Tuesday, August 14,2012
CITY OF ST. GEORGE
WASHINGTON COUNTY, UTAH
August 14, 2012 – 5:00 p.m.
PRESENT: Chairman Ron Bracken
Acting Chairman Ron Read
Council Member Jimmie Hughes
Commissioner Kim Campbell
Commissioner Ross Taylor
Commissioner Julie Hullinger
Commissioner Ro Wilkinson
Commissioner Nathan Fisher
CITY STAFF: Community Development Coordinator Bob Nicholson
Development Services Manager Wes Jenkins
Planner II Ray Snyder
Planner I Craig Harvey
Assistant City Attorney Joseph Farnsworth
Administrative Professional Linda Brooks
CALL TO ORDER
Chairman Bracken called the meeting to order and welcomed those in attendance. Chairman Bracken led the flag salute.
EASEMENT VACATION / LOT MERGER
Consider approval to vacate a public utility easement and drainage easement that lies between two lots that are being merged. The lots are 442 and 443 of “Foremaster Ridge Phase 4.” The representative is Mr. Bob Hermandson, Bush and Gudgell. The property is zoned R-1-8 (Single Family Residential 8,000 square feet minimum lot size) and is located at 1682 East 180 South Street and the lot to the west. Case No. 2012-EA-006
Todd Jacobsen Project Manager said the purpose of vacating this easement is to allow Lot 442 and Lot 443 to be merged into one lot. The owner wants to use the extra space as landscaping and recreational purposes.
Consider approval to vacate a portion of an ingress/egress easement located between 2144 West and 2116 West on Rivers Edge Lane. This request vacates a portion of a fifty foot (50’) wide easement that allows access to the Santa Clara River in case of an emergency. The easterly ten feet (10’) is requested to be vacated and forty feet (40’) would remain for access. This “Lot 28 of River’s Edge at Sunbrook.” The representative is Mr. Jay Sandberg, City St George. The property is zoned PD-R (Planned Development Residential). Case No. 2012-EA-007
Todd Jacobsen Project Manager said this request is to vacate a portion of a 50 foot wide ingress/egress access easement that allows access to the Santa Clara River in case of an emergency. The easterly 10 feet of this easement is the requested portion to be vacated. Staff has reviewed this request and feels with the remaining 40 feet of ingress/egress access is sufficient. Note: this easement runs along the lot line of two lots with 25 feet on each lot. This request is to vacate 10 feet on Lot 28 with the easement on Lot 27 will not changing.
Assistant City Attorney Joseph Farnsworth asked if the city vehicles would still be able to have enough access to the river. Is it still wide enough for them to get through?
Todd replied it is, the width of the road will be 40 ft.
LOT MERGER/LOT LINE ADJUSTMENT
Consider approval of a Lot Merger/Lot Line Adjustment between four parcels that will result in there being only three parcels. This is for “The Village at Heritage Court” and is located at the southeast corner of 900 South Street from approximately 450 East to 500 East. Part of the merger and lot line adjustment is a vacation to reduce the width of 900 South Street from a 66 ft. ROW to a 50 ft. ROW by vacating 8 feet on both the north and south sides of 900 South Street from 400 East Street to approximately 450 East. The representative is Mr. Brad Peterson, McNeil Engineering. Case No. 2012-OM-001
Todd Jacobsen Project Manager said on September 22, 2011, the St George City Council approved a zone change (Case No. 2011-ZC-009) to rezone approximately 2.59 acres on the southeast corner of 900 South and 400 east from MH (Mobile Home) to PD-R (Planned Development Residential) to allow for a 56 unit senior housing project for seniors (age 55+).
Also on September 22, 2011, the City Council held a public hearing to hear public comment on the proposed vacation of a portion of 900 South near 400 East. CCCHI proposed to donate a portion of property near I-15 on the property to the City for expansion of the City’s energy substation. The proposed vacation of the portion of 900 South was in consideration of the donation. CCCHI is in the process of obtaining land which it will be conveying to the City in exchange for the City vacating a portion of 900 South, which would revert back to the adjacent property owner, CCCHI. This lot merger would merge the property remaining from the 900 South vacation with the property directly south of 900 South as shown on the attached exhibit.
Todd read into record staff comments;
As part of this request City Council needs to approve the vacation of 900 South Street from approximately 450 East to 500 East. Also part of the vacation is to reduce the width of 900 South St. from 66 feet to 50 feet by vacating 8 feet on both the north and south sides of 900 South St. from 400 East St. to approximately 450 East.
