Z-2001-3 Returned by the City Council for
clarification of the motion for approval of the Green Valley Apartments to
reflect the wording of the application.
Les Magnus explained that there
were two applications, one application said that they were requesting to
change from B-4 zoning to R-4 zoning and then a few days later they amended
their application to read that the R-4 multi-family uses would be inserted in
the existing B-4 zoning P.U.D.
Joe Robertson arrived at 7:10
There was general discussion
regarding the basis for the vote of the October Public Hearing.
Quentin Coon surveyed all the
members present about their understanding of the applicant’s request. The
consensus was that the request was to go from B-4 zoning to R-4 zoning.
David Martine said he would
abstain from voting because he was not on the Planning Commission when the
case was heard.
Les Mangus gave the
Commission a copy of the attachment to the amended application, which
explains the applicant’s agreement to use either B-4 zoning or R-4 zoning
with no intermingling of business and multiple-family residential uses.
Quentin Coon asked the
Commission, if we want to set a precedence of putting R-4 zoning in the B-4
Les Mangus told the committee
that back in 1995 there was an amendment that changed this parcel to B-4
zoning and it added other uses that are not normally in a B-4 zone. There
are several uses from the B-5 highway business district and also multi-family
dwelling units for the elderly.
Motion was made by Lynn Heath that the Planning
Commission concurs with the draft of ordinance 1151 for Case No. Z-2001-03 on
the additional use for the B-4 Central Business District of R-4
Multiple-Family Residential District and the B-4 Central Business District
with the restriction that was on the application supplied by the applicant to
restrict Parcel 16 so that it will be either all R-4 zoning or all B-4 zoning
and not mixed. Ron Roberts seconded the motion. Motion carried 5-0 with
Dave Martine abstaining.