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CITY OF ST. CLOUD

DEVELOPMENT REVIEW COMMITTEE MINUTES

 

 

DATE OF MEETING:      March 22, 2007             

 

LOCATION:                   1300 9th Street - 1st Floor – DRC Conference Room; St. Cloud

 

CALL TO ORDER:         2:00 P.M.

 

CHAIRMAN:                  David Nearing, Director of Planning and Zoning

 

SECRETARY:               Michelle Orton, Development Coordinator

 

MEMBERS PRESENT:

Bob Wood                     Mark Luthie                   Capt. Bret Dunn             Tommy Howes              

Ted Kozak                     Jonathan Kutche            David Ennis                   Bob Friend                   

Jeff Higgins                   

 

Ken Peck, Cindy Spanglo and Ron Trowell have been excused.

 

OLD BUSINESS:

 

1.                   Case #07-44.01 – Villages of Kissimmee Park (Jonathan Kutche, Planner)

Northeast Corner of New Nolte Road and Kissimmee Park Road

PSP; 15.54 acres; 102 lots

 

Jeff Ball with Osceola Engineering, request a continuance so that they can hire an arborist.

 

BUILDING DEPARTMENT

INFORMATION:

1.         No comments on these subdivision plans.

 

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT

INFORMATION:

1.         With the implementation of the Cyber Spot wireless system thru out the City of St. Cloud, “Cyber Spot Capital Expansion” charges will apply prior to development of said property.

 This fee shall be assessed as follows:

Per Residential Unit: $118.46

Per square foot of Commercial property: $0.0068

Please reference Resolution #2005-418R, Ordinance #2005-168, and Section 6.1.10.1 of the Land Development Code. 

2.         Please note that all cases do not necessarily require poles, but in the cases that do require poles, the following guidelines will apply.

1.                   Poles that provide a minimum mounting height of 25 feet, as recommended by the Radio manufacture and a continuous, non-switched power source, will be required, at the developer’s expense, for mounting of the radios.

2.                   In instances of decorative light poles, matching decorative poles, providing a minimum mounting height of 25 feet, as recommended by the Radio manufacture and a continuous, non-switched power source, will be required, at the developer’s expense, for mounting of the radios.

3.                   Please note that this is a combined effort with OUC and the City of St. Cloud for the acquisition and placement of the poles that needs to be addressed by the developer during the street lighting design phase.

4.                   A layout of the electric system showing transformer locations and street lighting needs too be supplied to the IT department as soon as possible for determining the number of poles required and location of the poles.

5.                   Based on the plans submitted, the fees will be $12,082.92.

 

PUBLIC WORKS

CONDITIONS:

1.         A SFWMD permit will be required prior to plan sign-off.     

2.         Cross access agreements will need to be recorded for the proposed connectivity to the future commercial tracts.     

3.         Please include under general notes that all residential units will have a garage.

4.         The proposed driveway connection at Kissimmee Park Road will need to receive a permit or a letter of intent to issue a permit from Osceola County prior to final site plan sign-off.

 

CONCURRENCY MANAGEMENT

CONDITIONS:

1.          A Concurrency Management Application will be required with Construction Drawings.

 

LINES DIVISION

CONDITIONS:

1.                   A minimum 15 foot (15’) wide utility easement is required centered over the water main, fire hydrants and up to the water meters.

2.                   A minimum 20 foot (20’) wide utility easement is required centered over the sanitary sewer main and service laterals up to the clean-outs.

3.                   All necessary paperwork for dedication to the City of required Utility Easements must be received prior to release of water meters for the property.  Required documentation for all Utility Easements includes at a minimum suitable easement document, legal description and sketch of the easement, and a Certificate of Title for the parent parcel dated no more than 15 days prior to receipt of the easement paperwork.

4.                   The City’s numbering system is to be utilized for the numbering of the sanitary sewer manholes. Please use numbers            

5.                   Provide a water hydraulic analysis report. Review of this report may alter comments regarding proposed line sizes.

6.                   All subdivisions, whether inside or outside the municipal boundaries of the City of St. Cloud, must submit a copy of the recorded plat to the Environmental Utilities Department for verification of easement and/or right-of-way dedication and location prior to requesting installations of water and/or sewer taps.

