BOONE COUNTY PLANNING & ZONING COMMISSION

BOONE COUNTY GOVERNMENT CENTER

801 E. WALNUT ST., COLUMBIA, MO.

Thursday, December 19, 2002

 

Chairperson Smith called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m., with a quorum present.  Roll Call was taken by Commissioner Sloan. 

 

Present:                  Pat Smith, Chairperson                          Perche Township

                              Michael Caruthers, Vice-Chairman         Centralia Township

                              Mary Sloan, Secretary                           Rocky Fork Township

                              Mike Morgan                                        Bourbon Township

                              Carl Freiling                                          Cedar Township

                              Kristen Heitkamp                                  Missouri Township

                              Keith Neese                                          Columbia Township

                              David Mink, Director                             Public Works

 

 

 

Absent:                   None.

                             

                             

Also present:           Stan Shawver, Director                          Bill Florea, Staff

                              Thad Yonke, Staff                                 Paula Evans, Staff  

 

The minutes of the September 19, 2002 meeting were approved with no corrections.  Approved by acclamation.

 

Chairperson Smith read the procedural statement which stated that the Boone County Planning and Zoning Commission is an advisory commission to the County Commission.  The Commission is made up of individuals representing each township of the county and the county engineer.

 

The Planning and Zoning Commission makes recommendations to the County Commission on matters dealing with land use.  Tonight’s agenda includes one conditional use permit, one rezoning request and two subdivision plats.  It should be pointed out that requests submitted by Fairway Meadows Corporation for property located on State Highway K, as well as a request submitted by Michael Cunningham for a development on Liddell Lane has been withdrawn from consideration at this time.  Interested parties will be notified when those requests are resubmitted.

 

In general, the Planning and Zoning Commission tries to follow Robert’s Rules of Order, however, they are authorized by the Missouri State Statutes to follow their own by-laws.  The by-laws provide that all members of the Commission, including the Chairperson, enjoy full privileges of the floor.  The Chairperson may debate, vote upon or even make any motion.

 

The following procedure will be followed for the conditional use permit and the rezoning request:

 

The agenda item will be announced, followed by a report from the Planning Department Staff.  At that time, the applicant or their representative may make a presentation to the commission.  The Commission may request additional information at that time, or later following the hearing.  After the applicant’s presentation, the floor will be opened for anyone wishing to speak in support of the request.  We ask that any presentation made to the Commission be to the point.

 

Please give your name and mailing address when you address the commission.  We also request that you sign the sheet on the staff table after you testify.

 

Next, the floor will be given over to those who may be opposed to the request.  Direct all comments or questions to the Commission and please restrict your comments to the matter under discussion. Please be considerate of everyone here.  The agenda tonight could be lengthy, and while we wish to extend an opportunity to everyone that wishes to speak, we ask that you not be repetitious with your remarks.  We also recognize that many issues can be quite emotional.  In that regard we ask that you refrain from applause, cheers, catcalls or other signs of support or displeasure.  Please afford those with a different point of view from you own the same respect and consideration you would like to be shown yourself.

 

After those opposed to the request have had an opportunity to speak, the applicant will have a chance to respond to the concerns of those opposed to the request.  Next the staff will be given an opportunity for any additional comments, as appropriate.  The public hearing will then be closed and no further comments will be permitted from the audience or the applicant unless requested by the Commission.  The Commission will then discuss the matter and may ask questions of anyone present during discussion.  Finally, a motion will be made to either recommend the approval or denial of the request to the County Commission.  Please note that the Boone County zoning regulations and subdivision regulations are considered to be a part of the record of these proceedings.

 

All recommendations for approval are forwarded to the County Commission.  They will conduct another public hearing on Tuesday, October 29, 2002.   Interested parties will again have the opportunity to comment on the requests at that time.  The County Commission generally follows the recommendations of the Planning and Zoning Commission; however, they are not obligated to uphold any recommendation. Requests that are denied will not proceed to the County Commission unless the applicant files an appeal form within 3 working days. The County Commission hearing scheduled for Tuesday, October 29, 2002 will begin at 7:00 p.m. and will convene in this same room.

 

 

CONDITIONAL USE PERMITS

 

 

1.       Request by Danny and Alice Wolfe for a permit for an Agri-Business (deer processing) on 10.6 acres, located at 17661 N Adams Rd., Centralia.

