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Minutes Golf 11-8-06MINUTES MCCALL GOLF COURSE ADVISORY COMMITTEE NOVEMBER 8, 2006 The November meeting of the GAC was convened at 5:35 PM on November 8, 2006 in the Golf Club House. Attendees: Bob Giles, Chairman; Hank McCauley, VC/Sec.; Roger Snodgrass; Lynn Edwards; Allan Morrison, Golf Professional; Eric McCormick, Superintendent. The Minutes of the October meeting were approved. STAFF REPORTS: The Head Professional reported that the tournament schedule recommended by the Committee last month was submitted to the IGA with the following exceptions: 1. The Two -Man Best Ball tournament cannot be moved due to conflicts with several other well established events. 2. The Senior Pro -Am was submitted for June instead of September in an attempt to increase participation. Also, it was requested that both days of the Senior and regular Pro -Am events be played at the McCall Course. The Superintendent reported: 1, Several trees were transplanted to an area near #7 Cedar green. 2. Sprinkler controls have required relocation on the Cedar course due to construction. 3. A new maintenance staff member has been hired to assume the duties of irrigation/supervisor. 4. The City Council approved the Mayor's nominees to the GAC at the last Council meeting. 5. The City Council plans to fund a Course Advisory Tour by the district representative. This tour will be conducted in the Spring. 6. Work on the approach to #5 Aspen green will start soon, weather permitting. 7. The City is looking for participation by the GAC in the Comprehensive Plan development process. The VC stated that he planned to attend the meeting on Nov. 14. The Supt. was asked to find out if the Chair of the CAC was invited to the Steering Committee meetings and, if so, when the next one was scheduled. The Committee consensus was that the Golf Course Five Year Plan, currently under development, may be a useful tool in this process. 8. The City is considering options to provide the Supt. with suitable office space. 9. The City Council is scheduled to consider the Council's revised Mission Statement at the Nov. 9, 2006 meeting. OLD BUSINESS The Secretary requested that members use the "reply all" function when voting on approval of the minutes. This will allow all members to review recommended changes. NEW BUSINESS Review of the Head Professional's contract was tabled until the December meeting to give all members the opportunity to review the current contract. The contract will be available next week in the Superintendent's office. The meeting was adjourned at 6:35 PM. McCall Public Library Board of Trustees Meeting 19 October 2006 I. Call to Order: 4:10 pm II. Attendance: Anne Kantola, Robyn Armstrong, Diane DeChambeau, Susie Reddick, Lynn Lewinski, Ed Hershberger III. Minutes: Amended to delete a phrase about Diane and Lynn writing a report about our insurance situation. New minutes approved and signed. IV. Staff Report: Mary Jane is on a two -week vacation to San Diego, so we're temporarily short-staffed. Next week, Sue Rost will work; Anne is covering the Saturday shift. Robyn proposed that we increase Saturday hours as our staffing and budget increase. We'II put this on our November agenda and try to come up with a plan. Regarding the Adult Services Position, two highly qualified women have applied, although no one has applied for the clerk's position. V. Friends Report: The main focus is preparing for the Festival of Trees. VI. City Comp Plan Update: Susie reported about the broad scope of the plan and hopes that group members will ensure the execution of the plan. VII. Budget and Stats: Anne has our annual stats but the end -of -year reports aren't ready yet. However, our stats indicate that over 36,000 visits were made to the library in the past year. VIII. Old Business a. A, B, and C: Postponed to next month. b. Lili: Anne mentioned that she's pleased with the service. c. Gates Computers: Anne has been told that the computer has been ordered (and it must be by November 30th). The surge protectors are already here. d. Roof, Statue, and New Door: The roof is fixed! The statue is a delight: we spent a few minutes writing and signing thank -you cards. The first bid on the front door is for $5000. Anne will seek at least one more bid. IX. New Business a. Star News Wish List: We agreed upon a new vacuum cleaner and a diaper changing table for our restroom. Lynn will talk to Carol Coyle about the potential for grants or other funding sources for new shelving, a huge expense. b. Board Nominations and Elections: Diane's position has not yet been advertised. She will stay with us in the meantime! A motion was made to continue with the status quo of Board officers. The motion passed, so Robyn will continue as Board chairperson, Ed will be vice -chairperson, and Susie will continue as secretary. c. Additions: Bill Robertson has recommended the library's Spanish Outreach Program for the Idaho Job Well Done Award. Also, Anne will soon be updating our Patron Data Base via a new form asking patrons for email addresses and for video/Internet use approval for minors. She is currently researching possible formats for our new library cards. X. Adjournment: 5:20 pm. Next meeting: Wednesday, November 8th at 4:00 pm. ifeCTL, MCCALL AREA PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION Meeting Minutes September 12, 2006 CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL The meeting was called to order at 6:00 p.m. Chairman Bob Youde, Commissioners Jeff Schoedler, PhD Feinberg, Kim Apperson were present. Commissioners Shane Jeffries and Sarah Jessup were absent. A quorum was present. REVIEW & APPROVAL OF MINUTES - July 11, 2006 - August 15, 2006 Commissioner Schoedler made a motion to approve the minutes of July 11, 2006 & August 15, 2006 as read. Commissioner Apperson seconded the motion. The motion was approved. OLD BUSINESS SUB-05-6 Aspen Ridge Subdivision Phase 3 Dan Fulkerson representing Mr. Whitman: Landscaping plans and the community center plans will be presented as required in SUB-05-6 conditions of approval for the Commissions review. NOT A PUBLIC HEARING. Michelle Groenevelt indicated that there was no formal staff report; this is a condition of approval as part of a former subdivision application. Applicant will be presenting their landscape plan and their community center plan_ Dan Fulkerson, representing Mr. Whitman, stated Kevin Grove with High Mountain Nursery will be doing the landscaping. Mr. Fulkerson went on to describe the landscape plan, indicating there will be substantial berming, approximately 4-6 feet high, and will include boulders. Mr. Fulkerson stated they plan to spend $175,000 — $200,000 on landscaping. He added the landscaping will be sprinkled, and there will be many different types of trees, especially in the area down by the picnic tables. He addressed the issue of snow removal and snow storage, and stated they could not plant along the roadways because of snow removal. Snow storage will be addressed on each individual lot during final plat application and will be a design issue addressed by architect Andy Laidlaw. Chariman Youde asked when Mr. Fulkerson thought they would apply for final plat. Mr. Fulkerson stated he thought they may file for application towards the end of this month, and the paving should be completed the middle to the end of October. Michelle Groenevelt reminded Chairman Youde that the Commission had previously approved a 6 month extension for Phase 3. Mr. Fulkerson stated they will re-route the ditch and incorporate it into a new water feature, and that this project has been approved by the DEQ. MCCALL AREA PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION PAGE 1 PRINTED 9/8/06 Commissioner Schoedler made a motion to approve application SUB-05-. Commissioner Feinberg seconded the motion. The motion was approved. CUP-06-13 (requesting continuance to the October 3, 2006 meeting) Colorado Street Apartments 415 N. 3rd Street Mark Saunders representing LAXMI Corporation: The applicant is proposing to construct a 24 apartments in four buildings located on the eastern portion of the Best Western Hotel parcel. The property is more particularly described as: McCall Acreage Tax #251 in the SE Quarter of the SW Quarter Section 9, Township 18N, Range 3E, McCall, Idaho. A PUBLIC HEARING. Hearing no objections, Chairman Youde continued CUP-06-13 until October 3, 2006. SR-06-4 (requesting continuance to the October 3, 2006 meeting) Colorado Street Apartments 415 N. 3'd Street Mark Saunders representing LAXMI Corporation: The applicant is proposing to construct a 24 apartments in four buildings located on the eastern portion of the Best Western Hotel parcel. The property is more particularly described as: McCall Acreage Tax #251 in the SE Quarter of the SW Quarter Section 9, Township 18N, Range 3E, McCall, Idaho. A PUBLIC HEARING. Hearing no objections, Chairman Youde continued SR-06-04 until October 3, 2006. DR-06-1 (requesting continuance to the October 3, 2006 meeting) Colorado Street Apartments 415 N. 3rd Street Mark Saunders representing LAXMI Corporation: The applicant is proposing to construct a 24 apartments in four buildings located on the eastern portion of the Best Western Hotel parcel. The property is more particularly described as: McCall Acreage Tax #251 in the SE Quarter of the SW Quarter Section 9, Township 18N, Range 3E,B.M., McCall, Idaho. A PUBLIC HEARING. Hearing no objections, Chairman Youde continued DR-06-01 until October 3, 2006. DR-06-18 (requesting continuance to the October 3, 2006 meeting) Common Ground Cafe 303 Colorado Street Pam and Brian Thomas: A request for design review approval to expand Common Ground Cafe by replacing the garage with a new structure to add restaurant facilities and an indoor stage. The property is more particularly described as: McCall Acreage Tax 235 in the SE'/4 of the SW'/ of Section 9, T. 18N., R. 3E, McCall, Valley County, Idaho. A PUBLIC HEARING. Hearing no objections, Chairman Youde continued DR-06-18 until October 3, 2006. SUB-06-5 (requesting continuance to the October 3, 2006 meeting) Cross Bar Condominiums McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission September 12, 2006 Revised Agenda Page 2 Corner of Rio Vista Blvd. & Boydstun St. Clayn Snoderegger representing Cross Bar LLC: An application for preliminary plat to construct a mixed use development consisting of 8 buildings. Each proposed building will contain 2 retail spaces on the ground floor and 6 condominium units. A PUBLIC HEARING. Hearing no objections, Chairman Youde continued SUB-06-5 until October 3, 2006. PUD-06-1 (requesting continuance to the October 3, 2006 meeting) Cross Bar Condominiums Corner of Rio Vista Blvd. & Boydstun St. Clayn Snoderegger representing Cross Bar LLC: An application for general plan, to construct a mixed use development consisting of 8 buildings. Each proposed building will contain 2 retail spaces on the ground floor and 6 condominium units. A PUBLIC HEARING. Hearing no objections, Chairman Youde continued PUD-06-1 until October 3, 2006. DR-06-14 (requesting continuance to the October 3, 2006 meeting) Cross Bar Condominiums Corner of Rio Vista Blvd. & Boydstun St. Clayn Snoderegger representing Cross Bar LLC: An application for design review to construct a mixed use development consisting of 8 buildings. Each proposed building will contain 2 retail spaces on the ground floor and 6 condominium units. A PUBLIC HEARING. Hearing no objections, Chairman Youde continued DR-06-14 until October 3, 2006. SUB-06-7 Alpine Village 616 N. 3id Street The applications were submitted for preliminary plat, preliminary plan, conditional use permit, rezone, scenic route and design review approval to construct a mixed use project containing 4 buildings centered around a pedestrian mall on 4.9 acres. The pedestrian mall will connect 3rd Street and Railroad Avenue. The proposed buildings contain 96 condominiums and approximately 31,000 sq. ft. of commercial space. On the August 1, 2006 meeting, the Commission continued the applications for SUB-06- 7, PUD-06-3, CUP-06-17, ZON-06-1, SR-06-12, DR-06-20, Alpine Village, to the September 12 meeting to allow the applicant to submit additional requested materials and allow the agencies to further review the applications. The applicant has submitted the requested additional materials. A PUBLIC HEARING. The McCall Area Comprehensive Plan Future Land Use Map identifies the subject property as 'Central Business District.' It is adjacent to 'Central Business District,' 'Commercial' and 'Medium Density Residential' future land uses. The project is proposed to be served by City water and sewer. Access to the overall site is proposed via one access on 3rd Street (Highway 55), one access on Washington Street, and one access on Railroad Avenue. The access point on 3rd Street will include a drop off area to the site in addition to access to a parking lot. McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission September 12, 2008 Revised Agenda Page 3 The snow removal for all open space including the plaza shall be the responsibility of the Homeowner's Association. The snow removal plan is to plow and truck the snow to an offsite location. This commitment will be identified in the development agreement. PUD-06-3 Alpine Village 616 N. 3rd Street The applications were submitted for preliminary plat, preliminary plan, conditional use permit, rezone, scenic route and design review approval to construct a mixed use project containing 4 buildings centered around a pedestrian mall on 4.9 acres. The pedestrian mall will connect 3rd Street and Railroad Avenue. The proposed buildings contain 96 condominiums and approximately 31,000 sq. ft. of commercial space. A PUBLIC HEARING. A PUD application is required for projects greater than 2 areas in the CC zone. The PUD application is requesting a parking reduction of 282 required spaces to the proposed 257. The PUD also requests that deviations from the setbacks to modify the 20 foot setback requirement of MCC 3.10.08 C that "no common parking or maneuvering areas