BOONE COUNTY PLANNING & ZONING COMMISSION

BOONE COUNTY GOVERNMENT CENTER

801 E. WALNUT ST., COLUMBIA, MO.

Thursday, June 17, 1999

Chairperson Kirkpatrick called the meeting to order at 7:03 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

Absent: Vacant Centralia Township

Also present: Stan Shawver, Director Thad Yonke, Staff

Bill Florea, Staff Noel Boyt, Staff

 

Commissioner Sloan made and Commissioner Green seconded a motion to approve the minutes of May 20, 1999, meeting with no corrections.

Motion passed by acclimation.

Procedural statement was read.

CONDITIONAL USE PERMITS

NONE SUBMITTED

 

REZONING

  1. Request by Phillip and Cynthia March to rezone from A-1 (Agriculture) to A-2 (Agriculture) of 5.0 acres, more or less, located at 23333 N Angell School Rd., Centralia.
  2. Bill Florea gave staff report that this property is located 2 miles northwest of Centralia on Angell School Rd. The tract is part of an 80 acre tract that is zoned A-1 (Agriculture). All of the surrounding property is zoned A-1. The property is currently vacant, and has been used for row crops. If approved, the 5 acres included in this request will become a home site as part of a family transfer. Water is provided by Public Water District No. 10. Boone Electric Cooperative provides electric service. This site is within the Centralia School District. The original zoning on this parcel is A-1. The master Plan designates this area as being suitable for agriculture and rural residential land uses. The request is consistent with the plan. Staff notified 10 property owners about this request.

    Staff recommends approval of the request.

    Marilyn Gaeth, attorney with office 11 N 5th Street, Columbia and 101 E. Allen in Centralia addressed the Commission. She represented the applicants. Their request is very simple. The March’s own 80 acres right outside of Centralia and would like to give 5 acres to their daughter and son-in-law. The zoning is for A-1 requiring 10 acres to place a house. They do not want to give up another 5 acres of row crops in farmland. They would like to give them the 5 acres instead. She advised there was a tract of land that was rezoned to A-2 just across the road very close to their 80 acres.

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

    Chairman Kirkpatrick asked if the March’s had any intent to rezone anything more? Ms. Gaeth said no, they just wanted to give a small piece of land to their daughter. Chairman Kirkpatrick said it seemed pretty straightforward

    Commissioner Green made and Commissioner Smith seconded motion to approve request by Phillip and Cynthia March to rezone from A-1 (Agriculture) to A-2 (Agriculture) of 5.0 acres, more or less, located at 23333 N Angell School Rd., Centralia

    Jim Green yes Pat Smith yes

    Mike Morgan yes Frank Abart yes

    Mary Sloan yes Darin Fugit yes

    Keith Kirkpatrick yes

    Motion to approve Marsh rezoning was unanimous. 7 yes

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    Chairman Kirkpatrick stated he had a conflict of interest regarding the next item on the agenda. He turned the meeting over to vice-chairperson Fugit and left the table.

  3. Request by Shelter Enterprises, L.L.C. to rezone from A-2 (Agriculture) to M-LP (Planned Industrial) of 22 acres, more or less, located at 6300 W. Sugar Creek Rd., Columbia.
  4. Bill Grace gave staff report that this property is located 2 miles west of Columbia on Sugar Creek Road. This request includes 22 acres of a larger 69 acre tract of land. 16.4 acres of this tract are zoned A-2 and 5.6 acres are zoned M-L. Property to the west is zoned M-L. To the south it is zoned A-2. To the east is zoned A-2 and A-R. Interstate 70 separates this site from properties to the north. There are three buildings on the site, one of which contains over 26000 sq. ft. The applicants are requesting that 22 acres be rezoned to M-LP. At a later date, a review plan and a final development plan will be required before the zoning will actually change to the requested classification. Prior to the adoption of county zoning, this property was the site of an auto salvage operation. An existing land use map prepared at the time the original master plan and zoning map were being prepared shows an auto salvage operation at this site. However, when the zoning map was approved, it included an apparent error in that M-L zoning was bestowed on the property located to the west of the actual salvage site. This request is to attach the intended zoning to the appropriate piece of land. It will not change any of the surrounding zoning, thus leaving 14.3 acres of M-L designation attached to the land to the west. There will also be 2.6 acres of M-L land remaining on the Shelter property. The Master Plan designates this site as being suitable for residential purposes. Staff notified 26 property owners about this request.

