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CITY OF ST. CLOUD

DEVELOPMENT REVIEW COMMITTEE MINUTES

1300 9TH STREET, BUILDING A, 1ST FLOOR

THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 2013 2:00PM

 

 

CHAIRMAN:               Jennifer Giannuzzi

 

SECRETARY:              Nancy Medina

 

MEMBERS PRESENT:

Dennis Ragsdale                                   Forrest Eddleton                                   Maria Lewicka              Robert Wood

Elizabeth McCormick               Marty Hobbs                             David Ennis                                         

 

NEW BUSINESS:

 

1.      Case # 13-75.04 ? Oak Ridge Townhomes Development

Seven Oaks Drive between Old Canoe Creek Road and Canoe Creek Road

Site Development Plan

 

Applicant/Agent: John Moody & Richard Klar, Osceola Engineering Inc., Reed & Tripp Berlinsky,

Gentry Land Company, and Ashley Burleson, A&M Homes.

 

PLANNING DEPARTMENT                                               

MARIA LEWICKA 407-957-8428

CONDITIONS:

1.      Please amend the cover page of the submitted plans to read ?Site Development Plan?.

2.      Is the development name ?Oak Ridge,? ?Oak Ridge Townhome Development,? or ?Oak Ridge Townhomes?? Please make the application and submitted plans consistent showing the same name.

3.      Please amend the Geometry and Striping Plan to show Site Data and Subdivision Standards Tables (sheet #07).

RECOMMENDATIONS:

·        It would be helpful if provided boundary survey would include all proposed development lots.

 

Mr. Moody acknowledged all of the comments and clarified that the development name is Oak Ridge. Mr. Klar commented that the revised plan sheets will reflect the correct name and the site data tables will also be added to page # 7.

 

PUBLIC WORKS                                               

ELIZABETH MCCORMICK 407-957-7259

CONDITIONS:

1.      Crosswalk markings are called out on the geometry and striping plan, but it appears that stop bars and stop sign locations are not noted on the plans.  If they are existing, please show the locations and note as existing.

2.      There is a conflict with a drainage structure at unit 63. Please provide information on where the storm structure will be located, changes to pipe, etc.  In addition, there are additional storm structure conflicts with driveways, please update the plans.

3.      There are existing storm pipes running through properties.  Please add information to the plans if there are drainage easements over these pipes.  If there are not, these will need to be provided.

RECOMMENDATIONS:

1.      Striping may need to be re-installed as some of it is not as visible.

2.      Please verify the slopes along the pond banks.  It appears that they have fallen away since the as-built survey was completed.

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.

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

 

Mr. Moody acknowledged the conditions and stated that there are some existing pipes that do not have easements over them that will need to be dedicated easements. Mr. Klar informed Ms. McCormick that the revised plans will show the dedicated easements and the South Florida permit will be submitted.

 

LINES DIVISION                                                               

COREY CLOUGH 407-957-7222

CONDITIONS:

1.      Any sewer clean out that will lie under a driveway, a brass cap or clean out vault will need to be installed. this can be done on a per install basis

2.      All existing sewers will be used? Will any be abandoned? If so, a sequence for abandonment will need to be added to the plan.

3.      Ensure all meter banks do not end in driveways.

INFORMATION:

·        Irrigation permitting is performed separately; please contact 407-957-7344 for assistance

A pre construction meeting will need to be performed prior to any construction of utilities.

 

Mr. Moody acknowledged all of the conditions and will address the changes on the revised plans.

 

CONCURRENCY MANAGEMENT     

MARTY HOBBS 407-957-7285

INFORMATION:

1.      The submitted application indicates 173/206 for the number of units/lots.  The ?Phasing Schedule? indicates 173. What is the 206 number?

2.      Please revise the Concurrency Management application to indicate either immediate or deferred concurrency testing is being requested.

3.      A Certificate of Capacity was issued for Oak Ridge Townhomes (f/k/a Lorenz Estates , #04-31.04DR) under Resolution #2004-332R on October 14, 2004.  A total of $6,6495.60 in sewer reservation fees were paid at that time for construction of 282 single family residential units.     

4.      Reservation fees will be assessed based on the following current reservation fee rate:

The ERU equivalent for a ¾? meter size is 1 ERU.

Water Reservation Fee per ERU = $500

      Sewer Reservation Fee per ERU = $1,000                                     

5.      Please be advised that the Certificate of Capacity will not be issued until such time as the applicant pays all applicable reservation fees and notifies.