 

Planner, Bill Florea gave the staff report stating that this property is located 3 miles north of Hallsville and 4 ˝ miles southwest of Centralia on Adams Road.  The property is zoned A-2 (Agriculture), as is all of the surrounding property.  There is a house and out-building on the property.  The master plan designates this area as being suitable for agricultural and rural residential land uses.  This site is located within the Boone Electric service area.  Water service is provided by Public Water District No. 10.  This site is located within the Boone County R-4 (Hallsville) School District.  Staff notified 8 property owners about this request.  This application is for a permit for an agri-business.  The applicant processes deer during hunting season, as well as an occasional cow or hog.   There have been similar requests in the past, and in the past the Commission has deemed such activity as being a suitable land use in a rural area, provided that the owner does not slaughter animals on his own property, does not retail meat or operate a meat locker.  Those specific conditions have been placed upon previous requests and have served to restrict this type operation so that it remains compatible with surrounding land uses.  The applicant has been issued a permit to process deer by the Missouri Department of Conservation.  Staff recommends approval.

 

Present:  Danny Wolfe, 17661 N. Adams Road, Centralia.

 

Mr. Wolfe stated that he would like to continue processing deer; he does process a hog or beef. Mr. Wolfe stated that he has brought some photographs from hunters.

 

Commissioner Sloan asked if the applicant did anything of a commercial nature.

 

Mr. Wolfe stated no.

 

Commissioner Freiling asked if this permit is transferable.

 

Mr. Florea stated that a conditional use permit runs with the land. The commission could specifically restrict it to the individual.

 

Commissioner Freiling asked if staff is satisfied that if it were transferred that it is not subject to a dramatic change in volume.

 

Mr. Florea stated that he would not be comfortable with that.  There is potential for a new owner to change the nature of the operation.

 

Commissioner Freiling asked the applicant if he had any objection for this permit to have a restriction that it could not be transferred.

 

Mr. Wolfe stated that he would not have any objection to that.

 

Open to public hearing.

 

No one spoke in favor of or in opposition to the request.

 

Closed to public hearing.

 

Commissioner Freiling made a motion to approve the request with the stipulation that the permit not be transferable.  Commissioner Morgan seconded the motion.

 

Chairperson Smith asked if there were staff recommendations.

 

Mr. Florea stated that there were no specific recommendations but the staff report alluded to conditions that have been placed on previous requests.  Those are that no meat locker be operated on the property, no slaughter on the premises, and no retail sales would be allowed.

 

Commissioner Freiling stated he would like to amend his motion to include those recommendations.

 

Commissioner Morgan seconded the amendments to the motion.

 

Commissioner Caruthers asked Mr. Wolfe if he has a problem with those conditions.

 

Mr. Wolfe stated no.

 

 

Commissioner Freiling made and Commissioner Morgan seconded a motion to approve the request by Danny and Alice Wolfe for a permit for an Agri-Business (deer processing) on 10.6 acres, located at 17661 N Adams Rd., Centralia with staff recommendations and the condition that the permit is non transferable.

 

 

                        Carl Freiling – Yes                    Kristen Heitkamp - Yes

                        Pat Smith – Yes                                    Mike Caruthers - Yes   

                        Mike Morgan – Yes                  Keith Neese - Yes

                        Mary Sloan – Yes                     David Mink – Yes

                       

Motion to approve request carried unanimously.  

 

Chairperson Smith informed the applicants that this matter would go before the County Commission at 7:00 p.m., October 29, 2002.

 

 

 

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REZONING REQUESTS

 

 

1.       Request by Mark and Juanita Snyder to rezone from A-1 (Agriculture) to A-2 (Agriculture) on 29.6 acres, more or less, located at 10400 W Eaton Rd., Harrisburg.

