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CITY OF ST. CLOUD

DEVELOPMENT REVIEW COMMITTEE MINUTES

 

 

DATE OF MEETING:      June 14, 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:

Ron Trowel                    Bob Friend                    Cindy Spanglo               Rick Mauro

Tommy Howes               David Ennis                   Ken Peck                      Mark Luthie

Steve Kraeger                John Groenendaal          Jonathan Kutche

 

NEW BUSINESS:                     

 

1.                                        Case #07-01.19 – 4th of July Lakefront Celebration

                                    Lakefront Park

                                    Special Event   

 

David Lane and Patty Haney with the Chamber of Commerce were present to represent the application.

 

BUILDING DEPARTMENT

CONDITIONS:

1.         Temporary electrical wiring shall comply with the National Electrical Code (NEC) 2002 Articles 525 and

527. Note: Temporary wiring shall be ground-fault protected. Multi-conductor cord shall originate in an

approved power outlet or panelboard and be of the type identified in Table 400-4 for hard usage or extra

hard usage. Receptacles shall be the grounding type. Lamps shall be protected from accidental contact

or breakage. Electrical cords shall be protected from damage and shall be placed so as to prevent trip

hazards. When receptacles are installed on flexible cords/cables and exposed to weather or in wet

locations, they shall be in a weatherproof enclosure.

2.         If tents over 300 sq. ft. are used they shall comply with the Florida Building Code (FBC) 2001 Section

3103.1 and Section 1019.5. Certification of flame resistance shall be filed with the building department

prior to a permit being issued.

3.         Tent exits, aisles, seating, etc. shall conform to assembly occupancy. All exits shall be kept free of

obstructions while tent is occupied by the public.

 

Mr. Lane noted that all of Building’s comments were standard and they met all of them.

 

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT

CONDITIONS:

1.         No Comments on this Case.

 

PUBLIC WORKS

CONDITIONS:

1.         The helicopter takeoff and landing area will need to be located between Dakota Ave. and the Treatment

Plant due to the construction along the lakefront.

 

Mr. Lane noted that he was concerned with moving the helicopter to Dakota Avenue.  They would prefer it to be closer to the activities or they feel it will not be very successful.  He also noted the fence issue and was wondering if there was a way to make temporary modifications so that the helicopter could be closer.

 

Mr. Luthie indicated that the fences could not be moved.

 

 

 

LINES DIVISION

CONDITIONS:

1.         No comments.

 

FIRE DEPARTMENT

CONDITIONS:

1.         The fire rescue department will require a pre-launch inspection, standby during the launch, and a postlaunch inspection for the fireworks display. Fire apparatus shall have access to launch area.

2.         An area shall be cleared of access of 500’ upon arrival of the fireworks, this area shall be determined

during the pre-event site meeting.

3.         The Fire rescue Department will require the first-aid station be located in an area with electric and water.

The station will consist of a 30’ trailer with a 10’ canopy and a 10’x10’ tent, requiring access to

emergency vehicles.

4.         The fire rescue department has been requested by the applicant to provide Lake Patrol during the

fireworks display. We will provide one boat in the water for this purpose. If the number of spectator

boats reaches an uncontrollable level, we will remove our boat from the area since the fire rescue

department has no jurisdiction or enforcement powers on the lake.

5.         All fire protection equipment; building exits and other safety features shall remain accessible.

6.         The Fire Rescue department will require a boat slip for storage of our boat on the day of the event.

INFORMATION:

1.         The Fire Rescue Department does not have a misting fan or tent. We recommend the use of the splash

pad for people to cool off.

2.         The light trailer is available for the carnival area. Time and location will be determined at the site

meeting.

 

Mr. Lane noted in regards to the fire department needing electrical services they will make sure they are activated.  He also wanted to know if the Fire Department has a boat for lake patrol.

 

Mr. Ennis indicated that they do but the Lake is under the jurisdiction of the Sheriff’s Department so they will need to get a hold of the Sheriff’s Department for patrolling.

 

Mr. Lane noted that since there is no misting tent that they will use the splash pad.  He indicated that there will be no carnival this year and discussed the various activities that will be available. 

 

OUC (ELECTRIC UTILITY)

INFORMATION:

1.         No Comment

 

POLICE DEPARTMENT

CONDITIONS:

1.         Police Department will be present to control crowd and traffic flow after the firework display. Will there

be someone else manning the east and west barricades or is the request that the PD cover this for the

entire event.

2.         There are some concerns that covering the no parking signs may cause problems for emergency

vehicle access.

 

Mr. Lane indicated that he has a request, after the fireworks they will need some support.  They have hired security for barricades but they were concerned for the safety of the pedestrians on Florida, New York and Pennsylvania crossing the street.  He noted the handicap parking will be on Massachusetts and that will be under control he is just concerned with people trying to get out after the fireworks.

 

Sgt. Kraeger wanted to know if he was referring to the fireworks display.

 

Mr. Lane indicated that it would be about a half hour after the display when everyone is leaving there will be a massive crowd and everyone including the vendors are trying to leave at the same time.

 

Sgt. Kraeger wanted to know about the barricades.

 

Mr. Lane noted that they have hired people for the barricades and they didn’t need any assistance there.

