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CITY OF ST. CLOUD
DEVELOPMENT REVIEW COMMITTEE MINUTES
MEETING: May 1,
Services Complex 1st Floor Conference Room
2901 17th Street, St. Cloud
CHAIRMAN: David Nearing, Planning/Zoning Director
Hobbs, Development Officer
Dave Ennis Eric Morgan Ron Trowell
no representative present from the Police Department or Electric Utility (OUC).
# 03-63.01 – Colonial Bank
Corner of Hickory Tree
Road & U.S. 192
Taylor was present to represent the application.
on the plans the handicap access route from public ways
(see note #6; “Handicap Access Notes”).
noted that he was in agreement with the comment.
driveway at Hickory
Tree Road will need
an Osceola County Right-of-Way Utilization Permit.
driveway connection to US Hwy 192/441, will need an FDOT Driveway Connection
3. City Code requires that
all property frontages abutting the rights-of-way shall have a sidewalk
Tree Road is
considered a collector roadway; sidewalk width must be 5-feet.
revise the comment regarding the permanent brass disk on Sheet 5 of 12.
outfall control structure CS-1 does not match the storm drainage system shown
on Sheet 5 of 12.
fire flow calculation shown on Sheet 6 of 13 refers to Hungry Howies.
#13 on Sheet 4 of 13 must be changed to require sodding of all areas that are
to be grassed.
storm water system will need and FDOT Drainage Connection Permit.
A Certificate of
Capacity approved by City Council shall be required prior to receiving a Notice
Reservation Fee of $323.40 equal to 10% of the estimated sanitary sewer impact
fee per Resolution 98-27R shall be required prior to receiving a Notice to
Proceed. This amount shall be credited towards the final sewer impact fee
calculated at the time of Building Permit based upon architectural plans.
approval of a Certificate of Capacity with the above conditions.
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Sanitary Sewer Impact Fee, per Resolution 98-27R, equals $1,100 per 1,000
square feet of commercial use building ÷ 1,000. Or, $1,100 x 2,940 sf of bank
building ÷ 1,000 = $3,234. The Capacity Reservation Fee equals 10% of the
Estimated Sanitary Sewer Impact Fee, or 10% of 3,234 = $323.40.
following three comments: wet tap w/ 16”x8” tapping sleeve & valve,
temporary roadway MOT per FDOT #603 for jumper connection, Utility Crossing
Detail “A” and fire flow calculations for Hungry Howies, These comments do not
have anything to do with these plans.
Reduce the domestic
water meter size to a 1” maximum size meter.
sanitary sewer lift station and force main. This parcel is within the Osceola
Industrial site plan which is required to have gravity sewer to all lots. A
gravity sewer extension will be required to be extended from the existing
stub-out along Hamlin
Mr. Taylor noted that he had discussed this project with Mr. Mauro and
these comments differ from his understandings that came out of those
Mr. Swingle explained that the entire system had been designed to be a
Possible options for the project were briefly discussed.
Mr. Luthie briefly explained the plan for Hickory Tree Industrial. He
noted that it was the main that serves Osceola Industrial
Park. He further noted that, since
Ron Howse had designed that infrastructure, it should be simple enough to get a
copy of the final plans and obtain any information about what is existing in
that area. He also noted that the line was just North of Load Bank.
Mr. Taylor noted that he would look into it and discuss the situation
with Mr. Howse. He noted that it might be cheaper than installing a lift
1. Approval of this case will not cause an
adverse affect on fire rescue department operations.
2. Further conditions and recommendations
will be addressed during the construction process.
3. The proposed fire lane is
not required. A problem could exist if lines back-up for the drive thru.
Recommend a no parking zone with stripping.
1. The owner will install
all primary conduit and concrete transformer pad. The secondary conduit, wire,
and terminations are the responsibility of the owner.
2. A utility easement will
be required once the location of the transformer and primary run is determined.
3. Power to the building has
to be underground due to Dr. Phillips requirements.
4. There may be costs to
provide electric service to this project. Please contact Bill Ellwood.
5. OUC can provide parking
lot lights for this project. Please contact Bill Ellwood.
6. Please send all site and
electric information to OUC Development Services.
Bill Ellwood, OUC Development Services (407) 236-9652 – Fax
500 S. Orange Avenue email:
Orlando, FL 32802
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Section 3.3 of the Declaration of Protective Covenants (DPC) of Osceola
Industrial Park (OIP) requires Architectural Review Committee review and
approval of all site plans, landscaping plans and architectural plans.
