Planners to study Mitchell sign rulesThree members of the city Planning and Zoning Commission will work with City Planner Neil Putnam to study city sign regulations.
By: Tom Lawrence, The Daily Republic
Three members of the city Planning and Zoning Commission will work with City Planner Neil Putnam to study city sign regulations.
The planners named Jay Larson, the chairman of the commission, Bernie Schmucker and Larry Griffith to study the current rules and decide what changes or modifications are needed. The commission met at noon Monday at City Hall.
Putnam said the issue came to the attention of the commissioners recently and they decided to study the rules. The city is currently revising its zoning code as well, which has received approval from the planners and the initial OK from the City Council.
In other business, the commission:
• Recommended approval of the application of Kayla Gruenstein for a conditional use permit to operate a child care center in her home at 912 E. Second Ave. It will now go to the City Council on Aug. 6 for final approval.
• Recommended approval of a plat of lot 2-A, a subdivision of lot 2 in Skyline Estates. It will now go to the City Council on Aug. 6 for final approval.
• Approved new bins at Agronomy Plus, 2500 W. Havens Ave.
• Approved a “facelift and new design,” according to Putnam, at Burger King, 1617 N. Main St.
• Approved an addition at American Garage Door, 100 N. Sanborn Blvd.