 

Sgt. Kraeger indicated that they have 11-13 officers scheduled to work that evening and they will try to move some of them over there.  He noted that the OIC (Officer in charge) will be out watching the area.

 

Mr. Lane noted that he was concerned with the people that parked along Cypress and Lakeshore trying to get out.

 

Sgt. Kraeger wanted to know if they wanted to have parking on Pennsylvania, Florida and New York.

 

Mr. Nearing noted that they will need to leave parallel parking open.

 

Mr. Luthie noted that they have bagged the “No Parking” for previous events.

 

Sgt. Kraeger indicated that they don’t want to put too many that go east and west and to keep some open on Lakeshore.

 

Mr. Lane indicated that they would like to bag the “No Parking” signs for the event on both sides of the state streets.

 

Mr. Luthie was concerned with the fire equipment.

 

Mr. Ennis noted that he can get through but his major concern was Florida, with parking on the sides he wouldn’t be able to get his trucks through.

 

Mr. Lane indicated that they will not be bagging Florida.  They will go from Illinois to Massachusetts.

 

Mr. Nearing wanted to know how far south.

 

Mr. Lane indicated 5th street.

 

PLANNING

CONDITIONS:

1.         Applicant is responsible for verifying that all food vendors are properly licensed and inspected.

2.         The applicant must submit an application from the City Manager with approval of overnight camping.

Please be advised that all RVs approved for overnight camping must be totally self-contained.

3.         All handicap curb cuts must remain open at all times.

4.         The applicant is responsible for notifying all residents of the closure of Lakeshore Boulevard.

INFORMATION:

5.         As a DRC approved special Event, the applicant is authorized to utilize off-site signage to advertise

and/or direct traffic for the event. Please be advised that all signage must be placed so as to prevent

visual obstruction to both pedestrian and vehicular traffic, must be free standing and may be utilized

beginning one week prior to the event. All signage must be removed the day following the final day of

the event.

6.         The applicant has submitted a Hold Harmless letter to the City Clerk’s office and the Chamber has

obtained approval from the City Council for the sale and/or consumption of alcoholic beverages only in

those areas designated in Resolution #2006-155R.

 

Mr. Lane indicated that they will have no overnight parking.  They will have 1 vehicle there for the Gospel Sunshine Singers to get out of the sun.  He also noted that they have submitted their Hold Harmless letter. 

 

PARKS & RECREATION

CONDITIONS:

1.         You must fill out a form at the Parks and Recreation Department prior to any approval of using City

Facilities for events or functions.

RECOMMENDATIONS:

1.         For your Boat Ramp closure, you should put out a sign to let people know that the ramp is closed a few

days before event. Say at least (1) weeks notice.

2.         You will need to block off the boat ramp

INFORMATION:

1.         All facilities and/or equipment are reserved on a “first come, first serve” basis. Please contact the Parks

& Recreation Dept. at (407) 957-7243 as soon as possible to reserve what will be needed for your event

and availability. Equipment rental and set-up fees may be applicable to your event. Contact Tommy

Howes at the Parks and Recreation Dept. at (407) 957-7246 to coordinate cost of applicable rental and

set-up fees. A complete Facility Reservation Form must be provided at the DRC Review Conference

prior to final approval of application.

2.         We will drop off on Tuesday July 3rd (72) 6’ tables, (8) round tables and (315) metal chairs. You asked

for (350) chairs which we don’t have any more. Where do you want these dropped off at?

3.         Where are you looking at for us to set up the tents?

4.         No problem with the (2) 10’x10’ tents. But you asked for (6) 20’x40’ tents and we only have (4)

available because two are being used for Summer Camps at both Hopkins Park and Civic Center for the

kids.

5.         On the trash cans I can ask Ernie at the Landfill for some since we no longer carry any in stock.

6.         I would like to do a walk through on Tuesday June 26th at 1:30pm and meet by the Performing Arts

Building next to the Boat Basin Parking Lot.

7.         We will start setting up everything on Tuesday July 3rd around 7:30am. Please have someone down

there at that time.

8.         I will need to know very soon if you need our portable sound system so I can find a staff person to work

that day.

 

Ms. Haney noted that she has discussed the Parks and Recreation comments with Mr. Howse already.  They will be getting together on June 26th at 1:30 and walk around the area.

 

Mr. Lane noted several changes to this year’s event in comparison to past years.

 

Mr. Luthie and Mr. Lane discussed the helicopter landing areas. 

 

Discussion of the different activities and their locations on the map.

 

There was discussion of the retention pond and how even if the rain stops there will still be water in the pond. 

 

Mr. Nearing suggested that Mr. Luthie, Ms. Haney and the pilot meet together to discuss possible sites for the helicopter. 

 

Mr. Luthie and Ms. Haney agreed to this and will set up a time they can meet.

 

Mr. Luthie noted that they will not be able to use the area that has been fenced.

 

Mr. Lane was wondering if they could perhaps open a couple of the gates.

 

Mr. Luthie indicated that because of liability they couldn’t do that.

 

SOUTH FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT

CONDITIONS:

1.         No Comment

 

FINDING:

            DRC recommended approval with conditions.

