BOONE COUNTY PLANNING & ZONING COMMISSION

BOONE COUNTY GOVERNMENT CENTER

801 E. WALNUT ST., COLUMBIA, MO.

Thursday, August 20, 1998

Chairperson Kirkpatrick called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m., with a quorum present. Secretary Sloan took Roll Call.

Present: Keith Kirkpatrick, Chairperson Missouri Township

Darin Fugit, Vice Chairperson Columbia Township

Mary Sloan, Secretary Rocky Fork Township

Bill Grace Centralia Township

Jim Green Cedar Township

Frank Abart Public Works Director

Absent: Mike Morgan Bourbon Township

Patricia Smith Perche Township – in attendance 7:10 p.m.

Also present: Stan Shawver, Director Thad Yonke, Staff

Bill Florea, Staff Noel Boyt, Staff

 

Commissioner Abart made and Commissioner Fugit seconded a motion to approve the minutes of July 16, 1998 meeting with no corrections.

Motion passed by acclimation.

Chairman read procedural statement. He advised that the County Commission would meet on Tuesday, September 2, 1998 at 7:00 p.m. if items were approved and forwarded.

 

CONDITIONAL USE PERMITS

 

Request by Jack Overton on behalf of Sprint PCS to place a transmission facility, including a 190’ monopole tower on 57.09 acres located at 5950 Rolling Hills Rd., Columbia.

Bill Florea gave staff report stating that this property is located south of Columbia, east of Highway 63. With the recent annexation of the University of Missouri South Farm, the Columbia Municipal limits are just 1700 feet to the northwest of this site. The proposed site comprises 2500-sq. ft. that will contain a transmission facility including a 190’ tower and related equipment. The tower will be unlighted in accordance with FAA standards. It should be noted that the KOMU Channel 8 tower is 2300’ to the northwest. The lease site is part of a larger 57-acre tract of land. The subject site is zoned A-1 (Agriculture), as is all of the adjacent property. There is C-G (General Commercial) zoning approximately 90 feet to the west of this site. The master plan designates this area as being suitable for agricultural and rural residential land uses. The proposed use is consistent with the master plan. The A-1 zoning is the original zoning for this site. There have been no previous requests submitted on behalf of this site. Staff notified 16 property owners concerning this request. Staff has reviewed the application and has found that it is complete and meets all of the required criteria for approval. Staff recommends that this use be approved.

Ken Jacob, attorney at 1001 E Walnut 201A, Columbia was representing Sprint PCS and Jack Overton. He said they were trying to get a conditional use permit to build a 190’ monopole transmission tower on the property of the Columbia Auto Auction. The need for the tower is to eliminate a gap in coverage between Sprint’s co-location on the TCI tower (near Hwy 63 and I-70) and the Ashland water tower to the south. United States Cellular would enhance their coverage along Hwy. 63. Pending approval of this permit, US Cellular will allow Sprint PCS to put their equipment on their tower on Scott Blvd. Mr. Jacob had in the audience four- (4) person to help with the presentation.

Gary Crabtree, Planning and Zoning specialist with CIS (land acquisition company with Sprint).

Noel Olsen, Radio Frequency Engineer with Sprint.

Doug Goodson, Project Manager with US Cellular.

Jim Nachman who also is a Radio Frequency Engineer for US Cellular.

Mr. Jacob showed large aerial maps of the coverage area. The white area was that of no coverage at present with no tower. Another aerial showing what area would be covered with the tower. He showed pictures of the monopole and the building. He advised that the pole could accommodate a third (3rd) user.

Gary Crabtree 165 N Meramac, Clayton addressed the Commission. He showed a site plan and distances of the placement. The tower would be over 700 ft from Hwy 63 but would not be able to be seen from the road. He stated the pole would not need guide wires. US Cellular would be on top of pole, they would be next down. The area would be fenced and surounded by pine trees. The structures (building) needed would be approximately 62" high, and 30" deep about the size of a refrigerator The pole would not need to be lighted again with no guide wires.