 

Planner Thad Yonke gave the staff report stating that this property is located 1 mile west of Harrisburg on Eaton Road.  The dividing line between Boone and Howard counties runs through this property.  The applicants want to split their property; however, parts of some of the lots located in Boone County will not comply with the minimum lot size required for A-1 zoning. Land to the east of this property is zoned A-2.  Land to the south is zoned A-1.  Land to the north and west are located in Howard County.  The master plan designates this area as being suitable agriculture and rural residential land uses. Land that falls into two different counties is problematic for development. Any division of land that is within Boone County will have to meet the requirements to stand alone regardless of the portion of any development in Howard County. As Howard County has no development regulations any division of the property on the Boone County side would be complicated by this rezoning. As A-1 land the minimum lot size is 10 acres which can be served by a private ingress/egress easement. Since the applicants own approximately 29 acres on the Boone side with virtually no public road frontage the existing zoning makes the division of this ground possible while still meeting the regulations. If the land is rezoned it will give a false expectation of the size of tracts and type of development that can be approved under the regulations. Staff notified 5 property owners about this request. Because of the shape of the property within Boone County and the lack of public road frontage under county jurisdiction staff believes the existing zoning to be most appropriate and recommends denial as it will be difficult if not impossible to divide the property into tracts less than 10-acres and be in compliance with the regulations. 

 

Present:  Mark Snyder, 1108 Dunbar, Columbia.

 

Mr. Snyder stated that he purchased the property intending to live there themselves. Due to personal reasons over the past few years the applicants decided that this is not something they want to do.  The applicants looked to try and develop the piece.  It is zoned A-1, and one of the regulations for A-1 was for the tracts to be 10-acres or more so they looked at dividing the property in to 10-acres or more and that is what the original plats showed.  When Mr. Snyder got close to get ready to do a preliminary plat he visited with staff and they had pointed out that the regulations states that any lot has to be 2 ˝ acres or more.  The applicants had that but there were portions of 3 lots that were in Boone County. In speaking with staff it appeared that the most appropriate thing for everyone was to rezone to A-2 and the problematic lot which is the northeastern most lot would be reshaped so the portion of that lot which lies within Boone County would be 2 ˝ acres or more. Now that portion of that lot and the portion of the other lots that are in Boone or Howard County would all have 2 ˝ acres and comply with the regulations for the lot sizes for A-2. That is the reason the applicants have done what they have.  The sketch that was included with the application shows the intent of what the applicants were trying to do.  The applicants haven’t really changed the scheme of what they intended with the A-1 zoning. This is why the applicants are asking for the rezoning is so that every portion of each lot that happens to lie within Boone County would comply with A-2 zoning. 

 

Commissioner Caruthers asked staff if for some reason this were rezoned to A-2, would that bring the applicants within the subdivision regulations.

 

Mr. Yonke stated that it would make it to where if the portions of the lots that were within Boone County were at least 2 ˝ acres, if it were rezoned, it would meet the zoning minimum but it would not necessarily meet the subdivision regulations allowing it to be divided and that is where the problem comes in is that any of the pieces that are in Boone County have to be able to stand alone in Boone County in meeting the subdivision regulations. One of those regulations is that if any of the lots are less than five acres they have to have direct road frontage on a publicly maintained road which staff takes to be a road where the jurisdiction is either the State or County.  That would be problematic in that the pieces as shown on the development diagram the part in Boone County doesn’t have a road connection; it goes across a piece of land in Howard County to get to a road that may or not be public, that would be a problem.  There are those kinds of issues for the dividing that would be problematic even though the zoning may allow it to be a minimum of that size.

 

Commissioner Freiling asked applicant if he understood this issue.  There are two separate issues that the Commission has to deal with. One is what the zoning is and what the development regulations say you can and can’t do.  What staff is saying is that even if you have A-2 zoning already the applicants couldn’t do this because it wouldn’t meet the development regulations. The applicant has a unique circumstance in that the property is in two different jurisdictions and the regulations are not drawn with this in mind.  Commissioner Freiling asked the topography of this property and if the road down the middle is the only practical division or if there were some other issue.

 

Mr. Snyder stated that it is probably the most practical.  The draws and ridges run east to west on the property.

 

Commissioner Freiling stated that as you are coming straight south from this road you are having rise and fall in the elevation.


Mr. Snyder stated that is correct.

 

Commissioner Freiling stated that one of the things that strikes him in looking at this is that the majority of the home sites that are in Boone County are in the southeast corner of the property.  Where if the road was moved a bit you could get two ten acre tracts that were entirely within Boone County.  Then have no other house sites within the Boone County portion.

 

Commissioner Freiling asked if this were a possible resolution of this.  Clearly there is no decent way to bring a road out of the Boone County right of way.  If he had a road in the Howard County area that only lead to ten acre tracts in Boone County would those then be legal lots?