 

1.                                        Case #05-82.08 – McKay Street Townhouses (John Groenendaal, Senior Planner)

720 McKay Street

Final Plat; 1.59 acres; 15 units

 

There was no one present to represent the application.

 

BUILDING DEPARTMENT

INFORMATION:

1.         The building department does not have comments applicable to this case.

 

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT

CONDITIONS:

1.         No Comments on this case.

 

 

PUBLIC WORKS

CONDITIONS:

1.         Please revise the Tract E dedication along McKay “to the public”.

 

LINES DIVISION

CONDITIONS:

1.         Please add in the notes that Tract “C” is dedicated as a Utility Easement.

2.         Tract “E” should be dedicated to the Public.

3.         Tract “F” should be dedicated to the City of St. Cloud and be a min. of 30’ x 30’.

 

FIRE DEPARTMENT

INFORMATION:

1.         Approval of this case will not cause an adverse affect on fire rescue department operations.

 

OUC (ELECTRIC UTILITY)

INFORMATION:

1.         The final plat meets the requirements of The Orlando Utilities Commission Electric Engineering Division.

 

PLANNING

CONDITIONS:

1.         Final Plat shall be recorded within 6 months of City Council approval.

2.         Need a boundary survey with a legal description which should match the plat legal.

3          Tract C needs a street name approved by 911 Addressing

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

RECOMMENDATIONS:

1.         Recommend approval.

 

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 final plat for street name review and approval.

 

Ms. Moroni indicated that McKay Street townhouses will generate 6 kids.  She gave the Secretary information regarding the school district calculations.

 

Mr. Nearing noted that the developer and the school district will need to meet.

 

FINDING:         

            DRC recommended approval with conditions.

 

2.                                        Case #05-87.06 – Michigan Avenue Office (Jonathan Kutche, Planner)

1201 Michigan Avenue

Conditional Use

 

Carlos Diaz of America’s Properties Realty was present to represent the application.

 

BUILDING DEPARTMENT

INFORMATION:

1.         The building department does not have comments applicable to this case.

 

 

 

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT

CONDITIONS:

1.         No Comments on this case.

 

PUBLIC WORKS

CONDITIONS:

1.         No comments.

 

LINES DIVISION

CONDITIONS:

1.         The approval of this request would require a total of three (3) separate water meters for this building.

2.         A water & sewer refund credit should have already been received for one (1) residential unit. Upon

receiving the letter of credit, water & sewer impact fees for a commercial and a residential unit will be

required.

3.         The sanitary sewer will be required to be upsized to a 6” min. sized lateral, if not already provided.

4.         All upgrade costs for water and sewer services will be applicable.

 

FIRE DEPARTMENT

INFORMATION:

1.         Approval of this case will not cause an adverse affect on fire rescue department operations.

Further conditions and recommendations will be addressed during the construction process.

 

OUC (ELECTRIC UTILITY)

INFORMATION:

1.         No comment.

 

PLANNING

CONDITIONS:

1.         Consistent with the general pattern of land development within the zoning district?

Staff Comment: The general pattern of land development within this portion of the Highway

Business zoning district has been of professional offices. Therefore, a mixed use building

containing additional professional office suites and only two residential apartments is consistent

within the general land development pattern.

2.         Is the conditional use consistent with the trends of development in the area or neighborhood, as

opposed to being detrimental to the area or neighborhood?

Staff Comment: A mixed use building is consistent with the trend of professional offices in

the area and will provide a unique space to professionals in the city. Additionally, this use

would not be detrimental to the area based on the following conditions being met:

· The number of apartments on the 2nd floor is limited to two.

The close proximity to the residential neighborhood will not be a problem as the project

contains two residential units and a relatively low amount of professional office space at

only 1,848 sf. It is staff’s position that future development will not be negatively impacted by

the presence of the requested mixed use building.

3.         Is the conditional use consistent with the patterns of development intensity in the area or neighborhood?

Staff Comment: It is staff’s position that the intensity of the use (for example, traffic

generated) will be consistent with the patterns of development intensity exhibited thus far in

the area.

4.         Does the conditional use have reasonable effect on existing traffic patterns, movements and intensities

without adverse impacts?

Staff Comment It is staff’s position that the request will have a reasonable effect on existed

traffic patterns. The project contains only two residential units and a relatively low amount of

professional office space at only 1,848 sf, resulting in a minimal need for parking. There

are no documented traffic problems in this area.

5.         Is the conditional use consistent with the City's Comprehensive Plan?

Staff Comment: It is the staff’s position that the conditional use is consistent with the

Comprehensive Plan.

6.         Can the conditional use development be designed to function effectively for its intended purpose without

creating negative off-site impacts for adjoining parcels?

Staff Comment: As stated above, it is staff’s position that the request can be made to

function effectively without creating negative off-site impacts by meeting the above

mentioned conditions are met.

RECOMMENDATIONS:

1.         Staff is recommending that one condition of approval be adopted in order to minimize negative on-site

and off-site impacts. Therefore, staff is recommending approval of the request for a conditional use with

conditions.

2.         As stated in section 3.4.3.C.5.e of the LDC, any Conditional Use approved by the City Council shall

expire 12 months after approval unless a building permit is obtained for the planned improvements to

this property.

