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CITY OF ST. CLOUD

DEVELOPMENT REVIEW COMMITTEE MINUTES

1300 9TH STREET, BUILDING A, 1ST FLOOR

THURSDAY, MAY 23, 2013

 

CHAIRMAN:               Jennifer Giannuzzi

 

SECRETARY:              Sandy Miville

 

MEMBERS PRESENT:

Maria Lewicka                          David Ennis                              Elizabeth McCormick              

Denise Roberts                         Corey Clough

           

NEW BUSINESS:

 

1.      Case # 13-76.02 ? St. Cloud Village Apartments

201 St. Cloud Village Court

Mini Site Development Plan

 

Applicant/Agent: Melissa Cox, Ebersoldt & Associates Architecture

PLANNING DEPARTMENT                           

MARIA LEWICKA 407-957-8428

·        No conditions

 

PARKS & RECREATION                                            

KIM DUFFY 407-957-7189

CONDITIONS:

·        The scope of the renovation does not show landscaping; with the exception of Sheet AS100 (small detail of landscaping screening in front of existing utility equipment).  The existing Master Landscaping Plan shall be revised and/or in compliance as these renovations take place.  Please contact Kimberly Duffy, Parks & Recreation to review the existing plan and make necessary corrections to the site.

 

Ms. Cox acknowledged the conditions and was advised to contact Kim Duffy directly for advisement.

 

BUILDING DEPARTMENT                            

BOB WOOD 407-957-7266

INFORMATION:

·        Building permits may be needed.

 

Ms. Cox acknowledged the information.

PUBLIC WORKS                                                        

ELIZABETH MCCORMICK 407-957-7259

CONDITIONS:

1.      Cover Sheet, Standard City details and General Notes were not included.  Please revise.

2.      Please show the location/extents of the proposed erosion control devices on your plans.

3.      The dumpster enclosure detail is not our standard detail.

4.      Please provide an erosion control plan for this project.

5.      New Fencing shall not block the existing drainage flow patterns.  Provide a detail of the proposed fence.

6.      Provide a cross section detail of the proposed rip-rap edging at the existing detention pond.

7.      Provide the parking spaces and drive aisles dimensions.  The minimum width for all parking spaces is ten feet (10?).

8.      Please revise the disabled parking detail to reflect a fine of $250.

9.      Is there curbing or wheel stops proposed at the end of the parking stalls?

INFORMATION:

1.      Please be advised that a Pre-Construction meeting and Site Development fees will be required for this project. 

a.      Notice to Proceed on this project will not be issued until after the Pre-construction meeting with Public Services and all required documentation, licenses, permits and fees have been received by Public Services Civil Engineering. 

b.      The City of St. Cloud Site Development fee for greater than 2 acres is $2,000 + 4%  of engineer?s cost estimate OR for less than 2 acre is $1,000 + 4% of engineer?s cost estimate.  Provide the engineer?s cost estimate for review after receipt of the DRC approval and prior to submittal of the check.

c.      Contact Public Services at 407-957-7347 to schedule the Pre-Construction meeting after receipt of the DRC approval.

2.      Please provide a copy of the SFWMD, FDEP water and FDEP wastewater permits to Public Services after receipt of the DRC approval.

 

Ms. Cox asked about the erosion control plan.  Ms. McCormick addressed this.  Ms. Cox asked if the architect can add details or does a Civil Engineer need to sign and seal?  Ms. McCormick advised that the erosion control plan is needed.  The architect will need to confirm if they are permitted under state statutes to sign and seal plans for erosion control and site.

 

Ms. McCormick explained what is needed on the plan, cover sheet and detail, and which of the permits listed would be required.  Ms. McCormick advised what to submit.

 

Ms. McCormick asked Ms. Giannuzzi if this was going to be a Mini Site Development Plan or a Site Development Plan.  There are more than 6 parking spaces.  Ms. Giannuzzi advised Ms. Cox that P&Z will decide this today and advise her. 

 

CONCURRENCY MANAGEMENT                 

MARTY HOBBS 407-957-7285

INFORMATION:

1.      The proposed gazebo will be considered ancillary to the development and will not require assessment of additional transportation impact fees.