Doug Goodson, 5975 Rockwell Drive, Cedar Rapids, Iowa with US Cellular came forward. He stated mono poles do not fall over, they bend wherever the weak point is. They have a tower in Ashland and a tower located on VanDiver. This is to fill the gap south. Customers have complained that south of Broadway on Hwy 63, they can not make calls because of the hills. Their solution now is to turn the phone off. This is not a satisfactory solution to the customers. He showed pictures of the antennas that would be put on the tower (4 ft. in height). He showed pictures of the actual dish

Mr. Jacob refereed to the applications and the application notebook. He said it meet all the requirements of the ordinance. The impact on the area would be minimal. The KOMU tower has been there for approximately 40 years. There is an auto auction, mobile homes, and a refinery and then most of the homes are agriculture. He did not think that a small 190’ tower would not effect the area very much.

Mr. Jacobs said the last time a tower was presented to them the impact study on towers, weather it impacted property values. He also had studies from three (3) other areas that say basically the same thing. Where towers go, they do not effect property values. As far as traffic, there would maybe two (2) to three (3) vehicles to the site per month. If there were another questions, he and/or any one present would be happy to answer.

Open to public hearing. No one spoke in favor or opposition to the request. Applicant was asked to return.

Chairman Kirkpatrick asked if there had been any consideration to co-locating on the KOMU tower: They said there was a letter in the application that stated that tower had reached it full capacity. The tower did not have the structural capacity to add any more. Both US Cellular and Sprint had contacted KOMU and the flat said NO.

Chairman Kirkpatrick asked there was an applicant for the third slot on the tower? The answer was not as yet but there was space for one more.

Commissioner Sloan asked if the third opening would be cellular? They said yes or it could be a two-way communication. Commissioner Abart asked if it was a requirement to allow space for public service?

Director Shawver stated that if a request were made it would have to be at a reasonable lease.

During presentation Commission Smith was in attendance.

Commissioner Fugit made and Commissioner Abart second motion to approve request by Jack Overton on behalf of Sprint PCS to place a transmission facility, including a 190’ monopole tower on 57.09 acres

located at 5950 Rolling Hills Rd., Columbia.

Darin Fugit yes Frank Abart yes

Jim Green yes Keith Kirkpatrick yes

Bill Grace yes Pat Smith yes

Mary Loan yes

Motion to approve CUP was unanimous. 7 yes

 

REZONING

Request by John Selby, Clifford Selby and Beth Herod to rezone from A-1 (Agriculture) to A-2 (Agriculture) of 17 acres more or less, located at 19501 N. Rangeline Road, Centralia.

Thad Yonke gave staff re port that this property is located on Rangeline Road, approximately 1.6 miles southeast of Centralia. The subject tract is zoned A-1 (Agriculture). Land to the south and west is zoned A-1. Land to the north is zoned A-2. East of this site is Audrain County, so is not zoned. There is a house on this property. The applicants own and farm over 500 acres in this area. All of the land is adjacent and may be farmed efficiently. The subject site, while adjacent to the main farm, is separated by a creek from the rest of the tract. Access to the subject site is limited to Rangeline Road. This property is located within the Centralia R-VI School District and the area served by Public Water District No. 10. The A-1 zoning is the original zoning for this tract of land; there have been no previous requests submitted. The master plan designates this area as being suitable for agriculture and rural residential land uses. The rezoning request is consistent with the master plan. The property has 28 points on the point rating system. Staff notified 4 property owners concerning this request.

Clifford Selby came forward and addressed the Commissioners. He stated he was turning it over to Don Borman.

Don Borman, registered land surveyor in Centralia, MO came forward. He stated that Mr. Selby and his brother and sister are requesting the rezoning because they have a buyer for the house. The current tenant (about 10 years) has been there and wishes to purchase the property. They wish to get rid of the liability of the house. The house in not worth fixing up to them and is worth too much to get rid of it. A plat was done earlier but the zoning was not verified. We thought it was A-2 zoning to be able to split of 2.5 but the current zoning was A-1 requiring 10 acres.

Open to public hearing. No one spoke in favor or opposition to the request. Applicant was asked to return.

Commissioner Abart said it seemed like it would be a pretty low impact and straight forward. Chairman Kirkpatrick said it could not be called spot zoning.

Commissioner Grace asked about the type of sewer. Director Shawver stated it would be an existing system already in place for this site. If and when an addition or remodeling takes place, Environmental Health would then investigate if the system would be in compliance with the regulations.

