MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION,

WHICH TOOK PLACE ON TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 2001, 7:00 P.M.,

COUNCIL CHAMBERS, CITY HALL, MIDLAND, MICHIGAN

 

1. Roll Call.

PRESENT: Commission members Baker, Garner (7:03), Geisler, Lind, Senesac, Rapanos, Slicker, Wieland

ABSENT: Kozakiewicz

OTHERS PRESENT: Jon Lynch, Director of Planning and Community Development; Mark Ostgarden, City Planner; Cheri Standfest, Administrative Assistant; and five others

2. Approval of the minutes of the meeting of January 23, 2001.

It was moved by Senesac, seconded by Slicker, to approve the minutes of the meeting of January 23, 2001. The minutes were approved as presented.

 

3. Public hearings:

  1. Zoning Petition No. 473 initiated by the Planning Commission, to zone property on the east side of Perrine Road south of Letts Road to Residential A-4 [see transcript].
  2. Zoning Petition No. 474 initiated by the Planning Commission, to zone property on the west side of Jefferson north of the US-10 Expressway, to Business C [see transcript].
  3. Zoning Petition No. 475 initiated by the Planning Commission, to zone property on the east side of Dublin Road north of Airport Road to Residential A-1 [see transcript].

4. Public Comments.

There were no public comments.

5. Old Business.

None.

6. New Business.

Noting a request by the petitioner to act on Zoning Petition No. 475, it was moved by Rapanos and seconded by Geisler to place consideration of the petition under New Business. The vote proceeded as follows:

YEA: Baker, Garner, Geisler, Rapanos, Senesac, Slicker, Wieland

NAY: Lind

After brief discussion regarding planning for the future street network, it was moved by Slicker and seconded by Rapanos to approve Residential A-1 zoning on the property subject to Zoning Petition No. 475. The vote proceeded as follows:

YEA: Baker, Garner, Geisler, Lind, Rapanos, Senesac, Slicker, Wieland

NAY: None

Adjournment at approximately 8:00 p.m. was moved by Senesac, seconded by Slicker, and unanimously approved.

Respectfully submitted,

 

Jon Lynch

Planning Commission Secretary