shall be within 20 feet of the boundary of the PUD, except where the PUD is designed to be connected and integrating with an adjoining development." The applicant is proposing to provide extensive screening to mitigate the impacts of the adjacent residential property. CUP-06-17 Alpine Village 616 N. 3rd Street The applications were submitted for preliminary plat, preliminary plan, conditional use permit, rezone, scenic route and design review approval to construct a mixed use project containing 4 buildings centered around a pedestrian mall on 4.9 acres. The pedestrian mall will connect 3rd Street and Railroad Avenue. The proposed buildings contain 96 condominiums and approximately 31,000 sq. ft. of commercial space. A PUBLIC HEARING. The CUP is required to exceed the 35 foot height limit for building 2 and building 4 and allow outdoor and/or sidewalk eating and seating provisions. ZON-06-1 Alpine Village 616 N. 3rd Street The applications were submitted for preliminary plat, preliminary plan, conditional use permit, rezone, scenic route and design review approval to construct a mixed use project containing 4 buildings centered around a pedestrian mall on 4.9 acres. The pedestrian mall will connect 3rd Street and Railroad Avenue. The proposed buildings contain 96 condominiums and approximately 31,000 sq. ft. of commercial space. A PUBLIC HEARING. SR-06-12 Alpine Village McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission September 12, 2006 Revised Agenda Page 4 616 N. 3rd Street The applications were submitted for preliminary plat, preliminary plan, conditional use permit, rezone, scenic route and design review approval to construct a mixed use project containing 4 buildings centered around a pedestrian mall on 4.9 acres. The pedestrian mall will connect 3rd Street and Railroad Avenue. The proposed buildings contain 96 condominiums and approximately 31,000 sq. ft. of commercial space. A PUBLIC HEARING. DR-06-20 Alpine Village 616 N. 3'd Street The applications were submitted for preliminary plat, preliminary plan, conditional use permit, rezone, scenic route and design review approval to construct a mixed use project containing 4 buildings centered around a pedestrian mall on 4.9 acres. The pedestrian mall will connect 3rd Street and Railroad Avenue. The proposed buildings contain 96 condominiums and approximately 31,000 sq. ft. of commercial space. A PUBLIC HEARING. Chairman Youde made the request to address all six of the above applications simultaneously, beginning with the staff report, the applicant's presentation, and then a combined public hearing. Michelle Groenevelt presented the staff report, stating that the applications came in on August 1, 2006 and that they were continued to allow the applicant extra time to resubmit some materials and to allow the staff time to review materials. Michelle stated that since the last submission, the application has changed slightly; the applicant is now proposing 97 market rate condominiums and 8 community housing units and approximately 31,000 square feet of commercial space. This change creates an additional 9,000 square feet in Building 3 that is above the 35 foot height limit. Michelle stated the PUD is required because the area is greater that 2 acres. Through the PUD process, the applicant is requesting a parking reduction from 282 required spaces to 257 spaces. The applicant is also requesting a set back deviation. Michelle stated that the Code requires 20 feet to the adjacent project. The applicant is proposing to provide extensive screening instead and would like to reduce the 20 foot set back area. Michelle continued, stating the CUP is required for the buildings exceeding 35 feet in height, and for outdoor and sidewalk seating provisions. Since August 1, the applicant has also submitted a proposal to meet the parks requirement. Their proposal states that the pedestrian plaza would be dedicated to public use, and their association would maintain the plaza, and that they would make a connection between the plaza and City Campus. Michelle continued, stating that the road access has not changed; there are 3 access points, from 3rd Street, Washington Street and Railroad Avenue. The snow removal plan is the same, and the applicant is proposing to truck the snow off site. These issues are all addressed in the development agreement. The applicant has resubmitted the Community Housing Plan. They are now proposing 8 community housing units on site in Phase I. In Phase II, they are proposing 5 off site units or 10 converted mobile home spaces, also off site. In Phase III, they are proposing 9 units off site or 10 converted mobile homes spaces which would be replaced with 14 McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission September 12, 2006 Revised Agenda Page 5 permanent units off site. All off site units would be completed no later than 2 years after the approval of Phase III of the final plat. In regards to Agency Reviews, Michelle stated that the Public Works had no issues. The City Engineer issued a review letter on July 31, 2006, and the applicant is working towards addressing these issues. The City Architect has issued his approval letter August 30, 2006 and he did not have any conditions. The Fire District is working with the developers and the State Fire Marshal. The City Arborist did not have any issues. The Housing Authority issued a letter on September 9, 2006, and the applicant will speak to the plan tonight. ITD's recommendation remained the same in regards to the left turning lane and getting approval from the State. Michelle stated there was only one public comment, and that was from David Burns. Michelle continued by giving the staff recommendations for each application. For preliminary plat for SUB-06-7, Alpine Village, staff recommends approval, subject to the following conditions: 1. Per the recommendation of the Transportation Impact Analysis, the applicant shall comply with the following: 1. Lower the vertical curve on Washington Street by approximately one foot or raise the drive -through exit approach to improve the sight distance. 2. Construct a left turn lane the length of the property frontage on 3rd Street. The applicant shall submit a project plan and permit application to ITD regarding Highway 55 improvement plans. 3. Sign the access driveway serving the drop off area on Washington Street so as to ensure vehicles do not exit from the east entrance. 4. Trim and maintain on -site shrubbery and landscaping and remove winter snow to ensure adequate sight distance for vehicles entering and exiting the site via the access driveways. 2. The applicant shall construct sidewalls, curb and gutters to City standard along the property frontage on 3rd Street, Washington Street and Railroad Avenue. 3. The applicant shall contribute to future improvements to Railroad Avenue. The commitment will be addressed in the development agreement. 4. Snow removal for all parking and open space including the plaza shall be the responsibility of the Homeowner's Association. The snow removal plan is to plow and truck the snow to an offsite location. This commitment will be addressed in the development agreement. 5. The applicant shall provide street lighting along 3rd Street and Washington Street consistent with the downtown lighting plan scheme. 6. The applicant shall provide long and short term bicycle parking spaces per MCC 3.8.063. 7. The applicant shall provide an enclosed, or a sight obscuring structure for all trash collection containers. The design shall be approved by the Alpine Village Design Review Committee. 8. The applicant shall prepare a more detailed landscaping plan using native or suitable plants with the submittal of the final plat application. McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission September 12, 2006 Revised Agenda Page 6 9. Maintenance of landscaping (including temporary irrigation) and furnishings in all public rights -of -way shall be the responsibility of the applicant. 10. The applicant is responsible for removal of noxious weeds, if present, on the property. 11. The applicant shall make a presentation to the Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee and obtain that committee's recommendation regarding providing a park on site or making an in -lieu contribution. The committee's recommendation will be incorporated into the development agreement. 12. The applicant shall obtain a letter from CH2M Hill recommending engineering approval of construction drawings, drainage and storm water plans, final plat and lighting plans before the City staff places the final plat application on the Planning and Zoning agenda for consideration. 13. The applicant shall submit a development agreement with the City pursuant to MCC 9.6.06 and the development agreement shall be in the final form before the City staff places the final plat application on the Planning and Zoning agenda for consideration. For general plan for PUD-06-3, Alpine Village, staff recommends approval, subject to the following conditions: 1. Per the recommendation of the Transportation Impact Analysis, the applicant shall comply with the following 1. Lower the vertical curve on Washington Street by approximately one foot or raise the drive -through exit approach to improve the sight distance. 2. The applicant shall construct a continuous left turn lane on Third Street from the north boundary of the property to Washington Street. The applicant shall submit a project plan and permit application to ITD regarding Highway 55 improvement plans. 3.Sign the access driveway serving the drop off area on Washington Street so as to ensure vehicles do not exit from the east entrance. 4. Trim and maintain on -site shrubbery and landscaping and remove winter snow to ensure adequate sight distance for vehicles entering and exiting the site via the access driveways. 2. The applicant shall construct sidewalls, curb and gutters to City standard on 3rd Street, Washington Street and Railroad Avenue. 3. The applicant shall provide a cross access easement for the property north and south along Third Street to allow for the future integration of parking and the consolidation of access along Third Street. 4. The applicant shall incorporate a transit shelter into the street furnishing plans for Third Street. For conditional use permit (CUP 06-17), Alpine Village, staff recommends approval, stating staff finds that the application meets all 12 requirements in the City Code. For rezone (ZON-06-1), Alpine Village, staff recommends approval. Michelle stated the Commission concludes that the proposed zoning designation is generally in conformance with the Future Land Use designations of the McCall Area Comprehensive Plan, and the Commission recommends that the City Council amend the zoning map to McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission September 12, 2006 Revised Agenda Page 7 change the R8-Medium Density Residential zoning to the CC -Community Commercial zone. For the scenic route application (SR-06-12), Alpine Village, staff recommends approval with the following condition: 1. The applicant shall provide a pedestrian connection between the pedestrian plaza and the existing railroad bike path. The commitment shall be specified in the development agreement. For design review (DR-06-20), Alpine Village, staff recommends approval with no conditions. Commissioner Feinberg asked what the difference between long term and short term bike storage, to which Michelle replied a short term storage is a bike rack, and long term storage refers to some type of enclosure. Commissioner Feinberg asked if there was currently any long term bike storage in McCall, and Michelle stated no, she did not think so, and that it is a new requirement with the new code. There was discussion surrounding the dedication of the park space, and how the applicant must get a recommendation from the Parks & Recreation committee. Mike Hormaechea with Alpine Village. Mr. Hormaechea provided new material to give site perspective and conceptual signage design for the project, adding they are prepared to address parking layout and organization, store front fagade character, streetscape colors and materials, as well as project signage. Mr. Hormaechea reviewed the new renderings with the Commissioners. Mr. Hormaechea stated the second major submittal is the revised community housing plan. He stated that after the first hearing, they had several work sessions with Michael David from the Housing Authority to address two key issues they thought was brought up by staff and Commissioners. The first item being a preference for more community housing on site, the second item being the ability to solidify the commitment that they would bring for the off site location. Mr. Hormaechea explained that the original plan had 92 market rate units, which resulted in a community housing requirement of 18.4 units, of which 4 were proposed on site, and 18 off site, potentially with the use of our existing mobile home park as intermediate community housing. The revised plan has 97 market rate units, which is a function of a partial addition of approximately 9,000 sq. ft. on the fourth floor on Building 3, and results in 19.4 community housing units. They are now proposing 8 of those units on site, and 14.2 off site units. Mr. Hormaechea explained that the project is three floors from the plaza level, but from Railroad Avenue, the building is four floors, and measures above 35 feet. He explained further that the percentage of the total building that is above 35 feet has gone from 8 to 11% with this recent revision. Mr. Hormaechea stated that the revised plan is asking for reduction of 25 parking spaces. Commissioner Feinberg asked what the justification was for the reduction in parking. Mr. Hormaechea replied they felt the reduction was warranted and remains practical because the project location is adjacent to a public transit route, and there are multiple users — commercial and residential — and those users will have an off set peak McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission September 12, 2006 Revised