    Staff recommends approval of this request as a method to correct the apparent mapping error made in 1973.

    Tim Reed, Engineering Surveys & Services, 1113 Fay Street, Columbia addressed the Commissioner .

    Mr. Keith Kirk, with Shelter Insurance also came forward. Mr. Reed stated they desired to straighten out the zoning map. They had done a boundary survey on the property and delineated a 22 acre parcel encompassing the former auto parts building. That is the parcel they are requesting be rezoned. They have requested the M-LP zoning which is more restrictive than the open M-L zoning. They were hoping it would be more palatable to all of the neighbors in the area. They also sent out letters to the property owners within 1000 ft. Shelter Insurance did not receive any comments or questions back. Mr. Reed stated he was aware of the two letters in opposition received by the Planning Department and had read them.

    Open to the public. No one spoke in favor of the request.

    Director Shawver gave the Commission two letters received in opposition to the request from Mike Trial, Kansas City and Nadine Trial, Columbia. Said letters were circulated and read by the commissioners.

    In answering the letters concerns, Mr. Reed said that the requested zoning district is more restrictive than what it is currently zoned. A wide variety of industrial uses are possible. The requested zoning district would require public hearings at various stages to review plans and final plans, thus providing opportunity for further public input.

    Commissioner Fugit asked Commissioner Abart to address the roads in the area and if there were any plans for improvement. Commissioner Abart said that the Major Thoroughfare Plan did offer some future improvements but he did not know exactly what they were.

    Charles Murphy, 1001 N Rte UU, addressed the Commission. He stated the property in question adjoins him on his West Side. He was concerned about the industrial zoning. The property on the East Side of Rte UU already de-valued his home. He was advised by certified appraisers said that this rezoning would further decrease the value of his home and other residents in that area.

    Commissioner Sloan asked him if he was aware that part of the tract in question already had industrial zoning. Mr. Murphy said yes, but he was under the impression that when the salvage yard was removed the property reverted back to A-2

    Commissioner Fugit said that this rezoning was to correct the administrative error to the zoning map done in 1973. Mr. Murphy said the applicant was also asking for part of the A-2 to be rezoned. Mr. Murphy said the 10 acres immediately to his west was acquired by Shelter after the original zoning in 1973. Director Shawver agreed and said that was correct. Mr. Murphy said no rezoning had been attempted on that property. Director Shawver said that was correct. Director Shawver went around to each Commissioner showing them an aerial map of the A-2 area in question.

    Tim Reed came forward to address the concerns. He said the original intent of the 22 acres was to encompass the large buildings that were out there presently. He stated he did not know what went out there years ago rezoned and put on the map. Even the configuration that was put on the map would not encompass those building if it was slid east on the property. They marked out a 22 acre parcel that did encompass the buildings. There is also some elevation differences on the tract of land that makes a reasonable dividing line where the survey has placed the south line of this parcel. Mr. Reed added they are leaving a 50’ strip that could be considered a buffer between the property to the east. It may serve as access for the land that Shelter still owns to the south of this tract.

    Commissioner Sloan asked if there were plans for this tract. Mr. Reed said they wanted it rezoned because it is for sale. When Shelter went to market the property, they found out that there was confusion on the zoning map. People knew it was intended to be zoned industrial but there was this mistake on the zoning map.

    Commissioner Sloan asked if Shelter was aware of this before they went to market the property? According to Mr. Reed, they found out there was a problem about 3-4 yrs. ago but they did not intend to sell at that time. They assumed it would be a simple procedure and to ask that a wrong be made right.

    Commissioner Sloan asked when the error was made on the zoning map? Director Shawver stated that it happened in 1973.

    Mr. Reed said that when the auto salvage operation was closed down, the property was used as storage for company furniture. It was cleaned up completely. An environmental study was done. Commissioner Sloan asked when the auto salvage yard closed down? Mr. Reed said it was in the ‘80’s and cleaned up at that time. Commissioner Fugit said he used to live out there. He commented it looks a lot better. The cars could be seen from I-70, it was pretty much a junk yard.

    Closed public hearing.

    Commissioner Smith asked how closing the salvage yard changed the area. Was there more traffic now or before. There had been concerns about I-70 right there, would it effect the rural atmosphere? Mr. Reed said it would depend upon the use that would locate on the site. If this rezoning were granted, then plans would be coming back to the Commission. If it is not granted and the current zoning stays, it would make Director Shawver’s life more difficult. An applicant may come in and say there is more industrial on the property than what the map shows. Again, Shelter wants to clarify this zoning district. Commissioner Abart said this rezoning category would give them more leverage to what goes on there in the future than what they have right now.