3.         Should the City Council find that the applicant has adequately met the criteria to obtain a Conditional

Use to operate a professional office and residential use at 1201 Michigan Avenue, staff recommends

attaching the following conditions:

· The number of apartments on the 2nd floor is limited to two.

 

SOUTH FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT

INFORMATION:

1.         Will require review by the City Engineering Department only.

 

Mr. Diaz indicated he had no questions regarding the comments.

 

FINDING:

            DRC recommended approval with conditions.

 

3.                                        Case #06-113.03 – Lorraine Estates, Unit 6 (Jeff Higgins, Planner)

East of Canoe Creek Road

Construction Plans; 4.93 acres; 19 lots

 

John Moody of Osceola Engineering, Inc was present to represent the application.

 

BUILDING DEPARTMENT

INFORMATION:

1.         The building department does not have comments applicable to this case.

 

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, 19 units, the fees will be $2,250.74.

 

Mr. Moody indicated that he had no problems with IT and he believed these were standard conditions.

 

PUBLIC WORKS

CONDITIONS:

1.         The grading plan indicates the lot grades adjoining Lorraine Estates V will match the existing grades at

the rear of the lots. Please verify that there will be positive fall to the retention pond to prevent ponding

of storm water.

2.         The cul-de-sac R/W diameter should be a minimum of 120 feet.

3.         The storm pipe at the curb inlets and discharge pipe to the retention pond indicates 18” PVC? Do you

mean to specify ERCP for this location?

4.         Road underdrains will be required unless a geotechnical report demonstrates the seasonal high water

table is sufficiently below the street subgrade.

 

Mr. Moody indicated that there is a swale and not sure if it was shown on the plans but it will drain to the back.

 

Mr. Luthie noted that he just wanted to make sure.

 

Mr. Moody indicated that comment #3 should be RCP.  He also stated that they have already discussed comment #2.  Comment #4 he noted, seasonal high will add to show clearance and that in regards to comment #4 there are no underdrains.

 

CONCURRENCY MANAGEMENT

CONDITIONS:

1.         Per Resolution 06-304R, the water reservation fee, in the amount of $ , 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 $ , 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.

 

Mr. Moody noted that in regards to Concurrency Management, aren’t they paid at the time of the Building permit.

 

Mr. Nearing indicated that prior to a Certificate of Capacity the reservation fee needs to be paid.

 

LINES DIVISION

CONDITIONS:

1.         The plans submitted seem to be a combination of two (2) different revisions previously reviewed. Please

correct and re-submit for review.

2.         A 10 foot (10’) wide utility easement will be required on all property lines or tracts abutting a right of way.

3.         A minimum 15 foot (15’) wide utility easement is required centered over the water main, fire hydrants

and up to the water meters.

4.         A minimum 20 foot (20’) wide utility easement is required centered over the sanitary sewer main and

service laterals up to the clean-outs.

5.         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.

6.         Provide water, and reclaimed water hydraulic analysis reports. Review of these reports may alter

comments regarding proposed line sizes.

7.         Show the jumper and all water sample point locations.

8.         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.

9.         Any required changes from Osceola County that may alter these plans will require an additional review

by the City of St. Cloud and may require revisions to the plans submitted.

10.        Approved plans from Osceola County must be submitted to the City of St. Cloud prior to scheduling a

preconstruction meeting.

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.

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.         Show existing hydrant for spacing purposes.

 

Mr. Moody and Mr. Ennis discussed hydrant locations as shown on the plans.

 

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. Please read the attached “UPDATE” ADVISORY NOTICE as it pertains

to electric material shortages.

2.         A 10’ wide utility easement will be required on all property line abutting a right-of-way. Other easements

may be required.

INFORMATION:

3.         OUC can provide street 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 an Engineer will be assigned to the

project.

 

PLANNING

CONDITIONS:

1.         Tree preservation should be consulted with the City Arborist.

2.         Need Concurrency Application to be completed.

RECOMMENDATIONS:

3.         Approval with conditions.

INFORMATION:

4.         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.

5.         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.

6.         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”.

 

Mr. Moody noted that he will get with Ms. Duffy regarding the trees.

 

SOUTH FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT

CONDITIONS:

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

 

Mr. Moody indicted that they have resubmitted with South Florida Water Management District.

 

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 plans for street name and review and approval.

 

Mr. Moody noted that Ms. Patty McCurdy with Johnston’s Surveying will take care of Public Safety’s comments.

 

FINDING:

            DRC recommended approval with conditions.

 

4.                                        Case #06-115.04 – Old Hickory (John Groenendaal, Senior Planner)

Southwest of Old Hickory Tree Road

PUD Final Master Plan; 200.56 acres; 379 SF, 172 TH = 551 Units

 

Scott Stearns and Roxana Roman from Bowyer-Singleton and Associates and Shane Cox and Mike Pruitt from Meritage Homes were all present to represent the application.

 

BUILDING DEPARTMENT

INFORMATION:

1.         The building department does not have comments applicable to this case.

 

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, nonswitched 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, 551 units, the fees would be $65,271.46.

 

Mr. Stearns noted that IT was standard comments.

