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CITY OF ST. CLOUD
DEVELOPMENT REVIEW COMMITTEE MINUTES
1300 9TH STREET, BUILDING A,
THURSDAY, MAY 30, 2013 2:00PM
Lewicka David Ennis Elizabeth
Hobbs Corey Clough Kirk
Case # 13-75.05 ? GEM-A IV,
350 E. 13th Street
Site Development Plan
Young, Steve Davis and Fred Siebert
1. Please amend the
site plan and application to show ?Industrial-2A? zoning district.
2. Please amend the
application to show ?Industrial? Future Land Use designation.
3. The vicinity map
should include a scale not less than one inch equals two thousand feet
(1? = 2,000?).
4. Please amend the
site plan to show the number and dimensions of the bicycle parking spaces.
5. Please amend the
site plan to show the Area Calculations and Occupancy Load as provided on the
6. Please amend the
site plan to show the parking calculation as provided in the information
7. Please amend the
site plan to show a table with the proposed setbacks and impervious surface/lot
proposed use is not listed in the ?off-street parking minimum requirements?
table. Therefore, the use ratio for ?churches, temples or place of worship? was
applied (one space for every four seats in the main auditorium, plus 10%
bicycle parking). The proposed meeting room is designed for 196 people
(information provided by Stephen E. Davis Architects, Inc.) and requires forty
nine (49) parking spaces. As fifty (50) parking spaces are shown on the
provided site plan, no additional motor vehicle parking is required.
Davis acknowledged the conditions.
Siebert addressed condition # 2, and resubmitted a revised DRC application.
Comments at this time.
The 0.08 acres to be dedicated to
Osceola County as noted on the plans, are not reflected in the drainage
calculations. How is the additional impervious for the new sidewalk
installation being addressed?
Please continue the construction
of the sidewalk parallel to Orange Ave to include the handicap ramp detail at
No cover sheets
provided ? included at a minimum a sheet index, utility company contacts,
project address and/or parcel ID, etc.
4. Include the City?s current standard
general notes and details.
Dumpster enclosure does not meet
the City?s minimum dimensions. Please revise and include the City?s standard
show protection for storm inlets in the area or adjacent to the project
Please label the new right-of-way
line due to the dedication to Osceola county.
The proposed 6? PVC sanitary
appears proposed to be constructed on another property. Please provide a
utility easement or a written agreement with the adjacent property owner
allowing this construction; or adjust the location of the installation.
Please provide a detail for the
two proposed flumes, including but not limited to cross sections of the flumes.
Is curb proposed on-site? What
type? Please call out on the plan views and any associated cross section or
The orifice does not appear to
meet SFMWD criteria. Refer to the SFWMD Dry Retention/Detention Area criteria,
?Dry retention/detention areas shall have mechanisms for returning the
groundwater level in the area to the control elevation.? The control elevation
is the 0.147ac-ft volume elevation of 77.7? In addition, the orifice should
meet the SFWMD criteria that ?gravity control devices shall be sized based
upon a maximum design discharge of one half inch of the detention volume in 24
The minimum elliptical pipe
allowed would be a 15? equivalent = 12? x 18?.
Please show a cross section of the
All signage and striping shall be
called out on the plans, provide details as applicable.
The sidewalk ramp elevations at
the handicap spaces do not appear correct. Please verify and update as
The orifice appears to be located
at the SHWL per the geotechnical report.
The north portion of the property
is graded to drain off-site onto the property to the north, which is a change
in drainage flow from the existing condition.
Please be advised that a
Pre-Construction meeting and Site Development fees will be required for this
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.
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.
Contact Public Services at
407-957-7347 to schedule the Pre-Construction meeting after receipt of the DRC
Please provide a copy of the
Osceola County, SFWMD, FDEP water and FDEP wastewater permits to Public
Services after receipt of the DRC approval
Mr. Davis acknowledged all of the conditions.
Mr. Young stated that he did not know if the 6? PVC
sanitary was in City property or not? Mr. Clough informed Mr. Young that he
addressed that conditional comment under Lines Division, condition # 9.
Mr. Young asked if he was required to have a dumpster.
Ms. McCormick stated that the plans showed a dumpster enclosure. If they are
not going to have a dumpster enclosure, they will have to include a note on the
revised plans specifying that trash cans will be used instead.
1. The submitted
application indicates installation of a 1? potable water meter. Water and
sewer impact fees are based on the water meter size and the ERU equivalent for
that particular meter size. A 1? water meter is equivalent to 1.67 ERU.