Commissioner Grace made and Commissioner Fugit seconded motion to approve the request by John Selby, Clifford Selby and Beth Herod to rezone from A-1 (Agriculture) to A-2 (Agriculture) of 17 acres more or less, located at 19501 N. Rangeline Road, Centralia.

Bill Grace yes Darin Fugit yes

Keith Kirkpatrick yes Mary Sloan yes

Jim Green yes Pat Smith yes

Frank Abart yes

Motion to approve rezoning was unanimous. 7 yes

 

 

PLANNED DEVELOPMENTS

 

  1. Request by Sharon Heuer to approve a Final Development Plan and final plat for
  2. Nemow Planned Commercial Development, on 2.86 acres located at 16827 N Old Hwy 63 North, Sturgeon.

    Bill Florea gave staff report stating that this property is located on Old Highway 63 approximately 7 miles south of Sturgeon and 1.5 miles north of the intersection with Highway 124 West. The property is zoned REC (Recreation), all of the surrounding property is zoned A-2 (Agriculture). Upon approval of this Final Development Plan, the zoning will change to C-GP (Planned Commercial). This property was originally zoned A-2, but in 1975, 5 acres were rezoned REC to allow a commercial stable. At some point thereafter, the original barn was converted and used in conjunction with an insulation business. In May 1997, a Review Plan was approved that allows the use of this property for commercial uses. This site is within the service area of Public Water District No. 10, and is within the Harrisburg School District. The master plan designates this area as being suitable for agriculture and rural residential land uses. Staff notified 18 property owners concerning this request. Staff has reviewed the final development plan and finds that it conforms to the approved review plan. Staff recommends approval with waiver requests.

    Dan Brush with Brush and Associates, 506 Nichols, Columbia addressed the Commission on behalf of the owner Sharon Heuer. Mr. Brush said he would answer any questions he would have.

    Open to public hearing. No one spoke in favor or opposition to the request. Applicant was asked to return.

    Chairman Kirkpatrick confirmed with staff that the parking would require a chip and seal. Director Shawver agreed.

    Commissioner Abart asked what the waiver request was. Mr. Florea said that along with the plat they had requested a waiver to the cost benefit analysis for the onsite sewer and for traffic study.

    Chairman Kirkpatrick said the plan would need a motion and the plat would need a motion.

    Commissioner Sloan made and Commissioner Fugit seconded motion to approve request by Sharon Heuer to approve a Final Development Plan for Nemow Planned Commercial Development, on 2.86 acres located at 16827 N Old Hwy 63 North, Sturgeon.

    Mary Sloan yes Darin Fugit yes

    Keith Kirkpatrick yes Frank Abart yes

    Pat Smith yes Jim Green yes

    Bill Grace yes

    Motion to approve Final Development Plan was unanimous. 7 yes

     

    Request by Sharon Heuer to approve a final plat for Nemow Planned Commercial Development, on 2.86 acres located at 16827 N Old Hwy 63 North, Sturgeon.

    Bill Florea gave staff report on the plat stating that the property is located on Old Highway 63 North just south of the intersection with Bill Lawrence Road approximately 1.5 miles north of Highway 124. The zoning will be changed from REC to C-GP upon approval of the final development plan that was presented to you earlier tonight. Approval of this plat will separate the area within the rezoning from the balance of the property owned by the subdivider.

    The existing access point is from Old 63. The applicant has requested a waiver of the requirement to provide a traffic analysis.

    The property is in the Water District Number 10 service area.

    The applicant is proposing to use on site wastewater disposal. An area suitable for a wastewater lagoon and adjacent effluent easement are shown on the plat. The applicant has requested a waiver of the requirements to provide a wastewater cost benefit analysis.

    The property scored 30 points on the rating system.

    Staff recommends approval of the plat and waiver requests.

    Dan Brush with Brush and Associates, 506 Nichols, Columbia addressed the Commission on behalf of the owner Sharon Heuer. Mr. Brush said he would answer any questions he would have.

    Chairman Kirkpatrick asked Commissioner Abart if he objected to the waiver of the traffic analysis.

    Commissioner Abart said that based on what he saw, he did not object to the traffic analysis being waived.

    Commissioner Fugit made and Commissioner Green seconded motion to approve request by Sharon Heuer to approve the final plat for Nemow Planned Commercial Development, on 2.86 acres located at 16827 N Old Hwy 63 North, Sturgeon with staff recommendations.