 

Mr. Peck indicated that they need to get with OUC for layout, it appears someone is not following through with the transformer layout.

 

PUBLIC WORKS

CONDITIONS:

1.         The proposed access to Old Hickory subdivision both north and south of Nolte Road should be aligned

to provide access to the adjacent private property to the west of Old Hickory subdivision. This common

access will consolidate the needs of future development in keeping with the access management Class

5. If alignment changes can not be accommodated then a legal right of access will need to be provided

on the plat by extending the R/W to the western property line.

2.         The proposed North Pod storm pipe within phase 3 should be designed to fit within the R/W to facilitate

future maintenance.

3.         Behind lots 519 and 520 is a proposed inlet. If that is the only inlet necessary to receive sheet flow from

the rear of the lots then it seems more practical to extend the storm pipe from the R/W between lots 519

and 520.

4.         The proposed connection to Gramercy indicates that lot 289 in Gramercy will be eliminated. We will

need some form of acknowledgment from the developer of Gramercy that they are in agreement with

the proposed road connection location and loss of the building lot.

5.         All proposed landscaping in the median of any roadway will need to be referenced on the plat as a Tract

to be maintained by the HOA.

6.         The town home typical road section indicates that 19 feet will be available for automobile parking

between the garage and the sidewalk. The LDC requires a minimum of 20 feet.

7.         The typical street section will need to be revised by moving the sidewalk. Please provide a 1 foot

separation between the sidewalk and the 10 foot utility easement.

8.         A street underdrain system is a standard requirement and should be shown in the typical sections.

Underdrains may be eliminated if it can be demonstrated that adequate separation between the

subgrade and the estimated seasonal high water table can be achieved by placement of fill.

9.         Speed limit signs of 25 mph will need to be placed throughout the development.

 

Mr. Stearns noted in regards to realigning that he has spoken with Mr. Luthie and they can’t shift the road.  They will provide access rights to the right and make sure that access is maintained.

 

Mr. Nearing indicated that he has been contacted by Gramercy and they have noted they were contacted and approve.

 

Mr. Stearns indicated that this addresses comment #4.  In regards to comment #2 they will coordinate the New Nolte right-of-way.  Comment #3 regarding the inlet, it shows it behind the parcels to the north because it will be constructed later.

 

Mr. Luthie indicated that he was concerned because the fenced back yards can become clogged and then it becomes a problem with maintenance.  He wanted to know how they will be handling the maintenance.

 

Mr. Stearns noted that it would be the HOA.

 

Mr. Luthie wanted to know if they could swale and then later install the inlet.

 

Mr. Stearns noted that they will show a swale.  In regards to Comment #4 and Gramercy that has been discussed.  Regarding Comment #5 landscaping is no problem.

 

Mr. Luthie wanted to know what was in the roundabout, if there were any features or landscaping.

 

Mr. Stearns noted he wasn’t sure but they will probably put in utilities.

 

Mr. Mauro indicated that they did not want utilities there because they would be too costly.

 

Mr. Nearing noted that the HOA would have to control that unless it was solid concrete and then the City will take it.

 

Mr. Stearns indicated that they will take care of that.  In regards to comment #6 they will revise. 

 

Mr. Luthie noted in regards to comment #7 that this is typical.

 

Mr. Stearns had no problems with comments #8 and #9.

 

LINES DIVISION

CONDITIONS:

1.         The water, sewer and reclaimed water mains need to be re-located around the round-a-bouts.

2.         The main sizes will be determined upon submittal and review of the hydraulic analysis reports. Review

of these reports may alter comments regarding proposed line sizes.

3.         The water and reclaimed water mains require looping on all cul-de-sacs.

4.         Extend the water and reclaimed water mains to the property boundary beyond Tract “J”.

5.         A minimum 15 foot (15’) wide utility easement is required centered over the water main, fire hydrants

and up to the water meters.

6.         A minimum 20 foot (20’) wide utility easement is required centered over the sanitary sewer main and

service laterals up to the clean-outs.

7.         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.

8.         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.

 

Mr. Stearns indicated that they had no problems with comment #1, they are upsizing the utilities and will be Fed Exing that to Todd.  The water reclaim is no problem.

 

Mr. Mauro noted in regards to Comment #4, the plans show the lines stopping.

 

Mr. Stearns noted that there is a stub on New Nolte for reclaim. 

 

There was discussion of the mains and stubs.

 

FIRE DEPARTMENT

CONDITIONS:

1.         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)

2.         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)

For the purpose of providing adequate access for public safety vehicles and personnel, the

following standards shall be used in designing vehicular access to any subdivisions consisting

of residential properties.

Greater than 500 Two means of ingress and egress for public use

Living units LDC 6.6.2

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)

6.         All gates shall be located a minimum of 30’ (thirty feet) from the public right of way and shall not open

outward. LDC

7.         All gates shall have an access control device approved by the Fire Rescue Department. (NFPA 1

10.12.2)

8.         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)

9.         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)

10.        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.

INFORMATION:

1.         What section of the FFPC was used on comment 61?

 

Mr. Stearns questioned why comments #2 is underlined.