A public hearing was held on the roadway vacation on September 22, 2011 with no comments from the public. City Council did not make a motion at that time because land acquisitions were not complete.
As part of this request the applicant and City are swapping or exchanging land. The City will receive additional property to the east of the power substation and the applicant will receive the vacated roadway.
All aspects of this Lot Merger/Lot Line Adjustment were carefully looked at and reviewed by the Community Development Department staff, (which includes New Development Division staff and Planning & Zoning staff) and Legal Department staff and it meets all of the conditions and approvals.
This Lot Merger/Lot Line Adjustment is ready for Planning Commission’s consideration for approval.
Assistant City Attorney Joseph Farnsworth said back in September 2011 the City Council did open and close a public hearing to hear public comment on the vacation of the 900 South with the intent being that the property exchange between the City and the property owner. The City will open and close the public hearing so CCCHI will be able to get federal funding.
Consider approval of a Lot Split (not within a recorded Final Plat) for a property located at 1320 East and 1580 South Bundy Lane. The zoning is R-1-10 (Single Family Residential 10,000 square foot minimum lot size). The representative is Mr. Roger Bundy, R & B Surveying. Case No. 2012-LS-003
Todd Jacobsen Project Manager said several years ago Verden Hannig acquired two parcels side-by-side each other on Bundy Lane. To avoid the hassle of getting two tax notices on these two parcels he combined them into one parcel leaving him with one tax identification number. Now Jared Taylor and his wife want to acquire the west parcel from Verden and build their home. In order to complete this transaction Verden is required to legally split this parcel into two parcels again.
Consider approval of a thirty-two (32) lot residential subdivision Final Plat for “The Estates at Valdera.” The property is zoned PD-R (Planned Development residential) and is located in the NE ¼ and the SE ¼ of Section 27, T41S, R 16 W, SLB&M. The representative is Mr. Roger Bundy, R & B Surveying. Case No. 2012-FP-028
Todd Jacobsen Project Manager said this is a request for an approval for a 32 lot residential subdivision. All aspects of this final plat amendment were carefully looked at and reviewed by city staff.
Assistant City Attorney Joseph Farnsworth said the developers have been working with Legal Dept. and they will have all the paperwork turned in before it goes to City Council.
ZONE CHANGES – PUBLIC HEARINGS (5:00 P.M.)
A. Consider a zone change request from C-2 (Highway Commercial) to R-1-12 (Single-
Family Residential 12,000 square foot minimum lot size) on 1.51 acres on the northwest corner of the future intersection of 3000 East and Crimson Ridge Drive in the Little Valley area. The applicant is Quality Development. Case No. 2012-ZC-015
Craig Harvey Planner I said this is a request to rezone a C-2 to R-1-12 on 1.51 acres located approximately at the north-west corner of Crimson Ridge Drive and 3000 East. Part of this zone change encroaches into the General Plan Commercial area for this corner. The general plan does not designate the size of the commercial area, but just that there shall be commercial located on this corner. The zone change is to accommodate 6 residential lots. The remainder of the corner will remain C-2 commercial. Planning staff and the Legal Department has reviewed the plan as presented and has determined that this zone change proposal does not violate the spirit of the General Plan as intended for this area.
B. Consider a zone change request from A-1 (Agricultural) to R-1-12 (Single-Family
Residential 12,000 square foot minimum lot size) on 19.80 acres located on the east, west, and south sides of the Little Valley Elementary School located on Horseman’s Park Drive in Little Valley. This is in compliance with the City’s General Plan and would allow for future residential subdivision. The applicant is the City of St George. Case No. 2012-ZC-014
Bob Nicholson Community Development Coordinator said this request is to rezone A-1 (Agricultural) parcels to R-1-12 (Single Family Residential – 12,000 square foot minimum lot size). The property is located on the east, west, and south sides of the Little Valley Elementary School which is located on Horseman Park Drive and west of Little Valley Road. Bob said the property the east of this property is zoned R-1-12.
Bob stated that the City is offering the property for sale and potential buyer’s desire zoning which allows for 12,000 sq ft lots.
The zone change request is consistent with the General Plan Land Use Map for the Little Valley area (i.e., City General Plan) and also wraps around three sides of the Little Valley Elementary School and 12,000 sq ft lots will allow for residential neighborhood development similar to Meadow Valley Estates and other subdivisions in the vicinity of the elementary and intermediate schools. Also the Little Valley community park is located across the street to the north from the proposed rezone parcels.
