BOONE COUNTY PLANNING & ZONING COMMISSION

BOONE COUNTY GOVERNMENT CENTER

801 E. WALNUT ST., COLUMBIA, MO.

Thursday, May 20, 1999

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

Mike Morgan Bourbon Township

Jim Green Cedar Township

Patricia Smith Perche Township

Frank Abart Director of Public Works arrived 7:01 p.m.

Absent: Vacant Centralia Township

Also present: Stan Shawver, Director Thad Yonke, Staff

Bill Florea, Staff Noel Boyt, Staff

 

Commissioner Fugit made and Commissioner Green seconded a motion to approve the minutes of April 15, 1999, meeting with no corrections.

Motion passed by acclimation.

Procedural Statement was read. Items will go before the County Commission at 7:00 p.m.

Tuesday, June 1, 1999.

Chairman Kirkpatrick advised there were two changes to the agenda.

    1. Windy Point Partners. LLC – CUP @ 301 W Mauller Rd. – tabled till 6-17-99
    2. George Godas – Review Plan @ 1601 W Rte K – issue tabled until further notice.

CONDITIONAL USE PERMITS

  1. Request by Ronald and Sharon Basinger for a permit for an Outdoor Recreational Facility on 15 acres, more or less, located at 6157 E Forsee Rd., Ashland.

Thad Yonke gave staff report stating that this property is located south of the city of Ashland at the intersection of Forsee Road and Highway 63. The property is zoned A-2 (Agriculture). Land to the south is zoned A-R (Agriculture Residential), land to the east is zoned A-2. The area to the north and west are within the Ashland City limits. The applicant is requesting a conditional use permit for a privately operated outdoor recreational facility. This will include golf driving range and batting cages. The applicant will also sell recreational supplies related to the business as well as snacks. The original zoning for this tract is A-2. In 1991, 3.67 acres of the original parcel were rezoned to A-R and a conditional use permit was issued for a day-care center, which is still in operation. The Master Plan designates this are as being suitable for residential land uses. Staff notified 18 property owners about this request. The proposed use, as a recreational facility is consistent with the need to provide recreational opportunities to neighborhoods. Staff recommends approval.

Ronald (Ronnie) Basinger, 6157 Forsee Rd., Ashland, came forward. He passed around schematics of the property. He said they wanted to take the north 700-ft of the property and change it into a driving range with a batting cage. For office space he wanted to relocate a mobile home already on the property. The mobile home would be used for storage and office space. Then maybe in a year or two they could get something better. The area from the highway is facing east. Lighting in the evening would be away from the highway. He felt it would be back from the property lines and not interfere with the privacy of the surrounding neighbors. It would be 300 yards long and he felt that was plenty long not to have any stray golf balls.

Commissioner Fugit asked how close were the other property owners. Mr. Basinger said the neighbors to the north were approximately 250 ft. away and half of that is wooded. Neighbor to the east is 300 yards. Mr. Basinger said he owns the property to the south for another 800-ft.

Chairman Kirkpatrick asked what the hours of operation would be. Mr. Basinger said early in the morning until 10 o’clock at night.

Open to the public. In favor of the request.

Judith Meyer, 912 Golden Eye Court, Ashland. (Resident of Eagle Lakes – development across the highway) came forward. She said she did not object to the development. She did have a concern about traffic congestion. In the two- (2) years she has lived there, she had already seen a couple of major accidents. She wanted to know if the state would be putting in a left turn lanes?

No one spoke in opposition. Closed public hearing.

Mr. Basinger re-addressed the Commission. He asked if this was approved, would he road needed to be dust free? Chairman Kirkpatrick said yes, it would have to be at least chip and seal. Basinger asked if he could have a 6 month time table to have that completed. Chairman Kirkpatrick said he personally would be unwilling to go along with such an extension.

Commissioner Smith asked Mr. Basinger if he could compare this facility with existing ones and their traffic impact. He stated that the other facilities have minimal impact on traffic.

Commissioner Fugit asked if the lighting had been planned? Mr. Basinger said he had not gotten into that yet. He advised lighting would be similar to other the driving ranges around Columbia.

Commissioner Sloan asked what would be the schedule of operation. Mr. Basinger said he thought it would be six- (6) months out of the year. But he was not sure.

Commissioner Sloan asked where would the customers come from? Mr. Basinger stated he thought they would be from the Ashland Area.

Chairman Kirkpatrick stated that if the Conditional Use Permit was approved, he thought the hours and the lighting should be in the motion.