    Commissioner Sloan agreed but this has been wrong a long time. It is hard to believe Shelter did not know anything about this before now. She felt they knew for a long time but did not care. The neighbors in the area probably knew about it also but and did not step forward.

    Commissioner Fugit asked staff if counsel had been questioned what would happen if an applicant did come in and ask for M-L zoning on the property. Director Shawver explained that he had extensive discussion with county attorney John Patton about this matter. The zoning regulations do not provide a procedure to administratively correct the map in such a situation. The applicant has every right to apply for zoning change to M-L, or any other district. Consideration to rezone land is the same as with any other rezoning request.

    Commissioner Abart made and Commissioner Morgan seconded a motion to recommend approval of the request by Shelter Enterprises, L.L.C. to rezone from A-2 (Agriculture) to M-LP (Planned Industrial) of 22 acres, more or less, located at 6300 W. Sugar Creek Rd., Columbia.

    Frank Abart yes Mike Morgan yes

    Darin Fugit yes Jim Green yes

    Pat Smith yes Keith Kirkpatrick abstain

    Mary Sloan NO

    Motion to approve Shelter Enterprises, L.L.C rezoning was granted. 5 yes 1 no 1 abstain

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    Chairman Kirkpatrick returned to the meeting and Vice Chairperson Fugit relinquished the chair to him.

  5. Request by Harold and Wanda Cunningham to rezone from A-1 (Agriculture) to M-LP (Planned Industrial) of 4.55 acres, more or less, and to approve a Review Plan for Ponderosa Planned Industrial Development located at 5495 S Ponderosa St., Columbia.

Thad Yonke gave staff report stating that this property is located on Ponderosa Street, off of the west side of 63 south, immediately south of Prairie Meadows Estates and north of Williams Brother’s tank farm. The land proposed to be rezoned is Lot 2 of Ponderosa Subdivision and contains 4.55 acres. The current zoning on this tract is split between R-S (Residential Single Family) and C-G (General Commercial). Property to the south southeast, the site of the tank farm, is zoned M-L (Light Industrial) backed up by a strip of C-G. To the south of the subject property the land is zoned R-S. Land to the west, which includes Prairie Meadow Estates, is zoned R-M (Residential Moderate Density). Adjacent land to the north is zoned C-G and R-S. The land to the north across Highway 63 is zoned A-1 (Agriculture). These are all original 1973 zonings. This property is currently the site of a roof truss manufacturing business, this use is currently a zoning violation, if the rezoning and review plan are approved it will bring the use closer to being in compliance with the use provisions of the zoning ordinance. This site is split between the Columbia Public South and the New Haven R-2 School Districts. Water is provided by Consolidated Public Water District No. 1. Electric service is provided by Boone Electric. The Master Plan designates this area as being suitable for residential land uses. However, the Master Plan suggests that where appropriate, future commercial and industrial zoning districts can best be developed as planned developments. Staff notified 39 property owners about this request.

-(Review Plan)- The review plan shows a single tract with 2 structures on it. Some of the required information has not been represented on the plan as clearly as should be. Sewer service is proposed to be from an on-site commercial wastewater system, which will need to be approved by DNR. DNR approval should be required prior to any additional permits being issued for the property or before the final development plan is approved. Fire hydrants and flows will be required to meet fire district approval. The parking shown on the plan is considered to be for diagrammatic purposes only as it is insufficient for either the required parking for existing use or the expanded use. 21 parking spaces are required as opposed to the 6 shown. It should be considered as to whether or not a landscaping plan, erosion control/stormwater plan acceptable to this commission should be required to be submitted with any final plan since none of these were provided with the review plan. The use of this property will be limited to the truss manufacture since that is all the applicant has requested, had other or alternative uses been desired the applicant would have had to request them. Any change in use will require a new review and final plan. The proposal rates 55 points on the point rating scale.

If the commission approves the rezoning request then, Staff recommends approval of the review plan subject to the following conditions:

Dan Brush, Brush and Associates, 506 Nichols, Columbia approached and Harold Cunningham, owner 6670 Mutton Hollow, Columbia approached the Commissioners.

