MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION,
WHICH TOOK PLACE ON TUESDAY, APRIL 12, 2005, 7:00 P.M.,
COUNCIL CHAMBERS, CITY HALL,
1. Roll Call
PRESENT: Baker, Eyre, Kanuch, Kozakiewicz, Mead, Plotzke, Senesac, Svenson and Wieland
OTHERS PRESENT: Jon Lynch, Assistant City Manager; Daryl Poprave, City Planner; and 23 others.
2. Approval of Minutes
Regular Meeting of
It was moved by Wieland and supported by Kozakiewicz to approve the minutes of March 22nd. The minutes were unanimously approved.
3. Public Hearings
A. Zoning Petition No. 519 Consideration of a petition initiated by the City of Midland Planning Commission to zone property at 31 Cheryl Drive, owned by Donovan & Carrie Ellis from Township zoning to Residential A-1. [See transcript.]
B. Zoning Petition No. 521 Consideration of a petition initiated by Todd Bennett to zone property on West Wackerly Street located north and east of Northgate Drive and owned by Bennett Construction from Office Service zoning to Community Commercial. [See transcript.]
C. Conditional Use No. 15 Consideration for a conditional use permit for a commercial parking lot at 425 Waldo Avenue on behalf of the Judith Ann Rapanos, Inter-Vivos Trust, submitted by Richard Fosgitt of Bartow & King Engineers. [See transcript.]
D. Code of Ordinances Amendment Consideration of amendments to Section 25-10 of the City of Midland Code of Ordinances to permit storage of trailer coaches with wheels and / or tires removed. [See transcript.]
4. Public Comments (not related to agenda items)
5. Old Business
6. New Business
8. Report of the Chairman
9. Report of the Planning Director
CDBG 2005 Budget
§ Zoning Petition No. 521 W. Wackerly at Northgate Dr.
Conditional Use Permit
§ Code of Ordinances Amendment Trailer Coaches
Public Street Vacation portions of E.
Ellsworth, Lyon St,
§ Receive Subdivision Ordinance Report Schedule public hearing
Proposed Subdivision Control Ordinance
Adjournment at approximately 9:25 PM and unanimously approved.
Jon Lynch, AICP
MINUTES ARE NOT FINAL UNTIL APPROVED BY THE PLANNING COMMISSION