 

Mr. Yonke stated that with only approximately 29 acres in the Boone County side of it the regulations for dividing it in ten acre tracts would be the administrative survey regulations.  The administrative survey regulations say you can serve up to four tracts by any private driveway easement.  From a practical point of view if ten acre tracts are created it will meet the regulations because we are only going to count tracts that are in Boone County.  Out of 29 acres, even if it were 30, you still only get three tracts.  You can divide the Boone County portion in to ten acre tracts and meet the regulations.  The County would honor a private driveway easement that was in Howard County just because it is private still.  It wouldn’t make any difference whether it was maintained by Howard County or not, Boone County would still consider it a private easement at that point since it is out of our jurisdiction. But it is still less than four tracts so it would work.

 

Commissioner Freiling stated that it doesn’t mean that you have to use all 29 acres for just two tracts because he other nine acres could be included with lots that are sold to someone who was going to build in Howard County. You could have a 7 acre lot but the building lot is in Howard County, you have three acres that is in Boone County that is attached to it but it doesn’t matter.

 

Mr. Yonke stated that would be incorrect because the portion in Boone County has to stand on it’s own as a separate lot.  We have no control over someone in Howard County selling off the other half of it.  The only way they could restrict it would be by covenant in which the County would have no standing.

 

Commissioner Freiling stated that the County could not record a plat that had two ten acre tracts and a nine acre tract with the stipulation that the nine acre tract is not for development.

 

Mr. Yonke stated only if it would be approvable as a not for development survey which is discretionary but it would not be overtly in compliance with the regulations.

 

Mr. Snyder stated that if this property were 1500-feet to the east, the applicants wouldn’t have a problem.

 

Commissioner Caruthers stated that the applicants might want to withdraw the request and get with staff and see what would meet regulations utilizing the private drive from Howard County. 

 

Commissioner Freiling stated that from staff’s standpoint if a building permit is issued there has to be a minimum of 10-acres in Boone County per lot.

 

Mr. Yonke stated that it has to be a legal lot in Boone County before a building permit can be issued.

 

Commissioner Freiling stated that without public road frontage in Boone County because of development regulations it means a minimum of 10-acres.

 

Mr. Yonke stated that is correct; unless they build a road.

 

Commissioner Freiling stated that they could not build a road because there is not enough frontage.

 

Mr. Yonke stated that it would have to be a public road dedicated to the public and maintained by the public.  Staff doesn’t have a way of finding out from Howard County any verification of that therefore it would be problematic.

 

Commissioner Mink stated that from the Public Works point of view we would not want to see a public road coming off a Howard County road with no other access to a Boone County or State road. Would it be drawn up as a private access?  If the property was divided in to two lots solely in Boone County then the road accessing those could be a private road off of the Howard County road.

 

Mr. Yonke stated it would have to be.

 

Commissioner Mink stated that it would have no impact on the Boone County Public Works department.  It would not be allowable to create a situation where we would have the last two hundred feet of a road to be in Boone County and the rest to be in Howard County.

 

Mr. Yonke stated that it could be a remote possibility but it probably would not meet the regulations for Public Works to accept it, therefore you could not create a public road if the Public Works department is not willing to accept it and we are back to the situation where it would not meet the regulations.

 

Commissioner Mink asked if that would create any problems for school districts or fire protection.

 

Mr. Yonke stated that if lots are split by the county line it can cause problems for any district that follows the county line.  The school districts cross county lines. The predominant problem would be determining whether the building site is within Boone County therefore requiring a building permit. That is one of the reasons that the preference is that lots be solely contained within one County or the other. On other properties in the area that are split, that is a problem.

 

Mr. Snyder stated that his biggest problem is that the slant or angle of the County line in that area is so slight and it happens to run through the corner.

 

Commissioner Freiling stated that this piece of property is not suitable for this kind of subdivision.

 

Mr. Snyder stated that he has 29 acres, he could have two ten acre pieces then nine acres hanging; that will not work development wise.

 

Commissioner Mink stated that the applicants may end up with two 14 acre lots.

 

Mr. Snyder stated regardless of the shape of the lots, if there were any two pieces that came out of this that were 10-acres or more then it would be appropriate even if you had to cross over to Howard County to get to the private access road.

 

Mr. Yonke stated that because the road is private the applicants don’t have the public works problem of a public or private road.  It would be a private access and privately maintained so you could access the property across the other property.

 

Commissioner Freiling asked if this would be served by the District water.

