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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 Eric Morgan Ron Trowell
Perri Comdr. Faucett
noted that there were no members of the public present for this meeting.
Approval of the
DRC Consent agenda for January
following items were approved by the Committee on the Consent agenda of this
#3-25.01 – Branham, Richard – 3615 Michigan Avenue – annexation deferral
#3-28.02 – Kroft, Charles – 601 McKay Street
– annexation deferral
# 03-27.01 – Exxon Mobil
Canoe Creek Road & Old Canoe
Owens of MDM Services was present to represent the application.
comments at this time.
1. We do not recommend
approval until such time the Plat is filed, Performance Bonds are filed
guaranteeing construction of the improvements, and a Hold Harmless Agreement is
executed between the City of Saint Cloud
and the property developer of the proposed Exxon Mobil site.
A Certificate of
Capacity approved by City Council shall be required prior to receiving a Notice
A Sewer Capacity
Reservation Fee in the amount of $431.75, equal to 10% of the estimated sewer
impact fee, shall be paid prior to receiving a Notice to Proceed. This amount
will be credited against final impact fees, which will be calculated at the
time of building permit submittal based upon construction plans.
approval with conditions as given herein.
sewer impact fee is based upon the ratio of $1,100 per 1,000 gross square feet
of commercial building area, per Resolution 98-27R. As it applies to this
project: 3,925 gross square feet of convenience store building X $1,100 ÷
1,100 gross square feet = $4,317.50 estimated sewer impact fee. 10% of this
amount is the Sewer Capacity Reservation Fee.
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A copy of
current impact fees and rates are available from the Planning & Zoning
A Certificate of
Capacity is valid for 1 year after the approval date by City Council, within
which period construction must commence and be ongoing and continuous.
Otherwise, the Certificate of Capacity expires and water and sewer service is
denied until such time as another Certificate of Capacity is obtained.
requested clarification of the comment.
explained and noted that because of the subdivision not being platted there
were going to be other issues that would need to be addressed. He recommended
that Ms. Owens contact the owner(s) of the property to discuss when the plat
was to be recorded.
asked if she could record the plat.
explained that she could not because she did not own the property. He again
recommended that she contact the owners of record.
explained that the fees referenced in the comments from Concurrency Management
were based upon current fees and that the fees were going to be increased and
that the fees in effect at the time of payment would be what the applicant
would be required to pay.
Include the City
of St. Cloud water service connection detail on sheet no. C4.1.
A sanitary sewer
clean-out is required per every 75’ of service line.
Add note to the
sanitary sewer clean-outs (Brass Caps Required Within Driveway Areas).
Indicate a 10” x
8” tapping valve and sleeve at the fire hydrant connection.
1-1/2” tapping valve and sleeve at the connection point for the potable water
tubing for the service lines from the tap to the meter.
notes on sheet no. C4.0 indicates a 1-1/2” water service line by SCPU. If the
city is to provide the service lines from the main to the right of way line,
additional costs will be applicable.
asked for clarification of the note indicating that the City was installing the
utilities for the development.
noted that she had been told by the Developer that the City was going to do the
explained that the City could do it but it was going to require additional
noted that the water lines will be put in by Exxon.
8. Because the car wash and
the store share the same water service line, it is highly recommended that a
reduced pressure backflow preventer is installed to separate one from the
proposed new hydrant approximately 25’ east near drive.
official confirmation from Osceola County 911-Addressing of the address of this
Please provide a
Certificate of Title showing that Exxon/Mobil owns the property or provide
written and notarized authorization to make this application from the entity
that does own the property.
on the site plan the proposed maximum height of the convenience store building,
the car wash and the gas pumps canopy.
on the site plan the type of building construction and materials of the
convenience store, car wash and gas pumps canopy.
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the site plan to reflect that a parallel parking space is 10' x 23' and not 9'
x 24', per Section 6.13.1 of the Land Development Code (LDC).
Please verify on
the plans that there is 100' or more distance between the nearest point of the
subject property and the nearest property which contains a filling station or
automobile service station, per Section 3.20.12.A of the LDC.
Sheets G1.0 and G1.2 regarding signage from the plans submitted for approval.
Signage is permitted separately. (Please get with the Planning & Zoning
Depart regarding the "Spanner Building" and signage.)
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
stores with gasoline pumps" is a permitted use within the Highway Business
Please note that
a maximum of 75 square feet of building façade signage facing the front will be
allowed at permitting. The front is defined at facing the roadway off which
this site is addressed (probably Old Canoe Creek Road). A maximum of two
building façade signs not to exceed 37.5 square feet total area shall be
allowed on the sides. The above signage is for the convenience store and
gasoline pumps canopy combined. See Division 19 of the LDC.
standing sign of a maximum height of 20' and maximum signage area of 64 square
feet (per side for a 2-sided sign) will be allowed at permitting. See Division
19 of the LDC for setbacks and additional information.
FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT
South Florida Water Management District permit is required for this project.
COUNTY PUBLIC SAFETY (911 ADDRESSING)
a site plan for addressing showing the tenant build-out for the Winn Dixie Plaza.
noted that all tank permitting goes through Osceola County. He also noted that the Certificate
of Capacity would be processed after platting and after all of the fees have
asked how long the platting process takes.
explained that it would depend on the developer and the engineers. He noted
that it could go through as quickly as 30 or 45 days if all of the necessary
documentation is submitted. He also noted that it would be possible to post a
bond if all of the infrastructure had not been installed. He then noted that
it would have to include a “hold harmless” acknowledging that the City was not
responsible if the applicant was unable to obtain a Certificate of Occupancy
because the infrastructure was not in place. He then advised Ms. Owens that it
could take 6 months or longer if the developer and/or engineer drags their
noted that she would discuss the matter with Exxon and noted that this was the
first she had heard of any of these problems.
following comments were submitted at the meeting:
with the St. Cloud Land Development Code, Article VIII, Section 220.127.116.11(b) a
tree is required to be planted every twenty-five (25’) feet or a fraction
thereof, for all required buffers adjacent to rights-of-way. Please add
additional trees within the buffers.
three (3) Oaks (shown within the center of the Northwest buffer – adjacent to
the Winn Dixie Shopping Plaza) shall be replaced to a smaller type of tree. The
proposed Oaks will conflict with the approved landscaping/buffers, on the Winn
Dixie site. Note: The legend may be confusing.
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QV represents Quercus virginiana. However, the drawing and legend show that QV
represents Quercus laurifolia. Please clarify.
Oaks within all of the interior medians shall be changed to a medium and/or
small type of tree. The green space shown will not provide enough room for a
large type of tree.
proposed Oaks, shown within the required buffer (adjacent to Canoe Creek Road), to smaller type of tree. Overhead
recommended approval with conditions. The applicant will resubmit revised
plans within 60 days for sign-off only. Final approval will be given once the
platting has occurred and everything is completed for the subdivision.
meeting was adjourned at 2:20