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CITY OF ST. CLOUD
DEVELOPMENT REVIEW COMMITTEE MINUTES
MEETING: January 26,
LOCATION: 1300 9th Street - 1st Floor – DRC
Conference Room; St.
CHAIRMAN: David Nearing, Planning and Zoning Director
SECRETARY: Michelle Orton, DRC Secretary
Groenendaal Ron Trowell
Mark Luthie Rick Mauro Dave Ennis Ken
Dunn and Ms. Veronica
Witol were excused.
#6-38.01 – David Lecklitner (Planner, Jeff Higgins)
2124 Canoe Creek Road Roads
Lecklitner was present to represent himself as the applicant.
comments on this annexation.
noted that if Mr. Lecklitner could roll his trash can to the road they would be
able to provide service along Canoe Creek Road.
Lecklitner indicated that would be fine since they are currently doing that
with the County.
and Mr. Lecklitner discussed the color of the cans and their uses.
Lines Division does not object to this request for annexation.
2. This address is currently
connected to City water. Sanitary sewer service is not currently available to
this site. If sanitary sewer was requested in the future, service could only be
provided from California
Avenue in which an
easement would be required from the adjacent homeowners to install a line
Lecklitner indicated that they are currently receiving city water and that they
currently having their own septic and will not be requesting service from the
1. Upon annexation, this
site will receive fire protection from the St. Cloud Fire Rescue Department.
In order for the site to receive the ISO rating inherent with the rest of the City,
a hydrant must be located within 1000 feet of any existing structures, 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. Furthermore, any future
development will require standards set forth according to the City of St. Cloud’s Land Development Code.
to the location, access to this property could cause a delay in Fire Rescue
Lecklitner indicated that he does have a fire plug.
noted that this is a standard comment.
Lecklitner commented that they had just purchased the home and by becoming part
of the city it will lower his fire insurance. He is currently paying over
$2,500 for fire insurance. He is only ½ a mile from the City’s fire department
and a lot further to the county fire station which is on Deer Run.
Annexation, MDR Residential LUA, and R-2 Zoning.
petition for annexation must be included with this application, as well as, a
statement of intended use.
indicated that he did not have Mr. Lecklitner’s signature for annexation or an
intended use form.
Lecklitner noted that it was residential.
indicated that he will be recommending R-2 zoning.
Lecklitner wanted to know about the mailings.
noted that certified mailings would be sent out to those living within 300 feet
of his property, the staff would then write up a staff report to take to the
Planning Board and the City Council, for a first reading and then it will go
back for Public Hearing when the ordinance will be adopted to make Mr.
Lecklitner a residence of the City of St. Cloud. Mr. Nearing then indicated to
Mr. Lecklitner that he was welcome to attend all of these meetings.
FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT
District has no comment regarding this case.
#4-93.02 – Deer Creek West (Planner, John Groenendaal)
S of Mallard Pond/W of Deer Creek
Abandonment of Right-of-Way
Kibler with Real Deal Development Group Inc., was present to represent the application.
comments on this abandonment.
1. Approval of
this case will not cause an adverse affect on fire rescue department operations.
1. It is OK with the Orlando
Utilities Commission Electric Engineering Division to Abandon the Right-of-Way.
of the SLIC is appropriate.
to utilities were sent January
1. Recommend to approve
1. Access to the Beach
Property is to be maintained. Please show how that would occur if he asked
Groenendaal questioned Mr. Kibler if he had a drawing for the beach property.
noted that he did.
Groenendaal and Mr. Kibler reviewed the plans.
wanted to know if the property was already annexed before the CyberSpot.
Groenendaal indicated that they will pay before the Notice to Proceed.
indicated to Mr. Kibler that he did know about the fee.
noted that he did know it had been implemented.
then introduced Mr. Peck as the newest member of the DRC and that he would be
working with the CyberSpot.
listed the fees:
Per Residential Unit:
Per square foot of
Commercial property: $0.0068
Resolution #2005-418R, Ordinance
#2005-168, and Section 184.108.40.206 of the
Land Development Code.
indicated that he would also need to be receiving the plans so that he could
make sure that the sites are shown.
wanted to know when they would have to pay.
indicated that it was before their Notice to Proceed.
noted that he will get a set to Mr. Peck
advised Mr. Kibler that if he did this with his construction plans they would
already be on the plans when he was ready to go.
3. . DING:
now follow John....CREEKCase #4-59.10 – Anthem Park,
Phase 4 (Planner, John
Kissimmee Park Road
Malmberg with Miller, Einhouse, Rymer and Boyd and Mike Terechenok with D.R.
Horton were present to represent the application.
Malmberg noted that the variance was submitted to the plans so they are resubmitting
the geometry plan.
comments on this variance.
1. This variance request
will not have an adverse effect on the Public Works Department. We therefore
recommend approval of the variance.
1. The Lines Division will
not support this variance request without receiving a new layout of utility
locations and utility easements, for review.
Malmberg noted that they had not changed anything from the PUD site plan. He
questioned which new layout they would need to submit. He noted that it is
laid out within the 42 foot width along with water mains.
1. Approval of
this case will not cause an adverse affect on fire rescue department
Fire Rescue Department has the same concerns as lines division.
Malmberg noted that the Fire Department’s concern was the same as lines.
indicated that if Mr. Mauro was alright then he was fine also.
Malmberg noted that they are within the 42 foot width.
2. Please contact OUC
Engineer Jeff Mann to make him aware of adjustments, you can reach him at
407-384-4013 e-mail email@example.com
Need to provide
the responses to the 3 questions of Section 5.4.1.a.
indicated that they submitted a narrative.
questioned if they could get that electronically that would be great.
1. Deferring until PW
1. Was the 22 foot roadway
approved or should this be part of the variance also.
Groenendaal indicated that Mr. Malmberg could ignore the two comments.
wanted to know if the plans showed the phone and cable.
Malmberg noted that it did not because they was still a concern.
then questioned if they were still separated.
Malmberg indicated that they were.
Groenendaal noted that the Planning Department would need to get signed off for
the plans and that we would need an additional 15 sets for sign off.
noted that he would get those to the Department.
then introduced Mr. Ken Peck from the IT Department.
discussed the new fee with Mr. Malmberg for CyberSpot.
Malmberg wanted to know when this fee was due.
indicated that it was due prior to the Notice to Proceed.
noted that he would like to see anything coming in now so that they can give it
to their people that will be doing the installation. He asked that the plans
show street lights since this is where it will be installed.
Terechenok wanted to know if this was another plan that needs to be approved.
indicated that this was just so they could coordinate, that it would not need
to go to a committee.