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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
noted that there were no members of the general public present for this
meeting. He also noted that Comdr. Faucett was excused from this meeting.
of DRC Minutes for December 19, 2002
minutes of December 19,
2002 were approved by
consensus of the Committee as submitted.
Kissimmee Park Road Retail
U.S. 192 & Kissimmee Park Road
Hindle was present to represent the application.
comments at this time.
Provide a cross
access easement for the contiguous lot.
explained that his client did not have a problem granting this easement as long
as the adjacent property owner agreed to reciprocate. He asked if the easement
could simply be reserved if the property owner didn’t want to cooperate.
noted that staff was going to require the easement and that simple reservation
wouldn’t be acceptable.
between the building foot print and the proposed underground drainage system
should be at least 30 feet apart.
asked why this separation was necessary.
explained noting concerns with possible undermining of the building. “Here”
and “there” was used in reference to the plans to indicate location.
noted that he would do an analysis of the situation and see how the issue could
best be resolved.
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noted that he realized that there was going to have to be an easement inside
the property and that was why he wasn’t asking for additional easements. He
explained that had he known about this during the review of Dylan Plaza, there might have been alternative options available.
3. The proposed driveway on Kissimmee Park Road must be right in/right out only.
The removal of the concrete divider will seriously effect the free flow of
traffic on Kissimmee
Park Road. By
providing a cross access to the corner parcel, vehicles will be able to exit
onto Neptune Road in the future.
described some problems that were going to occur regarding traffic flow in and
out of the site as a result of completion of the Neptune Road project.
and Mr. Hindle discussed the issue. It was determined that much was going to
depend on the final configuration of Neptune Road and that the cut wouldn’t be
completely open but might allow a left in and right our.
noted that it would be important for the access to be located as far North as
the project information requested under COMMERCIAL, PROFESSIONAL, AND
INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENTS on the CONCURRENCY MANAGEMENT application form that
were left blank. (A representative may do so by stopping by the Planning &
Zoning Dept. offices and accessing the project file.)
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 $660.00 shall paid prior to receiving a Notice
to Proceed. This amount is equal to 10% of the estimated sanitary sewer impact
fee, as estimated by Resolution 98-27R.
Capacity Reservation Fee amount shall be credited toward final impact fees for
this development. Final impact fees shall be determined at the time of
building permit using the submitted architectural plans. The balance of the
sewer impact fee, the water impact fee and transportation impact fee and water
and sewer tap fees shall be due and payable at that time. If the development
is permitted on or after April
1, 2003, an additional
Public Safety impact fee can be imposed.
approval subject to the above conditions.
98-27R estimates the sanitary sewer impact fee at the rate of $1,100 per 1,000
gross square feet of building under the Commercial uses category. For this
development: 6,000 gsf of proposed building X $1,100 ÷ 1,000 gsf = $6,600.00
estimated sanitary sewer impact fee.
noted that he did not have any problems with the Concurrency Management
explained that the water and sewer impact fees were going to be increased and
that the applicant would have to pay the rate that was in effect at the time of
asked when the increase would be going into affect and Mr. Nearing noted that
it would probably be mid April. The new Public Safety impact fees for the Fire
and Police Departments were also discussed briefly.
Indicate an 8” x
6” reducer at the connection point to the sanitary sewer.
noted that he would show the installation of a reducer as requested.
The lay out of
this building with only one sewer lateral will not provide for any business
with food preparations requiring a grease trap.
noted that he would talk to his client but may just go ahead with installation
of a grease trap.
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1. Approval of
this case will not cause an adverse affect on fire rescue department
conditions and recommendations will be addressed during the construction
Please provide a
cross-access easement from the entrance of this property to the property line
abutting the property to the south. This easement shall be recorded, and proof
of its recording shall be provided for the official file prior to receiving a
Notice to Proceed. Please show said easement on the site plan. (A similar
cross access easement will be required of the property to the south. This is
to facilitate traffic movements.)
"SITE LOCATION" map on the cover page to shade in the entire subject
property. (There is a white rectangle which gives the appearance that a
portion of the site isn't included.)
the Flood Zone information on the survey. Flood Zone "C" is not
longer a valid designation.
the Flood Zone on Site Plan, Sheet 3, instead of just saying it's not in the
100-year flood zone.
the Site Plan (Sheet 3) to indicate the dimensions of the Loading Zone, the
minimum of which is 12' x 45' per Section 3.18.5.A of the Land Development Code
the Site Plan (Sheet 3) to add the number of bicycle parking spaces required
and provided in the notes section next to vehicular parking.
brief discussion, Mr. Morgan noted that Mr. Hindle simply needed to add the
information to the parking calculations shown on the plans.
the Site Plan (Sheet 3) to indicate the location, number and dimensions of the
bicycle parking required by Table III-8 of the LDC.
noted that it was shown next to the dumpster.
why the sidewalk along Kissimmee
Park Road does not
continue across the entire length of the front of the subject property.
noted that installation of a sidewalk was not going to be possible. He
explained that, without filling in the ditch, the guardrail’s location was not going
to provide enough room.
asked if there was a chance that DOT could do anything about it.
Mr. Hindle noted
that there probably was not and explained that the pipe belonged to the City.
explained that a site variance was going to be required if there was to be no
sidewalk installation. He warned Mr. Hindle that the City Council would
probably want him to install a bridge.
noted that he would discuss it with his client but he would probably end up
dedicating that portion of the site to the County.
on the Site Plan (Sheet 3) whether the silt fence will be taken down after
completion of construction. Will there be a permanent fence replacing the silt
explained that once the area was stabilized and sodded the fencing would be
removed. He further noted that there was no intent to install any type of permanent
fencing to replace it.
approval with conditions noted above. Plans shall be corrected to reflect all
conditions prior to sign-off.
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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
use of Retail is a use which is compatible with the zoning of Highway Business.
The rows of
parking stalls that are 18' length are permitted by Section 3.18.3.A.1 of the
LDC, because the 2' deducted from the parking stall length is added to adjacent
landscaping and open space.
The following is
a note on the survey: "THE SURVEYOR HAS NOT MADE A SEARCH OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS FOR EASEMENTS, RESTRICTIONS, RESERVATIONS AND/OR RIGHTS-OF-WAY
RECORD." Why not? How was the easement information shown on the survey
obtained? This is precisely the kind of information that is desired when
constructing buildings and infrastructure. Please correct or explain.
PARKS & RECREATION
1. On December 27, 2002, the St. Cloud Parks &
Recreation Department reviewed the submitted Landscaping Plans with
representatives of Schoolfield Properties. At this time, changes to the plan
are being proposed and variances may be required. Therefore, this department
will enter comments after reviewing the new submittal.
FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT
South Florida Water management District permit is
required for this project.
OSCEOLA COUNTY PUBLIC SAFETY (911 ADDRESSING)
final approved site plan showing tenant build-out for addressing. We have no
plat or site plan on file for review.
applicant will submit application for variances for sidewalks and landscaping.
Once council has taken action on the variances, the applicant will resubmit
revised plans for sign-off only.
meeting was adjourned at 2:25