Agenda Page 8 demand time, and the projects location to other downtown users makes this a viable parking plan. Commissioner Feinberg asked what the staff recommendation was regarding parking, to which Michelle replied that staff had not made a recommendation yet. Chairman Youde questioned the options for the project, if the 282 parking spaces were required. Michelle explained that they could either do a shared parking agreement with surrounding land owners, or they could buy parking spaces from the City at $20,000 per space. Mr. Hormaechea addressed the concern that was voiced about not having an off site location for community housing identified and under their control at this time. He stated that prior to the City hearing their Phase 3 final plat application, they would have to provide confirmation of an off site location under their control and appropriately dedicated for the use of developing their off site requirement of community housing. Commissioner Schoedler asked how many units were going to be built in Phases 1 and 2. Mr. Hormaechea replied that there would be 60 units total in the first two Phases. Mr. Hormaechea stated that providing more than 8 units on site was impractical due to financial limitations. They estimate that the cost to produce a typical on site unit will be between $250,000 and $300,000, and they will be restricted to selling that unit for approximately $150,000, so they can expect a $100,000 to $150,000 loss per unit. Mr. Hormaechea stated he believed that they could produce quality off site housing units for less of a loss. The reason for that is because this project has some very expensive components, specifically underground parking. Mr. Hormaechea stated he was done with his presentation, and that he would be happy to answer any questions, and that there were many members of the team to help answer questions. Commissioner Apperson asked about the park space, and asked whether this park space would be subject to the same City park activities and regulations. Mr. Hormaechea replied that yes, the proposal was that the plaza space through the CC&R platting will be designated as a public open space, and that through coordination with the Property Owners Association, the space could be available for a number of public functions, including special concert events, and events related to Winter Carnival and different holidays. Chairman Youde commented on the novelty of a park space in a commercial center and that it does raise issues of assurance of community access, and the ability to come and sit in the plaza without having to buy something, and that it raises policing and safety issues, and it raises questions about maintenance costs, and whose responsibility that becomes. Commissioner Apperson questioned the idea of reducing parking spaces while at the same time providing a public park space. Commissioner Feinberg asked about benches and public seating, and questioned whether that was something to work out with the Parks & Recreation department via a development agreement. McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission September 12, 2006 Revised Agenda Page 9 Michelle explained that the applicant would make a formal presentation to the Parks & Recreation Advisory Committee and that would include any amenities. The Committee would make recommendations to the applicant. Commissioner Feinberg asked about public restrooms, and whether there were any provided in this public space. Mr. Hormaechea replied that there were no public restrooms designated in the current site plan. Commissioner Feinberg stated he felt that public restrooms should be provided. Commissioner Youde asked why a larger percentage of the project is going above 50 feet, but there is not more community housing on site. Commissioner Apperson asked about the amount of open space the project provided, and asked if it included courtyards, walkways, etc. There was much discussion about open space and how the city code defines it. There was discussion in regards to Railroad Ave and related right of ways. Commissioner Apperson addressed the setback reduction request, asking if any neighbors had voiced any concern or opposition. Mr. Hormaechea replied that they had a neighborhood meeting and at that time there were no objections that he was aware of. Mr. Hormaechea stated there is an ongoing discussion and negotiation with the owners of the Burger Den concerning the correlation between the two parking lots. Commissioner Youde asked to hear about from community housing director Michael David, and hear his opinions on the community housing proposal. Mr. David referenced his letter to the Commissioners, and emphasized that VARHA's responsibility was to make sure that the units being created meet the standards, minimum specs, and square footage requirements, livability and that they are well integrated into the development. Mr. David stated he would prefer all the units' onsite, but he realized that that is not always economically feasible, and the Commissioners should consider making some concessions. He stated that off site units are not necessarily a bad thing. Commissioner Youde asked about the mobile home option and Mr. David stated that on a permanent basis, the housing authority could not stand behind mobile homes, but he felt that the mobile home option was fine for the short term. Commissioner Youde commented that the final plat application is years down the road, and that the "promise" of off site units makes him nervous. There was discussion about quality of community housing projects, and Mr. David commented that the units must be of a satisfactory quality, and that maintenance of the units must not become an issue later on. Chairman Youde expressed concern relating to parking spaces for the community housing units. Commissioner Apperson asked how the mobile home option factors into this development in regards to square footage and maintenance costs, etc. Mr. David expressed concern about displacement issues as the mobile homes get tumed into permanent homes. Commissioner Apperson brought up the reality that mobile homes depreciate, not appreciate, in value. Mr. David stated he envisioned mobile homes being rental units until the off site units are built, and that development agreements would be drafted to address ownership issues. Chairman Youde questioned Michelle about bonding provisions to secure the promise of community housing. Michelle stated that the bonding guarantee is actually included in the development agreement. McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission September 12, 2006 Revised Agenda Page 10 There was discussion about the community housing ordinance and what percentage of community housing units are actually required; whether it is 20% of the market rate units or 20% of the total units. Michelle stated that so far the City has required 20% of the market rate units. Chairman Youde thanked Mr. David and asked if he had any further comments, and he did not, so Chairman Youde opened the public hearing for all six applications. In support: Patti Slovcheck, 615 Floyd Street. Ms. Slovcheck stated she generally supports the project, but has concerns regarding traffic flow, and she stated a need for a turning lane for ingress. Ms. Slovcheck stated she is very concerned about the lack of traffic flow in the entire town. She stated the need for a public restroom. Regarding off site housing, she expressed concern about the CC&R's in the neighborhoods where the community housing units will be, and that those neighborhoods maintain their integrity. She is concerned about density in town, especially around her house. She feels there needs to be more housing provided on site. Jean Odmark, stated she is in support of this project. Ms. Odmark stated she is very opposed to 50 feet tall buildings in lake area, but she is so supportive of this project, that even though she owns a home nearby, she would support a 50 feet building as a part of this project. She stated this project is in good location and will be good for town. Ms. Odmark stated she supported the use of the mobile homes as part of the community housing requirement. In opposition: Bob Miller, speaking for Bryan Hill of Bryan's Burger Den. Mr. Miller stated he generally supports the project, but has some specific concerns. Mr. Miller states that the PUD has to integrate the project into the surrounding properties. Mr. Miller feels this project segregates his clients' property. He suggested the developer come back with new plans that are more integrative and that provide more cohesiveness with neighboring properties. Mr. Miller insisted that the Commissioners do not wave the set back requirement because it is needed for breathing room for his clients' property and as a visual corridor out to the street. Mr. Miller stated he has no problem with the height of the project or with the community housing issues. Mr. Miller would advise the Commission to be consistent and don't bend the rules for any one project. Mr. Miller stated they shouldn't vary the parking requirements, because parking is in short supply already. Diane Evans -Mack, 230 Buckcamp Lane, addressed the parking issue, and the lack of parking in town in general. Ms. Evans -Mack stated that the set backs should not be changed, because it sets a poor precedent. She stated she is not in favor of anything above 35 feet, but if they are going to consider a project taller than 35 feet, the trade offs should be worth it and so far she has heard that they are not. She stated there should not be any off site community housing, stating that if that is the price to pay to get to go up to 50 feet, the units should be on site or you are not meeting the objectives of infill development and decreasing sprawl. Ms. Evans -Mack stated the uncertainty of where the off site housing would even be located is a problem and shouldn't even be considered. She emphasized the need for community housing to be part of the project, integrated into the project, and on site with the project. She stated that the mobile home option is exclusionary and not what community housing is about. McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission September 12, 2006 Revised Agenda Page 11 Esther Mulnick, Brook Drive, stated that if the Commissioners let them use trailers and not provide the housing that they need to provide, it sets poor president. She stated this is a great project and if they are not required to fulfill the obligation for community housing, who will be. Susan Bechdal, 1401 Highway 55, stated she applauds the revision for including 8 on site units, but she is concerned about the balance of community housing. Ms. Bechdal asked the question that if economics can be a legitimate reason for making on site housing impractical, how will that priority ever be met? Ms. Bechdal commented that parking doesn't pay for itself, and the plaza won't pay for itself, and no one should expect community housing to pay for itself. But it is a commitment the developer makes to meet the needs of the ordinance, and she feels that 20% is a small commitment to make. Ms. Bechdal finished by stating that if community housing is going to be off site, it shouldn't include mobile homes. Curt Mack, 230 Buckcamp Lane, stated his feels they need to get the community housing commitment up front because this project will set the precedent. Mr. Mack stated that off site units, especially if they are mobile homes, is not going to be something the community will support. In regards to parking and traffic flows, Mr. Mack believes that the congestion in McCall is a real concern, and will be a greater concern in the future and they need to look at how this project will impact current traffic flows, and this is related to parking spaces and he urges the Commission not to reduce parking requirements. Mr. Mack stated he believed the set backs need to stay the same, especially because this will be a precedent setting project, and if it is a scenic route, then keep it a scenic route and have high standards. In regards to the 50 foot height limit— he is opposed to 50 foot buildings, but if this is going to be the first project to go to 50 feet, there had better be good reasons, and he doesn't think the reasons are there yet. No further public comment at this time. Applicant invited to respond. Steve Milleman, introduced himself, stating he represents the applicant. He thanked Michelle and staff for their hard work on these applications. Mr. Milleman commented on the increase of community housing relative to the increase in the mass of the building over 35 feet, stating there is less than a 40 % increase in the percentage of the mass of the building over 35 feet, and over 100% increase in the number of on site units. In regards to the park issue - this will be an urban park, and dedicated to public use. In regards to the question about maintenance, there will be a proposal in writing, stating that the city will have no maintenance responsibilities, and that the maintenance burden will fall onto the owners association. In addition, the developer would connect the plaza across Railroad Avenue, with the bike path, and with whatever ultimate City Campus develops. This will be part of the development agreement, which will have to be finalized before first final plat comes to the Commission. Mr. Milleman addressed the parking issue, stating that there is sufficient underground parking for residential, and in regards to sharing spaces, commercial and retail uses will have offseting hours of operation. Mr. Milleman stated the development agreement will resolve many of these issues before the first final plat is ever approved. In regards to economics as a factor in community housing, that is inevitable. Mr. Milleman emphasized that the mobile homes are temporary, and that more units will be provided than required by the ordinance. He feels that this community housing plan sets a good precedent. In regards to the issues with Mr. Hill, Mr. Milleman stated these are legal issues, and the Commission cannot solve these issues. He added that the CUP McCall Area Planning