Planning Commission Agenda

Tuesday, January 10,2006



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, January 10, 2006 commencing at 5:00 p.m.

The agenda for the meeting is as follows:

Call to Order
Flag Salute

1. PUBLIC HEARING GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT

Consider a request to amend the General Plan - Land Use Map to change the land use designation of Open Space to Low Density Residential (up to 4 d.u./ac.) on 73.3 acres on property located west of Tonaquint Drive, south of Tonaquint Terrace Subdivision, and north/northwest of the Estates of Bloomington Subdivision. Quality Development and State Trust Lands, applicants. Case No. 2005-GPA-006

2. PUBLIC HEARING ZONE CHANGES

A. Consider a zone change request from OS (Open Space) to R-1-10 (Single Family Residential) on 73.3 acres located west of Tonaquint Drive, south of Tonaquint Terrace Subdivision, and north/northwest of the Estates of Bloomington Subdivision. Quality Development and State Trust Lands, applicants. Case No. 2005-ZC-037

B. Consider a zone change request from A-1 (Agricultural) to RE-12.5 (Residential Estates) with a development agreement on 12.0 acres located at southeast corner of the intersection of 3000 East and Seegmiller Drive. Mr. Ken Richmond, representative. Case No. 2005-ZC-035

3. CONDITIONAL USE PERMITS

A. Consider a request for a condition use permit to construct a single family residence and a duplex on a 15,000 square foot site located at 320 South, 100 West. The property is zoned RCC (Residential Central City). Brad Oliverson, applicant. Case No. 2005-CUP-039

(NOTE: Item 3A is to be continued to another meeting)
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B. Consider a request for a condition use permit to construct a detached accessory RV garage that would exceed the allowable height of fifteen feet (15) up to approximately twenty two feet two and one half inches (22- 2 ) high. The property is located at 520 Churchill Drive in Bloomington. The property is in the R-1-10 zone. Mr. and Mrs. Harker, applicants. Case No. 2005-CUP-046

C. Consider a request for a conditional use permit to construct a food court and a Fuel Tec fueling center as a part of a proposed industrial building site on Lot #1 of the Ft. Pierce Industrial Park located at the northeasterly corner of the intersection of River Road and 3850 South. The property is zoned M-1 (Manufacturing). Mr. Mark Burgess and Mr. Kevin Abraham, applicants. Case No. 2005-CUP-047

4. FIVE MINUTE BREAK

5. PRELIMINARY PLAT

Consider a preliminary plat request for Las Hurdes Townhomes Phase 2 with 17 townhome units located at Shadow Point Drive and Las Hurdes Drive. Ence Homes, applicant. Case No. 2005-PP-060

6. HILLSIDE DEVELOPMENT PERMITS

A. Consider a request for a hillside development permit associated with the Bella Vista Subdivsion at Sunbrook to landscape the surrounding hillside slopes located at Sunbrook Drive and Luce Del Sol Drive. Mr. Marc Fonger, representative. Case No. 2005-HS-015

B. Consider a request for a hillside development permit for a proposed single-family residential subdivision (Overlook at Green Valley) located at the old Green Valley Golf Course area at approximately 696 S. Dixie Drive. Mr. Rob Reid, representative. Case No. 2005-HS-016

7. DETERMINE SIGNIFICANT CHANGE

Determine whether omitting the clubhouse from the Lakota Planned Development is a significant change to the zone and would require a public hearing or not. Ence Homes, applicant. Case No. 2006-DSC-001


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8. PUBLIC HEARING ZONING REGULATION AMENDMENT

Consider a request to amend the St. George City Code, Title 10 Zoning Regulations, Chapter 11 Manufacturing Zones to establish site development standards for the Ft. Pierce Industrial Park. City of St. George, initiated. Case No. 2006-ZRA-001



Linda Brooks
Deputy City Recorder

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