April 2018 Planning Minutes
Planning Commission Minutes
Monday, April 2, 2018
6:00 PM at City Hall
The Commission reserves the right to reprioritize its consideration of the items on the agenda.
Commissioners present: Brenda Reynolds, Bill Yoes, Charlotte Carnes, Lee Guthrie, Paula Schoonover. Called meeting to order at 6:00 p.m.
1. Public Hearing: Katherine & Jeremy Rogers, Conditional Use Application
Run non-profit horse therapy for children. “Facilities” refers to porta-potty and small
fenced in area. Subject to conditions Mrs. Rogers pave the handicap parking, and
provide paved access to toilet and riding area. If they expand in the future, they would need to work with city engineer to determine what needs to be done. Public comment was a question about future development re: fencing. Per code, sight fencing is all that is required.
2. Public Hearing: Susan McGowan, lot line adjustment on N. Cato Springs Road
Changing up configuration of 30 acres on the property that is being purchased by the
Rogers. This is to satisfy Highway Dept. requirements for easement. Certified mail
receipts in order. No public comments.
3. Public Hearing: Lot Split, 136 Lillie Lane, Greenland, AR
Tim West with Atlas Professional Survey. The signs were posted for public meeting. No utility issues; setbacks no issue. No public comments. Two lots: five acres and 33.91 acres.
Closed public hearing at 6:30 and moved to regular items.
Motion made by Commissioner Yoes, 2nd by Commissioner Carnes to approve Conditional Use Application. Pass 5-0.
Motion made by Commissioner Guthrie, 2nd by Commissioner Yoes to approve lot line adjustment on N. Cato Springs. Pass 5-0.
Motion made by Commissioner Carnes, 2nd by Commissioner Schoomover to approve lot split on Lillie Lane. Pass 5-0.
4. Alice Ross, 201 N. Letitia, Fayetteville, AR: present info about a variance for driveway. Tabled because of a no show.
5. Agenda Items At last meeting, PC discussed agenda items and made the determination that if an item
needs action, it would have to comply with code, which is a 20-day window. If it was just for informational purposes, they need to be on agenda 7 days prior to meeting. At council meeting PC chair was questioned why the 7-day window. This allows flexibility for residents to be able to come and get information from the PC.
After discussion, Commission determined to get on agenda, residents need to have the information into the city the Friday prior to the Monday that the Secretary puts out the agenda. That is a 10-day window for non-commission action to be into Tammy at the city office for inclusion in the agenda.
Motion made to read the minutes by Commissioner Schoomover, 2nd by Commissioner Carnes. Pass 5-0.
Motion to approve minutes by Commissioner Carnes, 2nd by Commissioner Yoes. Pass 5-0.
Adjourn: 7:00 p.m.