and Toning Commission September 12, 2006 Revised Agenda Page 12 conditions have been met in regards to the ordinance. In regards to the height limit, the issue has been resolved as a matter of law at this point, and it is allowed in this zone according to the ordinance and they would like to move forward. Chairman Youde expressed his concern about making a decision tonight due to issues related to parking, the park/plaza, setbacks, community housing and the timing issue, as well as other issues, and he recommended holding off on a decision until the October meeting. Chairman Youde also expressed his desire to have all six members of the P&Z present. Commissioner Feinberg asked about turning lanes, and there was discussion concerning a center turn lane and what the ITD requirements are. Mr. Hormachea stated their traffic impact study recommended a center turn lane on Third Street for the length of the project, and that has been incorporated as a recommended condition of approval, and the developer will bear the expense of the turn lane. Commissioner Feinberg recommended opening up the area around Bryan's Burger Den, as opposed to pushing the landscaping right up to the restaurant. Commissioner Apperson commented on parking, and asked how the number of spaces required is determined. She commented that is desirable for the developer to have underground parking, as it frees up space for retail and more profitable development, and it isn't a concession for the developer. Commissioner Apperson also stated she has concerns regarding community housing. Commissioner Schoedler stated he does not have an issue with parking; he feels there are adequate spaces. He has concerns about the inclusionary housing issue. Chairman Youde moves to continue these projects until October 3, 2006, and proposed a five minute break. SR-06-14 Americlnn Hotel 3rd Street Application for scenic route approval to construct a three-story, 66 unit hotel with an indoor pool. The applications were presented at the August 1, 2006 P&Z meeting and the application were continued to allow the applicant to revise and resubmit the elevations, landscaping/parking, and sign plan. All the requested materials were submitted. A PUBLIC HEARING. The McCall Area Comprehensive Plan Future Land Use Map identifies the subject property as 'Commercial' and is adjacent to 'Commercial' and 'Industrial' future land uses. The sign plan needs to be submitted to determine if the area and design are consistent with the McCall City Code and McCall Design Guidelines. The site plan show 2 access points onto S. 3`d Street (Highway 55). Both driveways are shared with the adjacent land owners. A preliminary engineering review letter was issued on July 31, 2006. The applicant has been working with the City Engineering to obtain the final engineering approval letter. McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission September 12, 2006 Revised Agenda Page 13 Chairman Youde asked for the staff review and recommendation from Michelle Groenevelt. Michelle stated that the application was continued so that the applicant could revise and resubmit the elevation of the building, the landscape and parking plan and the sign plan. All the requested materials have been submitted and the only outstanding issue is the sign plan, and the applicant has been working with John Larson, the person in charge of Design Review, and they are willing to work with staff to come to a compromise with staff. The design review application (DR-06-19) is recommended for approval with the condition that the sign plan is resubmitted to meet the area requirements and incorporate materials that are more similar to the building facade, according to the comments in the review by John Larson dated August 30, 2006. The applicant shall obtain a final approval letter from the McCall Fire District addressing access, water supply and life safety. The sprinkler plans are a deferred submittal to the State Fire Marshall. ITD- The applicant has permits for both access points on Highway 55. Michelle Groenevelt stated there has been no public comment, and staff is recommending approval of SR-06-14, the Americlnn, subject to the following conditions: 1. Maintenance of all landscaping (including temporary irrigation) and furnishings in all public rights -of -way shall be the responsibility of the applicant. 2. The applicant shall obtain a letter from CH2M Hill recommending engineering approval of construction drawings, drainage and storm water plans, and lighting plans before the City of McCall issues a building permit. 3. The applicant shall obtain a final approval letter from the McCall Fire District addressing access, water supply and life safety. 4. The applicant shall provide an enclosed, or a sight obscuring structure for all trash collection containers. The design shall be approved by City staff. 5. The applicant is responsible for removal of noxious weeds, if present, on the property. DR-06-19 Americlnn Hotel 3rd Street Application for design route approval to construct a three-story, 66 unit hotel with an indoor pool. The applications were presented at the August 1 P&Z meeting and the application were continued to allow the applicant to revise and resubmit the elevations, landscaping/parking, and sign plan. All the requested materials were submitted. A PUBLIC HEARING. Staff also recommends approval of DR-06-19 with the condition of resubmitting the sign plan to meet the staffs approval. McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission September 12, 2006 Revised Agenda Page 14 Commissioner Schoedler asked if the applicant had resubmitted the sign, and Michelle replied that they had resubmitted the sign, but there were still some issues, stating the sign was too tall, and the area was too large. Chairman Youde requested hearing the proposal from the applicant. Brad Bauer, owner of the Americlnn, stated that since the last meeting they have addressed some of the concerns the esthetics of the building, especially the south wall. They have also redesigned the sign, and made it much less imposing and cut the size down considerably. Mr. Bauer added that signage is very important to his business and he feels he has a disadvantage compared to his competitors, whose signs are larger. Commissioner Feinberg questioned what material was used to create sign. The applicant replied that the lettering is illuminated, and the sign is backlit. Michelle Groenevelt stated that this type of sign is allowed by the current city code. Chairman Youde questioned who the applicant shares driveways with. Mr. Bauer stated they have agreements with two separate property owners. Mr. Bauer stated that Paul Pittenger owns the property to the south, and the shared ingress/egress is an existing drive and the property line splits that driveway. The other property owner is Rob Collins, and they have an agreement to share that ingress/egress, which was approved by the ITD, and both are recorded easements. Chairman Youde brought up the issue of the sign again. Michelle stated the proposed sign is allowed, but if the Commission has a comment or recommendation regarding the backlit sign, now is the time. There was discussion about the materials used. Commissioner Feinberg stated he felt that a top lit sign would be more appealing, and Commissioner Apperson agreed. Commissioner Feinberg stated that he would like to recommend that staff make it a condition of approval to have a top lit sign that complies with the Dark Sky Ordinance. There was discussion concerning the landscape design and the types of trees to be planted. Commissioner Feinberg addressed the height of the berm to be created on the Highway 55 side, stating he felt the berm could be higher, up to four feet and sculptured and not just a row and it should incorporate boulders and rocks. Mr. Bauer stated the landscape will include boulders. Chairman Youde opened the public hearing for both applications. There was no comment, so the public hearing was closed. Commissioner Schoedler motioned to approve SR-06-14 with the condition of the staffs approval of a top lit sign, and the height of the berm is increased to approximately four feet with additional landscape features. Commissioner Feinberg seconded the motion. The motion was approved. Commissioner Schoedler motioned to approve DR-06-19 with the condition of the staffs approval of a top lit sign, and the height of the berm is increased to approximately four feet with additional landscape features. Commissioner Feinberg seconded the motion. The motion was approved. McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission September 12, 2006 Revised Agenda Page 15 CONSENT AGENDA ROS-06-17 310 Forest An application was submitted for a record of survey to adjust a lot line, because the garage was built over the property line. Mr. Berrie owns both Lots 3B and 3C in Brundage Subdivision. A PUBLIC HEARING. Chairman Youde asked Michelle to offer observations and recommendations. Michelle stated the applicant is applying for a record of survey because there was a garage built over the lot line, and now the applicant is interested in selling the parcels off. A revised site plan was received today with new dimensions because the set backs were not appropriate for the garage. The application is eligible for a record of survey and the resultant lots will comply with the provisions of the MCC Residential Zone General Development Standards for the R4 zone. Staff recommends approval of ROS-06-17. Chairman Youde asked if there were concerns or further discussion required. Commissioner Feinberg motioned to approve ROS-06-17. Commissioners Schoedler and Apperson seconded the motion. The motion was approved. NEW BUSINESS PRE -APPLICATION (CUP) 2000 University Way Jeffery King representing Jim Baker and Loren Macey: A pre -application meeting to discuss a conditional use permit to construct a guest house on the government leased lot. The property is more particularly described as: Gov't Lot 1 of Section 4, T. 18N, R. 3E, B.M., Shown as Lot 2A on Record of Survey Filed in Book 2, Page 140, City of McCall, Valley County, Idaho. NOT A PUBLIC HEARING. Applicant Jim Baker, representing wife Loren Macey and himself, presented the application, stating he is requesting to build a two garage with accommodations on the second floor on their property. Mr. Baker stated the structure would not contain a kitchen, in which case a CUP is not required, so Michelle stated he did not need to continue with the pre -application meeting. PRE -APPLICATION (SUB, ZON, DR) 426 & 428 Colorado Street and 218 Rio Vista Blvd. Anthony Gabrielli: A pre -application meeting to discuss a 21 to 27 unit project on 426 & 428 Colorado Street and a pre -application meeting to discuss the subdivision of 218 Rio Vista Blvd. property into 10 residential lots. Mr. Garbrielli presented this application, and Kurt Wolf with Sesech Engineering also spoke on behalf of the project. They are proposing 22 market rate units plus 6 on site community housing units (28 total units) on 3.8 acres. Kurt stated the property is McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission September 12, 2006 Revised Agenda Page 16 currently zoned R4, and they are requesting a change in density to R8. Michelle stated due to the size of the lot, it will require a PUD, and because it is multi -family it requires a DR, as well as SUB and ZON applications. Michelle added that this project would be subject to the parks requirement, because it has more that 9 units and it would require a dedication of a park on site, off site, or pay a fee in lieu of. Chairman Youde addressed the question of fire safety and fire department access, and snow removal and storage. Kurt replied they are talking with the Fire Department and they are leaving open areas for snow storage. Commissioner Schoedler asked what the Comprehensive Plan had planned for this area. Michelle stated she was not sure at this time, and they need to verify what the future land use map delegates. Michelle asked if they were concerned about preserving trees and natural areas, and Kurt stated that was a major concern and priority for the project, and the open areas would be used as snow storage during the winter months and park like space during other times of the year. Chairman Youde asked if there was further discussion needed, and recommended getting together with staff to further discuss the park issue and the future land use for this area. Mr. Gabrielli presented his application for splitting his lot in Rio Vista. He stated this property is zoned R4, because he wants to subdivide this parcel. The applicant was told if it was split into more than 4 lots he would need to apply for a SUB, but if it was split into less than 4 lots, it would only require a ROS. Michelle suggested staying in touch with the comprehensive plan process and meeting with his neighbors to see what they are planning for the adjacent lots, and come up with a neighborhood plan. ZON-06-2 (requesting continuance to the October 3, 2006 meeting) Broken Ridge Commons West Valley Road Johnson Architects for Broken Ridge Partners, LLC: A rezone application to rezone Lots 3 and Lots 3 within the Broken Ridge Commons along the north side of West Valley Road from the existing R8-Medium Density Residential to CC -Community Commercial zone to allow for mixed use buildings. The property is more particularly described as: Lot 3 and Lot 4 of the Broken Ridge Common Subdivision. A PUBLIC HEARING. Hearing no objections, Chairman Youde continued CUP-06-13 until October 3, 2006. Chairman Youde introduced the next three applications for Mt. Life Church. Chairman Youde recused himself from the meeting at this point and stated Commissioner Schoedler will chair the meeting. CUP-06-18 Mountain Life Church 14180 S. gd Street McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission September 12, 2006 Revised Agenda Page 17 The applicant is applying for a conditional use permit to operate a pre-school and construct a 3 classroom addition. The CUP application is also to operate a coffee shop and bookstore within to serve the church parishioners. A PUBLIC HEARING. Michelle provided the staff report for this application, stating that the McCall Area Comprehensive Plan Future Land Use Map identifies the subject property as 'Rural Residential.' It is adjacent to 'Rural Residential' future land uses. She added that there were no code issues with these applications. Additional water usage has been approved by the Idaho Department of Health. Access to the proposed use is off of Highway 55. The road access and parking will not change with the addition or the pre-school. Michelle stated the only comment she had was that the fire district will need to review plans in greater detail, to understand the life safety concerns, and to review the sprinkler system and make sure it is adequate for the addition. Michelle stated there were five letters of support, and they also submitted a petition of support, which included 52 signatures. The application has met the 12 conditions of MCC 3.13.03. Staff recommends that the Planning & Zoning Commission approve CUP 06-18, subject to the following conditions: 1. The applicant shall provide the City with evidence that pre-school operates in compliance with the state statues concerning the operation of pre-schools and day-care facilities. 