Commissioner Wilkinson asked if the horseman’s stable was located on the west side of this proposed zone change.
Bob replied that Horseman’s Park borders to this parcel. He said in 1982 Horseman’s Park was annexed into the city which consisted of ½ acre corrals.
Terry Esplin said he rents a lot in Horseman Park and describes the area as unique. He feels if this zone change goes through then they will eventually have to move and there would be no place for them to go.
Jeff Lundin said he owns 2 lots in Horseman’s Park. He understands that the City owns the property and they are requesting the zone change. He is worried about the complaints that may come into the city when a residential zone is created right next door to an area where people keep livestock.
Draza Esplin said she is concerned about the livestock. The city will get complaints. She would like to see this area saved for future development such as a library, recreation center, or have more soccer fields.
Commissioner Wilkinson said she is concerned about Horseman’s Park taking a hit from the development.
Bob Nicholson feels that Horseman Park will stay a long time there. He said they could have a note put on the plat that states that Horseman’s Park is a livestock area. The city has offered a portion of this land for a County library.
Chairman Bracken suggested having a buffer between the residential lots backing Horseman Park. He feels this is appropriate here.
Commissioner Fisher wanted to know if there was an urgency to change the zone.
Bob replied the City has received bids for the property contingent on changing the zone. They could look at how they can buffer this. Maybe this could be continued to the next meeting with a proposal. Bob asked for this to be continued.
C. Consider a zone change request from R-2 (Multiple Family) to PD-C (Planned
Development Commercial) to allow for a senior Assisted Living Facility with nine (9) beds and also an Adult Day Care center for daytime care. The property is on 0.24 acres located at 321 W Tabernacle. The applicant is Rebecca Pierce and Joel Timo. Case No. 2012-ZC-016
Bob Nicholson Community Development Coordinator said this request is to rezone one lot to PD-C (Planned Development Commercial) to allow for a senior Assisted Living Facility with nine (9) beds, and also an Adult Day Care for daytime care.
The property owner(s) proposes to demolish the existing older home and construct a new Assisted Living Facility in its place. The assisted living facility will serve as a longevity center for senior citizens.
The proposed site plan shows 3 off-street parking spaces which would limit the Assisted Living Facility’s occupancy to 9 beds maximum; because the parking ratio is one parking space per 3 beds for what the State categorizes as a Type 2 Assisted Living facility (Type 2 Facilities are for persons who need only minimal care and assistance.)
The applicants also propose to provide Adult Day Care for daytime only care of senior citizens. The proposed hours would be 7:30 am to 5:30pm for adult daycare.
The proposed new building would be 1-story with a 2-story center portion, and consists of a tan stucco & stone exterior, with tile roof which presents an attractive appearance. A materials sample board has been submitted. The total area of the facility is approximately 4,350 sq ft.
General Plan: The City’s General Plan designates the property for commercial use and therefore the assisted living facility would comply with the commercial use designation in the General Plan.
Daycare: The applicant has not stated how many persons they plan on having in their adult daycare. The adult daycare clients will be dropped off & picked up but since only 3 off-street parking spaces are provided curb-side drop-off and pick-up will likely be utilized
Assisted Living: The residents of the assisted living facility will not have vehicles and the facility owners will not live on-site so the 3 off-street parking spaces will be used by staff and visitors.
Parking: The proposed parking can work only for limited numbers and may create street congestion if many adult daycare patrons are dropped off at the same time. The applicant will need to provide more detail on how they will accommodate the drop-off and pick-up without causing congestion on the street.
Bob said the property has 3 on-site parking spaces which meets the requirement which is 1 parking space per 3 beds for a Type II facility. They are proposing this to be a 9-bed facility. The applicant has contacted the State and they have requirements that must be met for assisted living. In addition to the assisted living facility they are proposing an adult day care for up to 10 people, where people can be dropped off for the day use only. Staff felt as long as they are limiting it to 10 people then the drop off and pickup could be accommodated. The residents of the assisted living will not have their own vehicles and the owners of the facility do not live on site. They will have staff 24/7 which is required.
Commissioner Fisher asked about how many staff they will be needed to run this facility.
Bob replied the State has a requirement for staff based on how many beds. He will let the applicant address this.
Assistant City Attorney Joseph Farnsworth said the written text the applicant has provided does not meet the requirements of what needs to be addressed in Section 10-8-4. Such as, refuse space on the site plan, lighting, turn-around area and signage.
