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CITY OF ST. CLOUD
DEVELOPMENT REVIEW COMMITTEE MINUTES
Services Complex 1st Floor Conference Room
2901 17th Street, St. Cloud
CHAIRMAN: David Nearing, Planning/Zoning Director
SECRETARY: Marty Hobbs, Development Officer
Johnston John Groenendaal Ron Trowell Angelo Perri
Howes Todd Swingle
#3-4.19 – St.
Cloud Reunion Weekend 1003
New York Ave; 10th to 12th
Mr. David Lane and Ms. Lisa Jones were present to
represent the application.
1. Temporary electrical
wiring shall comply with the National Electrical Code (NEC) 1999 Article 305.
Note: Temporary wiring shall be ground-fault protected. Multi-conductor cord
shall originate in an approved power outlet or panelboard and be of the type
identified in Table 400-4 for hard usage or extra hard usage. Receptacles shall
be the grounding type. Lamps shall be protected from accidental contact or
breakage. Electrical cords shall be protected from damage and shall be placed
so as to prevent trip hazards. When receptacles are installed on flexible
cords/cables and exposed to weather or in wet locations, they shall be in a
2. If tents over 300 sq. ft.
are used they shall comply with the Florida Building Code (FBC) 2001 Section
3103.1 and Section 1019.5. Certification of flame resistance shall be filed
with the building department prior to a permit being issued.
3. Tent exits, aisles,
seating, etc. shall conform to assembly occupancy. All exits shall be kept free
of obstructions while tent is occupied by the public.
Mr. Lane noted that he understood the
comments from the Building Department and would make sure all of the
requirements were met.
fire protection equipment; building exits and other safety features shall
2. A lane shall remain open
to allow emergency vehicles access if needed. (Movable barricades are
street between New York and Massachusetts must remain open.
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Mr. Lane noted that there would be nothing
located on 12th
Street and that
everything with the exception of one booth would be located against the curb on
New York Avenue.
David Ennis for light trailer. 407-891-6784
1. For temp electric service
if required please contact OUC Customer Service at 2903 17th Street St. Cloud (407) 957-7373.
Map does not
indicate where streets will be barricaded. D.O.T. approved barricades with
yellow warning lights are required. Please make sure there is an appropriate
quantity to barricade streets completely from traffic attempting to pass
events and times is required for allocation of Police Officers for security,
and so officers can answer questions event patrons may ask.
How is beer area
being contained to event area? Is there a “beer garden” type area?
resolution is required for exception to alcohol consumption/city property
Please make sure
bands comply with city noise ordinance.
merchants been notified of event? i.e. limitations to their business parking,
sale of alcoholic beverages, and other matters that have been complained of
Mr. Lane noted that he had met with Maj.
Faucett and was trying to get everything addressed as soon as possible. He
explained that he had provided the staff with a map, that DOT approved
barricades were being utilized, and that the beer garden had been shown on the
layout. He noted that the merchants had not been contacted individually as yet
but he had discussed the matter at the Downtown Business Group meeting. He
also noted that the Chamber had obtained approval for the alcoholic beverage
sales and that he would be providing staff with the required insurance binder
and hold harmless letter.
binder, in the amount of $1,000,000, naming the City of St. Cloud as an insured party must be
submitted to the Human Resources Risk Management division a minimum of ten days
prior to the event.
service, and consumption of alcohol on City/Public property must be approved by
way of Resolution by the City Council. Please provide Human Resources Risk
Management with verification of that action a minimum of ten days prior to the
shall be responsible for verifying that all food vendors are properly inspected
the Planning Department with a list of activities including a time schedule as
soon as possible.
A minimum 44”
clear isle must be maintained on all sidewalks and all handicap curb cuts must
remain open to provide handicap access.
Mr. Lane noted that the handicap curb cut
would be closed for a short period of time because of the boats that would be
located in front of the photography studio.
6. The existing “Noise
Ordinance” prohibits excessive noise after 11:00 p.m. Please be mindful of the time and noise involved with the take-down of
7. This approval is for the
St. Cloud Reunion Weekend 2000 events taking place on New York Avenue between 10th and 12th
Streets only. While there is an indication on the map that there will be a
“Fish Weigh In” and an arrow coming from an unknown location (presumably the
Lakefront) to a site on New York Avenue, no specifics have been provided that
would allow approval of any special event taking place at the Lakefront or on
the route to the event site.
