7 p.m. Tuesday
Baxter City Hall
1. Call meeting to order
2. Roll call
3. Pledge of allegiance
4. Consent agenda
A. Approval of council minutes of July 11
B. Payment of bills and approval of the Finance report
C. Accept planning and zoning minutes of July 11
1. Approve the final plat of Cedardale South with the following conditions based on the findings of fact:
38 residential lots are proposed.
a. All lots are in conformance with ordinance standards.
b. All lots have access to dedicated public roadway.
c. All lots will be served by City sanitary sewer and water.
d. This plat is adjacent to like zoning district and residential lots.
e. This plat is in harmony with the city comprehensive plan.
f. That no negative health safety or welfare impacts on adjacent properties could be identified.
g. All the subdivision requirements are met barring construction agreements.
h. That water and sewer be extended to the east and west termini of Jordan Road South and to the southern termini of Norway Spruce Drive South.
i. That all fees and current taxes be paid.
j. That a provision of the plat be on the county coordinate system.
k. Submission of an independent plat check.
l. Provision of a reproducible copy.
m. That a developers agreement be signed and bond produced prior to permit issuance.
n. Engineers recommend that the easement south of Noble Fir Drive be widened to 30' if watermain is to be installed.
2. Approve the preliminary plat of the first addition to Wildflower with the following conditions based on the findings of fact:
a. That any and all utility easements regarding hydrant access be shown on the final plat and described.
b. That all fees and current taxes be paid.
c. That the plat be submitted on the county coordinate system.
d. That a digitized file be submitted to the city of the plat with the CUP building sites incorporated.
e. That there be a submission of an independent plat check.
f. That a reproducible copy be provided.
3. Approve the conditional use permit for a planned unit development called Woodridge Townhomes with the following conditions based on the findings of fact:
a. That the units are constructed identical in layout and architecture as presented in the application materials.
b. That the drive way width be increased from 24' to 26' to allow better fire access
c. That all work, including final ditching and landscaping on Glory Road, is completed prior to issuing any construction permits on phase II
d. That all access and utility connections are approved by the Utilities Commission.
e. That fire hydrant location and service be per directive of the Fire Chief.
f. That the City accept, and the developer deed Out Lot A prior to final acceptance of the plat. The development of the documents would be at City expense.
g. All driveways drain South to Out Lot B.
h. Need to meet NPDES.
i. Out Lot B needs berm to retain 5 year Storm Water before entering Out Lot A.
4. Approve the Conditional Use Permit for a Veterinary Clinic with the following conditions based on the findings of fact:
1. In Dec. 1999 Dr. Rehnblom inquired regarding zoning districts that allowed a veterinary hospital. That use was not specifically defined so the question was posed to Planning and Zoning regarding that interpretation. It was determined that all-commercial zones could provide for the use if subject to a Conditional Use Permit.
2. Since that time, Dr. Rehnblom purchased the property and worked through a rezoning process to down zone from C-2 (Regional Commercial) to C-1 (Neighborhood Commercial)
3. To date this application is for a veterinary hospital with no outside penning or runs.
B. Zoning Review:
1. This application meets or exceeds lot coverage requirements.
2. Parking requirements are met at 14 stalls using the formula for medical and dental of 3/doctor plus 1 per employee. Stalls exist to handle 3 doctors, 3 assistants and 2 support staff. Additional space is available if expansion were to take place.
3. Landscaping will be in compliance at the time of building permit review.
4. Storm water appears to be designed, but a report of the specifics from the engineering firm has not been made available at this time.
5. Space exists for onsite septic treatment unless City services are installed prior to the Certificate of Occupancy. City utilities are forecast in 2002.
C. Comprehensive Plan Review:
1. The Plan identifies transition of zoning district intensity between commercial and residential zones.
2. The Plan was the source of greater landscape and setback requirements on residential boundaries.
a. That any and all lighting and surfaces of lighted structures be directed toward the interior of the property.
b. That a bike/pedestrian crossing sign be placed on the exit side of the driveway.
c. That the storm water plan be submitted to the City meeting all regulations and having a capacity for a 5 year rainstorm event prior to permit issuance.
d. That a landscape plan be in compliance prior to permit issuance.
e. That there be no outdoor runs, exercise pens or kennels constructed or used.
f. That all dumpsters are secured from both wild and domestic animals and pests.
g. That all dumpsters are screened 100% from all directions.
h. That upon utilities becoming available, the applicant will hook up and meet the requirements of the Fire Chief as shown on the site plan for hydrant location.
i. That hours of operation be no earlier than 7 a.m. or later than 8 p.m. on M-F and from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday and 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Sunday.
j. No outside ringing devices or paging systems shall be installed.
k. The applicant understand he will need to hook up within one year after Utilities come through this area.
l. A berm or other method to direct storm water eastward to a retention pond.
D. Accept Utilities Commission minutes of July 12, 2000.
1. Accept the Paige and Blair First Addition Plans and Specifications once all changes have been approved by City Engineer Wernberg and Public Works Director Walter.
a. A turnaround is needed at the south end of the development for City maintenance. A temporary easement be given to the City and will revert back to the developer once the road is extended south.
b. Soil testing is contractor responsibility.
c. Only 5" of class 5 is required.
d. 50' radius cul-de-sac.
e. 2' ditches.
f. Need percolation tests.
g. Developer need layout showing 100 year storm water plan.
h. City will required field observation.
E. Accept Personnel & Police Commission minutes of July 13, 2000
F. Approve the bike/pedestrian concept trail map and direct City Planner to initiate public hearings to amend it into the Comprehensive Plan.
G. Approve payment to Lifestyle Builders for City Hall addition in the amount of $29,640.00 as per contract.
5. Public Comments
6. Other business
A. Industrial & Economic Development Commission minutes of July 14, 2000
B. Approve the sale of Industrial Park lot to OMNI Broadcasting
C. City Entrance Sign and Marketing Program
D. Building Official Position
7. Council Comments
A. Mark Cross -- Parks & Recreation & other comments
B. Craig MacDonald -- Planning & Zoning & other comments
C. Mary Marana -- Industrial & Economic Development & other comments
D. Gary Muehlhausen -- Utilities, Personnel & Police & other mayoral comments
E. Barb Wells -- Long Range Planning & other comments
8. City Attorney's Report
9. City Administrator's Report
10. Adjournment to Council Workshop
11. Council Workshop
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