6.      The balance of the water and/or sewer impact fees, along with applicable tap fees, must be submitted prior to issuance of water and/or sewer taps for the project.

7.      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.

8.      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.

 

Mr. Moody acknowledged all of the comments. Mr. Klar informed Ms. Hobbs that the 206 number represents the number of units that were approved but 173 units are being proposed.

 

FIRE DEPARTMENT                                                                   

DAVE ENNIS 407-957-8484

CONDITIONS:

1.      During 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.  A clearance letter from the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (F.D.E.P.) to place a public drinking water facility into service; 

B.  A fire flow test by the St. Cloud Fire Department with results verifying minimum specifications have been met.

INFORMATION:

1.      The buildings will require a fire sprinkler system. The system will be required to be shown on the building plans and a separate permit will be required.

2.      The plans show 3/4? water meters if a 13D fire sprinkler system is installed these meters may not be acceptable for need fire flows in the fire sprinkler system.

3.      If a 13R system is used piping may be required to be shown on the site plans by the Public Services Department.

 

Mr. Moody acknowledged all of the conditions. Mr. Ennis told Mr. Moody to disregard condition number #1. The building fire suppression system will be shown on the building plans.

 

POLICE DEPARTMENT                                                  

SGT. KIRK ZILKE 407-891-6722

INFORMATION:

·        No comments.

 

BUILDING DEPARTMENT                                                           

BOB WOOD 407-957-7266

INFORMATION:

1.      To be considered a townhouse, each unit requires its own individual lot.

2.      Permits will be issued for each unit.

3.      Addressing from 911 is required prior to permitting

4.      Foundation and final surveys will be required for each unit (building).

5.      Notice to Proceed needs to be issued to the building department before building permits can be issued.

 

Mr. Moody acknowledged all of the comments and informed Mr. Wood that each townhouse unit will have its own individual lot with a combination of more than one lot, legal description and address.

 

SCHOOL DISTRICT OF OSCEOLA COUNTY                  

LORI WALL 407-518-2916

INFORMATION:

·        No comments.

 

OSCEOLA COUNTY PUBLIC SAFETY (911 ADDRESS)     

BECKY PUGH 407-742-5913

INFORMATION:

·        No comments.

 

 

2.      Case # 13-70.01 - Southern Pines Phases 3B, 4 & 5

South of Nolte Road between Michigan Avenue and Old Hickory Tree Road

PUD Final Master Plan

 

Applicant/Agent: John Moody & Richard Klar, Osceola Engineering Inc., Kirk Wilkerson, Richland Homes.

 

PLANNING DEPARTMENT                                       

FORREST EDDLETON 407-957-7256

CONDITIONS:

1.      Change title to ?Revised Final Master Plan for Southern Pines (fka Jowers PUD)?

2.      Legal ?Desciption? misspelled on coversheet

3.      Include a phasing schedule on the coversheet. The approved Final Master Plan/Preliminary Development Plan for Jowers PUD indicates that a school and two associated parks are to be built as a part of the PUD. Indicate when this will take place in the phasing schedule.

4.      Include a written statement demonstrating the reasons the revisions are necessary or desirable pursuant to Article 3.11.9 of the Land Development Code

5.      A Revised Final Master Plan shall include data for the entire original approved PUD Final Master Plan including the elements from Article 3.11.7 of the Land Development Code. In this case it would revise ?Final Master Plan/Preliminary Development Plan Jowers PUD.? New revised Final Master Plan shall make deviations from the original clear.

6.      Include data for the entire PUD and make any revised data clear as to how it deviates from the original PUD Final Master Plan

7.      Update aerial maps.

RECOMMENDATIONS:

·        Data can additionally be organized by phase for clarity.

 

Mr. Moody acknowledged the conditions and will make the necessary revisions to the final master plan.

 

PUBLIC WORKS                                               

ELIZABETH MCCORMICK 407-957-7259

CONDITIONS:

1.      It appears that the flood zone lines are not shown on the plan sheets. Please revise and delineate the one-hundred-year flood prone elevations clearly throughout the site.

2.      The area map on the site plan sheets does not show where that sheet is located on the subdivision. Please update.  If there is a floodway, please include as well.