Mr. Brush stated that the 21 spaces required for the parking vs. six (6) shown on the plan seemed excessive. The current use of the property is being used as a truss manufacturing site. The truss manufacturing requires that the process is taking up the majority of the square footage of the building. The manufacturing requirement of one (1) space per every 300-sq. ft. would be a little excessive as far as the uses for this type of construction. The six (6) spaces are more than adequate for this type of business. The issue regarding the sanitary sewer is in the process of being submitted to DNR and whatever treatment is necessary it will be a temporary facility until capacity is available at the Boone County Regional Sewer District facility. Storm water and landscaping issue. Since they were only using 1/3 of the property. The remainder of the property will remain as it is today in a field state. There is an adequate tree line over a ditch to the north.

Commissioner Smith asked about the natural buffer. Mr. Brush said there is currently a tree line down along the lower ditch.

Commissioner Morgan asked when did they think the Boone County Sewer District would be putting in a wastewater treatment system? Mr. Brush believed it would be 4 to 5 years.

Open public hearing. No one spoke in support - no one spoke in opposition to the request.

Closed public hearing.

Chairman Kirkpatrick asked staff if their report recommended 21 parking spaces. Mr. Yonke stated that requirement was dictated by the Boone County Zoning Ordinance which requires one space for every 300 sq. ft. of building. That is not something that can be waived.

Commissioner asked staff if any comments had been received after notices were sent? Mr. Yonke said no comments were received one way or the other.

Chairman Kirkpatrick said he did not know if it would be necessary to require landscaping plans however No. 2, 3, 4, and 5 he thought should be part of the motion.

Commissioner Abart made and Commissioner Morgan seconded motion to approve request by Harold and Wanda Cunningham to approve a Review Plan for Ponderosa Planned Industrial Development located at 5495 S Ponderosa St., Columbia with staff recommendations of items 2, 3, 4 and 5.

Frank Abart yes Mike Morgan yes

Pat Smith yes Keith Kirkpatrick yes

Darin Fugit yes Mary Sloan yes

Jim Green yes

Motion to approve review plan for Ponderosa Planned Industrial Development was unanimous. 7 yes

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Commissioner Smith made and Commissioner Green seconded motion to approve rezoning request by Harold and Wanda Cunningham to rezone from A-1 (Agriculture) to M-LP (Planned Industrial) of 4.55 acres, more or less, located at 5495 S Ponderosa St., Columbia.

Pat Smith yes Jim Green yes

Frank Abart yes Mike Morgan yes

Darin Fugit yes Keith Kirkpatrick yes Mary Sloan yes

Motion to approve Harold and Wanda Cunningham rezoning was unanimous. 7 yes

 

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PLANNED DEVELOPMENTS

 

  1. 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. The current zoning is Agriculture A-2 which is the original zoning. All of the surrounding property is zoned A-2 except for Copper Creek Final Development Plan Number 1 which is zoned AR-PRD. On March 30, 1999 the County Commission approved a rezoning of this property to AR-PRD with a review plan and preliminary plat. This Final Plat, containing 21 lots, and Final Development Plan represent the second phase of this development. Approval of the final development plan will finalize the rezoning of the property within the final plan to AR-PRD.

The County Commission approved the project with two conditions, one of which applies to the current proposal. The condition is that lots 13 and 20 shall be prohibited from directly accessing St. Charles Road. Note 8 on the final plat demonstrates compliance with that condition.

This plat includes construction of portions of Payette Dive and Slickrock Drive. The rights of way for those streets as well as a 50’ half width right of way for St. Charles Road 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 the plant will be transferred to Boone County Regional Sewer District for operation and maintenance.

The proposal scored 58 points on the rating system.

Staff recommends approval of the final plat and final plan.

Jim Patchett, Patchett & Company, 1206 A Business Loop 70 W., Columbia and

Mr. Patchett stated the staff report was sufficient.

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

Commissioner Sloan made and Commissioner Fugit seconded motion to approve request by Betty Fountain and Jay and Mary Dix to approve a Final Development Plan for Copper Creek Planned Residential Development, located at 7901 E St. Charles Rd., Columbia.

Mary Sloan yes Darin Fugit yes

Keith Kirkpatrick yes Jim Green yes

Pat Smith yes Mike Morgan yes

Frank Abart yes

Motion to approve Copper Creek Planned Residential Development was unanimous. 7 yes

 

 

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Commissioner Abart made and Commissioner Morgan seconded motion to approve 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 Mike Morgan yes

Keith Kirkpatrick yes Darin Fugit yes

Jim Green yes Pat Smith yes

Mary Sloan yes

Motion to approve Copper Creek Planned Residential Development was unanimous.

