the Preliminary PUD Plan for the Reflection Lake at Cloud City 2nd Addition (south and east of the intersection of Kellogg and Andover Road) Chris Bohm of Ruggles & Bohm P.A. represented the owner.
He provided the preliminary plat and update for the PUD for this piece of
ground. There was a PUD that was filed on this land on November 22, 2000. The
owner of the ground wants to proceed with the platting of this part of the
PUD, which is parcels 6 & 7. Parcel 6 allows multi-family, Parcel 7
allows single family. The changes Mr. Bohm noted from the original PUD due
to the square footage requirement in Parcel 6, 1 duplex lot was lost, and in
Parcel 7, two cul-de-sacs were combined and connected for drainage reasons
they extended the road on through. This change resulted in 102 lots for
Parcel 7. Mr. Bohm promised to provide all the information that Les Mangus
has requested. Mr. Bohm has provided a preliminary utility layout map
Heath had concerns about sidewalks in
this area. Mr. Bohm stated the PUD approved in November of 2000 indicates a
5' sidewalk is needed on both sides of Minneha Street and along one side of
each side of each street having a 64' street right of way. There is some
sidewalk around the reserve area that is also indicated in the PUD and Mr.
Bohm stated they would meet the requirements of the PUD. There was general
discussion about street names.
Mangus stated he has received letters from South Western Bell and Westar
Energy who both reportedly need additional easements and that they have
forwarded these requests to Chris Bohm.
was general discussion about Yorktown Road and whether the cost of completing
it would be borne entirely by the other developer on the other side of the
hedgerow. Les Mangus said that it would be, just as all of Minneha was paid
for in this development.
was general discussion about the utilities in the back of the lots that back
up to that hedgerow on Block 4. Chris Bohm stated there is a 50' drainage
& utility easement to preserve the hedgerows, which is one of the
requirements of the PUD to keep in tact the hedgerows except for at street
crossings. Les Mangus said probably electric and cable TV would be in the
back easement. Chris Bohm stated that on the hedgerow lots the sewer would
be frontloaded, and provide for a utility easement along the front. Except
for on the lots with 150' depth in which case the owner would have the option
of the placement for the sewer.
Coon asked if there was to be a berm built along the north boundary. Les
Mangus stated there is a 130' building setback proposed on the parcel to the
north with the PUD. Mr. Mangus further stated that the commercial developer
is responsible for the screening.
Heath asked if there would be any
access off of Sierra to Reserve Area E. Chris Bohm stated there is no formal
access for to pedestrians platted along that area. Les Mangus stated the way
it lines up, the 8' that runs through the reserve will be on the west side of
the lake to line up with the first phase of commercial to the north. The
first phase of the commercial stops shy of the floodplain and they were
required to put a sidewalk in from Cloud Ave. to the south boundary of their
property. Les Mangus stated it had to be built before the next phase of
housing and that this is the last phase of residential, so it will have to go
in now. Everything to the west of the plat submitted tonight has already been
developed. Les Mangus said that the entire sidewalk is in Reserve E and
connects to the commercial to the north of it. Chris Bohm read from the
original development plan (Item 7 under General Provisions) which stated that
the sidewalk through Reserves G & E from Cloud Ave. and terminates at Minneha Ave.
Bohm stated that Reserve F will be a
detention pond and the triangle area will be greenspace. Lynn Heath was concerned about which side of Reflection Lake Street the sidewalk would be on.
Les Mangus confirmed the sidewalk would be built along the north side.
Mangus stated that Reserve G is between Phase 1 and Phase 2 & 3 of the
commercial. The existing lake is in Reserves E & G.
McEachern stated he would like to see a walkway to connect and run down
Reserve F from Minneha to the property line at the shopping center. Les
Mangus stated that area is all private property and that this issue has
already been to district court. Cloud City Preliminary PUD in Lakeview Heights in-between lots 8 & 9 there is a 20' drainage easement.
Zinn stated that it is all community
property in Lakeview Heights on each side of the lakes and there is a
drainage easement that goes down the middle and the outside areas of the
lakes are all easement areas as far as a park areas for citizens that live in
that area. The drainage that comes down there from the north goes between
lots 8 & 9 and there is a 20' easement for the drainage. Les Mangus asked
Chris Bohm if Reserve F was a part of Reflection Lake at Cloud City First
was general discussion about the development of Yorktown Street.
was general discussion about the Planning Commission setting standards for
Mangus read General Provision number 12, which states "the improvements
required will be determined during the approval of each final PUD for each
phase of the overall development. Upon the occupancy of 51% of the overall
residential lots and the release of the homeowners association to care of the
occupants, the developer shall install 3 picnic tables, 3 benches, in Reserve
E and release the said reserves to the care of the homeowners
association". The sidewalk is noted in Provision 7 " A 5' sidewalk
shall be provided on both sides of Minneha and on one side of each street
having a 64' right-of-way. An 8' sidewalk shall be provided on the west side
of Yorktown on one side of Cloud Avenue and through Reserves E & G
connecting Minneha Ave. to Cloud Avenue".
Heath made a motion to concur
with the revisions proposed on this Preliminary PUD with the noted changes of
the names of the following streets: to continue Reflection Lake Road to
Yorktown, and Hedgewood will replace Sunrise and Sunrise Ct. Then to include
the Staff comments A-5, B-2, C-4, C-7, D-2, D-3. Charles Malcom seconded the
motion. Motion carried 7-0.
was clarification as to Sunrise Ct. being re-named, as Hedgewood Ct. There
was general discussion about lot size
in this PUD. Les Mangus stated he requested minimum
and average lot sizes are to be noted on the plat. Chris Bohm stated they met
the requirements of the original PUD, which is 7,800 minimum square foot
lots. He stated there are larger lots in the multi-family area and along the