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CITY OF ST. CLOUD
DEVELOPMENT REVIEW COMMITTEE MINUTES
MEETING: May 22,
Services Complex 1st Floor Conference Room
2901 17th Street, St. Cloud
CHAIRMAN: David Nearing, Planning/Zoning Director
SECRETARY: Marty Hobbs, Development Officer
Mauro Kim Duffy Mark Luthie
Dave Ennis Steve
Swingle John Groenendaal Tommy Howse Harry Fix
of DRC consent agenda for May 22, 2003.
Agenda for May 22, 2003 was approved as submitted by
consensus of the Committee.
# 03-54.01 – Big Sky Professional Condo Assoc.
192 W. of C-31 Canal
no one present to represent the application.
A Certificate of
Capacity approved by City Council shall be required. A Sanitary Sewer was paid
already as this was an emergency connection
the annexation be deferred until the property is contiguous.
is available with additional costs.
1. Approval of
this case will not cause an adverse affect on fire rescue department
1. See Concurrency
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
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PARKS & RECREATION
request will not cause an impact to the St. Cloud Parks & Recreation
Department, at this time.
3. Case # 03-4.16 – 5th
Annual End of School Jam
7th Street Civic Center
Ms. Jamie Paul and Mr. Tom Richmeir were present
to represent the application.
Richmeir addressed the Committee explaining that this was an annual event begun
6 years ago after kids were throwing rocks at passing cars on 17th Street after the last day of school. He
noted that Ms. Paul came up with the idea for this event to give the kids a way
of letting off steam rather than by being destructive.
Howse addressed the Committee. He noted that he would only approve the event
if it was agreed that application would be submitted earlier next year. He
explained that he needed time to prepare for the event and the one day he had
with this submittal was not enough.
noted that the Planning & Zoning Department had the same concern and had
made a similar comment.
noted that applications for special events needed to be submitted at a minimum,
six weeks prior to the event.
fire protection equipment; building exits and other safety features shall
2. A lane shall remain open
to allow emergency vehicles access if needed. (Movable barricades are
seating arrangements and occupancy shall conform to The Florida Fire Prevention
1. Vendors cooking and/or
serving food must be properly licensed and inspected. This includes non profit
organizations. A web site and telephone number were provided to Ms. Taylor,
Admin. Secretary for Parks & Recreation. Please contact them at your
earliest convenience to discuss the matter.
2. As a DRC approved event,
offsite signage may be utilized for purposes of advertising the event and/or
direction traffic to the event. Signs must be placed so as to prevent visual
obstruction by both vehicular and pedestrian traffic. They must be free
standing and not attached to street signs, telephone poles, trees, etc. All
signs must be removed no later than May 24, 2003.
3. In the future, please
submit applications for special events a minimum of six to eight weeks prior to
the event. Failure to do so could result in denial of all or a portion of the
of this event is requested to meet with Tommy Howes, Parks Superintendent; at the Pool area – 7:30am for set up information.
for tents requested?
How many chairs
and what type of tables are requested? Exact location for them?
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Minutes – 05/22/03
no further discussion of the case.
recommended approval with the conditions stated. The applicant was advised
that failure to submit application 6 to 8 weeks prior to the event could result
in denial of future events.
SEE DRC COMMENTS FOR STAFF
meeting was adjourned at 2:20