 

 

PLAT REVIEWS

 

  1. Marsh Commercial. C-G. S3-T48N-R14W. Joseph and Marian Marsh and Samuel and
  2. Donna Marsh, owners. James V. Patchett, surveyor.

    Bill Florea gave staff report that the property is located off of Route J, just north of I-70. The property is zoned C-G which is the original zoning. This one lot plat is intended to create a parcel for construction of a commercial building.

    A 66-foot wide private access and utility easement will be used to access the lot from Route J. A right of way dedication will not be required by this plat because the lot does not front on a public road. The applicant has submitted a request to waive the requirement to provide a traffic analysis.

    Consolidated Public Water District Number 1 will provide water service. Currently there is a 4" watermain along Route J. The district has plans to install an 8" watermain along the front of lot 1 that will run east west between Boothe Lane and Route J. Fire hydrants with flows adequate for fire protection are not required for a one-lot subdivision. However, those issues will need to be addressed prior to occupancy of any commercial structure on the property.

    An on-site wastewater system of undetermined type will be used for sewage disposal. If the system consists of a septic tank and lateral field, for disposal of human waste only, the Columbia/Boone County Health Department may issue a permit. If any other type of system is proposed, permits will need to be obtained from the Missouri Department of Natural Resources. A request to waive the requirement to provide a cost analysis has been submitted.

    The proposal scored 38 points on the rating system.

    Staff recommends approval of the plat and the waiver requests.

    Jim Patchett, Patchett & Company, 1206 A Business Loop 70 W., Columbia addressed the Commissioners. He stated the staff report was self-explanatory.

    Commissioner Morgan made and Commissioner Smith seconded motion to approve request

    Marsh Commercial. C-G. S3-T48N-R14W. and waiver request

    Mike Morgan yes Pat Smith yes

    Keith Kirkpatrick yes Darin Fugit yes

    Mary Sloan yes Jim Green yes

    Frank Abart yes

    Motion to approve plat for Marsh Commercial was approved unanimously. 7 yes

     

     

     

     

     

     

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  3. Replat of Lot 72 and Lot 73 Valley Creek Plat 8 PRD. R-M. S3-T48N-R12W.
  4. Alan Lynch Construction Co., owner. James V. Patchett of, surveyor.

    Thad Yonke gave staff report that each of these two lot re-plats is a proposal to split the original parent lot, Lot 72 & Lot 73, 1st platted as lots in Valley Creek Subdivision Plat 8, recorded in plat book 31 page 31 of the Boone County Records. Additionally, these lots are contained within the area designated on the approved final plan for Valley Creek PRD. Lot 72 & Lot 73 are located on the north side of Trikalla Drive. These properties are zoned R-M PRD (residential moderate density), the R-M underlying zoning is the original 1973 zoning. The Planned Residential Development was approved in April of 1997. The structures on these lots are designated as single family attached residences, and as such, they must meet a higher building code standard than traditional duplexes, which, externally these units resemble. These plats represent part of the final stage of the plan as initially presented for the 20 lots of Valley Creek Plat 8 as part of the PRD. The City of Columbia provides water service. Central sewage treatment will be from the BCRSD. The owner has requested a waiver of the requirement for traffic analysis. Staff concurs with this request and recommends that the waiver be granted. This plat has 80 points on the point rating scale.

    Staff recommends approval along with granting the waiver for traffic analysis. Staff would prefer a separate approval motion on each plat.

    Jim Patchett, Patchett & Company, 1206 A Business Loop 70 W., Columbia was present to answer any questions.

    Commissioner Sloan made and Commissioner Fugit seconded motion to approve request

    Replat of Lot 72 of Valley Creek Plat 8 PRD along with granting the waiver for traffic 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 replat of lot # 72 was unanimous. 7 yes

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    Commissioner Morgan made and Commissioner Green seconded motion to approve request

    Replat of Lot 73 of Valley Creek Plat 8 PRD along with granting the waiver for traffic analysis

    Mary Sloan yes Darin Fugit yes

    Keith Kirkpatrick yes Frank Abart yes

    Mike Morgan yes Pat Smith yes

    Jim Green yes

    Motion to approve replat of lot # 73 was unanimous. 7 yes

     