7.                   Provide an in-line gate valve on the water main by unit # 70.

8.                   Show the existing reclaimed water main along Kissimmee Park Road as a 12” main.

9.                   Provide reclaimed water stub-outs to the future Commercial Tracts.

10.               Provide a gate valve with a temporary blow-off at the end of each main.

11.               Show a water main connection to West New Nolte Road.

12.               Water and reclaimed water mains may not be accessible with the widening of Kissimmee Park Rd. These connection taps should be installed with the widening project. It would be highly recommended to have these taps installed by others.

 

FIRE DEPARTMENT

CONDITIONS:

1.         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. 7.9.2.b.1)

Fire Hydrants and Fire Protection Appliances shall have clearances of 7.5 feet front and sides and 4 foot to the rear for hydrants. (NFPA1 18.3.4.1) This includes driveways, mailboxes, trees and utilities.

2.         During construction, when combustibles are brought on to the site in such quantities as deemed hazardous by the fire official, access roads and a suitable supply of water, acceptable to the fire department, shall be provided and maintained.  Completion of the base installation, including the appropriate tack coating and sanding, shall be considered sufficient for vehicular access.  The following requirements must be met before water is made available to the site: (LDC 16E)

A.  A clearance letter from the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (F.D.E.P.) to place            a public drinking water facility into service; 

B.  A fire flow test by the St. Cloud Fire Department with results verifying minimum specifications              have been met.

3.         A fire department access road shall extend to with-in 50ft of a single exterior door providing access to the interior of the building. NFPA1 18.2.2.2

4.         Fire department access roads shall be provided such that any portion of an exterior wall of the first story of the building is located not more than 150 ft. from fire department access roads as measured by an approved route around the exterior of the building or facility. NFPA1 18.2.2.3.1 (the distance may be increased to 450 ft. when approved fire sprinkler systems are installed)

5.         Contact David Ennis 407-957-8484 for hydrant locations.

 

OUC (ELECTRIC UTILITY)

CONDITIONS:

1.         The owner shall install all the electric conduit, primary manholes or pullboxes, concrete switchgear pads, concrete transformer pads, secondary pullboxes what is required to install the electric within the project.  Please have all the conduit and pads installed and passed inspection by OUC four weeks before you need electric power.  The secondary wire from the transformer to the meters and the terminations within the transformers are the responsibility of the owner.

2.         A Utility Easement will be required for all primary electric and transformers.

INFORMATION:

3.                               OUC can provide street and parking lot lights for this project please contact Development Services.

4.                               Please send all site and electric information to OUC Development Services.

OUC Development Services

44 W. Jefferson Street

P.O. Box 3193

Orlando, FL 32802

407-236-9652 Fax 407-236-9628

Email: developmentservices@ouc.com

5.         Once all the information is obtained by Development Services and Engineer will be assigned to the project.  Please read the OUD “UPDATE” ADVISORY NOTICE as it pertains to material shortages.

 

PLANNING

CONDITIONS:

1.                   The following conditions from the zoning to R-3 shall apply:

a.       Apartment style multifamily development shall be prohibited.      

b.       Any residential development shall be of fee simple ownership.

c.       The community will have landscaping maintained by the community.

d.       A six foot wall shall be erected along all adjacent single family uses.

e.       All units shall be a minimum of 20 ft in width.

f.         All units shall have a minimum of 1,200 square feet of air conditioned floor area.

g.       A uniform six foot tall and wide fence panel will be erected perpendicular to the rear of units to provide an outdoor privacy area.

h.       No more than 7 units shall be attached.

i.         Buildings shall have alternating façade depths, and  include the variation of building materials on front elevations

j.         Any criteria or standards not addressed by the above conditions shall comply with the applicable regulations of the R-3, Multiple Family Dwelling District, contained in the City of St. Cloud Land Development Code.

k.       A pre-application meeting shall be required to discuss tree preservation along with preservation of any other natural features.

l.         A substantial landscape buffer shall be preserved in the PSP and Final Plat along the eastern property line.

2.                   North arrow is incorrect on Sheet 6.

3.                   Acreage in Legal Description does not match the plans (14.145 AC v. 15.54 AC).  Provide correct acreage.