Dr. Julie Chew said this is a work in process, they have purchased the property. The State has stringent regulations. There meeting with the State is tomorrow. Basically, they can’t meet with the State until they have approved property for what they want to do.
Commissioner Wilkinson asked where their staff will be parking.
Dr. Chew replied when they open this facility their primary goal is to fill the 9-beds for the assisted living. Once the beds are filled they may not be able to do the adult daycare.
Rebecca Pierce said they don’t need to be on site 24 hours a day per State regulations but they will have one staff on site 24 hours a day.
Ro said you will have cook there and something to serve the residents.
Assistant City Attorney Joseph Farnsworth asked how many people will be living there.
Dr. Chew said 9 people for 9 beds. She said when they meet with State and layout their design such as 9-beds, 4,350 sq ft. building, 3 parking spaces and the number of staff then it will be State to determine if they would be able to have 10 people coming in for day care.
Assistant City Attorney Joseph Farnsworth said so what is your specific proposal it can’t be a choice of maybe we will have 4 or 10 day care individuals. With this zone you have to be specific when you request this type of zone. This doesn’t sound concrete to him.
Commissioner Fisher said they need to be specific because the ratios on parking will change based on their needs.
Assistant City Attorney Joseph Farnsworth said there are points in the City ordinance, under 10-8-4, that need to be addressed such as lighting, garage area, drop-off points, signs, those are some issues that need to be addressed. His recommendation is to table this item. Joseph said the proposal is quite vague. He said the written text is not complete.
Bob Nicholson suggested instead of tabling the item could they come back to the end of the agenda and supply a written text to answer the items that are missing.
Planning Commission board agreed to hearing the item after the other items on the agenda have been heard.
ITEM CONTINUED FROM BRIEF RECESS
Bob presented a revised written text to Planning Commission. The applicant request that you approve the assisted living only and if they want to do adult day care then they will come back to the board later. Bob addressed the height, elevation, landscape plan as per the site plan 15 ft. wide landscape plan, utilities will be underground, refuse storage area it will be screened in with a block wall with a small dumpster, exterior lighting plan will be attached to the building, the turning space, the 3 parking spaces the parking back out does meet the City’s requirement and the sign will be attached to the building as per the city sign code.
A. Consider a preliminary plat request for “The Flats at South Pointe - Revised” to create
seventy-three (73) new townhome units in addition to the seventeen (17) detached units in the phase 1 recorded plat. The revised plat would have ninety (90) units on 8 acres. The applicant is VE Management, Chad Van Cleve, representative. The property is zoned R-3 (Multiple Family) and is located at 2720 East on 450 North Street. Case No. 2012-PP-014
Wes Jenkins Development Services Manager said this is a request for a revised preliminary plat request to allow for 73 new townhome units, in addition to the 17 detached units in the phase 1 recorded plat. The revised plat would have 90 total units on 8 acres.
The proposed project will consist of attached 2-story townhomes arranged in clusters ranging from 2 attached units to 7 attached units. The area around the townhomes will be either limited-common or common area. The original preliminary plat for the project was approved by the CC on 11/15/07 and had 75 total units on 8.13 acres (9.2 du/ac) and consisted of mostly detached 2-story units with 10’ separation between the homes.
Wes went over the parking requirements 171 total spaces required for the proposed 73 new units with guest parking included (73 du X 2 = 146 + 25 guest spaces =171 total parking spaces required. Site plan shows 173 parking spaces provided for new area, i.e., area outside of the phase 1 recorded plat.
Staff comments are as follows;
1. The original approved development (Linda Kirkpatrick, developer) went into foreclosure and
the bank took back the property. The new owner purchased the property from the bank and was prepared to complete the project with minor adjustments. During a regular staff review meeting with the project applicants, staff asked the developer if he would consider a different layout than was approved in 2007 for Linda Kirkpatrick, in order to approve the aesthetics of the project. The applicant said he was open to different layouts and unit designs and returned with a revised layout showing attached townhome units in clusters, typically 4-5 two-story units per cluster. The proposed project would look similar to the Southgate townhomes located along I-15 and south of the Southgate golf course. Both the applicant and staff have provided photos of those units and will present those photos at the PC meeting. The revised layout with the attached townhomes, rather than the previously approved detached units with 10’ separation provide a better design and better curb appeal, from staff (& developer’s viewpoint). Although the total project density increases from 9.2 to 11.2 units / acre the project has an overall improved design, and staff believes that good design trumps density. A major focus therefore in considering the revised plat is whether the new layout will improve the project’s appearance.