    Darin Fugit yes Jim Green yes

    Frank Abart yes Pat Smith yes

    Bill Grace yes Mary Sloan yes

    Keith Kirkpatrick yes

    Motion to approve the final plat was unanimous. 7 yes

     

  3. Request by Velma Valdovines to approve a Review Plan for Valdovines

Planned Residential Development on 4.72 acres, located at 1811 Fenton Rd., Columbia.

Thad Yonke gave staff report stating that this property is located on Fenton Road, approximately 2 miles north of the Columbia municipal limits. The tract is zoned A-R (Agriculture Residential), as is all of the surrounding land. There is a singlewide mobile home with an addition on the property. The applicant would like to add a second dwelling unit. The only way a second dwelling unit can be added to a tract this small is by platting the tract into two lots, or by having a Planned Development approved. Platting the land into two lots would create a lot smaller than 2.5 acres. Consequently, a centralized wastewater system would have to be designed and installed to serve the two units. The applicant prefers to install individual, on-site wastewater systems to serve each unit. An additional factor for consideration is that the planned development regulations do not prohibit a mobile home from being placed on this land. The presence of the existing mobile home means that adding a second singlewide will make this, by definition a mobile home park. The property is not zoned for a mobile home park, and so, if approved, a condition of approval should be that the second dwelling should be site built or a modular home. The Commission also may want to consider a condition that should the existing mobile home be removed, it can only be replaced with a modular or site built home. Additionally, there are a number of disabled vehicles and salvage materials on the site. The Commission may also wish to consider a condition requiring that these zoning violations be eliminated before any occupancy of the new unit is allowed. The A-R zoning is the original zoning for this tract. There have been no previous requests submitted. The site is in Water District #7 and there is a 3 inch water line on the south side of Fenton Road. The site is within the Columbia School District. This development has 50 points on the point rating scale. The master plan designates this area as being suitable for residential land uses. The proposed use as a planned development is consistent with the master plan. Staff notified 50 property owners concerning this request.

Velma Valdovines, owner came forward. She stated she wanted to put a double wide on the property to live in.

Dan Brush with Brush and Associates, 506 Nichols, Columbia addressed the Commission on behalf of the owner Valdovines. Mr. Brush said he would answer any questions from the Commissioners.

Chairman Kirkpatrick asked if Ms. Valdovines understood what staff said about additional homes on the tract would have to be site built homes or modular but no single wide. When the existing single wide is removed it can not be replaced with another single wide. Ms. Valdovines acknowledged yes.

Open to public hearing. No one spoke in favor or opposition to the request. Director Shawver spoke up and said he had received two (2) letters in opposition to the request. One letter was from Janis Stober, 1920 Fenton Road and one was from Mr. and Mrs. Donald Benell, Hedrick IA owners of the property at 1920 Fenton Road. Director Shawver gave copies to the Commissioners to review.

Closed to public hearing. Chairman Kirkpatrick asked Ms. Valdovines about the zoning violations that were mentioned. Mr. Yonke stated a number of phone calls were for the disabled vehicles parked along the tree line towards the back of the property. There was concern of the property not being cleaned up.

Ms. Valdovines said the vehicles across the branch between the properties did not belong to her.

They belonged to the other side, however she could have the disabled vehicles removed. Chairman Kirkpatrick said the only way he could support her request was that the zoning violations be cleaned up to the satisfaction of the Planning and Building Inspection Department.

Commissioner Grace asked that we were requiring a site built home, and yet the plan says proposed new mobile home or is that the language? Mr. Yonke said that would need to be changed. Chairman Kirkpatrick said that would be in conflict and would need to be a condition.

Commissioner Grace asked if she lived in the mobile home on the site? Ms. Valdovines said no, her son lives there but if the request were approved, she would live there in a new home.

Director Shawver said this was not a rezoning, they would have to approve the planned development for Ms. Valdovines to have a second dwelling on one lot without it being platted.

Commissioner Green asked clarification on the site be brought into compliance with the zoning ordinance by eliminating junk/disabled vehicles. Was this the entire 5 acre tract? Director Shawver agreed and stated yes, regardless if the request was approved or not, there are zoning violations and our office would be following up for enforcement.