3.      Two of the typical lot sections on sheet 30 do not have numbers just ###.

4.      Typical lot, pond and swale sections were provided on sheet 30. However, no road or bikeways/pedestrian ways typical cross sections are provided.

5.      A topographic map per LDC 3.11.7 at a scale of 100?=1? was not included.

6.      It does not appear that the earthmoving concept plan show the altered 100-year flood prone areas.

7.      A detailed soils report was not provided.

8.      It does not appear that traffic control, sidewalk was shown on the site plans as part of the transportation planning.

INFORMATION:

1.      Site construction improvements (including but not limited to control structures, stormwater system, grading, drainage calculations, cross sections, etc.) will be reviewed during the Construction Plan review.

2.      Please coordinate with the County on any required easements over the existing ditch, and for the invert elevation of the proposed, associated pipe.

 

Mr. Moody acknowledged all of the conditions and will address the changes on the revised plans.

 

LINES DIVISION                                                               

COREY CLOUGH 407-957-7222

CONDITIONS:

·        Does the state require these plans to be signed and sealed?

INFORMATION:

·        These additional phases will now be irrigated with reclaim water unlike the previous phases.

The majority of comments will be on the construction plans, but ensure every lot has a sewer, water and reclaim service, with the sanitary in the center or as close to the center of the lot as possible. Please note on which phase will be constructed first.

 

Mr. Moody acknowledged the condition and stated that he has never signed and sealed a preliminary master plan. Mr. Ragsdale told Mr. Moody that he will research if plans have to be signed and sealed.

 

CONCURRENCY MANAGEMENT                                        

MARTY HOBBS 407-957-7285

INFORMATION:

·        The informational comments from the PUD Preliminary Subdivision Plan (#13-85.01) review will also apply to the Final Master Plan.

 

Mr. Moody acknowledged the information.

 

POLICE DEPARTMENT                                                     

SGT. KIRK ZILKE 407-891-6722

INFORMATION:

·        No comments.

 

FIRE DEPARTMENT                                                                   

DAVE ENNIS 407-957-8484

INFORMATION:

With the information provided as a PUD Final Master Plan the following will be conditions on the construction plans.

1.      Sheet 24 move hydrant at lot 4 to lot 7.

2.      Sheet 24 move hydrant at lot 117 to corner of lot 121.

3.      Sheet 24 remove hydrant, street A track N.

4.      Sheet 24 add hydrant between lot?s 204 & 205.

5.      Sheet 27 remove hydrant on Snail Kite between pond 8&9.

6.      Plans do not show street on lots 212-219, show hydrants for this area.

7.      During 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)

8.      A clearance letter from the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (F.D.E.P.) to place a public drinking water facility into service; 

9.      A fire flow test by the St. Cloud Fire Department with results verifying minimum specifications  have been met.

 

Mr. Moody acknowledged the information.

 

BUILDING DEPARTMENT                                                           

BOB WOOD 407-957-7266

INFORMATION:

·        No Comments.

 

PARKS & RECREATION                                                             

KIM DUFFY 407-957-7189

CONDITIONS:

1.      Please replace all of the proposed Tabebuia species with a Florida Native tree. These exotic trees are abutting large-scale wetlands and the invasive-factor is great.

2.      Street trees will not be accepted. Please revise the second note under the Tree Replacement Note and change the St. Cloud note #2 (on Sheet L0-1) to state: Each Single Family lot shall be required to install a minimum of two (2) different genus/species, canopy Florida native trees;  prior to issuance of Certificate of Occupation. At least one canopy tree shall be a small/medium size canopy and be located within the front yard area. The second tree shall be a large size canopy and be located within the rear yard area. Street trees shown in the landscape easement area shall count toward the required two trees. Palms will not be recognized as replacement.

INFORMATION:

·        Sheet L0-1 Tree Replacement reads that no tree survey has been accomplished. However, it is documented that Kimberly Duffy, City Arborist evaluated much of the site on 9/10/2001 when conducting a survey for the Jowers PUD. Therefore referencing the county tree replacement formula of 15 trees per acre is accurate with the 2001 evaluation.

 

Mr. Klar had questions for Ms. Duffy who was unable to attend the meeting. Mr. Klar will email Ms. Duffy addressing the conditions.

 

 

3.   Case # 13-85.01 ? Southern Pines Phases 3B, 4 & 5

South of Nolte Road between Michigan Avenue and Old Hickory Tree Road

Preliminary Development Plan

 

Applicant/Agent: John Moody & Richard Klar, Osceola Engineering Inc., Kirk Wilkerson, Richland Homes.