Commissioner Abart asked staff of the other CUP requests of the same nature, what were the hours and limitations that were restricted? Director Shawver advised that Tiger T was originally a CUP permit with hours going to 10:00 o’clock at night. Lighting was to be directed away from the highway. Subsequently the property was rezoned to Rec. (Recreational) and no requirement for a Conditional Use Permit. The Perche Creek Golf Club was a rezoning request to REC and it did not have any conditions.

Commissioner Abart made and Commissioner Morgan seconded a motion to approve the request by Ronald and Sharon Basinger for a permit for an Outdoor Recreational Facility on 15 acres, more or less, located at 6157 E Forsee Rd., Ashland with conditions:

  1. Hours of operation from 6:00 a.m. until 10:00 p.m.
  2. Lighting to be directed away from highway being inward and downward.

Frank Abart yes Mike Morgan yes

Darin Fugit yes Jim Green yes

Pat Smith yes Keith Kirkpatrick yes

Mary Sloan yes

Motion was unanimously approved 7 yes

 

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  1. ** Request by Windy Point Partners, L.L.C. for a permit for a mobile home park as a component of Windy Point Planned Development, located at 301 W. Mauller Rd., Columbia **(the applicant has indicated that they will request this matter be tabled until the next meeting – 6/17/99).

** This matter tabled until the meeting 6-17-99

 

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REZONING

  1. Request by Effie M. Old and Willie M. Old to rezone from A-1 (Agriculture) to A-2 (Agriculture)

of 60 acres, more or less, located at 6551 E. Zumwalt Road, Hartsburg.

Bill Florea gave staff report stating that this property is located 3 ½ miles south of Ashland. The property is zoned A-1 (Agriculture). Land to the north is zoned A-2. To the southeast and west land is zoned A-1. There is a mobile home on the site. If the rezoning request is granted, the applicant will family transfer at least 2.5 acres to his grandson to build a house and the mobile home will be removed. The original zoning for this tract is A-1. There have been no previous requests submitted for this property. The Master Plan designates this area as beige suitable for agricultural and rural residential land uses. Staff notified 9 property owners about this request. The proposed use is consistent with the master plan and the subject tract is adjacent to similarly zoned land. Staff recommends approval of this request.

Willie M Old, 6350 E Zumwalt Rd, Hartsburg came forward with Craig Smith, (his grandson) 6551 Zumwalt Rd., Hartsburg also came forward. Mr. Smith said his grandfather and he wanted to change the zoning so Mr. Smith could put a house on the property without being deeded 10 acres. He continued that this was not an attempt for a future development. This was just a way to accomplish putting a house on the property without losing productive farm land.

Mr. Old said he just wanted to give his grandson a place to build a home.

Open to the public. No one spoke in favor or opposition to the request. Closed public hearing.

Commissioner Green said the site was suitable to build a home on.

Commissioner Green made and Commissioner Smith seconded a motion to approve the request by Effie M. Old and Willie M. Old to rezone from A-1 (Agriculture) to A-2 (Agriculture) of 60 acres, more or less, located at 6551 E. Zumwalt Road, Hartsburg.

Jim Green yes Pat Smith yes

Keith Kirkpatrick yes Darin Fugit yes

Mary Sloan yes Mike Morgan yes

Frank Abart yes

Motion to approve was unanimous. 7 yes

 

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PLANNED DEVELOPMENTS

  1. ** Request by George Godas to approve a revised Review Plan for a previously approved review plan located at 1601 W. Rte. K, Columbia.
  2. ** The applicant has requested this matter to be tabled until further notice.

     

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  3. Request by Betty Fountain and Jay and Mary Dix to approve a Final Development Plan and a final plat for a portion of Copper Creek Planned Residential Development, located at 7901 E St. Charles Rd., Columbia.

Bill Florea gave staff report stating that the property is located 2 miles east of Columbia on St. Charles Road and is in the Columbia School District. The zoning is Agriculture A-2 that is the original zoning. All of the surrounding property is zoned A-2. In 1997, the commission received a request to rezone a 42-acre portion of the property to REC for a recreation center. That request was denied. In December of 1998, the Commission approved a Review Plan and Preliminary Plat for a 40-lot subdivision. In March 1998 the Planning and Zoning Commission recommended denial of a rezoning request, review plan and preliminary plat increasing the number of lots to 64. That decision was appealed to the County Commission, which approved the proposal with two conditions. Those conditions are, 1) Lots 1,33,34 and 37 be prohibited from directly accessing St. Charles Road. 2) A buffering plan shall be provided for the wastewater tract.