Section 3.8 of the DPC of OIP requires 5% (or 2,353 square feet) of the total
site, minus the building area, to be landscaped. This is 200' x 250' =
50,000sf total site. 49' x 60' = 2940sf building area. 50,000sf - 2940sf =
47,060 sf x 5% = 2353 sf of landscape area required. Please indicate with a
note on LP-01 specifically how much landscaping is proposed in square feet.
the Cover Sheet, Site Data, Setbacks, to read as follows for setbacks:
US192-441 60 FT; Hickory Tree Road 35 FT; East Property Side 15 FT; and, South
Property Rear 25 FT. Setback from US 192-441 given as 60' and "zero
lot line concept" in Res. 91-56 for Osceola Industrial Park. The LDC Table III-6 reads 35' Side Street, 15' Side and 25' Rear.
Which do we want to use?
Morgan noted that everything underlined in comment #3 could be removed.
Cover Sheet, Site Data, Property Zoning to "I-3."
Cover Sheet, Site Data, Adjacent Property Zoning to: North - PUD; South - I-3;
East - I-3; and, West - AG.
Cover Sheet, Parking Summary to read that required parking is 1 space per 300
square feet of building area, or 10 spaces. Bicycle parking is not required by
the DPC of OIP.
all sheets to removed parking from the 60' drainage easement or abandon the
noted that the easement could not be vacated.
explained that it could be possible to vacate a portion of the easement
depending upon the purpose for the easement.
noted that he would propose the idea of the vacation to the applicant and he
would let the City know what his decision would be.
General Note # 19 on Sheet 4. What gates are being referred to?
asked Mr. Taylor to what gates he was referring in Note #19.
noted that this was an error and would be corrected before resubmittal.
Signing & Stripping Notes # 4. What loading zoning is being referred to?
explained that no loading zone would be needed.
Please remove or
correct the Osceola Public Safety note regarding the address. (An address of
1900 13th Street would be located at the corner of Wisconsin Avenue and 13th
asked Mr. Taylor if he had been give an address for the subject property.
noted that he had not and that this too was an error that would be corrected on
access directly onto US 192-441 does not comply with Article V of the DPC of
OIP, because it was not provided by "the Developer" as defined in
Article I as "Dr. Phillips, Inc." No such access way has been
constructed by the Developer, nor is there a site plan application submitted.
noted that he did not know what the developer was trying to do back in 1988 but
it could mean that the developer simply needs to approve the access location.
He noted that regardless of the reason, something in writing was going to be
needed from the Dr. Phillips group.
noted that he would discuss the matter with the applicant and with Dr.
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noted that the documents only specify those access points onto U.S. 192/441.
the site plan to show the drive-thru by-pass lane as being a minimum of 16'
wide, per Section 6.13.1 of the Land Development Code (LDC).
asked if the 16’ width was an absolute minimum.
explained that it was but that a variance could be requested.
approval with the conditions noted above.
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
Future Land Use - Industrial Use. Zoning - Industrial 3 (Planned Unit
Development Ordinance 88-WW as amended by Resolution 91-56.)
Savings Institutions (including automated facilities)" is a use
specifically listed as permitted in the Osceola Industrial
"B", Declaration of Protective Covenants for Osceola Industrial Park.
Please note that
Article III, Section 3.11 of the DPC of OIP allows 1 "ground sign"
(that is, free standing sign) a maximum of 25 square feet copy area and a
maximum of 8' height for the subject property. In addition, one wall mounted
sign shall be allowed on the front façade (front being defined as the side
facing the street off of which the building is addressed) a maximum of 1 square
foot in area for each 1 linear foot of building frontage. OIP ARC proof of
approval shall be required prior to issuance of a City building permit.
PARKS & RECREATION
1. Please revise Sheet 3 of
13 Demolition Plan Section. Eight (8) additional Oak trees exist upon site;
however, are not shown on the plan.
be shown on Sheet LP-01 Landscaping Plan.
and/or identify all trees proposed for removal and/or protection on Sheet 3 of
13 and Sheet LP-01.
SCPR (works in a cooperative effort with Osceola County), has notified the department that
one (1) Gopher Tortoise burrow is active, on this site. A permit will be
required through Osceola County.
asked Mr. Holloway if he had seen a Gopher Tortoise on the site.
Holloway noted that he had not seen the animal but had seen evidence of an
noted that he would advise the applicant.
FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT
South Florida Water Management District permit is
required for this project.
asked if this meant that he needed to get a modification and Mr. Luthie noted
that was correct. He explained that the overall site had been permitted but
that a modification would be needed to reflect this development.
OSCEOLA COUNTY PUBLIC SAFETY (911 ADDRESSING)
County Public Safety has no comments regarding this case.
Public Roads, of the PUD documents were discussed.
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asked if the City would approve the plans first or if the Architectural Review
Committee had to grant their approval first.
noted that the City would approve the plans first but noted that it would be a
good idea to allow them to review the plans before submitting anything for
noted that he would meet with the Lines Division once Mr. Mauro returns next
week to discuss their concerns.
recommended approval with the conditions as stated. The applicant will
resubmit corrected plans for sign-off within 60 days of this review.
SEE DRC SIGN-OFF SHEET FOR STAFF
meeting was adjourned at 2:25