TUESDAY, JUNE 25, 2013–
George Kuck, Vice- Chair Absent
Duane Laible, Chair
Angie Heath Younce
Diana Morton, Secretary
I. CALL TO ORDER
II. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
B. Meeting Guidelines
C. Approval of Agenda Posted, Including Any Deletions or Corrections
of Minutes of
E. Liaison/County Staff Business Plans to move Enterprise TAB meeting location one time
F. Presentation and discussion regarding the Cooperative Management Area Deed Modification Policy and potential impact on upcoming Land Use Plan update.
TAB received updates on critical issues such as the schedule for NCZ moratoria, changes in CMA and developing processes for the LUP.
Most discussion involved plans by the Department of Aviation to maintain residential deed restrictions between the AE60 and AE65 lines. TAB members questioned the arbitrary “hard line” nature of the AE60 and lack of any discretionary transition within that line, especially involving parcels and existing neighborhoods bisected by that line. TAB questioned why market forces would not be allowed to determine suitability for residential uses with appropriate building code provisions. Staff agreed restrictions within the AE60 are discretionary, but responded that the restrictions have existed for 20 plus years and will not be changed. New aircraft technology has driven recent movement of these lines and will continue to do so. TAB expressed concern that arbitrary denials within the AE60 line will have impacts lasting for decades beyond the actual noise levels at that time. TAB members thanked them for the presentation but said there may be requests for further consideration by the Commission. There is currently housing development taking place within the AE60 line on private parcels intermingled with RPM-controlled parcels still subject to deed restrictions.
IV. COMMENTS BY THE GENERAL PUBLIC – None
V. TOWN BOARD INPUT – Member Getter recognized Thalia Dondero in audience. Chair Laible commented on Chairs meeting and issue regarding consent agenda placement
VI. PLANNING & ZONING
Possible action to be taken on the following applications:
SEE ATTACHMENT “A”
VII. COMMENTS BY THE GENERAL PUBLIC – None
VIII. Set next meeting date –
DESIGN REVIEW for the exterior remodel of an existing office building on 0.2 acres
in a C-P (Office & Professional) Zone. Generally located on the
west side of
The design was non-residential and non-compatible
2. UC-0812-06 (ET-0052-13) – grand flamingo capital management, llc:
PERMIT SECOND EXTENSION OF TIME
to review a carnival/temporary outdoor event with outdoor live entertainment on
a portion of 65.1 acres in a C-2 (General Commercial) Zone in the MUD-3 and
MUD-4 Overlay Districts. Generally located 700 feet north of
Approved 4-0 with staff conditions
3. UC-0314-13 – SPRING VALLEY MARKET PLACE, LLC:
USE PERMITS for the following: 1) a communication tower; and 2) reduce the setback from a communication tower to a residential development.
WAIVER OF DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS to allow an architectural intrusion within the required setback.
DESIGN REVIEW for a communication tower and associated equipment within an existing
shopping center on 4.1 acres in a C-2 (General Commercial) Zone. Generally located on the
north side of
Approved 3-1 with staff conditions.
One member objected to 75% setback reductions. Majority accepted due to presence of existing tower and no neighbor objections.
4. DR-0319-13 – SAL SAGEV, LLC:
DESIGN REVIEW for a restaurant with a drive-thru on 1.3 acres in a C-2 (General Commercial) Zone in the MUD-3 Overlay District.
CONDITIONS of a zone change
(ZC-0210-02) requiring recording a reciprocal, perpetual cross access,
ingress/egress, and parking agreements with the parcel to the west. Generally located on the
northwest corner of
Approved 4-0 with staff conditions and DENIAL of the waiver.