The current proposal includes a Final plat for 10 lots and a Final Development Plan for 12 lots. According to County Regulations both final plats and final plans may by phased, but there is no requirement that the phasing of the final plat and final plan be synchronous.

This plat includes construction of portions of Payette Dive and Whitewater Drive. The rights of way for those streets will be dedicated on this plat.

Water service will be provided by Water District Number 9. Fire hydrant spacing and location will meet the standards of Boone County, Water District Number 9 and the Boone County Fire District.

The developer will build a wastewater treatment facility for sewage disposal. Upon completion of the plant, it will be transferred to Boone County Regional Sewer District for operation and maintenance.

Note 7 on the final plat and Note 5 on the final plan restrict access to St. Charles Road from lots 1 and 10. This complies with Condition Number 1 of the Approved Review Plan. A buffering plan for the wastewater treatment facility, located on lot 6 has been submitted. A combination of existing vegetation and a planted hedge will be used to screen the facility from neighboring properties. The buffering plan satisfies Condition Number 2 of the Review Plan.

The proposal scored 58 points on the rating system.

Staff recommends approval of the final plat and final plan.

Jim Patchett, Patchett & Company, 1512 Business Loop 70 W., Columbia addressed the Commission. He said there were 12 lots on the final plan, 10 on the final plat. They were intending to plat 12 lots until they discovered they would have problems in crossing the gas transmission lines with the sewer. Lots 11 and 12 will have to be served through Phase 2, which they had planned on submitting (Monday, May 24, 1999).

Open to the public. No one spoke in favor or opposition to the request. Closed to public hearing.

Chairman Kirkpatrick asked staff if they were satisfied. Mr. Florea said yes.

Request by Betty Fountain and Jay and Mary Dix to approve a Final Development Plan Copper Creek Planned Residential Development, located at 7901 E St. Charles Rd., Columbia.

Frank Abart yes Jim Green yes

Pat Smith yes Mike Morgan yes

Mary Sloan yes Darin Fugit yes

Keith Kirkpatrick yes

Motion to approve was unanimous. 7 yes

Jim Patchett, made a comment after the vote that he did take plat 1 off the Final Development Plan.

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Request by Betty Fountain and Jay and Mary Dix to approve a final plat for a portion of Copper Creek Planned Residential Development, located at 7901 E St. Charles Rd., Columbia.

Frank Abart yes Jim Green yes

Mike Morgan yes Pat Smith yes

Mary Sloan yes Darin Fugit yes

Keith Kirkpatrick yes

Motion to approve final plat was unanimous. 7 yes

 

PLAT REVIEWS

  1. Hancox Plaza, preliminary plat. C-GP. S9-T49N-R12W. Nichol’s Properties, L.L.C., owner. Bill R. Crockett, surveyor.
  2. Thad Yonke gave report stating that this 7 lot preliminary plat is located at the south east corner of State Highway HH and Route B. The site is located ½ mile north of the municipal limits of the City of Columbia. The area being subdivided contains 6.98 acres. The bulk of this property is technically still zoned A-2 (agriculture) with a C-GP (planned commercial) designation pending the approval of a specific review and final development plans for Lots 2-7. The area shown as Lot 1 is zoned C-GP since a final development plan has been approved for this area. The pending rezoning and conceptual review plan for the property was approved in August of 1989, while the final development plan for Lot 1 was approved in July of 1998. All of the surrounding property with the exception of the property to the northeast across Old Route B is zoned A-2 and is the original 1973 zoning. The property to the northeast, known as Sheridan Hills and Willow Way Valley Subdivisions is zoned R-M (residential moderate density). This property was rezoned from A-2 and R-S (residential single family) in June of 1976. Public Water District #4 will provide water service to the site. There is currently a 12" waterline on the east side of Route B. Fire hydrants will be required within this plat at spacings 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 DNR collector system on proposed Lots 2 & 3 of the plat. 2 new public roads are proposed as part of this development, names for these roads have been sent to JCIC for comment. Temporary turn around cul-de-sacs will be required at the end of the stub streets as will full construction or total bonding of the stubs for each final platted area. This plat has 74 points on the point rating scale.

    Staff recommends approval along with the granting of the waiver for traffic analysis.

    Bill Crockett, Crockett Engineering, 2608 N Stadium Blvd, Columbia addressed the Commission. He was present on behalf of the property owners. He stated staff stated the situation very adequately and did not have any desire to add much more. This was for the purpose of platting the area to become in compliance with the Boone County Subdivision Regulations for the convenience store that recently is trying to obtain an occupancy permit at the corner. The plans for the rest of the area are very preliminary. As any development progresses and creates any kind of sewage an attempt should be made to the city pump sewer which is approximately ½ mile in distance to the south. Of course that would then open up pre-annexation and other areas.