 

PLANNING DEPARTMENT                                       

FORREST EDDLETON 407-957-7256

CONDITIONS:

1.      Show a phasing schedule on the coversheet. The phasing schedule should also include when the Master Recreation/School site and associated parks will be developed.

2.      In the ?Site Data? table:

a.      ?Parcel FLU? should read ?Low Density Residential.?

b.      Include minimum lot depth from original approved PUD found in City Ordinance 2001-13.

c.      Change ?Maximum Building Height? to read 35ft instead of ?2 stories.?

3.      List all setbacks of the original approved PUD agreement.

4.      Show a residential density calculation.

5.      Per Article 5.3.2.1 Scale and size of drawings shall be 100? to 1.?

6.      Per 5.3.2.5 the Location Map should show current ?surrounding properties, streets and public facilities.? This should include but not necessarily be limited to Nolte Rd, existing phases of Southern Pines, and the public facilities directly to the south.

7.      Show existing streets which abut proposed development site on all appropriate maps per 5.3.2.6.

8.      Per 5.3.2.7 include greater detail as to location of marshes or swamps, lakes or ponds, and watercourses. Plans show ?conservation area,? ?wetland,? and ?WPA Canal 1-1? but it is not clear what type of material or items are in these areas or, in the case of the canal, their full extent or existing state.

9.      To satisfy the requirements of 5.3.2.10 and 5.3.2.11, indicate the purpose, dedications, rights-of-way, and/or uses of each tract.

10.   Update all aerial maps.

11.   Include all guidelines and requirements of the original approved PUD.

12.   On Sheet 5 the Phases do not match what is detailed in other drawings and maps, please revise.

13.   Many of the lots do not meet the required minimum lot width but can be accepted provided that the guidelines governing the measurement of lots on cul-de-sacs or the curved portion of streets are adhered to (found in Article 2.1.1 Definitions Lot Measurements, width):

a.      Sheet 7 lots: 121 (does not meet the 60ft lot width requirement for corner lots), 6, 7, 8, 116, 120, 131

b.      Sheet 8: 86, 91, 92, 93, 198-202, 208, 209

c.      Sheet 9: 85

d.      Sheet 11: 26, 37, 218, 219, 226, 227, 230, 286, 287

e.      Sheet 12: 57-66, 241, 242

f.       Sheet 14: 39-41, 43-47

14.   Remove the portions of the Preliminary Development Plan detailing development in Phase 3A. This will require a separate application.

 

Mr. Moody acknowledged all of the conditions and will address the changes on the revised plans.

 

PUBLIC WORKS                                               

ELIZABETH MCCORMICK 407-957-7259

CONDITIONS:

It appears that the flood zone lines are not shown on the plan sheets. Please revise and delineate the one-hundred-year flood prone elevations clearly throughout the site.

1.      The area map on the site plan sheets does not show where that sheet is located on the subdivision. Please update.  If there is a floodway, please include as well.

2.      Two of the typical lot sections on sheet 30 do not have numbers just ###.

3.      Typical lot, pond and swale sections were provided on sheet 30. However, no road or bikeways/pedestrian ways typical cross sections are provided.

4.      A topographic map per LDC 3.11.7 at a scale of 100?=1? was not included.

5.      It does not appear that the earthmoving concept plan show the altered 100-year flood prone areas.

6.      A detailed soils report was not provided.

7.      It does not appear that traffic control, sidewalk was shown on the site plans as part of the transportation planning.

INFORMATION:

·        Site construction improvements (including but not limited to control structures, stormwater system, grading, drainage calculations, cross sections, etc.) will be reviewed during the Construction Plan review.

 

Mr. Moody acknowledged all of the conditions and will address the changes on the revised plans.

 

LINES DIVISION                                                                

COREY CLOUGH 407-957-7222

CONDITIONS:

·        Does the state require these plans to be signed and sealed?

INFORMATION:

1.      These additional phases will now be irrigated with reclaim water unlike the previous phases.

2.      The majority of comments will be on the construction plans, but ensure every lot has a sewer, water and reclaim service, with the sanitary in the center or as close to the center of the lot as possible.

3.      Please note on which phase will be constructed first.

 

The Department of Planning and Zoning will verify if the preliminary development plan and final master plan have to be signed and sealed.