4.                   Required parking should be based on 2.2 spaces per unit, revise cover sheet.

5.                   Provide a Concept Plan for Commercial component, addressing the connection to the residential, in an effort to save trees.

6.                   Provide preliminary street names with re-submittal.

7.                   Will streets be private or dedicated to the City?  If private, will HOA be established for maintenance?

8.                   Buildings 2, 3, 8, 10, 11, 12, 14 and 15 contain 8 units each, the maximum allowed is 7, according to condition ‘h’ above (Ordinance #2006-104). 

9.                   Provide Cut/Fill Plan; including tree barrier details, DO NOT trench around trees.

10.               Provide a Mitigation Table for tree replacement; including tree well detail.

11.               Several key clusters of existing oaks have been identified.  The applicant should make a concerted effort towards preserving oak clusters over individual trees.  A redesign may be the best option.

12.               Provide Erosion Control Plan

13.               Provide Landscape & Irrigation Plan.  Irrigation trenching should not be done under existing oak clusters.

14.               Propose eliminating Building 16, Unit 12 in Building 2, Units 13 & 20 in Building 3 and shifting the 30” RCP adjacent to Unit 20 toward Building 3 to avoid the adjacent oak cluster.

15.               Provide a playground and/or picnic facilities in the common area.

16.               Clubhouse/Recreation tract will require a separate Mini-Site Plan Review.  Separate Concurrency Application will be required.

INFORMATION:

1.                   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 additional fees. Please be advised that the number of plans required for submittal has increased to 15 sets.

2.                   Applicant shall confer with Osceola County regarding access, right-of-way permits and concurrency prior to Final Site Plan approval for any development application that impacts a County Road.

3.         Please be advised that no model homes or centers will be permitted prior to recording of the final plat.  Any such structures shall also require approval of a “Mini Site Plan”. 

 

SOUTH FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT

CONDITIONS:

1.         A South Florida Water Management District permit/modification is required.

 

OSCEOLA COUNTY PUBLIC SAFETY (911 ADDRESSING)

CONDITIONS:

1.         Prior to submitting final; applicant shall clear all proposed street names with the 911 Addressing Department.  Please submit Preliminary Sub Plan for street naming review and approval.

 

FINDING:  Applicant requested a continuance until April 5, 2007

 

NEW BUSINESS:                     

 

1.                   Case #07-05.02 – Sunrise Pest Control (Jeff Higgins, Planner)

3725 Friars Cove Lane

Annex/SSLUA/PUD Zoning; 1.26 acres, 2 lots

 

 Jeff Ball with Osceola Engineering, Charles Egger and Terry Williamson with Sunrise Pest Control were present to represent the application.

 

BUILDING DEPARTMENT

INFORMATION:

1.         No comments on this preliminary master plan.

 

LINES DIVISION

CONDITIONS:

1.                   A water main extension will be required to provide service and fire protection.

2.                   Reclaimed water is also available.          

 

Mr. Mauro noted that this requires an extension and they are fine with this.

 

Mr. Ball indicated that Osceola County Health Department wrote a letter indicating that it was alright to use the existing.  He wanted to know if they will have to hook up.

 

Mr. Mauro explained to them they didn’t have to worry about it and that they can keep the existing and wanted to know if they were also keeping the well.

 

Mr. Ball noted that they will be keeping the well for irrigation.

 

FIRE DEPARTMENT

CONDITIONS:

1.                   Due to change of use a hydrant will be required on the Northwest corner of Friars Cove Lane and Canoe Creek Road.

2.                   Any future expansion will require hydrants and fire flows per St. Cloud standards.

 

Mr. Ball let Mr. Ennis know they were putting in a hydrant.

 

Mr. Ennis wanted to know if they were just using the existing bulding.

 

Mr. Ball indicated that they would like to change the use.

 

Mr. Ennis noted that they can put a hydrant at Friars Cove and Canoe Creek Road if it’s less than a 1,000 square feet.  If anything else gets added then they will need to extend the main.

 

PLANNING

CONDITIONS:

1.                   Permitted uses listed should only include Single Family Residential and Exterminating Service.

2.                   Should the Exterminating Service use discontinue for a lapse in time of 6 months the only permitted use in this zoning would be a Single Family Residence.