2. The applicant shall provide a park and ride location for McCall Transit. 3. The applicant shall provide natural trees, shrubs, and grasses, or provide and maintain landscaping on all areas not actually utilized for required off-street parking, minimal roads, and buildings. A landscaping plan shall be submitted with the building permit for the addition. 4. The applicant shall not construct any exterior signage related to or otherwise advertise the book store and coffee shop. 5. The applicant shall obtain an approval letter from McCall Fire District. SR-06-16 Mountain Life Church 14180 S. 316 Street Larry Terherst representing Mountain Life Church: A scenic route application to operate a pre-school and construct a 3 classroom addition to the existing building. The application is also to operate a coffee shop and bookstore within the church to serve the parishioners. The property is located along the Highway 55 scenic route. A PUBLIC HEARING. Staff recommends that the Planning & Zoning Commission approve SR-06-16, subject to conditions. The only condition being that the applicant shall submit a landscape plan with the building permit. McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission September 12, 2006 Revised Agenda Page 18 DR-06-24 Mountain Life Church 14160 S. 3rd Street Larry Terherst representing Mountain Life Church: A design review application to operate a pre-school and construct a 3 classroom addition. The application is also to operate a coffee shop and bookstore within the church to serve the parishioners. A PUBLIC HEARING. Staff recommends that the Planning & Zoning Commission approve DR-06-24. Staff did not recommend any conditions for this application. Larry Terherst, representing Mountain Life Church, presented the applications. Mr. Terherst stated that what Michelle presented in the staff report is exactly what they are requesting from the Commission tonight. Mr. Terherst stated their sign would be lit from above, with small roof over the top, and is 4x8 feet in size. Commissioner Apperson questioned whether there is a master plan for future development so that they are not just adding on in bits and pieces. Mr Terherst stated that their septic system would be the limiting factor to their expansion. Mr. Terherst stated they own 33 acres, and a portion of this is wetlands, and not suitable for building. Commissioner Schoedler opened the public hearing. Michelle Smith stated she supports the pre-school addition. Greg Whitaker stated he is in favor of the affordable daycare this project will provide, and he encourages the Commission to move forward. Bob Youde, 1210 S. Samson Trail, stated he has concerns with issues regarding the CUP, SR and DR applications. Mr. Youde stated these issues are here before the Commission to correct and make legal several activities that have happened since the issuance of the original CUP. As the church has grown, they have opened and advertised for a commercial bookstore and coffee shop, created a large and nonconforming sign to advertise those businesses, and opened a daycare center without seeking approval from the City or the County and is outside the CUP, and without seeking approval of well and septic system, which were designed only for a church building. Mr. Youde made reference to wood cutting operation, stating that the church processes 50 cords of wood each year. This activity clearly violates conditions of the CUP condition 8, regarding neighborhood disruption due to noise, smoke and fumes. Mr. Youde expressed concern over land use activities that fall within the 12 conditions of a CUP and are appropriate in a residential zoned property with residential zoned neighbors. He is concerned about the establishment of a bus service park and ride. He believes there is no relation between the park and ride and the CUP, and he is concerned that the increased traffic will be a problem. Mr. Youde is asking the Commission to approve the CUP for the daycare center and pre-school operation, and for the coffee shop and bookstore (for parishioners only), and to also approve the DR and SR for the construction of the classroom. Mr. Youde asked McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission September 12, 2006 Revised Agenda Page 19 the Commission to deny the proposal for the bus service park and ride site until a traffic study is concluded and the subject can be presented at a neighborhood meeting and include a parking and landscape plan for the area. Mr. Youde also asked the Commission to require in the conditions of the CUP that the Church permanently discontinue its practice of wood stockpiling and cutting logs on site. Mr. Youde also asked the Commission to require the Church to establish a date certain for the removal of the large inventory of dirt and gravel piles on the site and that the classroom construction not add to the volume of dirt piles. Mr. Youde also asked that during the review of the city Comprehensive Plan, the church be asked to identify its long range construction and development plan for their 33 acre project. Neal Thompson stated he attends this church and is also a school board trustee. Mr. Thompson stated he recently had discussions with Harlow's bus services and that legally as a school they have to transport children to and from school. The school board recently decided they are no longer going to let children out on the highway, the bus will now pull into the parking lot to drop them off. Natalie Clap, Director of preschool, testified that she supports this project and added that they do meet county and state codes and always have maintained that licensure. Ms. Clap stated that Mr. Lapin at Central District Health did approve the septic systems and all the proper channels were taken. Mr. Terherst provided a rebuttal, stating that DEQ did approve water system, and they have gone through extensive testing and it meets the qualifications for the pre-school, adding that they have been inspected and will continue to be inspected. Mr. Terherst explained that they traded dirt from the construction site for aggregate to put on their parking lot, so the church does not own the dirt, but the owners of the dirt have been contacted and they are trying to move forward with moving the dirt. Mr. Terherst stated that they are moving the wood cutting operation off site, and all wood should be removed by next Saturday. Mr. Terherst stated that McCall Transit approached them with the suggestion of providing a park and ride location on the church property, adding that they want to be a part of it for the community's sake. McCall Transit currently has a bus stop at the church. Commissioner Feinberg asked what the speed limit was at that point on the highway; Mr. Terherst replied that it is currently 45 mph. Commissioner Apperson asked if ITD was involved in the park and ride issue, adding that the park and ride could be problematic with speed limits at this time. Commissioner Feinberg suggested that Mr. Terherst contact ITD and attempt to get the speed limit changed to 35mph. Commissioner Feinberg stated the Commission needed to see proof of the approvals from the DEQ and Mr. Lapin of Central District Health before approving the CUP for the daycare, coffee shop and bookstore. Hearing not further comments, Commissioner Schoedler closed the public hearing. Commissioner Feinberg moved to approve CUP-06-18, with the appropriate approvals from the City, DEQ, and Central District Health regarding septic and water, and that the park and ride issue be tabled at this time, and that the wood cutting operation cease, and that the dirt be removed as soon as possible, and that the landscape plan be McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission September 12, 2006 Revised Agenda Page 20 submitted with the building permit, and that the sign design needs is approved by staff and ITD. Commissioner Apperson seconded that motion, and the motion passed. Commissioner Feinberg moved to approve SR-06-16. Commissioner Apperson seconded the motion, and the motion was approved. Commissioner Feinberg moved to approve DR-06-24. Commissioner Apperson seconded the motion, the motion was approved. SR-06-10 (requesting continuance to the October 3, 2006 meeting) 210 W. Lake Street McCall Design representing Dick Ennis: A scenic route application to relocate the home on 213 W. Lake Street to 210 W. Lake Street in expectation of constructing a new residence on the lake. The property is more particularly described as: McCall Acreage Lot 36, Government Lot 5 of Section 8, T. 18N, R. 3E, B.M., McCall, Valley County, Idaho. A PUBLIC HEARING. Hearing no objections, Chairman Youde continued CUP-06-13 until September 26, 2006. DR-06-32 (requesting continuance to the October 3, 2006 meeting) 2059 Plymouth Court McCord Christianson: A design review application to build a 4,509 sq. ft. single family house to replace the existing cabin. The proposed house is in the Shoreline Environs Zone. The property is more particularly described as: Amended Plat of Pilgrim Cove Subdivision, Lot 21, Block 1 in Govemment Lot 1 of Section 3 of T. 18N, R.3E of State Lease # R-5944-8. A PUBLIC HEARING. Hearing no objections, Chairman Youde continued CUP-06-13 until October 3, 2006. DR-06-25, DR-06-26, DR-06-27, DR-06-28, DR-06-29, DR-06-30 & DR-06-31 Lots 18-24, Block 11 Townsite of Lardo Pinedale Street John McCarthy for Bridge Development: Design Review applications to build approximately 2200 sq. ft. single family houses on seven non -conforming lots. Four of the houses are proposed to be the submitted plan A and three of the houses are proposed to be the submitted plan B. The property is more particularly described as: Lots 18-24, Block 11 Townsite of Lardo, McCall, Valley County, Idaho. A PUBLIC HEARING. Chairman Youde asked Michelle to explain why this application includes all these items as one agenda item for lots 18-24. Michelle explained that there was initially one application submitted for 7 different DR for 7 different lots, and the application was signed by the developer as both the applicant and the representative. Staff recently discovered that there are actually 7 different McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission September 12, 2006 Revised Agenda Page 21 owners, but staff is treating this as 7 different DR applications, but will have one staff report due to the short notice of the new information regarding lot ownership. Michelle stated that the McCall Area Comprehensive Plan identifies the property as low density residential, or R4. Design Review is required because each lot is a non- conforming lot. Michelle stated all the houses will be facing Pinedale with garages accessed from an improved alley way. The City architect John Larsen recommended that the applicant resubmit the application because the submitted materials do not meet the application requirements. The applicant is required to submit specific descriptions of exterior materials, including colors, landscaping and a utilities plan for each unit. Mr. Larson also suggested that the zero lot line layout or townhouse approach to these lots may provide for more livable units. The City engineer has held off on the engineering review based on the City architects comments. If the applicant chooses to resubmit the site plan, they didn't want to have to do two reviews and charge the applicant twice. The Fire District had no comment, Public Works did not have any comment, and there was no public comment. Staff recommends P & Z Commission continue the applications for DR-06-25, DR-06-26, DR-06-27, DR-06-28, DR-06-29, DR-06-30 and DR-06-31 to address the following issues: 1. Applicant shall submit a revised landscaping plan to include more diversity of species and preservation of natural vegetation. 2. The applicant shall resubmit plans to combine units into (3) two unit town homes with zero lots lines. 3. Applicant shall resubmit required information as stated in the Design Review letter dated September 5th, 2006. 