    Chairman Kirkpatrick asked Mr. Florea if there was a final development plan? Mr. Florea said there was a Final Development Plan on Lot 1, but not the rest of the tract. Mr. Yonke added that a Final Plat on lot 1 and adjacent road.

    Commissioner Abart made and Commissioner Fugit seconded a motion to approve Hancox Plaza, preliminary plat, along with the granting of the waiver for traffic analysis.

    Frank Abart yes Darin Fugit yes

    Keith Kirkpatrick yes Mary Sloan yes

    Jim Green yes Pat Smith yes

    Mike Morgan yes

    Motion to approve Hancox Plaza, preliminary plat was unanimous. 7 yes

     

  3. Stone Well Estates. A-2. S15-T47N-R13W. William and Ruth Martin, owners. Brian D. Dollar, surveyor.
  4. Bill Florea gave staff report stating that this property is located on High Point Lane approximately one mile south of Route K. The zoning is Agriculture A-2 as is all of the surrounding property. The twenty six-acre tract is being divided into a six-acre tract with the remaining twenty acres being sold to an adjoining property owner.

    Lot 1 has direct frontage on, and legal access to, High Point Lane. The purchaser of the remainder tract has existing road frontage. A request to waive the requirement to provide a traffic analysis has been submitted.

    There is an existing home on lot 1, wastewater disposal is provided by a small on-site septic system. The leach field is in excess of twenty-five feet from the new property line which is in compliance with current regulations. A waiver from the requirement to provide an on-site wastewater cost-benefit analysis has been requested.

    The property receives potable water service from Consolidated Public Water District Number 1.

    The proposal scored 38 points on the rating system.

    Staff recommends approval of the subdivision and waiver requests.

    Brian Dollar, of Dollar Surveying, 3 North Garth, Columbia, came forward. He advised that Mr. Martin was also present. This was a situation where he had a buyer for the back 20 acres and a separate buyer for the house since he was moving to town.

    Commissioner Abart made and Commissioner Fugit seconded motion to approve Stone Well Estates along with waiver requests.

    Frank Abart yes Darin Fugit yes

    Mike Morgan yes Pat Smith yes

    Jim Green yes Mary Sloan yes

    Keith Kirkpatrick yes

    Motion to approve Stone Well Estates was approved unanimously. 7 yes

     

  5. Spencer Hills, revised preliminary plat. R-M. S24-T49N-R13W. NBC, Inc. owner. J. Daniel Brush, surveyor.

Bill Florea gave staff report stating that the 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. A preliminary plat of 10 single family and 20 duplex lots was approved in August 1998. The first phase of the project, Spencer Hills Plat 1 containing 10 single family lots, was approved in September 1998.

This proposal would revise the project to 50 lots. All lots are intended for single family residential construction as indicated on note number 4 of the preliminary plat.

A traffic study was submitted analyzing the impact of the plat on the existing road system. The study recommends construction of a second outlet in addition to Autumn Drive. The second outlet would be created by building Autumn Drive north to E. Cedar Court and extending E. Cedar Court west to connect with the existing portion of E. Cedar Court in Clearview Subdivision. The Public Works Department concurs with the traffic study with the stipulation that the improvements be completed in accordance with the current road standards prior to platting the 21st lot.

Extensions of existing roads should continue the name of the existing road. The road shown on the preliminary plat as Spencer Hills Drive is an extension of E. Cedar Court. The name should be changed from Spencer Hills Drive to East Cedar Court or, preferably, change the name of East Cedar Court to Spencer Hills Drive.

The developer has an existing agreement with Boone County Regional Sewer District to provide sewer service. The agreement provides sewage treatment for a total of fifty residential units, which is adequate for this preliminary plat.

The City of Columbia will provide water service. The developer will be responsible for construction of the main that will be built according to plans prepared by City Water and Light. Fire hydrant spacing and fire flow will meet City of Columbia Standards, which exceed Boone County Standards.

The property scores 84 points on the rating system.

Staff recommends approval subject to the following condition:

  1. Prior to platting the 21st lot Autumn Drive must be constructed north to E. Cedar Court; and E. Cedar Court must be extended west to connect with the existing section of E. Cedar Court. All construction must meet the current standards published in the Boone County Road, Bridge and Right of Way Regulations.
  2. The road name Spencer Hills Drive shall be changed to East Cedar Court or the developer may petition the County Commission for approval to change the name of East Cedar Court to Spencer Hills Drive.