2.      The plan does not indicate the upgrading of any existing water meters or the installation of any new meters.  No additional water or sewer tap or impact fees will be required.

3.      For questions regarding the information contained herein, please contact Marty Hobbs, Impact Fee Coordinator, at (407) 957-7285 or via email to mhobbs@stcloud.org.

 

Ms. Cox acknowledged the information.

LINES DIVISION                                                        

COREY CLOUGH 407-957-7222

CONDITIONS:

1.      A FDOT permit or determination will be required for the bus stop location

2.      Need to add a cover sheet including the name of the project, contact info to utilities and engineer of record, owner/applicant, etc.

3.      Show existing easements, rights of way and utilities to ensure conflicts do not exist

4.      Add city of St. Cloud detail sheets that will pertain to requested work and the general note sheet.

5.      Add silt fence as needed around construction area?s

6.      Additional comments may arise during second submittal due to these comments.

 

INFORMATION:

·        Depending on Fire Marshal?s comments, additional comments may arise.

 

Ms. Cox acknowledged the conditions and information, as had been previously discussed.

FIRE DEPARTMENT                                      

DAVE ENNIS 407-957-8484

CONDITIONS:

1.      Fire Lanes shall be marked with free standing signs with the wording ?NO PARKING FIRE LANE.?  Such signs shall be 12?x18? with a white background and red letters and shall be a maximum of 7? in height from the roadway to the bottom part of the sign.  The signs shall be within sight of the traffic flow and be a maximum of 60? apart.  (NFPA 1 18.2.3.5.3 Fl. Edition)

2.      Fire lane gates shall have a width of 20?.

3.      Replace knox box with knox pad lock #3770.

 

Mr. Ennis advised that the plans will need to show the gate and knox padlocks and the signs as noted in conditions.

 

Ms. Cox acknowledged the conditions.

 

Ms. Giannuzzi advised Ms. Cox that the DRC will review the resubmitted plans and explained the steps that follow.

 

 

2.      Case # 13-76.03 ? Oak Ridge

2387 Seven Oaks Drive

Mini Site Development Plan

 

Applicant/Agent: Ashley Burleson, A&M Homes

PLANNING DEPARTMENT                           

MARIA LEWICKA 407-957-8428

CONDITIONS:

·        No conditions

INFORMATION:

·        The sales office trailer shall be removed prior to the issuance of a certificate of occupancy for the first dwelling unit, including model homes, for the development on lots 29-134, 169-262, and 271-276.  The site must be landscaped, with skirting around the sales office.

 

Mr. Burleson asked about ?landscape? and was advised to contact Kim Duffy directly for advisement.

PARKS & RECREATION                                            

KIM DUFFY 407-957-7189

CONDITIONS:

·        The Sales Trailer shall be underpin with an opaque screening and lined with hedges/shrubs.  Please contact Kimberly Duffy for guidance.

 

 Mr. Burleson acknowledged the conditions and will contact Kim Duffy directly for advisement.

 

PUBLIC WORKS                                                        

ELIZABETH MCCORMICK 407-957-7259

CONDITIONS:

1.      A survey is provided, is just the sales trailer being installed or the parking lot as well?

2.      The $250 HC fin says County Ord.

3.      All driving surfaces and parking spaces shall be constructed of concrete or asphalt. Any additional pavement will require a construction detail.

4.      Is the concrete apron already installed?

5.      Please provide details on the sidewalk.

INFORMATION:

·        Additional comments may arise based on discussions during DRC, other reviewer?s comments and the review of responses from the applicant.

 

Ms. McCormick asked if the trailer, etc. were there now or still to be installed?  Mr. Burleson answered that it is all to be installed.

 

Ms. McCormick advised that everything needs to be paved.  There is no allowance or method for gravel and stated the Site Plan should show asphalt or concrete.  Mr. Burleson asked about brick pavers and Ms. McCormick stated she believed yes.  Mr. Clough suggested that the trailer could be put where a parking lot already is.  The pavement does not have to be moved when the trailer is moved out.  He will plan to use the paved lot for the model.

 

Ms. McCormick stated they would need to detail the sidewalk.  Can refer to ?standard details? on the City?s website.     