2. The developer will be required to improve half of 450 North. 450 North is a public roadway
with a 90-foot right-of-way. The interior roads on this project will be private roads that will be maintained by the homeowner’s association.
B Consider a preliminary plat request for “Mulberry Estates” (next to Little Valley
Ranchos) to create forty-two (42) single family residential lots on 19.60 acres. The applicant is Quality Development and the representative is Mr. Stacy Young. The property is zoned R-1-12 (Single family Residential 12,000 square foot minimum lot size) RE-20 (Residential Estate 20,000 square feet minimum lot size) and is located at the NW corner of 3000 East and Crimson Ridge in the Little Valley area. Case No. 2012-PP-016
Wes Jenkins Development Services Manager this request is to approve a 42-lot subdivision on 19.60 acres. The General Plan has this as LDR and there would be 2.45 du per ac.
Staff comments are as follows;
1. Lots 26 and 27 will have a 100-foot buffer setback from the Little Valley Ranchos
subdivision. On the west side of these two lots a 20-foot wide strip of land will be dedicated to the City of St. George for a future equestrian trail.
2. Lots 40 and 41 will have frontage along 3000 East. The developer is requesting to delay
improvements along 3000 East until more of 3000 East is developed. Staff is ok with that request.
C. Consider a preliminary plat request for “Desert Willow Ph 1 & 2 (Formerly Tuscany
Ridge Ph 2 & 3)” to amend a preliminary plat for a one hundred (100) lot residential subdivision on 21.62 acres. The applicant is Plumb Holdings Inc. and the representative is Rosenberg and Associates. The property is zoned R-1-8 (Single Family Residential 8,000 square foot minimum lot size) and is located at 360 North Westridge Drive. Case No. 2012-PPA-015
Wes Jenkins Development Services Manager said this was originally approved for 100 lot subdivision. They would like to amend that request to 80 lots.
Staff comments are as follows;
1. This development was originally approved as a 100 lot subdivision in 2004 with four phases.
The improvements for Phases one and two have been completed and the plat has been recorded. The City has purchased a portion of Phases 3 and 4 of the original subdivision and is planning in the future on expanding the existing City park west of Sunset Elementary school. With the City purchasing a portion of the original development the layout of the original preliminary plat has changed.
2. When this development was originally approved by the City in 2004, the Scott’s who own the
house on the southwest corner of the LDS Church property had worked out an agreement with the original developer that would allow them to subdivide their property to the north of the existing house. In exchange the developer was going to incorporate the Scott’s 50-foot driveway access from Westridge Drive into their development. However, it appears that the new owner has not been able to work out a deal with the Scott’s and the City Parks Department has give a proposal to purchase the Scott’s property on the north of their existing house and incorporate their property into the future park.
Commissioner Wilkinson asked the Scott’s residence has that driveway that goes back to their property, do they have additional property there.
Wes replied they do. They have a 50 ft. lane that comes to their house and they own property on the border to where the park and church will be located. The City offered to buy that piece but Scott’s declined.
D. Consider a preliminary plat request for “Sun River Phase 36” to create thirty-five (35)
lot single family residential subdivision on 9.07 acres. The applicant is Sun River St George Development LLC and the representative is Mr. Scott McCall. The property is zoned PD-R (Planned Development Residential) and is located south of Angel Arch Drive between Pearl Vista Drive and English Ivy Drive in Sun River. Case No. 2012-PP-018
Wes Jenkins Development Services Manager said this is a request to approve a thirty-five (35) lot single family residential subdivision. Staff comments are as follows;
1. There are two proposed drainage channels on the south side of the development to collect runoff
from the hillside and convey the runoff around these lots. The drainage study will have to address the size of these channels.
2. City staff asked that a connection be provided at the end of the cul-de-sac from the
development to the future church site. This would allow owners of these dwelling units access to the church site without having to drive. The developer has contacted the church and they are working on a way to provide cart path/pedestrian access from this subdivision to the church site.
3. Because of the existing topography, the developer is proposing a number of 8-foot high rock
walls to retain the slope between lots.
4. The interior streets in this subdivision will be 30-foot private roadways. The exterior streets will
be public streets.
E. Consider a preliminary plat request for “Valderra Residence Club” to create a thirteen
(13) unit residential planned development on 8.14 acres. The applicant is Valderra Resort and the representative is Mr. Alan Wright. The property is zoned PD-R (Planned Development Residential) and is located on the west side of SR-18 and south of Silver Cloud Drive which is located in Northeast 1/4 and Southeast 1/4 Section 27 T41 South, R 16W SLB&M. Case No. 2012-PP-019. (Staff – Wes J.).