Dan Brush, Brush and Associates, 506 Nichols, Columbia approached the Commissioners. He stated staff’s report was adequate and he would answer any questions.

Commissioner Green made and Commissioner Abart seconded motion to approve Spencer Hills, revised preliminary plat along with staff recommendations:

  1. Prior to platting the 21st lot Autumn Drive must be constructed north to E. Cedar Court; and E. Cedar Court must be extended west to connect with the existing section of E. Cedar Court. All construction must meet the current standards published in the Boone County Road, Bridge and Right of Way Regulations.
  2. The road name Spencer Hills Drive shall be changed to East Cedar Court or the developer may petition the County Commission for approval to change the name of East Cedar Court to Spencer Hills Drive.

Jim Green yes Frank Abart yes

Keith Kirkpatrick yes Mary Sloan yes

Darin Fugit yes Pat Smith yes

Mike Morgan yes

Motion to approve Spencer Hills was unanimous. 7 yes

  1. Spencer Hills, Plat 2. R-M. S24-T49N-R13W. NBC, Inc. owner. J. Daniel Brush, surveyor.
  2. Bill Florea gave staff report stating that the 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. A preliminary plat of 10 single family and 20 duplex lots was approved in August 1998. The first phase of the project, Spencer Hills Plat 1, was approved in September 1998 creating 10 lots for single family residential construction.

    Access to the lots within the plat will be accomplished through construction of Autumn Drive to Sacketts Road. Sacketts Road will be extended into Spencer Hills. The improvements to Autumn Drive will be within the existing right of way dedicated by Clearview Plat 7. Improvements to Sacketts Road will be partially in existing right of way and partially in right of way dedicated by this plat. All construction will be in accordance with plans approved by the Public Works Department to meet current standards published in the Boone County Road, Bridge and Right of Way Regulations.

    The developer has an existing agreement with Boone County Regional Sewer District to provide sewer service for a total of fifty residential units. Ten of those units were allocated to Spencer Hills Plat 1. This plat will utilize five additional units leaving a balance of 35 units for future final plats.

    The City of Columbia will provide water service. The developer will install a watermain extension in accordance with plans provided by City Water and Light. Fire hydrant spacing and fire flow will meet City of Columbia Standards, which exceed Boone County Standards.

    The property scores 84 points on the rating system.

    Staff recommends approval of the plat.

    Dan Brush, Brush and Associates, 506 Nichols, Columbia approached the Commissioners. He stated that the purpose of the plat was to get construction season started with the roads and improvements.

    Commissioner Abart made and Commissioner Fugit seconded motion to approve Spencer Hills, Plat 2.

    Frank Abart yes Darin Fugit yes

    Jim Green yes Keith Kirkpatrick yes

    Mary Sloan yes Pat Smith yes

    Mike Morgan yes

    Motion to approve Spencer Hills was unanimous. 7 yes

     

  3. Country Farms, Lot 15, replat. R-S. S33-T48N-R13W. Kay Wax, owner. J. Daniel Brush, surveyor.
  4. Bill Florea gave staff report stating that this property is located in Country Farms subdivision, which is West of Old Mill Creek Road, and South of Vawter School Road. The Boone County Commission granted a Petition for Vacation and Replat of Lot 15 of Country Farms Subdivision on March 30, 1999. The zoning is Residential Single Family R-S. The 10.26-acre property is being divided into 3 tracts for single family residential construction. There is an existing home on proposed Lot 15B.

    All lots will have frontage on Vineyard Way, an existing county maintained road, with a 50-foot wide right of way. Vineyard way is designated as a local street on the Major Thoroughfare Plan. Local streets are required to have a fifty-foot wide right of way. Therefore, no additional right of way will be dedicated on this plat. A request to waive the requirement to provide a traffic analysis has been submitted.

    Small on-site systems will be used to dispose of wastewater. The applicant has submitted a plan showing the proposed locations of such systems. A request to waive the requirement to provide a cost benefit analysis has been submitted.

    Consolidated Public Water District Number 1 provides water service to the existing home on proposed Lot 15B through a four-inch water line. A water service area agreement recently implemented by Consolidated Number 1 and the City of Columbia places this property within the water service area for the City. City Water and Light has submitted comments requiring a water main extension to the property. Minor plats containing three lots or less, such as this, are not required to provide a centralized water system. Therefore the watermain extension, as requested by the City of Columbia, cannot be required as a condition of approval of this plat.

    The property scores 76 points on the rating system.

    Staff recommends approval of the plat and the waiver requests.