 

CONCURRENCY MANAGEMENT                                        

MARTY HOBBS 407-957-7285

INFORMATION:

1.      A portion of the Concurrency Management application was not completed.  Please revise the application on file in the Planning offices by indicating anticipated start/build out time frames and select either immediate concurrency testing or testing deferral.

2.      The Concurrency application indicates phasing of this portion of the development but no phasing plan was included.  Will the applicant be reserving water/sewer capacity based on a phasing plan or is the intent to reserve capacity for all 320 lots at one time?  Once that determination has been made an impact fee estimate will be provided based on the current reservation rate of $1,000 per unit for sewer and $500 per unit for water.

3.      Sewer reservation fees were paid for Southern Pines, PH 3-B under Case #07-87.01 and a Certificate of Capacity was issued for 119 units.  Prior to construction the property owner requested a refund of those reservation fees and the Certificate of Capacity issued by Resolution #2008-51R became void.  No valid capacity reservation exists for Phase 3-B.

4.      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.

5.      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.

 

Mr. Moody acknowledged the information.

 

PARKS & RECREATION                                                               

KIM DUFFY 407-957-7189

CONDITIONS:

1.      Please replace all of the proposed Tabebuia species with a Florida Native tree. These exotic trees are abutting large-scale wetlands and the invasive-factor is great.

2.      Street trees will not be accepted. Please revise the second note under the Tree Replacement Note and change the St. Cloud note #2 (on Sheet L0-1) to state: Each Single Family lot shall be required to install a minimum of two (2) different genus/species, canopy Florida native trees;  prior to issuance of Certificate of Occupation. At least one canopy tree shall be a small/medium size canopy and be located within the front yard area. The second tree shall be a large size canopy and be located within the rear yard area. Street trees shown in the landscape easement area shall count toward the required two trees. Palms will not be recognized as replacement.

INFORMATION:

·        Sheet L0-1 Tree Replacement reads that no tree survey has been accomplished. However, it is documented that Kimberly Duffy, City Arborist evaluated much of the site on 9/10/2001 when conducting a survey for the Jowers PUD. Therefore referencing the county tree replacement formula of 15 trees per acre is accurate with the 2001 evaluation.

 

Mr. Klar had questions for Ms. Duffy who was unable to attend the meeting. Mr. Klar will email Ms. Duffy addressing the conditions.

 

 

BUILDING DEPARTMENT                                                           

BOB WOOD 407-957-7266

INFORMATION:

·        NO COMMENTS.

 

FIRE DEPARTMENT                                                                  

DAVE ENNIS 407-957-8484

INFORMATION:

With the information provided as a preliminary development plan the following will be conditions on the construction plans.

1.      Sheet 24 move hydrant at lot 4 to lot 7.

2.      Sheet 24 move hydrant at lot 117 to corner of lot 121.

3.      Sheet 24 remove hydrant, street A track N.

4.      Sheet 24 add hydrant between lot?s 204 & 205.

5.      Sheet 27 remove hydrant on Snail Kite between pond 8&9.

6.      Plans do not show street on lots 212-219, show hydrants for this area.

7.      During 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)

8.      A.  A clearance letter from the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (F.D.E.P.) to place a public drinking water facility into service; 

9.      B.  A fire flow test by the St. Cloud Fire Department with results verifying minimum specifications have been met.

 

Mr. Moody acknowledged the information

 

POLICE DEPARTMENT                                                    

SGT. KIRK ZILKE 407-891-6771

INFORMATION:

·         No comments.

 

 

4.      Case # 13-45.01 ? Mallard Pond Phases 4A & 4B ? Amendment to Final Engineering Drawings

South of Old Canoe Creek Road, west of Canoe Creek Road

Final Engineering Drawing Minor Amendment

 

PLANNING DEPARTMENT                                               

MARIA LEWICKA 407-957-8428

CONDITIONS:

1.      Please amend the application and the front page of the submitted sets of plans to show ?Minor Amendment to Final Engineering Drawings? to comply w/LDC language.

2.      Please amend the Master Development plan to show Subdivision Standards Table (sheet #11).

3.      Please revise the Subdivision Standards Table to include ?Minimum Lot Width? (sheet #11).

 

Mr. Askey acknowledged the conditions and will make the revisions prior to re-submittal.