4. Applicant shall provide adequate snow storage. Chairman Youde requested the applicant to present the project. Michael Jobes, for Bridge Development, is representing 7 individual property owners. Mr. Jobes stated that tuming these units into townhouses would diminish the value of these units. He stated he was a fan of architecture, of infill and of the design of these homes. Commissioner Schoedler brought up the question of snow storage, given that there is only 10 feet between the walls of each structure. There was discussion about the design of the buildings, the lack of windows, and how to deal with snow storage. Commissioner Feinberg stated that there are advantages to the town home concept. McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission September 12, 2006 Revised Agenda Page 22 John McCarthy spoke in regards to The Docks development and the possibility of the Pinedale units being community housing for The Docks project. He stated that the Pinedale units are not related to The Docks projects. Chairman Youde moved to continue application until September 26, 2006 and continue the public hearing until that date too. SUB-06-4 Crystal Blue 1604 Davis Avenue A request for final plat approval for the conversion of apartments into condominiums. The proposed project has a total of 29 units in 13 buildings. NOT A PUBLIC HEARING. The Future Land Use Map in the McCall Area Comprehensive Plan identifies the property and surrounding properties as "Medium Density Residential." Crystal Blue LLC was granted a conditional use permit on July 28, 2005 to construct apartments. The applicant has proposed to convert the units from apartments to condominiums. The Inclusionary Housing Ordinance (No. 819) is applicable to the project as condominiums. The project is proposed to be served by City water and sewer. The proposed use accesses Davis Avenue via a private loop road. Staff recommends that the Planning & Zoning Commission approve SUB-06-4 with conditions. Staff stated there are 6 conditions: 1. The applicant shall sign a development agreement, including a community housing plan, with the City pursuant to MCC 9-6-06 before the City staff places the application for final plat on the City Council agenda for consideration. 2. Maintenance of all landscaping (including temporary irrigation) and furnishings in all public rights -of -way shall be the responsibility of the applicant until establishment of plantings, when they will become the responsibility of the Homeowners Association. 3. The following changes shall be incorporated into the final plat: i. The signature page shall be revised to add the a signature line for the Mayor, delete Valley County Highway District and add Public Works Director, and add Planning and Zoning Chairman. ii. Indicate the name of the private loop drive. iii. The applicant shall indicate that the private street is for public use. 4. The applicant shall provide street lighting, street signs and any required stop signs at the intersections of the private street and Davis Avenue. 5. The applicant shall provide a pedestrian easement and paved path from the private loop road to Dawson Street. McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission September 12, 2006 Revised Agenda Page 23 6. The applicant shall obtain a letter from CH2M Hill recommending engineering approval of construction drawings, final plat and lighting plans before the City staff places the application on the City Council agenda for consideration. 7. The applicant is responsible for removal of noxious weeds, if present, on the Crystal Blue Water property. 8. The applicant shall submit electronic files of the final plat in a form specified by the City before the application is scheduled for City Council. 9. The applicant shall submit a written construction plan per MCC 9.6.08 for City staffs approval prior to applying for a building permit. Shawn Harriman, representing Crystal Blue LLC, stated he has been approved for the preliminary plat and he is here to get final plat. City Council must approve the Final Plat. Commissioner Schoedler motioned to approve SUB-06-4 subject to conditions. Commissioner Feinberg seconded the motion, and the motion was approved. OTHER -Joint meeting with the Tree Commission - Michelle stated they are scheduled for September 20, 2006 from 6-7pm in legion hall. -Discussion of Title 3 and Title 9 Code Amendments — public work session September 26, 2006 from 6-7pm at legion hall. ADJOURNMENT Commissioner Schoedler motioned to adjourn the meeting. Commissioner Feinberg seconded the motion, and the motion was app -• e The meeting was adjourned at 10:43pm. de, Chairman g & Zoning Commission ATTEST: Brenna Chaloupka McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission September 12, 2006 Revised Agenda Page 24 MCCALL AREA PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION Meeting Minutes September 26, 2006 —6:00 p.m. CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL The meeting was called to order at 6:03pm. Chairman Bob Youde, Commissioners Jeff Schoedler, Phil Feinberg, Kim Apperson, and Sarah Jessup were present. Shane Jeffries was absent. A quorum was present. REVIEW & APPROVAL OF MINUTES September 12, 2006 minutes will be reviewed October 3, 2006. OLD BUSINESS DR-06-25, DR-06-26, DR-06-27, DR-06-28, DR-06-29, DR-06-30 & DR-06-31 Lots 18-24, Block 11 Townsite of Lardo Pinedale Street John McCarthy for Bridge Development: Design Review applications to build approximately 2200 sq. ft. single family houses on seven non -conforming lots. Four of the houses are proposed to be the submitted plan A and three of the houses are proposed to be the submitted plan B. The property is more particularly described as: Lots 18-24, Block 11 Townsite of Lardo, McCall, Valley County, Idaho. A PUBLIC HEARING. Chairman Youde asked for the staff report for these applications. Michelle Groenevelt stated the applicant has revised the site plan since the September 12, 2006 application, and the units have been moved to the west to create a zero lot line configuration, and they also moved two units together, creating more space between the units. The landscape plan was also resubmitted, as well as submitting all exterior construction materials. The city architect John Larson recommended approval. The city engineer is still working with the applicant to make sure they can get approval. Michelle stated there was one public comment, an email from neighbor John Rygg, who has concerns regarding the project. The letter was given to the Commissioners prior to the meeting. Staff is recommended approval of DR-06-25, DR-06-26, DR-06-27, DR-06-28, DR-06- 29, DR-06-30 and DR-06-31 with the following condition: 1. Applicant shall obtain letter from CH2MHill recommending engineering approval of the construction drawings, drainage and storm water plan before the applicant is issued a building permit. John McCarthy, with Bridge Development, presented the application, and stated each unit will have its own 10 foot wide courtyard, now that the units have been moved to create the zero lot line configurations. Mr. McCarthy stated that he has worked with City MCCALL AREA PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION PAGE 1 PRINTED 9/26/06 Architect John Larson to both their satisfactions and he has nothing else to present to the Commission. Chairman Youde asked if there was a Home Owners Association, Mr. McCarthy stated that there was no Home Owners Association at this time. Chairman Youde expressed concern about parking, fences, snow storage issues, landscaping and how issues like this would be regulated without a HOA. There was discussion regarding the need for an HOA. Michelle asked the applicant if they would be willing to create a HOA and CC&R's for this project and the applicant said yes, they would create both. The issuance of Certificates of Occupancy would be contingent upon approval of the HOA and CC&R's. Chairman Youde opened the public hearing, there were no testifiers, and the public hearing was closed. Chariman Youde asked for additional comments and concerns from the Commission. Chairman Youde made to motion to approve DR-06-25, DR-06-26, DR-06-27, DR-06-28, DR-06-29, DR-06-30 and DR-06-3, contingent upon the letter of approval from the City Engineer, and adding the condition of the creation of a Home Owners Association. Commissioner Schoedler seconded the motion. The motion was approved for all of these DR applications. NEW BUSINESS SR-06-10 210 W. Lake Street McCall Design representing Dick Ennis: A scenic route application to relocate the home on 213 W. Lake Street to 210 W. Lake Street in expectation of constructing a new residence on the lake. The property is more particularly described as: McCall Acreage Lot 36, Government Lot 5 of Section 8, T. 18N, R. 3E, B.M., McCall, Valley County, Idaho. A PUBLIC HEARING. Chairman Youde introduced this application, and asked for the staff report. Michelle stated there were no code issues associated with this application. The project is served by city water and sewer. The proposed access is off W. Lake Street. The City Engineer did not have issues with this application, nor did Public Works or the Fire District. Payette Lakes Watershed Advisory Group did not have any issues either. There was one email from neighbor Mrs. Whitney, opposing the project. Staff recommends approval of SR-06-10 with the following conditions: 1. The applicant shall provide natural trees, shrubs, and grasses, or provide and maintain landscaping on all areas not actually utilized for required off-street parking and buildings. A landscaping plan shall be submitted with the building permit. 2. The applicant shall prepare and record a ten foot wide pedestrian access easement across the Lake Street frontage of the property. McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission September 26, 2006 Agenda Page 2 Andy Laidlaw, with McCall Design and Planning, representing Dick and Mary Lou Ennis, presented the application. Mr. Laidlaw stated the relocated home conforms to all the set backs and requirements. Mr. Laidlaw commented on Mrs. Whitney's opposition to the project, stating she contends that when Mr. Ennis removed the house that was previously on that lot, it destroyed the sewer connection. She also claims that the Ennis's property drains onto her property. There is also an issue conceming a rock being placed on the southeast corner of her property. Roger Millar explained the sewer connection issue, stating the Whitney's sewer connection was connected to the main system via the Ennis's connection. This situation is common in the City of McCall, and when discovered, the City is making all customers reconnect correctly. When Mr. Ennis moved his house, the sewer connection was disconnected, leaving the Whitney's with no sewer connection either. It is the Whitney's responsibility to pay for the reconnection of their home to the sewer system, not Mr. Ennis's. Michelle stated that concerning the drainage issue, the City Engineer reviewed the drainage plan and did have any issues with the drainage situation. She added the City Engineer did not see any issues with setbacks either. Chairman Youde opened the public hearing. There were no testimonies, and the public hearing was closed. Chairman Youde asked for comments and discussion with Commissioners. Commissioner Schoedler moved to approve SR-06-10, with the following conditions. 1. The applicant shall provide natural trees, shrubs, and grasses, or provide and maintain landscaping on all areas not actually utilized for required off- street parking and buildings. A landscaping plan shall be submitted with the building permit. 2. The applicant shall prepare and record a ten foot wide pedestrian access easement across the Lake Street frontage of the property. Commissioner Jessup seconded the motion, and the motion was approved. PRE -APPLICATION (CUP or VAR) 1170 Aspen Ridge Brett Irish from Irish Quality Builders representing Duane Jan Horning: A pre -application meeting to discuss a reduction in the side yard setback of approximately 4 feet to account for steep slopes and small building envelope. The property is more particularly described as: Lot 92 Aspen Ridge Subdivision Phase #2, Book 9, Page 45, Valley County. NOT A PUBLIC HEARING. Chairman Youde asked for the applicant to come forward and present their application. No one was there to present the application. McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission September 26, 2006Agenda Page 3 Michelle stated there are steep slopes on the building site, and that is why they are applying for a CUP. This application will be held as an open item in case the applicant does show up. PRE -APPLICATION (SUB, PUD, and ZON) TBD West Lake Street Larry Tieman representing Advanced Properties: A pre -application meeting to present a subdivision, planned unit development, and rezone applications for a project on approximately 18 acres. The applicant is requesting a rezone from R-1 to the R-4 zone. The submitted project consists of 12 townhouse lots, 12 large SF homes, and 12 community housing units. The property is more particularly described as: W1/2 of the NW1/4 of Section 17, T. 18N, R. 3E, B.M., Valley County, Idaho. NOT A PUBLIC HEARING. Larry Tiernan, representing Advanced Properties presented the project. The project is located on an 18.25 acre parcel, which is currently zoned R1. Mr. Tieman stated they are proposing to build 41 units, including 9 single family units, 14 duplex town homes and 18 community housing units in three 6-plex buildings. Mr. Tiernan stated if the zoning was increased, the project could be expanded to 47 units, and they would increase the number of community housing units by six units by turning the 6-plex units into 8-plex units. The project currently allows 2 parking spaces per community housing unit, but the number of parking spaces would decrease if they increased the number of community housing units. Commissioner Jessup asked about a pedestrian/bike path through the development. Mr. Tieman stated they will put a path though the development, adding that construction of these buildings would be 80 feet from the highway. Michelle asked if they have talked to the community housing authority yet, and Mr. Tieman stated no, they had not talked with them yet, but they would definitely enlist their help to develop the community housing portion of the project. Commissioner Apperson asked about a public transportation facility or bus stop. Mr. Tiernan stated they did not have anything planned yet, but they are open to suggestions. Commissioner Feinberg suggested talking to ITD and taking into account what the speed limit is there when considering driveways and access. Michelle suggested the applicant look into the code requirements for garages for condominium projects. She stated they are looking at SUB, PUD, ZON, and DR applications. PRE -APPLICATION (ZON) TBD Louisa and Fir Street Claire Remsberg representing Sonia and Joe Wright: A pre -application meeting to discuss a rezone from R8 to R16 to three create conforming lots instead of the existing three non -conforming lots. The property is more particularly described as: McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission September 26, 2006 Agenda Page 4 Lots 15, 16, 17, Block 5, McCall 1st Addition. NOT A PUBLIC HEARING. Claire Remsberg, representing Sonia and Joe Wright, presented the application. Ms. Remsberg stated this project involves three non -conforming lots that are 30 x 120 feet. They are proposing a reconfiguration of the three lots so that the lots would become conforming, adding that there would not be a change in the number of units to be built. Chairman Youde expressed his concern over rezoning the lots to R16, stating the applicant could apply to build more units. Chairman Youde realizes that this application is being made to improve the design options, but that if they increased the zoning here, it sets a precedent and others may apply for rezone with the intent of higher density and that would be undesirable. Commissioner Feinberg stated this reconfigured project looked much better than the non -conforming lot options and Commissioner Jessup agreed. Michelle stated she would check with the city attorney regarding spot zoning, and see if an ROS would suffice instead of a rezone. There was discussion around the issue of non -conforming lots, and rezoning versus a Record of Survey. Charirman Youde asked Michelle to get back to the Commission regarding what she finds out regarding spot zoning from the city attorney and present the information at the October 3. 