Planning Commission Agenda

Tuesday, August 22,2006



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, August 22, 2006 commencing at 4:00 p.m.

The agenda for the meeting is as follows:

Call to Order
Flag Salute

PUBLIC HEARING ITEMS SCHEDULED AT 5:00 P.M.
FIVE MINUTE BREAK SCHEDULED AROUND 6:00 P.M.

1. CONSENT ITEMS - FINAL PLATS

A. Consider approval of a final plat for Ledges Phase 6 with 21 single-family lots. Adjacent to Phase 5 and Phase 2 on the westerly side of U-18 State Highway along Silvercloud and Long Sky Drive within the Ledges. Mr. Randy Deschamps, representative. Case No. 2006-FP-091.

B. Consider approval of a final plat for The Boulevard Centre Subdivision (a commercial subdivision) with four (4) commercial pads. Located at approximately 162 North, 400 East (north of Caf Rio). Mr. Dan Gifford, representative. Case No. 2006-FP-070.

C. Consider approval of a one building commercial condominium plat (Pad A from the commercial subdivision plat item 1B). Located at approximately 162 North, 400 East (north of Caf Rio). Mr. Dan Gifford, representative. Case No. 2006-FP-071.

2. PRELIMINARY PLATS

A. Consider a preliminary plat request for Tonaquint Heights Phase 1 with 23 single family lots. Located south of Tonaquint terrace Subdivision and west of Tonaquint Drive at approximately 2500 South Street. Mr. Ed Burgess, Quality Development, applicant. Case No. 2006-PP-032.

B. Consider a preliminary plat request for River Crest Townhomes with 7 attached town homes. Located near the northwest corner of the intersection of 2450 South Street and River Road (adjacent to the River Crest Subdivision). Mr. Jeff Adams, applicant. Case No. 2006-PP-035.

C. Consider a preliminary plat amendment request for Mulberry Point with 12 town home lots. Located between the I-15 freeway (easterly) and 500 South Street at approximately 1000 East Street. Mr. Chris Hendershot, applicant. Case No. 2006-PPA-036.

3. CONDITIONAL USE PERMITS

A. Consider a request for a conditional use permit from Dixie Escalante Rural Electric Association (Dixie REA) and the City of St. George Energy Services Department to approve a Master Plan Electrical Transmission System for the City of St. George to meet the projected future electrical needs of the community. The request is city wide and involves various zones. Mr. Russell Condie, Dixie REA, representative, and Mr. Phil Solomon and Mr. Rick Hansen, SG City Energy Services, representatives. Case No. 2006-CUP-023.

B. Consider a request for a conditional use permit from Mr. Barry Perkins, representative, on behalf of Zion Youth Academy to establish and operate an LDS based private school for grades K-12 to be located at 25 North, 100 East Street. The property is zoned C-4 (Central Business District Commercial Zone). Case No. 2006-CUP-025.

4. SITE PLAN BUILDING ELEVATION

Consider a request for a site plan and building elevation approval to construct a commercial office and retail center called The Dixie Commons. The proposed site consists of approximately 14 buildings for a total of 91,700 square feet. The buildings are single story and do not exceed 20 ft. in height. The site is triangular in shape and is located at the intersection of Dixie Drive, Plantation Drive, and 1600 South. The property is on approximately 9.65 acres (420,640 sq. ft.). The site is zoned PD (Planned Development). The owner is BV Properties, LLC. The representative is Mr. Stephen Gilmore. Case No. 2006-SPBE-010.

5. GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT - PUBLIC HEARING (5:00)

Consider a request to amend the Citys General Plan Land Use Map designation of an existing 730.676 acres of Low Density Residential (LDR) land use to the following proposed land uses (as shown on the conceptual land use master plan for The Lakes); Low Density Residential (LDR; up to 4 dwelling units per acres; 180.66 acres / 24.7%), Medium Density Residential (MDR; up to 9 units per acre; 213.81 acres / 29.3%), High Density Residential (HDR; up to 15 dwelling units per acre; 45.40 acres / 6.3%), Commercial / Mixed use (28.15 acres / 3.8%), open space / parks / lakes (220.96 acres / 30.2%), proposed roadways (41.69 acres / 5.7%), an existing substation, and a proposed fire station. The subject area is located west of the Sunbrook development and the Cottages at Green Valley. The project applicants are 730 LLC The Lakes, Mr. Rick Rosenberg of Rosenberg & Associates, representative. Case No. 2006-GPA-003.

6. HILLSIDE DEVELOPMENT PERMITS

Consider a request for a hillside development permit for a proposed duplex located at the southeast corner of the intersection of 250 West and 950 South. Mr. Jared Lund applicant. Case No. 2006-HS-003.

7. ZONE CHANGE PUBLIC HEARING (5:00 P.M.)

Consider a zone change request from R-1-8 (Single Family Residential 8,000 square foot minimum lot size) to PD COM (Planned Development Commercial) on 0.83 acres located at 475 Skyline Drive. Ms. Laura Carver, applicant. Case No. 2006-ZC-016.

8. AMENDMENT TO ZONING REGULATIONS - PUBLIC HEARING (5:00)

Consider approval of allowing High Density Residential in certain commercial zones (C2, C3, & C4) as a conditional use permit. Proposed amendments to the City of St. George Code, Title 10 Zoning Regulations, Chapter 10 Commercial Zones, Section 10-10-3 Conditional Uses. City of St. George, applicant. Case No. ZRA-010.

9. DETERMINE USE

Determine whether a Bingo Parlor in a PD zone (Tonaquint Center); is similar to other permitted uses and in harmony with the intent of the zone. The applicant is St. George Consolidated Charities. Case No. 2006-DU-005.

10. DETERMINE SEPTEMBER PC SCHEDULE

Determine the meeting schedule for September. It is proposed due to the U.L.C.T. (Utah League of Cities and Towns) annual conference in Salt Lake City that only Final Plats and Preliminary Plats be scheduled for the September 12, 2006, meeting.




Linda Brooks
Deputy City Recorder

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