 

Mr. Snyder stated that is a difficult situation.  Mr. Snyder stated that he spoke with the district first and Boone County was prepared to do it but the district won’t place the meters unless they are on the lot; with the regulations on the lot sizes and so on.  At best they would be able to serve four lines with Boone County water.

 

Commissioner Caruthers stated that it sounds to him that the 14 ˝ acre lots sounds the best.

 

Commissioner Mink stated that 8 lots are shown; Commissioner Mink stated that he assumes that if you have two 14 ˝ acre lots within the Boone County portion you could divide the other larger triangle in to six lots.

 

Mr. Snyder stated that the way the lots are laid out, the lot lines are basically laying at draw lines and trees and by the time you go to another lot, you are basically between two rows of trees. It is a private setting.

 

Commissioner Morgan asked how many acres the applicant’s neighbor had.

 

Mr. Snyder stated he believes the lot to the east has been sold.

 

Commissioner Morgan stated that if it was big enough maybe the applicant could get a road easement from the neighbor to serve the first lot and cut over on lots two, three, and four.

 

Chairperson Smith stated that it was suggested that the applicants withdraw the request and resubmit it.  If the applicant wants to continue, the public hearing will be open.

 

Mr. Snyder stated that it seems that withdrawing the request is probably the most appropriate thing to do and come back with two lots that are bigger.

 

Mr. Yonke stated that staff could work with the applicants on that.  If the request is withdrawn the applicants won’t have to come back to the Commission because survey lots don’t come before the Commission. The property could be divided without having to come back to the Commission. With an administrative survey it will never come back before the Commission, it is just a matter of the surveyor drawing it up; if it meets the regulations it can be approved.

 

Mr. Snyder stated that he would withdraw the request.

 

 

Commissioner Caruthers made and Commissioner Morgan seconded a motion to accept the withdraw of the request by Mark and Juanita Snyder to rezone from A-1 (Agriculture) to A-2 (Agriculture) on 29.6 acres, more or less, located at 10400 W Eaton Rd., Harrisburg.

 

 

Motion passed by acclamation. All members were in favor.

 

 

 

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PLAT REVIEWS

 

 

1.       County Downes Block VI, Replat Lot 8.  R-S.  S11-T49N-R13W.  Matthew and Angela Sherman, owners.  Ronald G. Lueck, surveyor.

 

 

The staff report was entered in to the record.  The report stated that this 1 lot replat is located on the south side of Troebridge Road approximately 1100 feet west of the intersection of Wade School Road and Troebridge Road. The site is approximately 3 miles north of the municipal limits of the City of Columbia. The area being replatted contains 1.78-acres and is being undertaken to combine the original lot 8 of County Downes Block VI with an old existing lot totally contained within the boundaries of lot 8. This replat will eliminate the old existing lot of record allowing better use of the resulting replatted lot 8. The property is zoned R-S (residential single family). All the surrounding property is also zoned R-S and these are all original 1973 zonings. The property is currently the site of an existing home. The site is in Consolidated Water District #1. Fire hydrants are required for replats of major subdivision lots; however the existing hydrants will probably be sufficient. The site is in the Boone County Fire Protection District and Columbia School District. The site is in the Boone Electric Service area. Sewage treatment will be from the BCRSD central sewage system that currently serves County Downes. A traffic analysis waiver has been requested. Staff concurs with the granting of this waiver.  This plat has 68 points on the point rating scale.

 

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

 

      Commissioner Caruthers made and Commissioner Heitkamp seconded a motion to approve with waiver requests the plat of County Downes Block VI, Replat Lot 8.  R-S.  S11-T49N-R13W.  Matthew and Angela Sherman, owners.  Ronald G. Lueck, surveyor.

 

                        Pat Smith – Yes                                    Keith Neese – Yes       

                        Mike Caruthers – Yes               David Mink – Yes

                        Mary Sloan – Yes                     Kristen Heitkamp - Yes

                        Carl Freiling - Yes                     Keith Neese - Yes

                       

Motion to approve plat with waiver requests carries.        8  Yes

 

 

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2.       Stone Pier Estates.  A-2.  S1-T50N-R13W.  Ronald and Teri McBee, owners.  J. Daniel Brush, surveyor.

