February 9, 2011 Agenda & Minutes
LAVERKIN CITY PLANNING COMMISSION AGENDA
Wednesday, February 9, 2011, 6:00 P.M.
City Council Chambers, 111 South Main Street
LaVerkin, Utah 84745
I. Call To Order: Chair Anna Andregg
Invocation and Pledge of Allegiance
II. Approval of Minutes:
Commission may approve the minutes of the January 12, 2011 regular meeting
III. Approval of Agenda:
Beautification Committee, Economic Development Committee, Trails Committee,
Director of Operations will present updates on meetings and activities.
A. Vision exercise presentation by Kevin Bennett
B. Discussion on the concept of Commercial Planned Unit Development (CPUD)
C. Discussion on the concept of multiple family dwellings on large lots
D. Report on the Commissioner's concerns on the Drainage Study
In compliance with the American with Disabilities Act, individuals needing special accommodations (including auxiliary communicative aids and services) during this meeting should notify Kyle Gubler, City Recorder, (435) 635-2581, at least 48 hours in advance.
Certificate of Posting
The undersigned City Recorder does hereby certify that the agenda was sent to each member of the governing body, sent to the Spectrum newspaper, posted on the State website at http://pmn.utah.gov, posted on the LaVerkin City website at www.laverkin.org
and in the following public places within LaVerkin City limits on this February 4, 2011
These public places being: 1) LaVerkin City office building 111 S. Main; 2) LaVerkin City office building 435 N. Main;
LAVERKIN CITY PLANNING COMMISSION MINUTES
Wednesday, March 9, 2011, 6:00 P.M.
City Council Chambers, 111 South Main Street
LaVerkin, Utah 84745
Present: Chair Anna Andregg; Commissioners: Michael Hinckley, Allen Bice, and Richard Hirschi; Staff: Kyle Gubler, Derek Imlay, Kevin Bennett, Katie Wilson; Public: Ray Justice, Lara Penrod
Call to Order: Chair Anna Andregg at 6:00 pm. Invocation and pledge of allegiance was given by Derek Imlay.
Derek Imlay was allowed a few moments before commencing with the agenda. He stated that the Hillside Ordinance (Business Item C) is not for tonight but for the Commissioners to look over the information given in the packet. There was a short discussion between Derek and Commissioner Hirschi concerning the Washington City Hillside Ordinance.
Approval of Minutes:
Motion made by Commissioner Hirschi to approve the minutes of January 12, 2010 regular meeting, second by Commissioner Hinckley. Motion carried with Andregg, Hinckley, Hirschi, and Bice voting yes.
Approval of Agenda:
Motion made by Commissioner Bice to approve agenda, second by Commissioner Hinckley. Motion carried with Andregg, Hinckley, Hirschi and Bice voting yes.
1. Beautification Committee: Allen Bice reported that they are in a "holding pattern". The committee is pushing forward with the Crescent Project. Questar has given a sign easement at the north end of town. He also mentioned a La Verkin Stake service project.
2. Economic Development Committee: nothing
3. Trails Committee: nothing
4. Director of Operations: Derek Imlay reported.
a. He is hoping to have the irrigation water turned on tomorrow for the town. They will bring the water in slowly and stop every block to check for breaks from this winter's deep freeze. The culinary water lines had problems so he suspects the irrigation will also. He expects to have the lines fully pressurized on Monday or Tuesday. The water is scheduled to be on the 15th. WCWCD turned the water to the city last week. They turned on the new filters and a representative from the company came and taught them how to run it. A blow off valve at the filter station had a freeze and broke. There was discussion concerning the drain off valves.
b. LaGrande Imlay is La Verkin's Volunteer Coordinator and he had over 30 youth from the local group homes working for 6 hours on city property and at Zion View Estates. They burned a lot of tumbleweeds which saved many man hours.
c. Commissioner Hirschi questioned Derek about tires left on State Street. Derek stated that it costs the city money to dispose of them but they don't want to leave them lying around. The state is supposed to pick them up.
d. Commissioner Andregg questioned Derek about Maverik tearing everything down. Derek stated that Maverik had originally planned on renovating the original building but the basement had a support beam that was sagging so they decided to demolish the entire thing. The plans are really nice with grassy areas and picnic tables. He invited the commissioners to come to the main office and look at the plans.
e. The paving project will be advertised for the next 2 weekends and the city will open the bids on March 30th. Depending on the price of oil, repaving will take place in Zion View Estates and up Main Street from 500 North. If there is not enough money in the budget then they will start paving on the older sections of ZVE. They will begin in the middle of April. Derek explained to the Commission the process involved.
•A. Discussion of CPUD and commercial development ordinance and setting public hearing thereon. Kevin Bennett appreciated the Commissioners reading through such a large packet. He explained why there was so much information. Kevin also explained what the ordinance will contain.
The owners in the subdivided buildings, not the city, will have to enforce the association rules similar to an HOA.
Motion made by Commissioner Hirschi to authorize ordinance to go to public hearing on April 13, 2011, second by Commissioner Bice. Motion carried with Andregg, Hinckley, Hirschi and Bice voting yes.
•B. Preliminary approval of plat and Mylar for Gateway Business Park. Derek Imlay had a utility meeting for the LaVerkin Business Park (name wrong on the agenda) owned by Bart and Lara Penrod. He passed the notes from that meeting to the Commissioners as well as a flowchart. He showed and explained the plat. A buyer can buy more than one unit but in order to make more units than shown on the Mylar then another subdivision will have to be approved. Discussion was made concerning the emergency access and separation walls.
Derek referred to the flowchart he gave to the Commissioners and explained the process for LaVerkin Business Park to get final approval. All the information has to be in by March 28, 2011 for public hearing on April 13, 2011.
Motion made by Commissioner Hinckley to accept the preliminary plat for the LaVerkin Business Park and authorize it to go to public hearing for preliminary and final plat approval, second by Commissioner Hirschi. Motion carried with Andregg, Hinckley, Hirschi and Bice voting yes.
•C. Discussion of the Hillside Ordinance - taken off the agenda.
Motion made to adjourn by Commissioner Hinckley, second by Commissioner Bice. Motion carried with Andregg, Hinckley, Hirschi, and Bice voting yes at 7:09 pm.
Minutes taken on behalf of the City Recorder by Katie Wilson
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