3.                   Landscaping buffer widths and all other landscaping design standards must be expressly stated in order to be placed in the PUD Ordinance.

4.                   Building Facade signage will be the only signage permitted. The size of the sign will be governed by the City’s Land Development Code.

5.                   Any trees to be removed from the site must provide approval from the City Arborist.

RECOMMENDATIONS:

6.                   Approval of annexation, land use amendment low density residential and PUD zoning with conditions.

INFORMATION:

7.                   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 additional fees. Please be advised that the number of plans required for submittal has increased to 15 sets.

8.                   Applicant shall confer with Osceola County regarding access, right-of-way permits and concurrency prior to Final Site Plan approval for any development application that impacts a County Road.

 

Mr. Ball indicated that there was some concerns with rezoning.  He wanted to know if it’s commercial and it’s okay to have exterminating service why not a professional office. 

 

Mr. Higgins noted that an exterminating service was the only thing that was presented.  They were not looking for future value, mainly because this is primarily a residential neighborhood with a school and it doesn’t seem conducive to open commercial and allowing both types of commercial but it is up to you.

 

Mr. Ball noted that they are putting a driveway and parking and putting in a ¼ million dollars and to only use it for exterminating services doesn’t make a lot of sense without any offices.  If it’s good enough for exterminating then we would like that if okay for offices.

 

Mr. Nearing indicated that they would have to be benign and no medical offices.

 

Mr. Higgins noted that perhaps real estate, just a general office.

 

Mr. Ball indicated that would be fine.

 

Mr. Higgins noted that he would change his comments.

 

Mr. Luthie indicated that the Transportation impact is based on the type of operation and they haven’t talked about that consideration for the current use and if you get another use and someone comes into the city they can pay more in impact fees because of more trips.

 

Mr. Nearing questioned Building if they will have to upgrade the wiring for commercial.

 

Mr. Wood noted that he wasn’t sure but they may have too, it depends on if it’s just going to be an office or also to store chemicals.

 

Mr. Egger indicated that the only thing in the out building will be storage and the home will be the office space.

 

Mr. Ennis wanted to know if they were moving more people for other offices.

 

Mr. Williamson noted that they were talking about the future in case they decide to sell or someone else buys this office.  The main objective is to get the business in right now and maybe down the road it will be used as an office.

 

Mr. Ennis indicated that according to the Land Development Code and maintain IS rating that if they have a building over 1,000 feet they will need to see how the driveways will look along with any outbuildings. 

 

Mr. Nearing noted that according to their initial content it was putting in an exterminating business.  Putting in general office will be with the approval of an revised master plan this will give the department time to reevaluate the use.  This also gives the Fire Marshal an opportunity and Building to take a second look at general office.  You could have 5 or 6 employees and maybe later you could have 20 people but right now parking needs to be addressed.

 

Mr. Ball indicated that other then exterminating they will come back with a final master plan.

 

Mr. Higgins noted that he can take comment #2 out so that you no longer have to have only exterminating services, that can be taken out.

 

Mr. Ball noted that comment #3 is fine with them.

 

Mr. Higgins indicted that he wants to know what type of landscaping they will be doing.

 

Mr. Ball noted that currently there are only stick pines.

 

Mr. Nearing wanted to know if there was a tree near the horse pen.

 

Mr. Egger noted that was correct and they were planning to remove it or replant it when they do landscaping.

 

Mr. Ball noted that comment #4 was also fine with them. 

 

Mr. Nearing indicated that they will need to have a population base for commercial use.

 

Mr. Ball wanted to know if the plans need to be revised.

 

Mr. Higgins explained that he needed to have some information regarding the uses.

 

Mr. Ball noted that he had everything with him he wrote it based on the site plan and indicated that if Mr. Higgins were to take the information he had that it should be good.

 

Mr. Higgins wanted to know if that including landscaping and widths of buffers.

 

Mr. Ball indicated that he will talk with the applications regarding the landscaping.

 

Mr. Nearing noted that they need to make sure it fits into the area.

 

Mr. Higgins indicated that it would be near residential and that there has to be a buffer.