 

LINES DIVISION                                                        

COREY CLOUGH 407-957-7222

CONDITIONS:

·        Show water, sewer and reclaim connections.

 

INFORMATION:

·        Irrigation permits can be obtained in the Public Services office or contact 407-957-7344 for additional assistance.


Mr. Clough stated the plans need to show connections?draw where the services are located.

 

Mr. Clough discussed irrigation and suggested they see if they can use irrigation from the model.  Can apply for the irrigation meter for that building and run a line out to the trailer, providing a cost savings.

 

CONCURRENCY MANAGEMENT                             

MARTY HOBBS 407-957-7285

INFORMATION:

1.      Connection to potable water and sanitary sewer is required for use of the structure as a ?sales trailer.?  The connections will require payment of water, sewer, and transportation impact fees along with water and sewer tap fees. Due to the temporary nature of the structure the fees will be assessed and due at the time of permitting.

2.      Water, sewer and transportation impact fees will be credited to future construction on Lot 225 at a rate of 1ERU water, 1 ERU sewer and 1 multi-family ERU for transportation. Impact fees are non-transferrable and can only be credited toward development on the parcel for which they were paid.

3.      The total water, sewer and transportation impact fees for this project are estimated to be as follows:

Water = $2,558.84 (reservation fees may be available for credit)

Sewer = $2,885.48

Transportation = $736.82 (528 sq ft @ $1,395.50 per 1,000 sq ft)

4.      Since the impact fees will be credited back to future development the capacity will fall under that which was reserved for the overall development. No additional Certificate of Capacity will be required.

5.      All impact fees are subject to change and will be adjusted based upon that which is approved as final by the DRC and those impact fee rates in place at the time of permitting.

6.      For questions regarding the information contained herein, please contact Marty Hobbs, Impact Fee Coordinator, at (407) 957-7285 or via email to mhobbs@stcloud.org.

 

Ms. McCormick advised changes Ms. Hobbs provided including a credit.  He will contact her if

there are concerns.

 

BUILDING DEPARTMENT                            

BOB WOOD 407-957-7266

INFORMATION:

1.      Need specs on office trailer with tie downs.

2.      Need handicap access to sales trailer.

 

FIRE DEPARTMENT                                      

DAVE ENNIS 407-957-8484

INFORMATION:

1.      Approval of this case will not cause an adverse affect on fire rescue department operations.

2.      Further conditions and recommendations will be addressed during the construction process.

 

CENTURYLINK                                                         

JOHN SALTMARSH 407-390-6302

INFORMATION:

·        The Sales Trailer and mulched parking lot is going to be placed and see no objection to this proposed plat/survey.  Centurylink does have utilities placed along Lots 223, 224, and 225 within the Seven Oaks Drive right of way and a pedestal placed at the northwest corner of Lot 223.

 

Mr. Burleson acknowledged the information provided.

 

Ms. Giannuzzi advised Mr. Burleson that the DRC will review the resubmitted plans and explained

the steps that follow.

 

 

CONSENT AGENDA:

Minutes:  May 9, 2013

 

The minutes were approved by the DRC Members

 

ADJOURNMENT:  2:28 pm

 

 

If a person decides to appeal any decision made by the Committee/Board, with respect to any matter considered at such hearing/meeting, such person will need a record of the proceedings and that, for this purpose, such person may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based, and which record is not provided by the City of St. Cloud. (FS 286.0105) In accordance with the Americans With Disabilities Act, persons needing assistance to participate in any of these proceedings should contact the secretary/Clerk of the Committee/Board listed below, prior to the meeting (FS286.26) Nancy Medina, DRC Secretary; 1300 9th Street; St. Cloud, FL 34769; (407) 957-7255 or via email to nmedina@stcloud.org.

 

 

Respectfully submitted:

 

                                                                                                                                                           

Jennifer Giannuzzi, AICP, Chairman                                         Date

 

                                                                                                                                                           

Sandy Miville, DRC Secretary (substitute)                                              Date

 

                                                                                                                                                           

Dennis Ragsdale, AICP, Growth Mgt Svcs Administrator                       Date