2006 meeting. PRE -APPLICATION (CUP, SR, DR) Lick Creek Road Matt Anthony for IDAZONA, LLC/Greg Hoyt: A pre -application meeting to discuss the construction of a two car garage with living quarters above. The property is more particularly described as: Government Lot 3, Section 2, T. 18N, R3E, B.M. McCall, Idaho. NOT A PUBLIC HEARING. Andy Laidlaw, with McCall Design and Planning, for Matt Anthony, presented the application. Mr. Laidlaw stated the proposed project would be an accessory structure to the main residence with no kitchen. The project would be two bedrooms over a garage. This project would be subject to SR, DR, and CUP applications. Michelle asked if they had held the neighborhood meeting, Mr. Laidlaw stated no, but that they had had conversations with neighbor Mr. Norquist. Roger Millar commented that it needs to be clear who shares docks, paths, etc. in case there is ever different ownership and recommended designing the joint use areas as if non family members are sharing the amenities, to avoid disputed issues in the future. Chairman Youde stated he did see not see any problems and it seems like a reasonable project. PRE -APPLICATION (SUB, DR) McCall RV Resort McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission September 26, 2006 Agenda Page 5 Greg Pittenger representing Kevin O'Leary for Glenveigh LLC: A pre -application meeting to discuss the subdivision of 24 'park model' condominiums within PUD-01-1. The property is more particularly described as: A portion of the property in the E1/2 of the SW1/4 and Government Lot 6 of Section 17, T.18N., R. 3E, B.M., McCall, Valley County, Idaho. NOT A PUBLIC HEARING. Kevin O'Leary presented this application, stating this subdivision is part of a 54 acre project with 250 units. Mr. O'Leary defined a park model as a cabin like structure with cedar siding, composite roofs, and large windows. Mr. O'Leary stated this was actually an application for a 21 unit subdivision, not 24 units. Chairman Youde asked if Roger Millar had issues regarding water and sewer, Roger stated he did not have any issues, adding that the project is served by a large meter at this time, but would move towards individual meters at each unit in the future. There was discussion regarding fractional ownership and modular hotel units. Commissioner Schoedler questioned covered parking for condominiums, which is required per the city code. Mr. O'Leary stated they have a large area for the storage of vehicles, recreational vehicles, trailers, etc. Commissioner Feinberg stated he had concerns about the storage of recreational vehicles and cars if these units became long term rental units. Mr. O'Leary stated they had a neighborhood meeting last night and the main concern he heard in regards to building near the industrial area was the level of noise. Mr. O'Leary stated he lives there and does not feel that noise is a big concem. Roger Millar identified the issues with this project as parking and community housing and suggested the applicant work with the housing authority, adding they would probably need 40 community housing units. Commissioner Apperson stated she thought these units could provide much needed seasonal housing. PRE -APPLICATION (CUP) 436 Ringle Street John and Julie Ghio: A pre -application meeting to discuss the construction of a garage with a guesthouse above. The property is more particularly described as: Evergreen Terrace #3 Lot 76. NOT A PUBLIC HEARING. There was no one present to present this application. PRE -APPLICATION (SR) 955 Westshore Place Heather Friedrichs from McCall Design representing Jeff Stoddard: A pre -application meeting to discuss Recreational equipment storage with living space above. The property is more particularly described as: McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission September 26, 2006 Agenda Page 6 Jews Harp Jack Lot 14 AKA Tax #136. NOT A PUBLIC HEARING. Andy Laidlaw, with McCall Design and Planning, presented this project for Jeff Stoddard. The application is for SR approval. Mr. Laidlaw stated this building would be care takers quarters and toy storage only, and not a rental facility. There were not a lot of issues in regards to this project, or opposition to this project. There are no issues with water and sewer or community housing. PRE -APPLICATION (SR) 3751 Eastside Drive Heather Friedrichs from McCall Design representing John Panhakle: A pre -application meeting to discuss the construction of a storage barn. The property is more particularly described as: Tax #1 in Government Lot 1 in the NW'Y4 of the NE1/4 of Section 23, T. 19N, R. 3E, B.M., Valley County, Idaho. NOT A PUBLIC HEARING. Andy Laidlaw, with McCall Design and Planning presented the application for John Panhakle. This is a SR application for storage barn. There is a house on the property where the barn will be built. There were no apparent objections to the project. PRE -APPLICATION (CUP) 700 Reedy Lane Fredrick Certano representing Brundage Mountain Resort: A pre -application meeting to discuss converting a care facility to employee housing. The property is more particularly described as: McCall Acreage Tax # 386 in the Se % of the NW1/4 of Section 9, T. 18N, R. 3E, B.M., McCall, Valley County, Idaho. NOT A PUBLIC HEARING. Rick Certano, president of Brundage Mountain presented the application. The applicant wants to convert a care facility into employee housing. Application is for a CUP. Mr. Certano stated this is a well suited building for employee housing. Commissioner Apperson asked about parking, and how many spaces were available and if there was adequate parking facilities. Roger Millar suggested creating a development agreement to minimize the number of cars that would need parking spaces. Mr. Certano stated they intend to work with other entities to keep this building full during the off season, or summer months. There were no major issues other than the parking issues, and noise levels. Chairman Youde made a last call for Irish and Ghio applications. McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission September 26, 2006 Agenda Page 7 OTHER Discussion of Title 3 and Title 9 Code Amendments Chairman Youde opened the discussion. Roger Millar requested keeping this discussion in "housekeeping mode" and not create huge changes at this time, rather keep it a workshop to bring ideas to a public hearing. Chairman Youde questioned how a kitchen defined. There was much discussion regarding how to define a kitchen, and it was decided it still needs to be more clearly defined in the building code. Roger Millar began the discussion of how to determine the height of a building, suggesting taking the average elevation of the buildings footprint for a beginning elevation and going to the ridge on the roof. Chairman Youde stated the tree committee will work on defining tree stems, and Michelle added they are waiting to hear from Shane regarding tree stern definitions. The only professional offices allowed in Residential zones are home offices and is defined by having only one employee. Side yard setback needs to be redefined to avoid huge walls. DR was supposed to fix this issue, but it is not. It was suggested to have a "step back" condition built into t he definition, and use DR as a way to go up higher. Roger Millar stated the "non -conforming chapter" does not address any lots other than residential lots. Lots under 10,000 in industrial zone are currently non -conforming, so Roger suggested reducing the lot size requirements to 3,000. Roger recommended dropping it to 3,000 sq. feet, but for any new lot created it must be at least 10,000 sq. feet. Roger commented on clarifying the language used to define the intent of structures beyond 150 feet, but visible from the scenic route. Commissioner Feinberg stated they are working on the building envelope and the remainder of the lot. Michelle thought it prudent to define the dimensions of a compact parking space, because she gets frequent calls about this. Regarding chapter 9, #3 Roger suggested granting administrative approval for some exceptions. Regarding parking requirements in commercial vs. residential, the code states there are 1.5 in multi -family commercial zones and 2.5 in residential zones, and Michelle questioned those numbers. There was discussion regarding parking in the city of McCall, how much should be required, and how much is needed. Internally lighted signs are not preferred. Commissioner Feinberg requested to put something in the code to bring old signs up to standard. There was much discussion regarding signs, including clarification on how to determine the size of signs and how to bring outdated signs up to code. McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission September 26, 2006Agenda Page 8 Michelle stated in the SR applications, the administrator can write a letter and get approval, but they can't for DR and some really minor items are being brought before the Commission unnecessarily. R8 zone was accidentally left out of the code and needs to be added. The issue of "boarding houses" was brought up, and how many people can live in a single family residence. Roger stated the Federal housing law states related family members plus 3 unrelated persons. Chairman Youde expressed great concern with creating a law suit and emphasized that this is a very delicate situation. Roger suggested duplicating what HUD uses as a standard. Michelle asked about building height and how to measure it. Roger suggested that the building height should be the difference in elevation between the highest point on the roof and the average of the footprint of the building footprint. In order to address sloped lots, when the slope is greater than 20%, the project would be subject to DR. Chairman Youde also addressed the up -zone issue and there was much discussion in regards to up zoning. Commissioner Feinberg questioned the city's involvement in fractional ownership projects. Roger stated the city code is currently silent to fractional ownerships, and suggested the code address them in the future to make sure that there is someone "accountable" for these projects when necessary. ADJOURNMENT Commissioner Schoedler made the motioned to adjourn, Chairman Youde seconded motion, and the motion was approved. The meeting was adjourned at 9:22 pm. R�bertYo�.e, Chairman & Zoning Commission ATTEST: Brenna Chaloupki- Administrative Assistant McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission September 26, 2006 Agenda Page 9 MCCALL AREA PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION Meeting Minutes October 3, 2006 1. CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL Chairman Bob Youde, Commissioners Sarah Jessup, Phil Feinberg, Kim Apperson, and Jeff Schoedler were present. Commissioner Shane Jefferies was absent. Quorum present. Chairman Bob Youde read a memo that was written from Roger Millar regarding the moratorium. Chairman Bob Youde read a resolution in appreciation of Commissioner Jeff Schoedler's service on the McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission (see attached). Chairman Youde announced that at the close of the meeting Commissioner PhD Feinberg will take Commissioner Jeff Schoedler's place as Vice Chair. 2. REVIEW & APPROVAL OF MINUTES -September 12, 2006 Commissioner Apperson made a motion to approve the September 12, 2006 minutes; Commissioner Schoedler seconded the motion; motion carried. 