 

LINES DIVISION                                                                 

COREY CLOUGH 407-957-7222

CONDITIONS:

4.      Cover sheet- Change the contact phone number to 407-957-7344 for utilities.

5.      Show the jumper and re number all water sample point locations for the proposed water mains.

6.      Add notes to the sheets that reflect new install and show what is currently installed different than what is proposed

7.      Lots 547 and 549, connect the sewer laterals to the manhole and show the inverts for new man hole design

8.      Sheets 53,54 and 55 bold the valves, hydrants, lines and any other materials that is being requested for installation

9.      Add a reuse valve to the connection point on sheet 55.

10.   Will a common area irrigation service be needed? If so add at desired location.

11.   Additional comments may arise depending the remaining DRC members comments

12.   Add Note -All city of St. Cloud current standard details will be followed. Any disturbed areas that exist will be replaced to meet our current standard details

INFORMATION:

1.      All existing valve cans, manhole ring and covers will need to be adjusted to final grade if disturbed

2.      Record drawing will need to have the street names added.

3.      A pre construction meeting will need to be completed prior to construction.

 

Mr. Askey acknowledged the conditions and stated that he would email Mr. Clough to address the conditions since he was unable to attend the meeting.

 

PUBLIC WORKS                                              

ELIZABETH MCCORMICK 407-957-7259

CONDITIONS:

1.      Please change the cover sheet to read Public Services Department and the phone number to read 407-957-7344 FOR Water, Sewer and Drainage.

2.      Are there updated drainage calculations with the change to the size of the pond 6, and for the compensation areas?

3.      Please include or provide the location in the plans of the storm event peak stages for Pond 6.

4.      Please confirm that there are no changes proposed to the existing storm structure in Pond 6.

5.      Are there any speed limit signs proposed?

6.      Is the street sign already installed? 

7.      The only callout for a stop sign is in the hatched previously approved and/or constructed area, please include one in the current phase for approval.

INFORMATION:

1.      Please provide a copy of the SFWMD, FDEP water and FDEP wastewater permits to Public Services.

2.      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.

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

 

Mr. Askey acknowledged the conditions and will answer all of the questions on the comment response letter as indicated by Ms. McCormick. Mr. Askey will make the necessary changes prior to re-submittal.

 

CONCURRENCY MANAGEMENT                                        

MARTY HOBBS 407-957-7285

INFORMATION:

1.      The proposed amendment to the Preliminary Development Plan does not alter the number of lots for Phase 4-A & 4-B.  The comments from the previous review (Case #12-85.01) will still apply.

2.      No new Certificate of Capacity will be required.

3.      Water & sewer reservation fees will be due prior to issuance of a Notice To Proceed.

Water Reservation = $48,500.00

Sewer Reservation = $29,475.00

 

Mr. Askey acknowledged the information.

 

FIRE DEPARTMENT                                                                   

DAVE ENNIS 407-957-8484

CONDITIONS:

1.      Add a fire hydrant between lots 235 and 234 sheet 32.

2.      Mark the emergency access road at each end with a sign reading ?Emergency Vehicles Only?. Sign shall be 12?x18? red letters 2-3? in height on a white back ground (. NFPA 1 18.2.3.5.1)

3.      The emergency access road shall be designed and maintained to support imposed loads of fire apparatus and shall be all weather.

 

Mr. Askey acknowledged the conditions and informed Mr. Ennis that there are existing fire hydrants in phase two. Mr. Askey will make the necessary changes as requested by Mr. Ennis.

 

POLICE DEPARTMENT                                                     

SGT. KIRK ZILKE 407-891-6722

INFORMATION:

·        No Comments

 

PARKS & RECREATION                                                              

KIM DUFFY 407-957-7189

INFORMATION:

·        The department of Parks & Recreation does not have any comments, regarding this case, at this time.

 

Mr. Askey acknowledged the information.

 

BUILDING DEPARTMENT                                                           

BOB WOOD 407-957-7236

INFORMATION:

·        NO COMMENTS.

 

 

CONSENT AGENDA:

Minutes: January 24, 2013 and February 28, 2013

 

Minutes approved by DRC members.

 

 

ADJOURNMENT:        The meeting was adjourned at 3:23 p.m.

 

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:

 

                                                                                                                                                           

Chairman                                                                                 Date

 

                                                                                                                                                           

Nancy Medina, DRC Secretary                                                  Date

 

                                                                                                                                                           

Dennis Ragsdale, AICP, Growth Mgt Services Admin                Date