    Dan Brush, Brush and Associates, 506 Nichols, Columbia approached the Commissioners. He said he would answer any questions they may have.

    Chairman Kirkpatrick asked if this was a one lot that was divided into three (3) lots. Mr. Brush acknowledged.

    Commissioner Fugit asked what were they going to do about the water? Mr. Brush said the status of the water service area for the three lots is still an ongoing discussion with the city. City is now discussing a possible extension to this "small" developed area.

    Commissioner Morgan asked what lot 15B going to do for sewage treatment? Mr. Brush said this lot had an existing lagoon.

    Commissioner Sloan made and Commissioner Green seconded motion to approve Country Farms, Lot 15 replat along with waiver of traffic analysis and cost benefit analysis.

    Mary Sloan yes Jim Green yes

    Keith Kirkpatrick yes Darin Fugit yes

    Pat Smith yes Mike Morgan yes

    Frank Abart yes

    Motion to approve Country Farms was unanimous. 7 yes

     

  5. Breezewood Estates. R-S. S2-T48N-R12W. Columbia Land Holdings Co., owner. Bill R. Crockett, surveyor.
  6. Bill Florea gave staff report stating that the subject property is located immediately east of Lakeland Acres Subdivision No. 1, about 500 feet east of a ½ mile south of the intersection of Route PP and Lake of the Woods Road. The property is zoned RS which is the original zoning. The preliminary plat for this subdivision was approved in August 1997. This final plat includes the entire acreage within the approved preliminary plat of Breezewood Estates.

    The internal street network to be constructed to serve the lots within the plat will connect the existing streets of Lakeland Drive to the west and Molly Lane to the South. Road plans have been submitted and are under review by County Public Works staff. Right of way for all internal streets will be dedicated by this plat.

    Sewer service is proposed to be provided by Boone County Regional Sewer District. Initial comments from the sewer district indicated a potential hydraulic capacity problem with the existing sewer line. Crockett Engineering has submitted a hydraulic analysis to BCRSD that indicates adequate capacity in the line to provide sewer service for the lots in this plat. The sewer district agrees with the findings of the Crockett analysis but stipulates that any additional subdivisions seeking to use this line will have to provide a similar analysis.

    The City of Columbia will provide water service. A water main extension will be required. The applicant has submitted an application for water main extension to the City. Fire flow and fire hydrant spacing will meet city standards, which exceed county standards.

    Portions of lots 42 through 48 and lot 15 are in the 100-year floodplain. Each of those lots appears to have an adequate building envelope that is completely outside the 100-year floodplain.

    The proposal scored 75 points on the rating system.

    Staff recommends approval of the plat.

    Bill Crockett, Crockett Engineering, 2608 N Stadium Blvd, Columbia addressed the Commission. The analysis on the sewer system along Waters Edge Development (north side of the lake), The sewer was constructed to serve the development only when it was initially designed. Even when this plat is completed, there will still be a reserved capacity. The additional analysis is for a future situation that must be considered. He concurred with Mr. Radermann comment concerning that from the viewpoint of the Regional Sewer District. The flood plan lots as identified by staff (15, 42, 43, 45-48) are well above the flood plane elevation. The street is well above 15’ above flood plane elevation. Only lots 47 and 48 being somewhat less. Flood potential for those lots is very minute.

    Commissioner Abart asked Mr. Crockett if they were connecting to city sewer? Mr. Crockett said they were connecting to the Sewer District, which in turn connects into …….(3-way conversation followed)

    Commissioner Green made and Commissioner Smith seconded motion to approve Breezewood Estates.

    Jim Green yes Pat Smith yes

    Keith Kirkpatrick yes Darin Fugit yes

    Mary Sloan yes Mike Morgan yes

    Frank Abart yes

    Motion to approve Breezewood Estates was unanimous. 7 yes

     

     

     

  7. Country Farms, Lot 19, replat. R-S. S33-T48N-R13W. Michael Gold, Julia Wilford-Gold, Robert Meyers and Amy Meyers, owners. J. Daniel Brush, surveyor.
  8. Bill Florea gave staff report stating that this property is located in Country Farms subdivision, which is West of Old Mill Creek Road, and South of Vawter School Road. The Boone County Commission granted a Petition for Vacation and Replat of Lot 19 of Country Farms Subdivision on April 27, 1999. The zoning is Residential Single Family R-S. The 10.65-acre property is being divided into 2 lots for single family residential construction. The property is currently vacant.

    Both lots will have frontage on Harvest Road, an existing county maintained road, with a 50-foot wide right of way. Harvest Road is designated as a local street on the Major Thoroughfare Plan. Local streets are required to have a fifty-foot wide right of way. Therefore, no additional right of way will be dedicated on this plat. A request to waive the requirement to provide a traffic analysis has been submitted.