 

Mr. Ennis indicated that it was a standard comment and that has been taken care of.  He had a questions regarding the plans, on comment #61, he was unable to find that in his code book.

 

Mr. Stearns indicated it was probably done in error and would remove it from his comments.

 

Mr. Ennis noted that comment #5 will let him know how many hydrants he will need.

 

Mr. Stearns and Mr. Ennis discussed the plans and hydrant counts.

 

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. Please read the attached “UPDATE” ADVISORY NOTICE as it pertains

to electric material shortages.

2.         A 10’ wide utility easement will be required on all property line abutting a right-of-way. Other easements

may be required.

INFORMATION:

3.         OUC can provide street 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 an Engineer will be assigned to the

project.

 

Mr. Stearns noted that they will be providing a 10’ utility easement.

 

PLANNING

CONDITIONS:

1.         Need 15 sets of Preliminary Master Plan turned in for signature.

2.         Areas under the 100 year flood plain shall require a flood elevation certificate prior to Certificates of

Occupancy.

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”.

 

Mr. Stearns questioned why they needed to submit more plans.

 

Mr. Groenendaal noted that after they went to City Council they were tossed out and that they need to resubmit new plans.

 

Mr. Stearns indicated he understood comment #2.

 

SOUTH FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT

CONDITIONS:

1.         A South Florida Water Management District permit/modification is required for the following:

 

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 PUD Final Master Plan for street name and review and approval

 

FINDING:

            DRC recommended approval with conditions.

 

5.                                        Case #07-36.02 – Crosscreek Village (John Groenendaal, Senior Planner)

SW Corner of Canoe Creek and Old Canoe Creek roads

PUD Final Master Plan/Construction Plans; 14.78 acres; 4 lots

 

There was no one present to represent the application.

 

BUILDING DEPARTMENT

INFORMATION:

1.         The building department does not have comments applicable to this case.

 

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, 14.78 acres, the fees will be $4,377.95.

 

PUBLIC WORKS

CONDITIONS:

1.         Prior to construction plan approval the applicant will need to submit an Osceola County permit or a letter

of intent to issue a permit for the proposed access to Old Canoe Creek Road and Canoe Creek Road.

2.         Cross access for all parcels will need to be made a part of the plat for Crosscreek Village.

3.         How will the Walgreen corner parcel gain access to the R/W during construction?

4.         Please provide a detail of the solid waste enclosures for the dumpsters.

5.         Will the Publix have a trash compactor and cardboard collection?

 

CONCURRENCY MANAGEMENT

CONDITIONS:

1.         Need to be prepared to show the impacts to the roadways are being mitigated, preferable a letter from

the county

2.         I will get reservation fee for the meeting .

3.         Per Resolution 06-304R, the water reservation fee, in the amount of $ , 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.

4.         Per Resolution 06-304R, the sewer reservation fee, in the amount of $ , 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.

5.         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.

6.         The City of St. Cloud Development Review Committee is authorized to review and approve all

construction plans for this development.

INFORMATION:

1.         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:

1.         Provide water, sewer and reclaimed water hydraulic analysis reports. Review of these reports may alter

comments regarding proposed line sizes.

2.         Show the jumper and all water sample point locations.

3.         Remove the wording “County” from the Utility Notes.

4.         Remove all wording pertaining to County, Osceola County and Pasco County.

5.         Remove line no. 4 & 5 from the Utility Notes. The City of St. Cloud will own and maintain the water,

reclaimed water and sanitary sewer systems up to the meters, backflow preventers and clean-outs.

6.         Show the existing sanitary sewer manhole as number 46-174 with an 8” x 8’ stub-out at an elevation of

59.99, for connection to the system at this location.

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

use numbers starting with 46-218.

8.         The maximum allowable length of sanitary sewer pipe between manholes is 400 feet. Please add an

additional manhole structure between SS-5 & SS-7.

9.         Add three additional sanitary sewer manholes to the Retail “A” building and one to Retail “B” building.

10.        A sanitary sewer clean-out is required at point of connection, change of direction and on long runs not to

exceed intervals of 75 feet, to be shown on the plans.

11.        Remove the 3” cond. service line connection from the sanitary sewer main.

12.        Add a sanitary sewer manhole w/ two 8” main stub-outs to outparcels 3 & 4.

13.        Identify the size of the stub-outs to outparcels 1 & 2 as an 8” pipe.

14.        Change the size of the sanitary sewer lateral to the Retail “C” to a 6” pipe.

15.        Identify all fittings, valves and wet taps.

16.        An in-line water main gate valve is required every 500 feet maximum.

17.        Provide three gate valves at all tee’s.

18.        Provide a gate valve and a temp blow-off to each stub-out and identify pipe size.

19.        The water main will be required to be looped through the project and connected to Canoe Creek Rd.

20.        Separate the double detector check backflow preventers and the 2” meters.

21.        Remove the 8” double detector check backflow preventer from the main line water main.

22.        Show the gate valves on the fire hydrant assemblies at the tee location on the main.

23.        Loop the reclaimed water main to Old Canoe Creek Rd. and provide a minimum 2” service to each

parcel and identify the size.

24.        A minimum 15 foot (15’) wide utility easement is required centered over the water main, fire hydrants

and up to the water meters.

