Mitchell Planning Commission has full plate for TuesdayThe planners have 11 items on the agenda, including three requests for variances, three plats to review, two rezoning requests and one rezoning discussion, a request for a conditional use permit, and a discussion of the sign ordinance.
By: Staff reports, The Daily Republic
The Mitchell Planning and Zoning Commission faces a packed agenda at its meeting Tuesday.
The planners, who meet at noon Tuesday at City Hall Council Chambers, have 11 items on the agenda, including three requests for variances, three plats to review, two rezoning requests and one rezoning discussion, a request for a conditional use permit, and a discussion of the sign ordinance.
The meeting was moved from its regular Monday schedule because of the observance of Veterans Day.
The commission will:
• Hold a hearing on the application of Sheena Vawser for a conditional use permit to operate a child care center in her home at 211 W. Douglas Ave.
• Consider a rezoning request from the Kay and Boyd Revocable Living Trust to rezone 828 W. Second Ave. The trust seeks to rezone the property from R2, single family residential district, to R4, high density residential district, and also want to move a building from 112 N. Rowley St. to the Second Avenue address.
• Consider a rezoning request from Doug Kranz, who wants to alter the zoning of the north 1,000 feet of Lot 8, except for the east 14 feet in the northwest quarter, and H2 of Section 33-103-60. It is now zoned UD, urban development, and he wants it zoned HB, highway oriented business district.
• Hold a hearing on the application of Jason Carpenter for a back yard variance of 14 feet instead of 30 feet for a garage addition at 1709 Bridle Drive.
• Hold a hearing on the application of Margaret Bollack for a front yard variance of 22 feet instead of the mandated 30 feet for a garage extension at 1215 W. Fifth Ave.
• Hold a hearing on the application of Lois Swenson for a front yard variance of 18.5 feet instead of the required 30 feet to install a carport at 720 W. Sixth Ave.
• Consider the plat of Tract 1 of Rice’s Addition.
• Consider the plats of Lots 1 and 2, Block 4, and Lots 1 and 2, Block 5, of the Westwood First Addition.
• Consider the plat of Block 10 of Fullerton Properties First Addition, a subdivision of a portion of the previously platted Lots 8 and 9, Block 10, of the addition.
• Discuss rezoning the north 800 feet of the east half of L6, and the north 800 feet of L 4 and 5, except for Lots A and B, all in the northwest quarter of 33-103-60. Steve Schladweiler wants to change it from UD, urban development, to HB, highway oriented business district.
• Review the city sign ordinance.