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8. As a DRC approved event,
off-site signage may be used to advertise or direct traffic to the event. All
signage must be free standing and must not be attached to street signs, utility
poles, trees, etc. All signs must be placed so as to prevent visual hazards to
vehicular and pedestrian traffic and may be displayed between the dates of October 11 – 19, 2003.
PARKS & RECREATION
I need a
representative on site by 7:30am on October 17th, 2003
Will the road be
blocked off for our set up for the Stage? Will the road be blocked off all
weekend or would we have to bring the stage back Saturday night?
Mr. Lane noted that the road would be
How many tents
& location? These tents can only be set up on a grass or dirt area.
Mr. Lane noted that there would be no City tents
used and that they would most likely be borrowing tents from Main Street.
How many tables
& chairs and the location for drop off?
Mr. Lane noted that he did not have an
accurate count as yet but he hoped to have the numbers within a week along with
a request for the installation of the white fencing.
How many trash
cans & location for drop off?
How long do you need my sound system person and what days?
Mr. Lane noted that the sound system would
only be needed on Saturday from 11 a.m. until 11 p.m.
I would like to
meet with the representative on site one week prior to the event, October 10th, 2003.
Mr. Lane noted that he would meet with Mr.
Howse at the site on a date and time of his choosing.
FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT
District has no comment.
and Mr. Johnston both expressed concern regarding boats coming through on 12th Street. There is a concern that any
vehicles parked along the route will be blocked in. Mr. Nearing suggested
using temporary “No Parking” signs and the issue was discussed briefly.
Johnston asked how many boats would be staging in the area and Mr. Lane noted that there would be at least
Mr. Lane noted that there would be two people
located at 11th
Street, the alleyway,
Street to control the
flow of boats entering the alley. He also noted that he thought the idea of
using the temporary “No Parking” signs would help.
flow was discussed briefly.
Johnston noted that the Chamber would need to make sure that the Fire
Department had eastbound access on 12th Street.
approved the St. Cloud Reunion Weekend Special Event with the conditions
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#3-115.01 – Public Bank of St. Cloud (Addition)
2500 13th Street
Moody and Mr. Charlie Anderson were present to represent the application.
1. At least one accessible
route (special emphasis crosswalk) shall be provided from public transportation
stops, public streets or sidewalks to the accessible building entrance per
section 11-4.3.2 (1) of the Florida Building Code 2001
was briefly discussed between Mr. Moody and Mr. Trowell. No outcome was verbalized
for inclusion in these minutes.
What is the
purpose for the additional drive-thru area adjacent to the building addition?
Anderson noted that the drive-thru is existing and that the only change was the
addition of a drive-through ATM.
2. Applicant may want to
consider addressing the traffic congestion along Tennessee Ave. It seems this design is only going to make greater
congestion in an already congested area.
noted that Mr. Luthie had concern regarding traffic issues.
noted that they were not anticipating any additional traffic at the site.
A Certificate of
Capacity approved by City Council shall be required prior to receiving a Notice
A Sewer Capacity
Reservation Fee in the amount of $396.00 shall be paid prior to issuance of a
Notice to Proceed, per Resolution 98-27R. The Sewer Capacity Reservation Fee
shall be credited towards the sewer impact fee at the time of building permit.
The balance of all impact and tap fees shall be at the rate in effect at the
time of building permit.
noted that he thought this was inside the City and exempt from having to have a
Certificate of Capacity.
noted that Commercial uses were not exempt. Only the single family residences
in the grid had vested rights.
noted that he would get the Concurrency Management application submitted right
of restrooms planned for the project was briefly discussed with Mr. Anderson
noting that the plan was to take out one existing bathroom and add 2 new
noted that the applicant would need to make an appointment with Mr. Groenendaal
to do a walk-through for credits.
noted that he had architectural plans that had been submitted to the Building
Department for permitting purposes.
approval with the above conditions.
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Capacity Reservation Fee equal 10% of the estimated sanitary sewer impact fee.
For the commercial development, this is: 3,600 s.f of building x $1,100 ÷
1,000 = $3,960.00 x 10% = $396.00 due at the Certificate of Capacity. Per
A list of all
impact fees is available from the Planning & Zoning Department upon
hydrants on site plans.
Show location of
proposed FDC connection.
noted that there would most likely be a fire protection system installed so he
could not provide and answer at this time. He noted that he would make sure
the information was included on revised plans.
the mains was briefly discussed.