25.        A minimum 20 foot (20’) wide utility easement is required centered over the sanitary sewer main and

service laterals up to the clean-outs.

26.        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.

27.        Grease traps will be required if facility is to provide on-site food preparations.

28.        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.

29.        Any required changes from Osceola County that may alter these plans will require an additional review

by the City of St. Cloud and may require revisions to the plans submitted.

30.        Approved plans from Osceola County must be submitted to the City of St. Cloud prior to scheduling a

preconstruction meeting.

31.        Provide a detail and identify the size of the grease trap.

32.        Correct the type of the sanitary sewer manhole ring & cover design shown on the City Standard Detail

Sheet.

33.        Additional conditions may apply upon further review.

 

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 rightof-

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.         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.         In accordance with 7.9.2.2 of the Land Development Code, water distribution systems and/or main

extensions shall be designed and constructed in accordance with the fire protection requirements of the

Insurance Services Office, as stated in their publication “Guide for Determination of Required Fire

Flows”. Proof of adequate fire flow must be submitted to the public works department for verification

prior to site plan approval by the fire rescue department.

4.         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.

5.         Listed indicating valves shall be at least 40’ from the building if space permits.(NFPA13 8.15.1.1.1) FDC

shown on building needs to be located on the back flow preventor.

6.         Fire Department connections shall be identified by a sign that states “ NO PARKING, FIRE

DEPARTMENT CONNECTION” and be designed in accordance with the Florida Department of

Transportation standards for information signage. (NFPA 1 18.3.4.3 Fla. Edition)

7.         Plans show double detector check valve in line with the main, this needs to be separate.

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

INFORMATION:

1.         Will building A have fire protection?

 

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 four weeks before you need pre-power. Please read the attached “UPDATE”

ADVISORY NOTICE as it pertains to electric material shortages.

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

INFORMATION:

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.         Final Plat shall be recorded within 6 months of City Council approval.

2.         Need 15 sets of Preliminary Master Plan for sign off.

3.         We have not received notice from DCA yet that they are not challenging the 10.5 acre.

4.         Please describe and/or confirm that the lighting plan on C-11 will not cause light glare onto the adjacent

residential use and roadways.

5.         There is no sidewalk on Old Canoe Creek, provide one or obtain a variance to pay into a sidewalk fund.

It is possible there will be a widening if so provide a timeline from the County.

6.         There is no landscape on the land shared by Publix and the outparcels. Just grass.

7.         There is a requirement for 12.5% green space within the parking lot, provide a calculation

8.         Are there any trees on site ( 4 DBH as a min for replacement)

9.         There is to be a raised curb to all green areas, it is unclear whether that is depicted.

10.        The application fees for not correct, it appears you owe $1,000.00

11.        The resubmittal shall be a final master plan and Construction Drawing.

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 for the following:

 

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 PUD Final Master Plan for street name and review and approval.

 

Mr. Nearing suggested they continue this case until they can set up a meeting and make some adjustments.

 

FINDING:

            DRC recommends continuance.

 

6.                                        Case #07-66.02 – 1311 Indiana Avenue (Jonathan Kutche, Planner)

1311 Indiana Avenue

Site Plan Variance (2)

 

No one was present to represent the application.

 

 

BUILDING DEPARTMENT

INFORMATION:

1.         The building department does not have comments applicable to this case.

 

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT

CONDITIONS:

1.         No Comments on this case.

 

PUBLIC WORKS

CONDITIONS:

1.         Since the gravel driveway has been in existence for some time now we will recommend approval of the

variance requests.

 

LINES DIVISION

CONDITIONS:

1.         No comments.

 

FIRE DEPARTMENT

INFORMATION:

1.         Approval of this case will not cause an adverse affect on fire rescue department operations.

 

OUC (ELECTRIC UTILITY)

INFORMATION:

1.         No Comment

 

PLANNING

RECOMMENDATIONS:

1.         Staff agrees with the applicant’s analysis and recommends approval of this site variance.

 

SOUTH FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT

CONDITIONS:

1.         No comment.

 

FINDING:

            DRC recommended approval with conditions.

 

7.                                        Case #07-67.01 –Fifth Third Bank (John Groenendaal, Senior Planner)

Southeast corner of Canoe Creek Road and Pine Tree Drive

Site Plan

 

Ryan Blaida and Nicolle Buckland with Reynold, Smith and Hill were present to represent the application.

 

BUILDING DEPARTMENT

INFORMATION:

1.         The building department does not have comments applicable to this case.

 

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT

CONDITIONS:

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, nonswitched 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 application submitted, 1.91 acres, the fess will be $ 565.76.

 

PUBLIC WORKS

CONDITIONS:

1.         The two proposed access locations are along roadways which are under the jurisdiction of Osceola

County. Prior to final construction plan sign-off we will need a copy of the permit or a “letter of intent to

issue a permit” from the Osceola County Engineering Department.

2.         Please provide a dumpster pad and enclosure for commercial solid waste collection.

3.         There is no stormwater management pond for the project?

 

CONCURRENCY MANAGEMENT

CONDITIONS:

1.         Per Resolution 06-304R, the water reservation fee, in the amount of $14,150 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 $28,300 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.