Wes Jenkins Development Services Manager said this is a request to approve a 13 residential planned unit development subdivision. The subdivision is located on 8.14 acres with 1.59 dwelling units per acre. Staff comments; 1) utilities for this project were installed with the Valderra Estates project; 2) the roads will be 40-foot private roads. All of the roadways, except the cul-de-sac, were constructed with the Valderra Estates project.
Consider the reduction of the required side yard setback of ten feet (10’) located along the north property line to a one foot (1’) side yard setback to accommodate a material storage canopy. The property is located at 1217 North 1210 West. The property is zoned C-3 (General Commercial). Mr. Jeff Ence is the applicant and Mr. Ben Shorty is the representative. Case No. 2012-RS-002
Applicant asked for item to be tabled.
CONDITIONAL USE PERMITS
A. Consider a request for a conditional use permit for permission to establish and operate
a Child Day Care. The proposed maximum number of children would be sixteen (16). A city business license and state license are both required. The applicant is Mrs. Steiner. The zoning is R-1-8 (8,000 square foot minimum lot size). The property is located in Bloomington Hills at 1608 Sweetgum Way. Case No. 2012-CUP-008
Ray Snyder Planner II presented a request to establish and operate a child day care. The name of the day care is “Fun Family Day Care”. The applicant is proposing to have a maximum of sixteen (16) children. The hours of operation will be 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and operate Monday through Friday. The children will range from 2 years old to 5 years old, yet occasionally allow infants, or school age children to be accepted. The applicant shall work with the neighborhood to mitigate any drop off and pick up issues. Staff has not received any opposition to this request.
1. Based upon other child day care conditional uses approved by the Planning Commission staff
recommends a maximum of sixteen (16) children only.
2. A final fire inspection would be required prior to operation. The applicant shall comply with
all Fire Department conditions; such as the posting of fire escape routes, smoke alarms, etc.
3. The applicants shall work with the neighborhood to mitigate any drop off and pick up issues.
4. The applicant shall provide a ratio of one adult supervisor/instructor to eight children.
5. The maximum number of children outside shall also require one adult supervisor/instructor to
each eight children.
B. Consider a request for a conditional use permit to construct a detached accessory
garage that would exceed the fifteen (15’) feet height limit for a pitched roof garage. The requested height is twenty-five feet (25’). The property is located on Bella Rosa Court in the Springs Estates subdivision on Lot 102 of Phase 9. The applicants are Mr. and Mrs. Oldroyd. The zoning is RE-12.5 (Residential Estates 12,500 square foot minimum). Case No. 2012-CUP-009
Craig Harvey Planner I presented this item. The applicant would like to construct a detached residential storage and RV garage. The height would exceed the allowable building height of fifteen feet, unless a conditional use permit is granted for a greater height. The property is located in the Springs Estates on Lot 102 of Phase 9. Staff comments;
1. The proposed structure will be located nineteen feet (19’) from the primary structure, fifteen
feet (15’) from the side yard property line, and ten feet (10’) from the rear property line.
2. The proposed structure will not encroach onto any City easements.
3. Because the owner is matching the roof pitch of the proposed home the proposed detached
garage will be able to have an attic storage space that will not be for living area, but for the storage of horse tack. The attic room will have a six foot (6’) ceiling and will be accessed only by pull-down stairs. This space will not be considered a second story.
4. The detached garage will match the proposed home’s exterior finish materials and colors.
PC SCHEDULING AND ULCT
The ULCT (Utah League of Cities and Towns) annual conference will be held in Salt Lake City on Wednesday September 12th through Friday September 15th. Many council members and planning commissioners will be traveling on Tuesday September 11th to attend. As a result, there will not be a Planning Commission (PC) meeting scheduled for September 11th (first Tuesday of the month). Instead, a special PC meeting is proposed to be held one week earlier on September 4th (first Tuesday of the month). It is anticipated that there will be several Final Plats on that agenda. Note that if there is not a meeting on this date, then applicants would have to wait five (5) weeks until the next available PC meeting. It is also proposed to keep the regularly scheduled PC meeting of September 25th (4th Tuesday). Attached for the Planning Commission’s reference is the ULCT annual conference agenda.
Consider approval of the Planning Commission minutes for June 12th and July 10th, 2012.
Meeting adjourned at 7:30 p.m.
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