2. The total water
and sewer impact fees for this project are estimated to be as follows:
of a ¾? water meter rather than a 1? should be sufficient for the proposed use
and would reduce the amount of the water and sewer impact fee.
3. The following
reservation fees have been estimated for this project and must be submitted
prior to issuance of a Certificate of Capacity by the Planning Department:
Reservation = $835.00
Reservation = $1,670.00
impact fees may be assessed at the time of building permit issuance.
4. The balance of
the water and sewer impact fees, along with applicable tap fees, must be
submitted prior to issuance of water and sewer taps for the project.
Impact fees are assessed based on the actual use of the structure. The
information included on the application is insufficient for making a
determination regarding a use classification. Please provide an informational
narrative explaining the specifics of the use or contact Marty Hobbs, Impact
Fee Coordinator at (407) 957-7285 or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org for discussion.
Based on additional information provided by the
applicant, the ?use? classification will be ?Office Space?. Office space is
assessed at a rate of $2,643 per each 1,000 sq ft of floor space for a total
transportation impact fee estimate of $8,299.
Davis acknowledged the information.
1. A minimum 15
foot (15?) wide utility easement is required centered over the water main, fire
hydrants and up to the water meters if placed outside of the right of way.
2. All necessary
paperwork for dedication to the City of required Utility Easements must be
received prior to release of water meters for the property. Required
documentation for all Utility Easements includes at a minimum suitable easement
document, legal description and sketch of the easement, and a Certificate of
Title for the parent parcel dated no more than 15 days prior to receipt of the
3. Get a FDEP
determination for the proposed fire hydrant. A permit should not be required,
if so the permits for the city of St. Cloud can be found at www.stcloud.org
4. Show the jumper
and all water sample point locations (if needed by request of an FDEP permit)
5. Any required
changes from Osceola County that may alter these plans will require an
additional review by the City of St. Cloud and may require revisions to the
6. Approved plans
from Osceola County must be submitted to the City of St. Cloud prior to
scheduling a preconstruction meeting.
7. Add a cover
sheet to the plans.
8. Add a 6? wet tap
gate valve where the fire hydrant will be tapped into the existing water main.
Do not remove the valve for the fire hydrant as a replacement.
9. The sanitary
sewer connection- remove from coring into the manhole and a sewer tap to the
existing main. Have the sewer line straight from tie in to right of way. Add a
6? cleanout at right of way.
10. Remove the bend
from the fire hydrant line, keep it a straight line.
11. Tap water
services separately off the existing 6? water main.
12. Add current city
of St. Cloud general note and details. Remove any details from the plan that
are not current.
1. If the Fire
Marshall has any additional request, these comments may change to reflect
2. During the DRC
meeting, additional comments may arise.
3. A pre
construction meeting will need to be completed prior to any site work. This can
be scheduled through Public Services after approval of DRC case. The contact
phone number is 407-957-7347.
permitting is a separate permit and can be obtained through Public Services by
contacting 407-957-7344 for assistance.
5. A temporary
construction water meter can be leased by contacting Public Services at
Davis acknowledged the conditions.
Clough asked if there was going to be any cooking on site. Mr. Young informed
Mr. Clough that there will be no cooking on site.
Approval of this case will not
cause an adverse affect on fire rescue department operations.
construction, when combustibles are brought on to the site in such quantities
as deemed hazardous by the fire official, access roads and a suitable supply
of water, acceptable to the fire department, shall be provided and maintained.
Completion of the base installation, including the appropriate tack coating and
sanding, shall be considered sufficient for vehicular access. The following
requirements must be met before water is made available to the site: (LDC 16E)
A clearance letter from the Florida Department of Environmental Protection
(F.D.E.P.) to place a public drinking water facility into service;
A fire flow test by the St. Cloud Fire Department with results verifying
minimum specifications have been met.
With the information provided it appears the required fire flow will be 1500
The cover sheet states an occupancy load of 220 people by design. With the
information provided for the site plan it appears this number could exceed 300
depending on the building design. This will be addressed with the building
David acknowledged the information and will revise the table on the plans.
DISTRICT OF OSCEOLA COUNTY
Impact on Public Schools
1. Sheet L-1 shows
the removal of:
· One (1) 26? Live
Oak (Quercus virginiana)
· One (1) 22?
Water Oak (Quercus nigra)
· One (1) 24?