Commissioner Abart made and Commissioner Fugit seconded motion to approve request by Velma Valdovines to approve a Review Plan for Valdovines Planned Residential Development on 4.72 acres, located at 1811 Fenton Rd., Columbia with conditions by staff and addition of #4:

  1. The second dwelling unit should be a modular or site built home.
  2. If the existing single wide home is removed, it should be replaced with a modular or site built home.
  3. The site be brought into compliance with the zoning ordinance by eliminating any existing zoning violations such as having junk/disabled vehicles and salvage materials removed from the property prior to occupancy of the new unit.
  4. Change wording on Review Plan from "proposed location of mobile home" to "proposed location of modular or site built home".

Frank Abart yes Darin Fugit yes

Keith Kirkpatrick yes Mary Sloan yes

Bill Grace yes Jim Green yes

Pat Smith yes

Motion to approve Review Plan with condition was unanimous. 7 yes

 

 

PLAT REVIEWS

1. Spencer Hills, preliminary plat. R-M. S24-T49-R13N. NBC Inc., owner. J. Daniel Brush, surveyor.

Bill Florea gave staff report stating that this property is located east of and adjacent to Clearview Subdivision, approximately one mile north of Columbia. The property is zoned Moderate Density Residential, R-M. The proposal is to create 10 lots for single family dwellings and 20 lots for duplexes, which would create a total of 50 dwelling units.

The project includes extension of two public road stubs, Sacketts Road and Harold Court. Both stubs were created by the platting of Clearview Subdivision Plat Number 7. Both roads will be continued to the boundary of adjacent properties. The County Subdivision Regulations require temporary turnaround easements to be established at the end of streets that stub to adjacent properties. The applicants are proposing to place the easements on the adjacent properties. They have provided draft easements, which would give them the ability to do so. A condition will be included in the recommendation section of this report to ensure establishment of the easements prior to final plat approval. The applicant has requested a waiver of the requirement to provide a traffic analysis. The Public Works Department indicated opposition to the waiver request.

Wastewater will be handled through improvements to the existing Clearview wastewater system. Completion of the improvements is scheduled no later than June 1999. The sewer district has indicated that sewer service for 50 units can be provided upon completion of a suitable agreement between the district and the developer.

The City of Columbia will provide potable water service. There is an existing 6-inch water line in Clearview. The developer will be required to install a main extension in accordance with City Standards.

The proposal scores 84 points on the rating system.

Staff recommends approval subject to the following conditions:

  1. The proposed offsite temporary turnaround easements must be executed and filed for record with the Boone County Recorder of Deeds prior to final plat approval.
  2. The applicant must complete a traffic analysis under the supervision of the County Engineer. The applicant must comply with all findings and requirements of the traffic analysis.

Dan Brush with Brush and Associates, 506 Nichols, Columbia addressed the Commission on behalf of the owner. He said the off site temporary turn around easement, they were in the process of obtaining from the owners. Mr. Brush said he would answer any questions from the Commissioners.

Chairman Kirkpatrick asked Commissioner Abart if he would like to see the traffic analysis? Commissioner Abart said yes, with this many houses he would like to see how it would impact the area and where it would feed onto.

Commissioner Sloan made and Commissioner Abart seconded motion to approve Spencer Hills, preliminary plat, with staff recommendations.

  1. The proposed offsite temporary turnaround easements must be executed and filed for record with the Boone County Recorder of Deeds prior to final plat approval.
  2. The applicant must complete a traffic analysis under the supervision of the County Engineer. The applicant must comply with all findings and requirements of the traffic analysis.

Mary Sloan yes Frank Abart yes

Keith Kirkpatrick yes Darin Fugit yes

Bill Grace yes Jim Green yes

Pat Smith yes

Motion to approve Spencer Hills with recommendations was unanimous. 7 yes

2. Kyd Subdivision. S2-T47N-R13W. A-R. Margaret S. Kyd Trust, owner. J. Daniel Brush, surveyor.

Bill Florea gave staff report that the property is on the south side of Old Plank Road east of and adjacent to Walnut Brook Subdivision. The property is zoned Agriculture Residential (A-R). There is an existing residence on proposed Lot 1. Approval of the subdivision will result in the creation of two lots out of an existing 18-acre tract.

