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CITY OF ST.
DEVELOPMENT REVIEW COMMITTEE MINUTES
DATE OF MEETING: July 1, 2004
LOCATION: 1300 9th Street - 1st Floor – DRC Conference Room; St. Cloud
CALL TO ORDER: 2:00 P.M.
CHAIRMAN: David Nearing,
Berkau, Acting DRC Secretary
Dave Nearing Todd Swingle Mark Luthie Major
Dave Ennis John Groenendaal Ron Trowell Angelo Perri
Veronica Witol Sue
1. Case #4-79.01
– Lakefront Park
Mr. John Dollar and Ms.
Kristin Korkki were present to represent the application.
1. The west trail
head driveway cut at Lakeshore Blvd. will require an Osceola County
2. The east trail head
parallel parking adjacent to Lakeshore
Blvd. will require an Osceola County
right-of- way permit.
3. The proposed
driveway cuts at Massachusetts Ave., Pennsylvania Ave., and Florida
Ave. will require an Osceola County
4. It may be
advisable to eliminate the large curbed landscaped areas in the middle of the
boat basin parking lot in order to facilitate special events.
5. From our experience in maintaining the
retention areas along the Lakefront, it is recommended the pond bottom be no
lower than 59.00 feet to allow for mowing of the ponds during the lake’s high
stage which is regulated at 58.00 feet.
6. When is the
intended date of construction start up and what is the duration of the project?
Please give total acreage of park
so that transportation impact fees can be assessed at the park rate. Currently
they are $160.00 per acre. However, effective Oct. 1, 2994 they will $398.05
Please give total area of park
that is currently being used so that I may assess a credit.
Please give total sf of any
Please provide total number of
boat slips in the marina and the total number of existing boat slips so that I
may assess a credit for these. I believe there are 42 currently existing and
there will be a total of 142 boat slips.
Transportation impact fees for
each boat slip is $293.00. Effective Oct. 1, 2004,
the new transportation impact fee will be $773.00 per berth.
Please give sf of every new
structure including pavilions etc.
A Certificate of Capacity
approved by City Council shall be required prior to receiving a Notice to
All of the above comments must be
addressed prior to scheduling this item for a Certificate of Capacity.
A list of all impact fees is
available from the Planning & Zoning Department upon request.
Add note to all existing water
and sewer services that are not to be utilized to be removed and capped off at
Sheet C202: Provide an 8” tee,
8”x6” increaser and 8” pipe up to the fire hydrant assembly.
Sheet C202: Change the 45 degree
bend to show a 90 degree bend.
Sheet C202/203: Identify the
existing reclaimed water main location.
Sheet C203: Describe the fire
line backflow preventer as a detector check type.
Sheet C203: Add a reduced
pressure3 backflow preventer to the 2” domestic water meter.
Identify the sanitary sewer
manhole structures with the City assigned numbers. Please use numbers 233 &
Sheet C203: Show the complete
limits of construction up to the existing 6” water main on Cypress St.
to include all existing utilities.
Sheet C203: Include profiles of
all water, sewer, reclaimed water and storm crossings.
Sheet C203: Show the location of
the existing 2” water service and ad note to remove and abandon prior to
Sheet C203: An open-cut of
lakeshore Blvd. is preferred over a directional bore as shown.
Sheet C203: Indicate the removal
and re-location of the existing 6” reclaimed water meter.
Sheet IR601: The 2” backflow
preventer shown on the 1-1/2” reclaimed water meter is not required and may be
Provide Hydraulic Analysis
reports on the water and reclaimed water systems.
1. A stable access and water supply is needed
for the dock area. ( NFPA 303- 4.3.4) An additional hydrant may be required.
Move hydrant near building to
area near entrance.
Move hydrant on page c-202 east
to parking lot entrance.
Where is the FDC planned?
Before and during construction,
when combustibles are brought onto the site in such quantities as deemed
hazardous by the fire official, paved roads to provide access for fire vehicles
and a suitable water
6. Fire 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.
OUC (ELECTRIC UTILITY)
1. OUC will relocate or remove any power
poles, anchors or underground electric at no cost to the project. Please
contact Angelo Perri (407) 957-7231 for relocations.
2. The parking lot lights and street lights
will be relocated or removed by the OUC Street Light Division. Please contact
and send plans to Development Services as soon as possible so a Lighting
Engineer can be assigned to the project. Any questions about lighting, please
contact Sharon Schmidt, Business Lighting Analyst (407) 737-4234, Cell (321)
235-5829, Fax (407) 737-4234.
3. OUC can provide
parking lot and street lights for this project. Please contact Development
4. Please send all
site and electric information to OUC Development Services.
Services (407) 236-9652, Fax (407) 236-9628
500 South Orange Avenue email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Orlando, FL 32801
Please redesign parallel parking
to be 10’x23’.
Please redesign parking rows on
sheet C203. All parking rows shall be separated by a continuous landscaped
dividing strip. A minimum width of 4 feet shall be maintained between the
backs of all required curbing. Where wheel stops are used, the length of the
parking stall may be reduced to 18’ if the dividing strip is widened to 8’. A
variance may be possible.
If Public Works recommendation of
eliminating large curbed landscaped areas in boat basin parking lot is desired,
a variance will be required.
Trees south of the parking areas
shall be placed every 25 linear feet, or fraction thereof. Since Live Oaks are
being used, Staff would support a variance to have them placed every 50’.
Please submit appropriate
application and supporting letter for any variances.
Please add hedges south of
parking areas. Hedge shall be at least 2’ in height immediately upon planting
with expected growth to be 2-1/2 feet in height within 1 year of planting.
Said landscape treatment shall be a solid screen with final growth height to be
Please identify the species of
the existing tree on page L501.
Building area is 16,350sf. Based
ONLY on square footage this would require 82 parking spaces. However please
give the square feet of ground area devoted to use. OR please give the number
of persons this facility is designed to accommodate at maximum capacity, and 1
space shall be required per every 3 persons.
Bicycle parking shall equal 25%
of the required parking.
Please give timeline of phases
and identify on plans what each phase includes.
Revised plans 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
All submitted plans must be
folded at the time of submittal. Rolled plans will not be accepted.