    Small on-site systems will be used to dispose of wastewater. The applicant has submitted a plan showing the proposed locations of such systems. A request to waive the requirement to provide a cost benefit analysis has been submitted.

    Consolidated Public Water District Number 1 has an existing four-inch water line along . A water service area agreement recently implemented by Consolidated Number 1 and the City of Columbia places this property within the water service area for the City. City Water and Light has submitted comments requiring a water main extension to the property. Minor plats containing three lots or less, such as this, are not required to provide a centralized water system. Therefore the watermain extension, as requested by the City of Columbia, cannot be required as a condition of approval of this plat.

    The property scores 76 points on the rating system.

    Staff recommends approval of the plat and the waiver requests.

    Dan Brush, Brush and Associates, 506 Nichols, Columbia approached the Commissioners. He said he would be happy to answer any questions.

    Commissioner Sloan made and Commissioner Fugit seconded motion to approve Country Farms, lot 19, replat along with waiver of traffic analysis and cost benefit analysis.

    Mary Sloan yes Darin Fugit yes

    Keith Kirkpatrick yes Jim Green yes

    Pat Smith yes Mike Morgan yes

    Frank Abart yes

    Motion to approve Country Farms, lot 19 replat was unanimous. 7 yes

     

  9. Forevergreen Estates. A-2. S24-T48N-R14W. Carl Lathrop, owner. James R. Jeffries, surveyor.
  10. Thad Yonke gave staff report stating that this 8 lot final plat is located on the west side of State Highway UU immediately south of River Oaks Subdivision. The site is approximately 500 feet south of the intersection of Highway UU and River Oaks Road. The site is 1 & ½ mile west of the municipal limits of the City of Columbia. The area being subdivided contains 49.33 acres. This property is zoned A-2, (agriculture) as is all the surrounding zoning. 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 on the East Side of Highway UU. Fire hydrants will be required within this plat at spacings and with fire flows that will need to be approved by both the water and fire districts. Sewage treatment is proposed to be from individual on-site lagoons or possibly individual sand filter systems. An on-site wastewater lagoon plan has been provided and is included in the file. A cost benefit analysis for on-site vs. a central sewer system has been provided and indicates that the on-site systems are 87 times more economical than a central system. A permanent cul-de-sac is proposed to serve the subdivision. A private easement comes off the end of the public cul-de-sac to serve 4 tracts, 2 created previously by administrative survey and 2 within the plat. The 2 lots in the plat that are served by the easement do meet the regulations because all lots in the subdivision are 5 or more acres. The provision of a stub street was waived at the preliminary plat approval. This plat has 71 points on the point rating scale.

    Staff recommends approval along with the granting of the waiver for traffic analysis.

    Thad Yonke advised no one present for questions.

    Commissioner Sloan made and Commissioner Green seconded a motion to approve Forevergreen Estates with the granting of the waiver for traffic analysis.

    Mary Sloan yes Jim Green yes

    Keith Kirkpatrick yes Darin Fugit yes

    Pat Smith yes Mike Morgan yes

    Frank Abart yes

    Motion to approve Forevergreen Estates was unanimous. 7 yes

     

  11. M and N. A-2. S18-T50N-R12W. Nancy and Marion Hayes, owners. Donald E. Bormann, surveyor.
  12. Thad Yonke gave staff report stating that this two-lot plat is a division of Tract 3 of an administrative survey completed in September 1997. Located on a private driveway easement that comes off the west side of Sportsman’s Drive about 1/2 mile north of the intersection of Friendship Church Road and Sportsman’s Drive. The site is approximately 4 miles west of the Hallsville municipal limits. The area being subdivided contains 10.58 acres. This property is currently zoned A-2 (Agriculture) as is the property all the surrounding property. These zonings are all the original 1973 zonings. When this subdivision is completed, the number of tracts served exclusively by the private driveway easement for this development will be at its maximum of 4 tracts. No additional splits will legally be able to be done of any tracts served exclusively by this easement without the road being plated, dedicated, and brought up to full current county standards. The site is within Public Water District # 4 service area. Since the property has no frontage along a county road, it is unlikely that water service will be provided by PWSD#4 since their policy prohibits building watermain extensions down private easements. County subdivision regulations do not require 2 lot minor plats such as this one to be served by public water and so there is no county requirement for either hydrants or water on this plat as presented. It is anticipated that private wells will be used to actually provide water for the lots. Sewage treatment will be by on site systems. A possible sewage treatment location plan has been provided and is in the file. The owner has requested a waiver of the cost benefit analysis for central sewer and the requirement for a traffic analysis. This plat has 16 points on the point rating scale.