Both lots will have direct access to Old Plank Road. The applicant has submitted a request to waive the requirement to provide a traffic analysis.

Wastewater will be disposed of using small on-site systems. The existing lagoon on Lot 1 and a proposed on-site wastewater treatment area for Lot 2 is shown on the plat. The applicant has submitted a request to waive the requirement to provide a wastewater cost/benefit analysis.

Consolidated Public Water District Number 1 will provide potable water service through an existing 2" water main. There is an existing service to the residence on Lot 1.

The proposal scores 69 points on the rating system.

Staff recommends approval of the request along with granting of the waiver requests.

Dan Brush with Brush and Associates, 506 Nichols, Columbia addressed the Commission on behalf of the owner.

Commissioner Grace made and Commissioner Abart seconded motion to approve Kyd Subdivision with staff recommendation of waiver requests.

Bill Grace yes Frank Abart yes

Keith Kirkpatrick yes Darin Fugit yes

Mary Sloan yes Jim Green yes

Pat Smith yes

Motion to approve Kyd Subdivision with recommendations was unanimous. 7 yes

 

 

3. Mill Creek Terrace Plat 3. S34-T48N-R13W. A-R. Bob and Bonnie Stewart, owners. Bill R. Crockett, surveyor.

Bill Florea gave staff report that the project is located on Mill Creek Terrace approximately one half-mile south of the intersection of Nifong and Old Mill Creek Road. The property is zoned Agriculture Residential (A-R). There is an existing house on proposed Lot 6. Approval of the subdivision will result in one additional building lot.

Both lots will have frontage on and access to Mill Creek Terrace. The applicant has submitted a request to waive the requirement to provide a traffic analysis.

Consolidated Public Water District Number One will provide potable water service. A two-inch line that ends near the northwest corner of proposed Lot 7 is currently serving the existing house.

The applicant is proposing to use small on-site wastewater systems and has designed the subdivision so that both lots are greater than 2.5 acres in area. An area suitable for the location of a wastewater lagoon is shown on the plat. The applicant has submitted a request to waive the requirement to provide a cost benefit analysis.

The proposal scores 73 on the point rating system.

Staff recommends approval of the plat and waiver requests.

Tim Crockett with Crockett Engineering, 2608 N Stadium Blvd., Columbia was present to represent Mr. And Mrs. Bob Stewart. Intent is to split the tract into two lots and sell one to the daughter.

Commissioner Abart noticed that on lot 6 there was an existing sanitary sewer easement. Was that a direct connect with the City of Columbia? Mr. Crockett said that the existing home is connected to the city sewer. Commissioner Abart asked if there was some reason it was not desirable to connect another house to the same sewer? Mr. Crockett said to connect to sewer a request for annexation and to do so they would have to extend the city water over 2,000 ft. at a cost of over $30,000 to do the water line.

Commissioner Abart stated that to extend a sanitary sewer line 300’ at an interest of cleaning up the environment, they want to extend a $30,000.00 water line. Mr. Crockett agreed, and said exactly.

Commissioner Abart made and Commissioner Fugit seconded motion to approve Mill Creek Terrace Plat 3 with staff recommendations for waiver to the requirement to provide a wastewater cost benefit analysis.

Frank Abart yes Darin Fugit yes

Pat Smith yes Jim Green yes

Bill Grace yes Mary Sloan yes

Keith Kirkpatrick yes

Motion to approve Mill Creek Terrace Plat 3 with recommendations was unanimous. 7 yes

 

4. Setter’s Knoll, preliminary plat. S11-T46N-R12W. R-S. William B and Kimberly martin, owners. C. Stephen Heying, surveyor.