 

Mr. Blaida noted that he needs to get his checks in for Concurrency Management.

 

Mr. Nearing indicated that this will be on Consent Agenda.

 

LINES DIVISION

CONDITIONS:

1.         Please show the 15” gravity sanitary sewer main along the Pine Tree Drive frontage and the 8” sanitary

sewer force main located along the North West corner of parcel.

2.         There is an existing 2” reclaimed water irrigation service. Please separate the service on the plans from

the potable water connection.

3.         Change the size of the RPZ backflow preventer to a 1-1/2”.

4.         Include the City of St. Cloud Standard Details for the manhole, manhole cover and backflow preventer.

5.         The sign may require adjustment in the location, due to the location of the 8” sanitary sewer force main.

 

FIRE DEPARTMENT

INFORMATION:

1.         Approval of this case will not cause an adverse affect on fire rescue department operations.

Further conditions and recommendations will be addressed during the construction process.

 

OUC (ELECTRIC UTILITY)

INFORMATION:

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 four weeks before you need pre-power. Please read the attached “UPDATE

ADVISORY NOTICE” as it pertains to electric material shortages.

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.         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

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

project.

 

PLANNING

CONDITIONS:

1.         All pages must be signed and sealed for final approval.

2.         Minimum travelway width is 24 feet plans show the width of 24 feet to the back of the curb.

3.         A bicycle rack must be included as per code.

4.         Sidewalks 5 feet in width shall be included along Canoe Creek and Pine Tree.

5.         Where a commercial land use borders a residential district or a right-of-way, lighting may be used for

illuminating the parking area, advertising signs, or any portion of the property as long as direct light

source is not visible to drivers on the right-of-way or adjacent residential areas.

6.         No amplification of sound shall be permitted which will carry outside the immediate space occupied by

the business generating the commercial sounds or outside the property line if the enterprise generating

the sounds is the only business located on the lot.

7.         Monument signage as stated on the plans shall follow the LDC requirements.

8.         Dumpster location?

RECOMMENDATIONS:

9.         Approval with conditions

INFORMATION:

10.        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.

11.        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.

 

SOUTH FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT

INFORMATION:

1.         Will require review by the City Engineering Department only.

 

Mr. Blaida indicated that he had no questions and that he will submit his 15 sets.

 

Mr. Luthie wanted to know about storm water management.

 

Mr. Blaida noted that it was across the street and that they are working with South Florida.

 

Mr. Luthie wanted to know about the dumpsters if they will have someone come by to pick up their trash.

 

Mr. Blaida indicated that the dumpster pads will be on the next set of plans when they submit them.

 

Mr. Luthie noted that his trucks will need to maneuver so they will need access and to make sure there is clearance.

 

Mr. Mauro wanted to know if they had any information regarding the sewer drainage comment.

 

Mr. Blaida indicated that they will separate the water and sewer.

 

FINDING:

            DRC recommended approval with conditions.

 

 

 

8.                                        Case #07-68.01 – LDC Amendment (Jonathan Kutche, Planner)

Citywide

LDC Amendment

 

City was the applicant and was present to represent the application.

 

BUILDING DEPARTMENT

INFORMATION:

1.         The building department does not have comments applicable to this case.

 

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT

CONDITIONS:

1.         No Comments on this case.

 

PUBLIC WORKS

CONDITIONS:

1.         No comments.

 

LINES DIVISION

CONDITIONS:

1.         No comments.

 

FIRE DEPARTMENT

INFORMATION:

1.         Approval of this case will not cause an adverse affect on fire rescue department operations.

 

OUC (ELECTRIC UTILITY)

INFORMATION:

1.         No Comment

 

SOUTH FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT

CONDITIONS:

1.         No comment.

 

FINDING:

            DRC recommended approval.

 

10.                  Case #07-110.03 – Gaston Financial Group (Jeff Higgins, Planner)

1121 Kentucky Avenue

Parking Determination

 

Gabriel Gaston with Gaston Financial was present to represent the application.

 

BUILDING DEPARTMENT

INFORMATION:

1.         The building department does not have comments applicable to this case.

 

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT

CONDITIONS:

1.         No Comments on this case.

 

PUBLIC WORKS

CONDITIONS:

1.         No comments.

 

LINES DIVISION

CONDITIONS:

1.         No comments.

 

 

 

FIRE DEPARTMENT

INFORMATION:

1.         Approval of this case will not cause an adverse affect on fire rescue department operations.

 

OUC (ELECTRIC UTILITY)

INFORMATION:

1.         No comment.

 

PLANNING

CONDITIONS:

1.         Parking approval to be valid for one year. At that time the site shall be reevaluated for the existing

parking pattern to determine if the provided parking spaces are adequate.

RECOMMENDATIONS:

2.         Approval with conditions.

 

SOUTH FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT

INFORMATION:

1.         Will require review by the City Engineering Department only.

 

There were no questions or comments.

 

FINDING:

            DRC recommended approval.

 

CONSENT AGENDA

 

1.                   DRC Minutes

April 5, 2007                  April 19, 2007

 

FINDING:

            DRC approved minutes.

 

ADJOURNED: 3:30 PM