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CITY OF ST. CLOUD
DEVELOPMENT REVIEW COMMITTEE MINUTES
Services Complex 1st Floor Conference Room
2901 17th Street, St. Cloud
CHAIRMAN: David Nearing, Planning/Zoning Director
Hobbs, Development Officer
Dave Ennis John Groenendaal Ron Trowell Angelo Perri
noted that there were no members of the public present for the meeting.
of Consent Agenda for January 23, 2003
items were approved by the Committee on the consent of this meeting.
of Annexation for Case #3-31.01-Reed, 2820 Canoe Creek Rd.
DRC Minutes for January
#3-28.02 – Hartzog
Lake Shore Blvd 7 Partin Settlement Road
& Sewer Request (Major)
Moorhead and Mr. Denver Marlow were present to represent the application.
case has no effect on the building department.
City water and sewer service outside the City limits shall required approval of
the City Council after a recommendation from the Planning Board.
approval of the request for extension of City water and sewer service outside
the City, subject to DRC conditions.
property is not contiguous with the City limits, therefore a recommendation for
"Deferral of Annexation" shall accompany the recommendation for
approval of this request for extension of City water and sewer service outside
and sewer capacity exists to serve this project without an adverse impact on
meeting current demands.
MANAGEMENT comments for DRC case #3-28.02 Hartzog PUD Construction Plans for
Certificate of Capacity information, impact fees, etc.
subject property does not abut the City limits, annexation would not comply
with state statutes. Therefore, a land use amendment and zoning will not be
processed at this time.
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and sewer are available.
of this case will not cause an adverse affect on fire rescue department
PARKS & RECREATION
will not cause an impact to the St. Cloud Parks & Recreation Department, at
FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT
District has no comment regarding the request for service.
recommended approval of the request for water and sewer with the conditions as
SEE DRC SIGN-OFF SHEET FOR STAFF
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Minutes – 01/23/03
#3-28.02 – Hartzog
& Sewer Construction Plans
This case has no effect on the building department.
A Certificate of
Capacity approved by City Council shall be required prior to receiving City
water and sewer service. In phase one 81 lots are proposed. Because this
project is outside the City limits, 1/3 of the sanitary sewer impact fee for
this phase of the project ($59,265) shall be paid prior to scheduling the
Certificate of Capacity before City Council. The balance of the sanitary sewer
impact fee ($118,530.00) shall be due and payable within 90 days of the City
Council approval date of the Certificate of Capacity.
phases will require Certificate of Capacity for each phase.
3. Staff recommends approval
of a Certificate of Capacity for 81 single family detached dwellings with the
conditions as required by the DRC.
4. Phasing of the project
was indicated in the plans the Certificate of Capacity will remain active while
work continues if work lapses for 6 month a new COC will be required.
5. The current impact and
tap fees per single-family detached dwelling unit outside of the City limits
are as follows: sewer impact $2,195.00; sewer tap $125.00; water impact
$495.00; and, water tap $240.00. These fees are subject to change in the
future. The amount of the water impact, water tap, and sewer tap due fee shall
be determined at the time of establishment of service (water meter request).
The sewer impact fee shall be set with the approval of a Certificate of
This request is
for water only. Although this development will be discharging to the City Of Kissimmee, the sanitary sewer system will be
owned and operated by the City of St. Cloud. Please remove all notes and sheets pertaining to the City Of Kissimmee and include the entire City of St. Cloud Standard Detail sheets w/ specifications.
Change the size
of the water main along Partin
Settlement Rd. to a 12”
main and extend it along the entire frontage of this development terminating
with a temporary dead end detail.
explained that only 8” would be needed to serve this development. He asked if
the City was going to pay for any upsizing that was required.
noted that the applicants would need to discuss that with Mr. Bob MacKichan,
Public Works Director.
Provide an 8”
water main through Tract F and place a fire hydrant at the right of way line of
East Lakeshore Blvd.
Moorhead noted that there was an existing hydrant to the north.
noted that the hydrant to which Mr. Moorhead referred belonged to Kissimmee. He further noted that the purpose
for requiring the hydrant was to allow blow off to flush the lines.
Ennis noted that the County may require an additional hydrant there anyway.
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Moorhead asked if a stub-out could be provided instead. He noted that it would
do the same thing and Mr. Mauro agreed.
Shift the location
of the sanitary sewer force main to the north of Tract F, to provide for the
water main in its currently proposed location.
The use of 6”
double sanitary sewer laterals on the lot lines is not permitted. Change the
size to a single 4” service located in the center of the lot.
sewer lift station and manholes are required to be listed on the plans with the
City of St. Cloud numbering system. Show the lift station as number 73, and the
manholes with numbers 73-01 through 73-48.
Moorhead noted that he did not realize that this would be a City of St. Cloud system but he would revise the
plans to reflect that fact. He also noted that he had submitted the lift
station plans to the County but would make sure the City had them as well.
release valves on all high points of the water main and sanitary sewer force
& profile sheet for the off-site utilities.
Moorhead asked if the plans could be submitted like they had been for the
Jowers project and Mr. Mauro agreed that they could.
A design package
of the lift station with a site plan to scale is required.
1. Distance from or spacing
for hydrants located within single family residential subdivisions shall not
exceed five hundred (500) feet and shall be connected to water mains no less
than eight (8) inches in diameter. 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.
2. An Approved turnaround for fire apparatus
shall be provided where an access road is a dead end and is in excess of 150
foot (46m) in length. The turnaround shall have a minimum center line radius of
50 foot (15m). The grade, surface and location shall be approved by the
authority having jurisdiction. T or Y turnaround arrangements shall be
permitted. NFPA1 3-5.2
3. Access to a planned building group shall
be provided by a minimum of two distinctly separate routes of ingress and
egress, each located as remotely from the other as possible. NFPA 1141, 4-1.2.
4. Since this project is not
in the city limits, it will not receive fire rescue services from the St. Cloud
Fire Rescue Department. Therefore, approval of this case will not have a
significant affect on fire rescue department operations.
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 additional fees.
plans must be folded at the time of submittal. Rolled plans will not be
request will not cause an impact to the St. Cloud Parks & Recreation
Department, at this time.
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case will require approval by the City Engineering Department only.
recommended approval of the construction plans for the water/sewer
infrastructure to a subdivision known as Hartzog. The recommendation included
conditions, one of which requires submittal of revised plans for DRC sign-off.