    Staff recommends approval along with granting of the waiver for cost benefit analysis for sewer and traffic analysis.

    Thad Yonke advised no one present for questions.

    Commissioner Abart made and Commissioner Morgan seconded motion to approve M and N with granting of the waiver for cost benefit analysis for sewer and traffic analysis.

    Frank Abart yes Mike Morgan yes

    Pat Smith yes Jim Green yes

    Mary Sloan yes Darin Fugit yes

    Keith Kirkpatrick yes

    Motion to approve M and N was unanimous. 7 yes

     

  13. Blakemore. A-2. S11-T50N-R14W. Truman and Shirley Blakemore, owners. Donald E. Bormann, surveyor.
  14. Bill Florea gave staff report stating that the property is located on Craig View Drive west of and adjacent to the Harrisburg City Limits. The zoning is A-2. The 10.01-acre tract is being divided into two tracts. There is an existing home on proposed lot 1.

    Both lots will have frontage on existing public roads. Right of way dedication along Eaton Road is made by this plat. A request to waive the requirement to provide a traffic analysis has been submitted.

    There is an existing lagoon serving the home on proposed lot 1. On on-site system will be used for any residence constructed on lot 2. A plan showing the proposed location of the system on lot 2 has been submitted. A request to waive the requirement to provide a cost benefit analysis has been submitted.

    Proposed lot 1 receives potable water service from Consolidated Water District Number 1 from an existing four inch water line. The water district has adequate capacity to provide water service to lot 2.

    The proposal scored 61 points on the rating system.

    Staff recommends approval of the subdivision and waiver requests.

    No one present for questions.

    Commissioner Morgan made and Commissioner Green seconded motion to approve Blakemore along with waiver of traffic analysis and cost benefit analysis.

    Mike Morgan yes Jim Green yes

    Frank Abart yes Pat Smith yes

    Mary Sloan yes Darin Fugit yes

    Keith Kirkpatrick yes

    Motion to approve Blakemore was unanimous. 7 yes

     

     

     

     

  15. Curtis Acres. A-2. S36-T47N-R13W. Gregory and Theresa Curtis, owners. Curtis E. Basinger, surveyor.

Bill Florea gave staff report stating that the property is located on Andrew Sapp Road, about ¾ mile north of Route MM. The zoning is Agriculture A-2. The 5.79-acre tract is being divided into two lots. There is an existing home and lagoon on proposed lot 1.

Both lots will have frontage on and access to Andrew Sapp Road. Additional right of way is being dedicated by this plat. A request to waive the requirement to provide a traffic analysis has been submitted.

Water is provided by Consolidated Public Water District Number 1 by a four-inch waterline along the East Side of Andrew Sapp Road.

Small on-site systems will be used to dispose of wastewater. The existing lagoon is shown on the plat and will be 80 feet from the new property line. A plan showing the proposed location of the wastewater system on lot 2 has not been submitted. A request to waive the requirement to provide a cost-benefit analysis has been submitted.

The property scores 27 points on the rating system.

Staff recommends approval of the plat and waiver requests subject to the following condition:

A plan shall be submitted showing the proposed location of septic tanks and lateral fields, lagoons or any other type of alternate sewage treatment system that complies with Boone County Subdivision Regulations Appendix B.3.2.

No one present for questions.

Commissioner Abart made and Commissioner Morgan seconded a motion to approve Curtis Acres along with waiver of traffic analysis and cost benefit analysis.

Frank Abart yes Mike Morgan yes

Keith Kirkpatrick yes Darin Fugit yes

Mary Sloan yes Jim Green yes

Pat Smith yes

Motion to approve Curtis Acres was unanimous. 7 yes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

OLD BUSINESS

Director Shawver gave report on items from the April 15th, 1999 Planning and Zoning meeting that went to the County Commission on April 27th, 1999.

R-S zoning district, located at 5357 Bearfield Rd., Columbia (this is an existing duplex that was built prior to zoning regulations). County Commission supported P & Z recommendation to approve.

of 20 acres, more or less, located at 13800 N Robinson Rd., Hallsville. County Commission supported P & Z recommendation to approve.

 

NEW BUSINESS

 

ADJOURN

Being no further business the meeting was adjourned at 8:24 p.m.

Respectfully submitted,

 

 

 

Mary Sloan

Secretary

Minutes approved on this 17th, day of June, 1999.