1. Approval of
this case will not cause an adverse affect on fire rescue department
conditions and recommendations will be addressed during the construction
Last 3 pages of
plans are not signed or sealed
parking lot will need to be re-striped to correct the following:
Parking is to be
10’ wide and 20 deep
need to be at least 12’ wide with a 5’access aisle
island buffer every 10 parking spaces – 3 additional islands will be required
in the front parking lot.
asked if the project had to be brought up to current code.
noted that it did. He explained that the size was adequate but anything not
meeting code needed to be addressed.
Anderson noted that he did not want to install the islands.
Re examine the
proposed driveway for the drive-up ATM.
appears to impact with a 12 “ DBH Tree that can be saved
The curb cut on Tennessee Avenue is excessive. Reduce it down to
possibly 24 feet and than bring the ATM drive thru further north and separated
from the curb cut.
sign where rear parking lot and drive-thru teller exits meet.
Install do not
enter signs where needed.
must be submitted within sixty (60) days of this review. Revised plans
submitted after the allotted time frame will require a new application
including payment of additional fees.
plans must be folded at the time of submittal. Rolled plans will not be
existing tree to be removed was discussed.
noted that a dumpster enclosure needed to be shown for the site.
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1. The power pole at the
proposed exit is a switch pole that brings electric from overhead to underground
if the pole needs to be relocated there will be costs to relocate pole. I
think the pole may be a conflict.
Mr. Moody noted that he would meet with Mr. Perri to discuss relocation
of the pole.
the submit tree survey. Some existing trees that meet the Land Development Code
are not shown on the plan. This site has had revisions of tree removal in the
past; therefore, the new plans will constituent maintenance.
The St. Cloud
Parks & Recreation Department agrees with the removal of the proposed Live
Oak (Quercus virginiana); however, replacements shall be identified upon the
Please show the
existing buffer plantings on the Landscaping Plan.
Using a set
of plans and indicating “this, that, here and there” was used to discuss plans
for removal and plantings. Nothing was verbalized for inclusion in these
with Article VIII, Section 184.108.40.206 Required landscaping adjacent to public
rights-of-way. Please show the revisions on the Landscaping Plan.
To remove and
replace the Oak trees, that have received severe pruning, located under
existing utility lines.
case will require review by the City Engineering Department only.
applicant will resubmit revised plans within sixty days of this review. The
resubmittal will be for the purpose of sign-off only.
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#3-106.02 – Rental World of St. Cloud
13th Street and Grape Avenue
Moody was present to represent the application.
case has no effect on the building department.
A minimum size
8” water main is required. Change the size of water main from 6” to 8”.
Change the type
of manhole from the dog house shown to a standard type manhole with boots and
indicate two hard couplings for connection to manhole.
sewer main is required to be extended with minimal slope across the frontage
along Grape Ave. for future extension.
On sheet no. 3
of 10, change the as-built notes to “ 2 sets required” and change the tracer
wire to a “ 12 gauge”.
Water and sewer
D.E.P. permits are required.
Provide a 15’
easement along the frontages of Grape Ave. and Hwy 192.
noted that his client would provide the necessary easement. He asked if the
City of St. Cloud would be willing to share in the
recommended that Mr. Moody discuss the matter with Mr. Swingle in Public Works.
hydrants in commercial, industrial, and high-density residential areas shall be
spaced no greater than three hundred fifty (350) feet apart and shall be
connected to mains no less than eight (8) inches in diameter. In addition,
hydrants shall be located so that the radius of one hundred seventy five (175)
feet from the hydrant shall strike a portion of the structure, as well as
strike the same radius of the next hydrant on the property. The required
distance between all hydrants shall be measured along the road right-of-way and
shall not be measured across private property not designated and used as a road
right-of-way. No individual hydrant shall be designed to deliver more than 1000
GPM of required fire flow. (L.D.C. 7.9.2.b.1)
Rescue Department recommends annexation before construction to receive an ISO
rating of 2.
3. Since this project is not
in the city limits, it will not receive fire rescue services from the St. Cloud
Fire Rescue Department. Therefore, approval of this case will not have a
significant affect on fire rescue department operations.
location for the fire hydrants was briefly discussed.
asked when the owner wanted to annex the property.
noted that he did not have an answer right now but he would get with his client
and report back to Mr. Nearing.