 

Mr. Egger noted that he wants to fix up the whole space and that they would like to put a chain link fence up with slats to buffer the entire lot.

 

Mr. Nearing indicated that would be fine but that he needs to remember that the front needs to be kept at 3 feet or lower the sides and rear, the height needs to be 6 feet or less.  He noted landscaping needs to be outside of the privacy fence they need to make sure that the buffer is not hidden inside the fence.

 

Mr. Ball wanted to know if it was 1 to 20 feet or 1 to 25 feet.

 

Mr. Higgins indicated that 1 to 20 feet will be fine.

 

Mr. Mauro noted that they need to figure out how to get water in without a main.

 

Mr. Egger indicted that if they need to put the hydrant on the property that would be fine.

 

FINDING:  DRC recommend approval with conditions.

 

2.                   Case #07-45.01 – Dr. Layton’s Office (Jonathan Kutche, Planner)

Kissimmee Park Road north of US 192

Site Plan

 

Mr. Tom Bailey with Hanson Walter was present to represent the application.

 

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT

CONDITIONS:

1.                   Effective immediately, all residential and commercial developments approved (issuance of a “Notice to Proceed” shall constitute approval) after December 1, 2005 shall be assessed a “CyberSpot Capital Expansion” charge due and payable prior to issuance of a “Notice to Proceed” for the development.  This fee shall be assessed as follows:

            Per Residential Unit: $118.46

            Per square foot of Commercial property: $0.0068

            Please reference Resolution #2005-418R, Ordinance #2005-168, and Section 6.1.10.1 of the Land Development Code. 

2.                   Poles that provide a minimum mounting height of 25 feet, as recommended by the Radio manufacture and a continuous, non-switched power source, will be required, at the developer’s expense, for mounting of the radios.

3.                   In instances of decorative light poles, matching decorative poles, providing a minimum mounting height of 25 feet, as recommended by the Radio manufacture and a continuous, non-switched power source, will be required, at the developer’s expense, for mounting of the radios.

4.                   Please note that this is a combined effort with OUC and the City of St. Cloud for the acquisition and placement of the poles that needs to be addressed by the developer during the street lighting design phase.

5.                   A layout of the electric system showing transformer locations and street lighting needs too be supplied to the IT department as soon as possible for determining the number of poles required and location of the poles.

6.                   Please note that not all cases require poles, in the cases that do items 2 thru 5 are required.

7.                   Based on the plans submitted, the fees will be $231.04.

 

PUBLIC WORKS

CONDITIONS:

1.         The dumpster enclosure does not meet the dimensional requirements of the LDC.  Please redesign or better yet utilize the City of St. Cloud standard detail which can be obtained from the City of St. Cloud webpage.      

2.         The proposed retention pond must have a maximum side slope of 2:1 for a dry pond.  Please explain the use of a vertical wall for a portion of the pond perimeter?  

 

Mr. Bailey noted that they have cleared the situation with the dry pond.  They will be putting in a retaining wall in there and they have redesigned that.

 

CONCURRENCY MANAGEMENT

CONDITIONS:

1.                   Per Resolution 06-304R, the water reservation fee, in the amount of $640.00, is required to be paid prior to the issuance of the Certificate of Capacity. The balance of the water impact and tap fees shall be due with the application for a meter.

2.                   Per Resolution 06-304R, the sewer reservation fee, in the amount of $1,280.00, is required to be paid prior to the issuance of the Certificate of Capacity. The balance of the sewer impact and tap fees shall be due with the application for a meter.

3.                   If an impact fee rate increases after the balance of the originally assessed impact fee has been paid, the applicant is responsible to pay the difference at time of application for a meter.

4.                   The City of St. Cloud Development Review Committee is authorized to review and approve all construction plans for this development.

INFORMATION:

5.         Please be advised that the Certificate of Capacity will not be moved forward to City Council for approval until such time as the applicant notifies the Planner that it is needed.  Your planner will place the item on the next available City Council agenda.

 

LINES DIVISION

CONDITIONS:

13.               A minimum 15 foot (15’) wide utility easement is required centered over the water main, fire hydrants and up to the water meters.