Laurel Oak (Quercus laurifolia)
· Two (2) 6? Oaks;
which were identified as Camphor (Cinnamomum camphora)
is in the best interest of the City to retain as many valuable trees as
possible. The Arborist has evaluated the 26? Live Oak, to be the only existing
tree of value for this site. Please submit a written justification why this
tree shall be removed and site adjustments cannot be made.
2. Sheet L-1 shows
the saving of:
· Two (2) 8?
Laurel Oaks (Quercus laurifolia)
· Two (2) 12?
Laurel Oaks (Quercus laurifolia)
trees have been evaluated as poor and shall be removed. Please show replacement
trees at a ratio up to two-for-one on Sheet L-1. Please identify these replacements
within the notes as meeting mitigation requirements and described within the
TREE & SHRUB SCHEDULE.
3. Sheet L-2
briefly mentions Tree Barricades. Please add a detail or reference Section
8.3.2. within the notes.
4. Please remove
all of the OSCEOLA CODE NOTES on Sheet L-2.
5. Please revise
Landscape Specifications note #16 on Sheet L-2. The department of Parks &
Recreation does not understand the sole responsibility to notify ?Candy?.
6. Please revise
Landscape Specifications note # 27 on Sheet L-2 to add the City of St. Cloud
prior to the final landscape inspections.
7. All buffer
widths and/or landscaping requirements shall be in accordance of I-2 zoning.
· Please make
revisions to the buffers along 17th Street and Orange Avenue.
· Please show
additional trees, within the buffer, along the proposed retention pond.
· Please show I-2
green-space calculations on Sheet L-1.
· Please review
proposed numbers of required trees (spacing requirements).
8. Additional trees
are required, within the buffer, along the North property. Please recognize the
dumpster location and do not propose large trees nearby.
9. Additional trees
are required, within the buffer, along the West property.
10. Please replace
the proposed Live Oak trees, shown within the buffer, along 17th
Street. At maturity these trees will impact the existing overhead utilities.
11. Please shift the
proposed Magnolia (Magnolia grandiflora) trees further North (center of the
medians). If not shifted, at maturity, these trees will impact the existing
12. Please change ¼
of the proposed Crape Myrtle (Lagerstromia indica) trees to another species of
(using curbing or wheelstops) is required to be protected; in accordance to
internal landscaping regulations unless they are designed as part of the on-site
retention and recharge areas. Please make necessary changes on Sheet L-1.
14. Please revise
the TREE & SHRUB SCHEDULE on Sheet L-1.
· Numbers of
trees/plants and sod square footage are outstanding
descriptions are unclear (such as: standard or multi-trunk)
· Trees are
described; however, are not proposed on the drawing. Please remove them if they
are not to be used.
15. Please revise
the GENERAL NOTES on Sheet L-1.
· No tree or shrub
shall be planted in such a manner that at the time of planting the base of the
_______ is within three feet of any public sidewalk or bike for small trees or
five feet for larges trees. Please review this note and make necessary
· All lighting to
be on building & shall not shine to adjacent property. Please remove this
note from Sheet L-1.
16. Please change
the scale from Architect to Engineer.
17. Signage may be
blocked by proposed vegetation. Please make necessary changes to avoid this
C-4 shows the erosion silt fence to be installed in accordance to Florida
requirements. Please stake; do not trench the material into the ground adjacent
to the neighboring trees (proposed retention pond). This will be discussed at
the pre-construction meeting.
Davis and Mr. Young acknowledged all of the conditions.
Young wanted to know what Ms. Duffy meant by changing ¼ of the proposed Crape
Myrtle trees to another species of Trees. Mr. Van Tassel explained to Mr. Young
that the City Arborist is asking for variation of trees.
Davis asked if he could use the existing trees located on the abutting property
along the retention pond as part of their buffer. Mr. Van Tassel explained to
Mr. Davis that they must provide their own landscape buffers.
Case # 13-65.01 ? Crossfit Panoply
2004 Jaffa Drive, Unit B & C
Fire Rescue Department has determined the maximum occupancy to be 47 with the
Impact on Public Schools for gym parking
KIRK ZILKE 407-891-6722
1. Chick-fil-A First 100 Event
4360 13th Street
DRC Special Event Minor
Applicant: Matt Wills,
representative on behalf of Chick-fil-A
Mr. Wills is to resubmit a
revised application modifying the starting time and date. Also, a revised site
plan showing the event on Chick-fil-A?s site and the section for the
participants parking area.
2. Minutes: May 23, 2013
The minutes were approved by the
ADJOURNMENT: 2:28 pm
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