Johnston asked if one hydrant was going to be enough.
explained that, as a County project, he had the site per their requirements.
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If the electric
is underground the owner will install al the primary conduit and the concrete
transformer pad. The secondary conduit, wire, and terminations is the
responsibility of the owner. The secondary also applies if the transformer is
on the pole and is underground from the pole.
easement will be required once the location of the transformer and primary run
If the secondary
electric is overhead OUC will install the secondary wire and pole to the
There may be
costs to provide electric service to this project. Please contact Bill Ellwood.
OUC can provide
parking lot lights for this project. Please contact Bill Ellwood.
Development Services (407) 236-9652 – Fax (407) 236-9628
500 South Orange Avenue email: firstname.lastname@example.org
P.O. Box 3193
Orlando, FL 32802
information is obtained by Development Services and Engineer will be assigned
to the job.
Landscaping Plan submitted follows the guidelines of Osceola County. At this time, the St. Cloud Parks & Recreation
Department is unclear of annexation possibilities. If this site is annexed into
the City of St. Cloud, the final Landscaping Plan shall
be in accordance with the Land Development Code, Article VIII.
This case will
require review by the City Engineering Department only.
recommended approval of the construction plans with the conditions as stated.
The applicant will resubmit revised plans within sixty days of this review.
The resubmittal will be for the purpose of sign-off only.
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#3-117.01 – Brown & Johnston Surveying
1201 Vermont Avenue
Mr. Jeremy Camp and Mr. Bob Johnston were present
to represent the application.
additional comments at this time.
An FDOT Drainage
Connection Permit may be required due to the location of the discharge point of
the storm water system.
noted that he had sent a copy of the permit to Mr. Luthie.
the side slope of the storm water retention pond.
noted that the slope would be 2:1 and he would make sure it was shown on the
3. The plan indicates six
parking spaces are provided, however, we could only count five spaces on the
noted that the carport was existing and was being counted as one of the spaces.
1. The change of use will
trigger transportation impacts fees, public safety impact fees, no water or
sewer impact fees will be required unless added fixtures are proposed.
concurrency comments will be provided at the formal site plan review.
1. After initial review of the limited
information inherent with a concept plan, nothing appears as if it would cause
an adverse affect on fire department operations. Since items addressing fire
protection generally are not shown on concept plans, the fire rescue department
will further review the project at the time of site plan submittal.
1. If the electric service
is upgraded please supply electric info to OUC 2903 17th Street St. Cloud, FL 34769 Attention: Angelo Perri. OUC will upgrade its service
cable as needed at no cost to the owner.
exit the large oak should be saved.
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noted that he had spoken to Ms. Duffy and she had determined that the tree
needed to be removed. He noted that the applicant would like to have the
eastern exit because he needed to be able to back out in either direction.
the site was briefly discussed and ingress/egress for the site was briefly
noted that he thought it would be better to leave at 20’ with the length of
trucks that have to be backed out since the tree was no longer an issue.
asked what the mitigation was for the tree and Mr. Holloway noted that it was 2:1.
alleyway adjacent to the site was briefly discussed with Mr. White noting that
he thought it had been taken off the open travelway listing located in the LDC.
noted that he would have someone check for an LDC amendment removing that
plans for the carport, more parking or being enclosed.
Need to get a
site variance for the landscape buffer, the drive aisle width.
cannot be used for drainage.
elevation of the ramp, it appears to rise gradually then must drop dramatically
to grade at the Vermont ROW
Mr. Camp explained
that the existing steps were to be removed.
6. The site will need some
addition work for the parking and variances to help with this conversion;
Planning will support the applicant’s variance provide the redesign addresses
the tree, the retention on site and any outstanding comments.
7. All submitted plans must
be folded at the time of submittal. Rolled plans will not be accepted.
buffer widths and plantings within each buffer; and,
for removed tree; and,
of plants/trees proposed; and,
Show source of
After the reviewing of the Landscaping Plan, additional comments may be
noted that he was aware of the need for a landscape variance and that he had
already spoken with Ms. Duffy.
adjacent to the site were briefly discussed.
of the sidewalk, since the tree didn’t need to be saved, was briefly discussed.
noted that he was in agreement with all of the comments from Parks &
credits were briefly discussed.
There is no
DRC action required for Concept Plans. No formal DRC action was taken
regarding this case.