14.               All necessary paperwork for dedication to the City of required Utility Easements must be received prior to release of water meters for the property.  Required documentation for all Utility Easements includes at a minimum suitable easement document, legal description and sketch of the easement, and a Certificate of Title for the parent parcel dated no more than 15 days prior to receipt of the easement paperwork.

15.               The City’s numbering system is to be utilized for the numbering of the sanitary sewer manholes. Please use numbers 33-94, 33-95 & 33-96.        

16.               Provide a water hydraulic analysis report. Review of this report may alter comments regarding proposed line sizes.

17.               Change the “Double Strap Saddle” at the connection point to a “Wet Tap”.

18.               Show the jumper connection to the down stream side of the gate valve.

19.               Identify a reduced pressure backflow preventer located at the meter connection to the facility.

20.               Re-locate the water sample point location #2, to the blow-off assembly at the end of the main extension.

21.               Provide a detail of the proposed directional bore for the reclaimed water service with a 2” purple casing.

22.               Provide an 8” stub-out from the sanitary sewer manhole structure no. 33-94, to the east.

23.               Change the type of tracer wire listed in the water & sanitary sewer notes no. 1 & no. 6, to a 12 gauge wire, on sheet no. 14.

 

Mr. Bailey indicated that they had a pre-application meeting and they have all agreed to a 10’ line, he expressed concern over that changing.  The water line will now need to be moved over.  He noted that they need to find out why the 15’ easement keeps coming up instead of the 10’ easement.

 

Mr. Mauro indicated that it has never been 10’ and the City Code requires a minimum of 15’.

 

Mr. Bailey noted that he submitted a hydraulic analysis and it’s shown with a 8’ line because that is what the City requested.

 

Mr. Mauro indicated that 8’ is for fire and that he did not receive a copy of that report and would like to receive one.

 

FIRE DEPARTMENT

CONDITIONS:

1.                   Listed indicating valves shall be at least 40’ from the building if space permits.(NFPA13 8.15.1.1.1) Move planned fire sprinkler double check valve 10’ to the east.

2.         Fire Hydrants and Fire Protection Appliances shall have clearances of 7.5 feet front and sides and 4 foot to the rear for hydrants. (NFPA1 18.3.4.1) This includes driveways, mailboxes, trees and utilities.

 

OUC (ELECTRIC UTILITY)

CONDITIONS:

1.         The owner will install all the primary conduit and the concrete transformer pad.  The secondary conduit, wire, and terminations is the responsibility of the owner.  Please have the conduit installed and inspected by OUC three weeks before you need pre-power.  Please read the attached “UPDATED ADVISORY NOTICE” as it pertains to material shortages.

INFORMATION:

2.         A utility easement will be required once the location of the transformer and primary run is determined.

3.         There may be costs for temp. power to this site.

4.         There may be costs to provide electric service to this project, please contact Development Services.

5.         OUC can provide parking lot lights for this project, please contact Development Services.

6.         Please send all site and electric information to OUC Development Services.

            OUC Development Service

            44 W. Jefferson Street

            P.O. Box 3193

            Orlando, FL 32802

            407-236-9652 Fax 407-236-9628

            Email: developmentservices@ouc.com

7.         Once all the information is obtained by Development Services an Engineer will be assigned to the project.

 

PLANNING

CONDITIONS:

           

1.                   Provide signage plan with resubmittal.

2.                   Minimum 12.5% of parking area must be landscaped.  Provide this percentage on the cover sheet.

3.                   Include two additional Live Oaks around dumpster location to further conceal from parking area and adjacent uses.

4.                   Provide additional plantings along southern property boundary in anticipation of future adjacent development.

INFORMATION:

5.         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 additional fees. Please be advised that the number of plans required for submittal has increased to 15 sets.

 

Mr. Bailey indicated that the owner will submit signage later.

 

Mr. Nearing wanted to know where they were going to locate that sign.

 

Mr. Bailey noted that it would be at the entrance.  He referred to comment #3, they don’t have room for live oaks and that they will be putting some lower landscaping such as hedges.  He indicated they wouldn’t have room because of the slopes of the pond.

 

FINDING:  DRC recommend approval with conditions.

