense for the driveways to line up.

Gary Carter the owner of the proposed property said the reason the driveway is where it is - is because City Engineer Larry Bulloch came to him and wanted a place for buses to turn around. So Larry came down to the property and lined that driveway up with the access to the Chevron and with the access to the office complex.

Ray Snyder said the issue before the Planning Commission is the height of the building. Ray said staffs suggested recommendations are as follows;

1. The location of the driveway shall be to the satisfaction of the City Engineering Department.
2. A shared driveway for future adjacent development is encouraged.
3. A reciprocal access (cross access) agreement would be required for a shared driveway.
4. The applicant shall demonstrate to the satisfaction of the Planning Department that a minimum of 125 parking spaces are provided.
5. A lot split would be required if the property is to be purchased and separated from the original acreage.
6. Street trees shall be installed to meet the City tree ordinance.
7. A deceleration lane may be required from the City Traffic Engineer.

Commissioner Stout said if they are not proposing a lot split or any other development further to the east then she feels this is not ready to place conditions on them. Maybe when they add additional property to the east then that is when they should address those issues. Ray said the height issue is what is before you tonight. But you are correct when you say the lot has not been split yet. But if they do split the lot then they would want the driveway as far as possible. It is certainly not a condition the Planning Commission does not have to put on there.

MOTION: Commissioner Taylor made a motion to recommend to City Council approval of a conditional use permit to construct a 74,418 sq. ft. three (3) story hotel building that would exceed the allowable thirty-five foot (35') height limit up to a maximum roof ridge height of forty-three ft. six inches (43'-6"). This property is located at 154 East Riverside Drive within a C-3 (Commercial) zone. Mr. Darwin Leavitt, applicant. Commissioner Campbell seconded the motion. All voted aye.




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C. Consider a conditional use permit request to establish and operate a pre-school up to a maximum number of 18 children. The property is located with a PD (Residential; equivalent to R-1-6 standard/Single Family 6,000 sq. ft. minimum lot size) zone at 3451 South Single Track in the Desert Hills subdivision (Phase 1A). Mrs. Lisa Amick and Candice Hafen, applicants. Case No. 2005-CUP-021

Ray Snyder said the applicants are proposing to operate a Pre-School in the walkout basement of the Amick residence. The applicants propose to have a maximum of 18 children. The Pre-School will use the recreation room as a learning and activity center and will have storage shelves for materials. There is an outside play area that is fully enclosed by block wall. There is an existing driveway where vehicles can pull up onto and temporarily park.

Their sessions will be daily from 9:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays. The staff would include two adults with elementary teaching experience.

The applicants said the main concern with the neighbors is the traffic. In their neighborhood they have families with 3-4 children so it has been targeted to the children in the neighborhood.

Commissioner Taylor asked about the size of the area. Is there enough size inside and out for the children? The applicants said they will take a 10 minute break outside. So they would basically be in the recreation room.

MOTION: Commissioner Campbell made a motion to recommend to City Council approval of a conditional use permit request to establish and operate a pre-school up to a maximum number of 18 children. The property is located with a PD (Residential; equivalent to R-1-6 standard/Single Family 6,000 sq. ft. minimum lot size) zone at 3451 South Single Track in the Desert Hills subdivision (Phase 1A). Mrs. Lisa Amick and Candice Hafen, applicants. Commissioner Burks seconded the motion. All voted aye.


HILLSIDE DEVELOPMENT PERMITS

A. Consider a request for a hillside development permit for lot 34 of the proposed Escalera Phase 3; a single-family residential development located at 1900 East and approximately 1200 North (north of Middleton Drive). Mr. Milo McCowan, representative. Case No. 2005-HS-008



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Mark Bradley said on May 5, 2005 the City Council approved the Escalera Phase 3 hillside development permit omitting Lot 34 until the Hillside Review Board revisits the site to make a recommendation, City staff provides information on water pressure, and the applicant donates the no disturb/open space area to the City. Water pressure will not be a problem. The water for this proposed project is serviced from another water tank further north.

Mark said the Hillside Review Board met on site May 18, 2005 to review Lot 34. There is proposed a 5% landing with a 15% driveway grade up to the building pad. Most of the rock will be preserved.

The applicant had nothing to add.

MOTION: Commissioner Stout made a motion to recommend to City Council approval of a request for a hillside development permit for lot 34 of the proposed Escalera Phase 3; a single-family residential development located at 1900 East and approximately 1200 North (north of Middleton Drive). Mr. Milo McCowan, representative. Commissioner Burks seconded the motion. All voted aye.


B. Consider a request for a hillside development permit for a proposed industrial development (Legacy Industrial Park) located off of 1700 East and approximately 3650 South. Mr. Marc Brown, representative for Morgan Skinner. Case No. 2005-HS-009

Mark Bradley said this is before you tonight to obtain a hillside development permit for property located within a M-1 (Manufacturing Zone) adjacent to the old Ft. Pierce Industrial Park. The property is adjacent to Lots 10 and 11 of the Ft. Pierce Industrial Park and located within the geological hazard area. Access would be from 1700 South upon receiving approval to vacate a portion of Lot 11 of the Ft. Pierce Industrial Park.

Mark said the motion should be subject to acquiring access from a public dedicated street.

The Hillside Review Board met on site May 18, 2005 and recommended approval of the plans as submitted showing no grading of the hillside at this time. The hillside portion that may be graded in the future can be done as long as the grading in the future can be done as long as the grading would be in harmony with the hillside development regulations of less than 10 ft. cuts or fills. Cut slopes shall comply with the geotechnical study/report regulations would be required to come back before the Hillside Review Board.




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MOTION: Commissioner Burks made a motion to recommend to City Council approval of a request for a hillside development permit for a proposed industrial development (Legacy Industrial Park) located off of 1700 East and approximately 3650 South. Mr. Marc Brown, representative for Morgan Skinner, provided that the subject would acquire access from a public dedicated street and recommendations from the HSRB be put on the plat. Commissioner Bracken seconded the motion. All voted aye.


PRELIMINARY PLAT

Consider a preliminary plat request for The Pointe at Sunbrook Phase 2 with 15 single-family lots located off Lost Creek Drive and Emeraud Drive. Sunhill Homes, LLC, applicant. Case No. 2005-PP-017

Mark Bradley said the Planning Commission has seen this site before. As a conditional of approval of the hillside development permit all allowable disturbed cut and fill areas are to be re-vegetated with native seed spray mulch. A note has been applied to the preliminary plat explaining the requirement and that the maintenance will be by the homeowners association.

MOTION: Commissioner Stout made a motion to recommend to City Council approval of a preliminary plat request for The Pointe at Sunbrook Phase 2 with 15 single-family lots located off Lost Creek Drive and Emeraud Drive. Sunhill Homes, LLC, applicant. Commissioner Taylor seconded the motion. All voted aye.


Meeting adjourned at 8:20 p.m.