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  5. Little Oak. R-S. S2-T48N-R12W. Larry Baker, owner. Brian David Dollar, surveyor.
  6. Thad Yonke gave staff report stating this four lot re-plat is a division of Lot 1 Pin Oak Subdivision Block 2 as recorded in Plat Book 20 Page 8 of the Boone County Records. The site is located in the immediate northwest corner of the intersection of Pin Oak Blvd. and St. Charles Road. This lot has received tentative vacation and re-plat concept approval from the County Commission on March 2nd 1999. The site is approximately 1 mile west of the City of Columbia municipal limits. The area being subdivided contains 1.83 acres. This property is currently zoned R-S (residential-single family) as is all the surrounding property to the west, north, east, and southeast. The property directly to the south and to the immediate southwest is zoned R-M (residential moderate density). These zonings are all the original 1973 zonings. No direct access to St. Charles Road will be allowed from Lots 3 & 4. Additionally, Lots 1 & 2 are required to utilize a single common driveway to access St. Charles Road. Notes indicating these requirements are shown on the face of the plat. The site is within City of Columbia water service area. A six-inch minimum watermain and hydrants are required for this plat. There is a 6" waterline currently along St. Charles Road with plans to upgrade to a 12" line in the future. Sewage treatment will be by connection to a BCRSD facility that connects into the City of Columbia system. The owner has requested a waiver of the requirement for a traffic analysis. This plat has 78 points on the point rating scale.

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

    Brian Dollar, of Dollar Surveying, 3 North Garth, Columbia, came forward along with Larry Baker the owner.

    Commissioner Morgan asked where they were going to hook on to the waste water at, across the road? Mr. Baker stated it was on proposed lot #1. Existing sewer runs up the West Side of proposed lot #1.

    Commissioner Sloan made and Commissioner Abart seconded motion to approve request Little Oak along with granting the waiver for traffic analysis

    Mary Sloan yes Frank Abart yes

    Pat Smith yes Mike Morgan yes

    Jim Green yes Darin Fugit yes

    Keith Kirkpatrick yes

    Motion to approve Little Oak was unanimous. 7 yes

     

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  7. Missouri River View. S24-T45N-R12W. Karen Munson, owner. C. Stephen Heying, surveyor.

Bill Florea gave staff report that the property is located on Missouri River View Drive, approximately one mile south of US 63 S. and 1-½ miles east of Claysville. The property is zoned A-2 as is all of the surrounding property. The Tract to be subdivided is a portion of a parent parcel that was surveyed into 5-acre tracts in 1993. A subsequent survey, in 1997, combined portions of three of those tracts into the subject tract of 14.2 acres. The current proposal will divide that tract into two lots.

Both lots have frontage on and access to Missouri River View Drive, which has an existing 60-foot right of way. No additional right of way is being dedicated by this plat. An existing access and utility easement is being moved so that the centerline of the access easement coincides with the property line between Tracts 2A1 and 2A2. The applicant has submitted a request to waive the requirement to provide a traffic analysis.

The property is in the Consolidated #1 service area. No water infrastructure is required for this two-lot plat.

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

The proposal scored 23 points on the rating system.

Staff recommends approval of the plat and waiver requests.

request to waive the requirement to provide a traffic analysis.

waive the requirement to provide a wastewater cost-benefit analysis.

Stephen Heying, Stephen Heying Surveying, 1202 Madison, Columbia addressed the Commission. He stated the tract to the north is to be transferred to the owner.

Chairman Kirkpatrick noticed the owner had not signed the plat. Mr. Heying stated she moved this weekend to Clark, MO and he had not located her before the meeting.

Commissioner Fugit made and Commissioner Green seconded motion to approve request

Missouri River View. along with granting the waiver for traffic analysis and wastewater cost-benefit analysis.

Darin Fugit yes Jim Green yes

Keith Kirkpatrick yes Mary Sloan yes

Pat Smith yes Mike Morgan yes

Frank Abart yes

Motion to approve Missouri River View was unanimous along with waiver requests. 7 yes

 

OLD BUSINESS

Director Shawver gave report on items from the May 20th, 1999 Planning and Zoning meeting that went to the County Commission on June 1st, 1999.

NEW BUSINESS

 

 

ADJOURN

Being no further business the meeting was adjourned at 8:20 p.m.

Respectfully submitted,

 

 

 

 

Mary Sloan

Secretary

Minutes approved on this 15th, day of July, 1999.