 

3.                   Case #07-46.01 – Jowers Commercial PUD (Ted Kozak, Planner)

Michigan Avenue west of Southern Pines Subdivision

PUD Amendment; 24.92 acres; 120 units

 

Mr. Kozak presented a letter for the record that the applicant has requested a continuance until April 19, 2007.

 

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT

INFORMATION:

With the implementation of the Cyber Spot wireless system thru out the City of St. Cloud, “Cyber Spot Capital Expansion” charges will apply prior to development of said property.

This fee shall be assessed as follows:

Per Residential Unit: $118.46

Per square foot of Commercial property: $0.0068

Please reference Resolution #2005-418R, Ordinance #2005-168, and Section 6.1.10.1 of the Land Development Code. 

Please note that all cases do not necessarily require poles, but in the cases that do require poles, the following guidelines will apply.

 

  1. Poles that provide a minimum mounting height of 25 feet, as recommended by the Radio manufacture and a continuous, non-switched power source, will be required, at the developer’s expense, for mounting of the radios.
  2. In instances of decorative light poles, matching decorative poles, providing a minimum mounting height of 25 feet, as recommended by the Radio manufacture and a continuous, non-switched power source, will be required, at the developer’s expense, for mounting of the radios.
  3. Please note that this is a combined effort with OUC and the City of St. Cloud for the acquisition and placement of the poles that needs to be addressed by the developer during the street lighting design phase.
  4. A layout of the electric system showing transformer locations and street lighting needs too be supplied to the IT department as soon as possible for determining the number of poles required and location of the poles.
  5. Base on the number of requested units, the fees would be $14,215.20.

 

PUBLIC WORKS

CONDITIONS:

1.         What is the reason for the change in use for the property?

2.         We do not recommend apartments since this is a single family neighborhood.       

3.         The number of units for the Jower’s PUD is presently capped by Osceola County until improvements to the off-site street system is addressed. Therefore approval of this PUD amendment will not necessarily guarantee building permits can be issued.             

 

FIRE DEPARTMENT

CONDITIONS:

 1.        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. 7.9.2.b.1)

2.         Fire Hydrants and Fire Protection Appliances shall have clearances of 7.5 feet front and sides and 4 foot to the rear for hydrants. (NFPA1 18.3.4.1) This includes driveways, mailboxes, trees and utilities.

3.         During construction, when combustibles are brought on to the site in such quantities as deemed hazardous by the fire official, access roads and a suitable supply of water, acceptable to the fire department, shall be provided and maintained.  Completion of the base installation, including the appropriate tack coating and sanding, shall be considered sufficient for vehicular access.  The following requirements must be met before water is made available to the site: (LDC 16E)

            A.  A clearance letter from the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (F.D.E.P.) to place            a public drinking water facility into service; 

            B.  A fire flow test by the St. Cloud Fire Department with results verifying minimum specifications              have been met.

4.         A fire department access road shall extend to with-in 50ft of a single exterior door providing access to the interior of the building. NFPA1 18.2.2.2

5.         Fire department access roads shall be provided such that any portion of an exterior wall of the first story of the building is located not more than 150 ft. from fire department access roads as measured by an approved route around the exterior of the building or facility. NFPA1 18.2.2.3.1 (the distance may be increased to 450 ft. when approved fire sprinkler systems are installed)

 

OUC (ELECTRIC UTILITY)

INFORMATION:

1.         No comment to PUD Amendment

2.         Please read the “UPDATED ADVISORY NOTICE” as it pertains to material shortages.

 

PLANNING

CONDITIONS:

1.         There is not enough information to issue conditions at this time.

RECOMMENDATIONS:

2.         Provide information including, but not limited to, PUD Guidelines, preliminary site plans, setbacks, design criteria (aesthetics), parking, open space, drainage, hardscapes.  Provide a narrative of benefits for the City to support this project.

INFORMATION:

3.                   Please be advised that the number of plans required for submittal has increased to 15 sets.

4.                   Applicant shall confer with Osceola County regarding access, right-of-way permits and concurrency prior to Final Site Plan approval for any development application that impacts a County Road.