Thad Yonke gave staff report that this 65 lot plat is located on the north side of State Highway Y about 2000 feet east of the intersection of Route Y & Robbie Forbis Road. This plat shares a boundary line with both Pop’s Place minor subdivision and Pop’s Place 2 minor subdivision. The site is approximately 700 feet west of the municipal limits of the City of Ashland. The area of the proposed subdivided contains approximately 32.09 acres. This property is zoned R-S, (Residential – Single Family) as is the adjoining property to the west between this plat and the City of Ashland. The zoning of the property to the north and south of this plat is split roughly in half with the western portions being zoned R-S while the eastern portions are zoned A-2 (Agriculture). The property to the east of this plat is zoned A-2. All the zonings are original 1973 zonings except that the eastern portion of the proposed plat itself was rezoned from A-2 to R-S in June of this year. These zonings are the original 1973 zonings. Water service will be provided to the site by Consolidated Public Water District #1. There is currently a 6" waterline near the northeast corner of the plat. Fire hydrants will be required within this plat at spacing and with fire flows that will need to be approved by both the water and fire districts. Sewage treatment is proposed to be from a central collection system located on lot 57 and this system will need to be permitted and approved by DNR. The BCRSD will have to inspect and approve the sewer system as well. The Sewer District, at its own option, can require the maintenance and operation of the system be turned over to them. Some of the proposed road names have been approved by JCIC while a few of the current proposed names are replacements for names not approved by JCIC and these names will need to be approved by JCIC or acceptable alternates approved. This plat has 80 points on the point rating scale.

Staff recommends approval subject to the following condition: That JCIC approve all the remaining road names.

Bill Martin, owner was present and Stephen Heying, Heying Surveying, 1202 Madison was also present.

Mr. Heying said it was not feasible to go 2,000 with a force main and a pump station and still fight the fact Ashland is trying to get an expansion project approved. Because it has not been approved, Ashland can not support this load. The current design will be a recalculating sand filter. The water from the East Side of Hwy. 63 will not serve fire flows, but details will be worked out with the Fire District.

Commissioner Fugit made and Commissioner Green seconded motion to approve Setter’s Knoll, preliminary plat with staff recommendations that JCIC approve all the remaining road names.

Darin Fugit yes Jim Green yes

Bill Grace yes Keith Kirkpatrick yes

Mary Sloan yes Pat Smith yes

Frank Abart yes

Motion to approve Setter’s Knoll with staff recommendations was unanimous. 7 yes

Chairman Kirkpatrick noticed that the signature blocks were not in ink. Chairman Kirkpatrick stated that it would be in ink before he would sign.

 

5. Weil Subdivision. S5-T50N-R13W. A-2. Michael Weil and Kimberly Woods, owners. Gene C. Bowen, surveyor.

Bill Florea gave staff report that this proposal is located on Route NN approximately 2 miles east of Harrisburg. The property is zoned Agriculture (A-2). There are currently no structures on the property although the owner is in the process of placing a mobile home on proposed Lot 1.

Both lots will have direct access to Route NN. The access for Lot 2 will be a 25 foot by 200-foot stem running along the south property line of Lot 1. The applicant has submitted a request to waive the requirement to provide a traffic analysis.

The subdivision is within the Water District Number 10 service area.

Small on site systems will be used to dispose of wastewater. Areas suitable for the location of on site systems have been shown on the plat. The applicant has submitted a request to waive the requirement to provide a wastewater cost benefit analysis.

The subdivision scores 41 points on the rating system.

Staff recommends approval of the subdivision and waiver requests.

Gene Bowen, Armstrong MO was present to answer any questions.

Commissioner Fugit made and Commissioner Abart seconded motion to approve Weil Subdivision with staff recommendations for waiver to the requirement to provide a wastewater cost benefit analysis.

Darin Fugit yes Frank Abart yes

Keith Kirkpatrick yes Mary Sloan yes

Bill Grace yes Jim Green yes

Pat Smith yes

Motion to approve Weil Subdivision with recommendations was unanimous. 7 yes

 

OLD BUSINESS

Director Shawver gave report on items from the July 16th Planning and Zoning Meeting that went to the County Commission on July 28th

Hancox Plaza Planned Commercial Development located at 4350 E Hwy HH, Columbia.

County Commission supported P & Z recommendation to approve.

New Town Planned Development, located at 1900 W Rte K, Columbia.

County Commission supported P & Z recommendation to approve.

Turkey Creek Estates Planned Development, located at 5200 E. Deer Park Rd., Columbia.

County Commission supported P & Z recommendation to approve.

Director Shawver wanted to welcome Pat Smith to the Commission.

NEW BUSINESS

ADJOURN

Being no further business the meeting was adjourned at 8:25 p.m.

Respectfully submitted,

 

 

Mary Sloan

Secretary

Minutes approved on this 17th, day of September, 1998.