 

 

The staff report was entered in to the record. The report stated that this 1 lot minor plat is located on the south side of Breedlove Drive approximately 2000 feet east of the intersection of Highway 63 and Breedlove Drive. The site is approximately 5 miles south of the municipal limits of the City of Sturgeon. The area being subdivided contains 5.61-acres out of a 109.7-acre parent parcel. The property is zoned A-2 (agriculture). All the surrounding property is zoned A-2 and these are all original 1973 zonings. The property is currently vacant. The site is in Water District #10. Fire hydrants are not required for minor plats containing less than 4 lots, as is the case here. The site is in the Boone County Fire Protection District and Harrisburg School District. The site is in the Boone Electric Service area. Sewage treatment will be from on-site sewage systems that will have to meet Health department regulations. An on-site wastewater system plan has been submitted and is included in the file. A waiver for cost benefit analysis for on-site vs. central wastewater systems has been requested. A traffic analysis waiver has also been requested. Staff concurs with the granting of these waivers.  This plat has 21 points on the point rating scale.

 

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

 

 

      Commissioner Caruthers made and Commissioner Heitkamp seconded a motion to approve with waiver requests the plat of Stone Pier Estates.  A-2.  S1-T50N-R13W.  Ronald and Teri McBee, owners.  J. Daniel Brush, surveyor.

 

                        Pat Smith – Yes                                    Keith Neese – Yes       

                        Mike Caruthers – Yes               David Mink – Yes

                        Mary Sloan – Yes                     Kristen Heitkamp - Yes

                        Carl Freiling - Yes                     Keith Neese - Yes

                       

Motion to approve plat with waiver requests carries.        8  Yes

 

 

 

OLD BUSINESS

 

Mr. Shawver informed the Commission of the decisions of the County Commission.

 

The conditional use permit for Wooldrige was approved by the County Commission.

 

The conditional use permit for R Realty was denied by the Planning and Zoning Commission, the County Commission approved the permit for a period of 8 months to remove the trailers; they can not bring any thing else on the property. The Commission made it clear that if the mobile homes weren’t removed in one form or another the County would prosecute.  The neighbors were only interested in getting them removed and they recognized that without at least a temporary permit they couldn’t do anything.

 

Commissioner Freiling stated that it seemed to him that the Planning and Zoning Commission didn’t have the authority to grant this themselves.

 

Mr. Shawver stated that the applicants did not provide the Planning and Zoning Commission with any testimony to refute anything to show that they met any of the conditions and they basically made the presentation that they have to get the homes off the property.  The applicants did present a little more information to the County Commission, they showed where they had the ground analyzed and that there were not bad things on the soil so the comment that it was injurious to the public did not hold.  The Commission recognized that the way the trailers were up there; the applicants don’t have titles on them and in reality the only way the applicants can get them out of there is to tear them apart but if they tear them apart they are in violation because by definition that is a salvage operation.  It was also required that they start removal on the west side of the property which was close to a neighbors home to give the owner relief.  Mr. Yonke had stated that on the tire turn in the applicants had several loads of tires that they had brought down.

 

Mr. Shawver stated that the Bauer rezoning request was approved by the County Commission.

 

NEW BUSINESS

 

Commissioner Heitkamp stated that she would like to call attention to Columbia’s metro green belt trail plan.  It went through the Columbia Planning and Zoning Commission this month.  Commissioner Heitkamp stated she would like the Commissioners to look at it because it is a good example of the comprehensive planning recommended by the County Vision report.  It also includes watersheds that are within the County.  Commissioner Heitkamp stated that she wondered if the Commission could look at it, endorse it and send it on to the County Commission.

 

Commissioner Caruthers stated that he would like some time to look at it.

 

Commissioner Heitkamp stated that it could be discussed at the next work session or at the next meeting or they could put it to committee.

 

Commissioner Freiling suggested that it be discussed at the next work session.

 

Chairperson Smith stated that the Planning and Zoning Commission are meeting with the Joint Planning and Zoning Commission.  Both Commissioner Stamper and Mayor Hindman will be in attendance.  It will be held at 8:30 a.m. on Saturday.

 

Commissioner Heitkamp asked about the agenda.

 

Chairperson Smith stated that she had the agenda and will forward it to the Commissioners.

 

Mr. Shawver stated that the next work session will be a joint work session with the County Commissioners.

 

ADJOURN

 

Being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 7:42 p.m.      

 

Respectfully submitted,

 

 

 

Mary Sloan,

Secretary

 

Minutes approved on this 21st day of November, 2002.