 

OSCEOLA COUNTY PUBLIC SAFETY (911 ADDRESSING)

CONDITIONS:

1.         Please submit site plan for 911 Addressing review.

 

 FINDING:  Applicant requested a continuance until April 19, 2007

 

4.                   Case #07-46.02 – Jowers Commercial PUD (Ted Kozak, Planner)

West of Preserve Boulevard

PUD Amendment; 5.5 acres; 19 lots

 

Mr. Kozak presented a letter for the record that the applicant has requested a continuance until April 19, 2007.

 

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT

INFORMATION:

With the implementation of the Cyber Spot wireless system thru out the City of St. Cloud, “Cyber Spot Capital Expansion” charges will apply prior to development of said property.

This fee shall be assessed as follows:

Per Residential Unit: $118.46

Per square foot of Commercial property: $0.0068

Please reference Resolution #2005-418R, Ordinance #2005-168, and Section 6.1.10.1 of the Land Development Code. 

Please note that all cases do not necessarily require poles, but in the cases that do require poles, the following guidelines will apply.

  1. Poles that provide a minimum mounting height of 25 feet, as recommended by the Radio manufacture and a continuous, non-switched power source, will be required, at the developer’s expense, for mounting of the radios.
  2. In instances of decorative light poles, matching decorative poles, providing a minimum mounting height of 25 feet, as recommended by the Radio manufacture and a continuous, non-switched power source, will be required, at the developer’s expense, for mounting of the radios.
  3. Please note that this is a combined effort with OUC and the City of St. Cloud for the acquisition and placement of the poles that needs to be addressed by the developer during the street lighting design phase.
  4. A layout of the electric system showing transformer locations and street lighting needs too be supplied to the IT department as soon as possible for determining the number of poles required and location of the poles.
  5. Based on the number of units requested, the fees would be $2,250.74.

 

PUBLIC WORKS

CONDITIONS:

1.         What is the reason for the change in use for the property?

2.         We support the request to change the use to single family which is consistent with the surrounding uses.

3.         The number of units for the Jower’s PUD is presently capped by Osceola County until improvements to the off-site street system is addressed.  Therefore approval of this PUD amendment will not guarantee building permits can be issued.

 

LINES DIVISION

RECOMMENDATIONS:

1.         No supporting documentation was received; therefore, no comments can be made

 

FIRE DEPARTMENT

CONDITIONS:

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. (L.D.C. 7.9.2.b.1)

2.         Fire Hydrants and Fire Protection Appliances shall have clearances of 7.5 feet front and sides and 4 foot to the rear for hydrants. (NFPA1 18.3.4.1) This includes driveways, mailboxes, trees and utilities.

            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 comply with LDC 6.2.1L . The grade, surface and location shall be approved by the authority having jurisdiction. T or Y turnaround arrangements shall be permitted. NFPA1 18.2.2.5.4( LDC 6.2.1L)

3.         Cul-de sacs with no street parking shall be provided with a turnaround having an outside roadway diameter of at least one hundred feet (100’) and a street right of way diameter of one hundred twenty feet (120’). Cul-de-sacs shall have a maximum length of eight hundred feet (800’) including the turn around. (LDC 6.2.1L)

 

OUC (ELECTRIC UTILITY)

INFORMATION:

1.         No comment to PUD Amendment

2.         Please read the “UPDATED ADVISORY NOTICE” as it pertains to material shortages.

 

PLANNING

CONDITIONS:

1.         There is not enough information to issue conditions at this time.

RECOMMENDATIONS:

1.         Provide information including, but not limited to, PUD Guidelines, preliminary subdivision diagrams, setbacks, design criteria (aesthetics), parking, open space, drainage.

            Provide a narrative of benefits for the City to support this project.

            This PUD will require an Architectural Review Board to assess aesthetics with adopted PUD design criteria.

INFORMATION:

1.                   Please be advised that the number of plans required for submittal has increased to 15 sets.

2.                   Applicant shall confer with Osceola County regarding access, right-of-way permits and concurrency prior to Final Site Plan approval for any development application that impacts a County Road.

 

OSCEOLA COUNTY PUBLIC SAFETY (911 ADDRESSING)

CONDITIONS:

1.         Please submit site plan for 911 Addressing review.

 

FINDING:  Applicant requested a continuance until April 19, 2007

 

ADJOURNED: 2:28 pm