3. OLD BUSINESS CUP-06-13 (requesting continuance to the December 5, 2006 meeting) Colorado Street Apartments 415 N. 3rd Street Mark Saunders representing LAXMI Corporation: The applicant is proposing to construct 24 apartments in four buildings located on the eastern portion of the Best Western Hotel parcel. A PUBLIC HEARING. Without objection CUP-06-14 was continued to the December 5, 2006 meeting. SR-06-4 (requesting continuance to the December 5, 2006 meeting) Colorado Street Apartments 415 N. 3id Street Mark Saunders representing LAXMI Corporation: The applicant is proposing to construct 24 apartments in four buildings located on the eastern portion of the Best Western Hotel parcel. A PUBLIC HEARING. Without objection SR-06-4 was continued to the December 5, 2006 meeting. DR-06-1 (requesting continuance to the December 5, 2006 meeting) Colorado Street Apartments 415 N. 3r'' Street Mark Saunders representing LAXMI Corporation: The applicant is proposing to construct 24 apartments in four buildings located on the eastern portion of the Best Western Hotel parcel. A PUBLIC HEARING. MCCALL AREA PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION PAGE 1 PRINTED 11/6/06 Without objection DR-06-1 was continued to the December 5, 2006 meeting. DR-06-18 (requesting continuance to the December 5, 2006 meeting) Common Ground Cafe 303 Colorado Street Pam and Brian Thomas: A request for design review approval to expand Common Ground Cafe by replacing the garage with a new structure to add restaurant facilities and an indoor stage. A PUBLIC HEARING. Without objection DR-06-1 was continued to the December 5, 2006 meeting. PRE -APPLICATION (CUP) 436 Ringel Street John and Julie Ghio: A pre -application meeting to discuss the construction of a garage with a guesthouse above. NOT A PUBLIC HEARING. John Ghio addressed the Commission and advised he has a house in McCall in Evergreen Terrace that he would like to add a garage with an apartment above it. Chairman Youde asked Michelle Groenevelt for the current zoning for this area. She advised the zoning R4. The reason for the conditional use permit and design review is due to the kitchen in the proposed apartment. DR-06-32 2059 Plymouth Court A design review application to build a 4,509 sq. ft. single-family house to replace the existing cabin. The proposed house is in the Shoreline Environs Zone. The Future Land Use Map (Figure 6) in the McCall Area Comprehensive Plan identifies the property and surrounding properties as "Low Density Residential." A PUBLIC HEARING. The project is proposed to be served by Payette Lakes Water and Sewer District. The proposed use access to the house is from John Alden Road. Several concerned neighbors came to City Hall to review the plans. To date, no written comments have been submitted from the Payette Lake Watershed Advisory Group. Staff recommends that the Planning & Zoning Commission approve DR-06-32 with the following condition: 1. The applicant shall receive the final engineering approval prior to being issued a building permit. No other approvals are needed for design review. McCord Christianson addressed the Commission and advised he and his partner have purchased a state lease in Pilgrim Cove and are planning to build a single- family residence. He said they have spoken with the City Engineers and Bill Weida from the Watershed Advisory Committee and feels they have followed all McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission October 3, 2006 Minutes Page 2 of the requirements. Mr. Christianson said they are building a house that is very similar to the picture that he showed to the Commission that appeared in a national magazine. Commissioner Schoedler questioned Mr. Christianson as to the similarities of the two residences and advised him to be very careful with what they are doing due to copyright infringement. Chairman Youde questioned the applicant above the trees and how many trees will be cut within the building envelope. Commissioner Feinberg spoke in favor of the applicants and their issue on the trees. He said Mr. Christianson has been very sensitive to this issue. Mr. Christianson advised they may share a well with neighbor if the pressure will be sufficient. Chairman Youde opened the public hearing. Hearing no comments for, against, or about the proposed projects the Chairman closed the public hearing. Commissioner Schoedler advised the applicant to either get permission from the original architect or to change the house significantly to avoid copyright issues.. Commissioner Feinberg made a motion to approve DR-06-32; Commissioner Schoedler seconded the motion; motion carried. SUB-06-7 Alpine Village 616 N. 3'd Street The applications were submitted for preliminary plat, preliminary plan, conditional use permit, rezone, scenic route and design review approval to construct a mixed use project containing 4 buildings centered around a pedestrian mall on 4.9 acres. The pedestrian mall will connect 3rd Street and Railroad Avenue. The proposed buildings contain 97 market rate condominiums, 8 community housing condominiums, 14 off -site Community Housing Units, and approximately 31,000 sq. ft. of commercial space. A PUBLIC HEARING. Michelle Groenevelt stated that the staff report had not really changed since the last meeting and there weren't any additional materials submitted. Staff is recommending approval for the reduction of parking spaces for the following reasons: different commercial/residential peak hours and different types of commercial uses have different peak hours, adjacent to public transit route and pedestrian paths, the CCR's mentions no 'toy' storage in the parking area, and number of residential units may end up as second homes. The conditions of approval are all the same with the exception of condition number twelve. Staff has taken the community housing plan and linked the final community housing plan with the final plat of each phase. Therefore, when the final plat of phase one is reviewed it will be up to Planning and Zoning to make a determination if the community housing plan is appropriate for that phase. McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission October 3, 2006 Minutes Page 3 Michelle Groenevelt stated that Alpine Village will be presenting their parks proposal to the Parks & Recreation Advisory Committee on October 12, 2006. The Parks Advisory Committee will then make a recommendation to City Council. The applicant resubmitted a community housing plan. The following is summary of the revised community housing plan: Revised Plan: 97 market rate units (to accommodate more Community Housing Units on -site, they have added one floor to a section of Building 3, thereby increasing the total building square footage of Building 3 by approximately 9000 sq. ft. and the total percentage of building mass in the Project which exceeds 35 feet from 8% to 11%. The applicant will present additional elevations of this portion of the building for the September 12 Meeting.) Community Housing Requirement: 19.4 community housing units Proposed C.H. Units On -site: 8 Proposed C.H. Units off -site: 14, calculated as follows: Remaining required C.H. Units: 11.4 Off site "penalty": 125% Total C.H. Off -site Requirement: 14.25 C.H. Units (fractional unit to be covered by in lieu fee) The phasing consists of the following: Phase 1 (consisting of 35 market rate units): 8 C.H. Units On -site (1 more than total required for Phase) Phase 2 (consisting of 25 market rate units): One of the following: (i) 5 off site units, or (ii) 10 converted mobile home spaces converted to C.H. Units Phase 3 (consisting of 37 market rate units): One of the following: (depending on election in phase 2): (i) 9 more off site C.H. Units; or (ii) 10 converted mobile home spaces replaced with 14 off -site C.H. units. *The applicant will confirm that suitable property has been acquired and appropriately dedicated for the off -site units. All off site units will be completed no later than 2 years after approval of Phase 3 Final Plat. The Planning & Zoning Commission must recommend approval of the final plat and final plan, City Council must also approve the preliminary and final plat, the preliminary and final plan, conditional use permit, and rezone applications. Mick Hormaechea with Alpine Village Company addressed the Commission and stated they do not have any new information to present, although he did submit a letter earlier in the week that addressed community housing plan, building height and building setbacks. Mr. Hormaechea also said he would like some direction from the Commission on what specific information they would like to discuss. Commissioner Apperson asked the applicant to give them a brief overview of the park proposal. McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission October 3, 2006 Minutes Page 4 Mr. Hormaechea said they are offering a comprehensive event in lieu exchange for the current requirement. The pedestrian plaza will be dedicated as a public open space. The Alpine Village Property Owner's Association will retain all maintenance requirements for it. They will make a connection from the pedestrian plaza to the city campus improvement project. Commissioner Apperson said she would like to see more public amenities. Mr. Hormaechea advised the intention of this project was to make this plaza inviting and user friendly to the public. Some of the potential options could include such things as concerts, special events, public art, water features, or other activities. Michelle encouraged the Commission to attend the Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee meeting. Chairman Youde asked Mr. Hormaechea to revisit the "toy storage" issues. Mr. Hormaechea reiterated that the homeowner's association will require recreational vehicles to be stored off site. Chairman Youde asked Mr. Hormaechea to show the Commission and the audience the proposed buildings that will exceed 35 feet. Dave Peugh addressed the Commission to explain the design of the buildings exceeding 35 feet. He said to create the most pedestrian friendly and comfortable human scale it is important to create a one to one ratio of street width to building height. He said it makes sense to elevate the buildings around the central plaza to create a better human scale. Chairman Youde shared some of his concerns regarding the reduction of the parking spaces. Commissioner Feinberg said that he remembers times where the Commission took into consideration the reduction of parking regarding peak and off peak uses. He feels that this is reasonable. Commissioner Feinberg asked Mr. Hormaechea where he stands with a resolution with Bryan's Burger Den with regards to the parking. Mr. Hormaechea said they have not met since the last meeting. Chairman Youde opened the public hearing on SUB-06-7, PUD-06-3, CUP-06- 17, ZON-06-1, SR-06-12, DR-06-20. Joy Hamilton addressed the Commission and said she has spent a lot of time looking at the plans and documents of this project at City Hall and that she is in favor of this project. She said she is clearly against buildings over 35 feet in the lake area or elsewhere, however feels that the way this was designed that it is clearly less intrusive. She also is very much in favor of the pedestrian plaza walkway. Bob Miller representing Bryan Miller of Bryan's Burger Den addressed the Commission. Chairman Youde advised Mr. Miller that his letter from September 29th has been distributed and made part of the public hearing. McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission October 3, 2006 Minutes Page 5 Mr. Miller asked where the people will park that will be using the public parts of the facility. He feels that a Friday night event in the summer will present a lot of issues with parking. He feels the parking requirements in the code are very clear. Mr. Miller also has issues with the setback. He feels this should be addressed now instead of later when the development is already in place. Commissioner Schoedler questioned Michelle regarding the parking and the number of spaces required. Wayne Ruemmele, Architect of the project, addressed the Commission and explained in general the new set of ordinances that we are working under is written to promote infill development, encourage multi -modal transport and increase density in the center of McCall. He feels this project that does all of this not to mention this is the first project of this type to apply to the Commission. Commissioner Feinberg responded to Mr. Ruemmele's comments. He said the problems that he sees is that not enough people from the community, including architects like himself, give feedback. Hearing no further testimonies, Chairman Youde closed the public hearing. Mr. Hormaechea addressed the Commission to respond to the comments made by Mr. Miller regarding parking and setback issues. Commissioner Feinberg asked Mr. Hormaechea to continue talking with Mr. Miller to get the issues resolved. Mr. Hormaechea advised that their intent is to work out the issues with Bryan Miller and his attorney to resolve their concerns. Chairman Youde asked Ms. Groenevelt if there were any additional issues. She advised when this project comes for final plat approval at that point it will be up to the Commission to determine if the property owners decide that they want their projects to be adjoining grade, if not, there will need to be adequate screening to make sure both properties are protected. Chairman Youde discussed his concerns and comforts with this project. He said he has been waiting for the applicant to address the issue of paying the in -lieu fee to the City parking garage construction fund for some or all of the parking reduction numbers. He is reluctantly but finally satisfied with the community housing. He said he feels this is one of the better projects and more sensitively designed large scaled projects for an area of town that the whole town has a stake in. Commissioner Jessup said that she isn't as concerned about the parking issue. She said this is a pedestrian walkway. She said she would like to see the community housing a little more defined in future phases. Commissioner Apperson agrees with Commissioner Jessup regarding the parking and it not really being an issue. She feels the unconventional park would benefit the developer more than the community. She said that she is not comfortable with the setback issue due to the testimony of the adjacent landowner. McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission October 3, 2006 Minutes Page 6 Commissioner Feinberg said that he feels the overall project is quality. He also feels the vehicle storage issue can easily be addressed in their CCR's. He said he does not have any concerns over the reduction in parking or the setback as stated in the code. He said he feels this project is a real asset to the community. Commissioner Feinberg said he would like to see them work something out with Bryan's Burger Den. Commissioner Schoedler said he feels that the in lieu part of the park is an asset to the community and will serve more than a 5 acre park in a subdivision. He said also the fact that it will be managed by the development instead of the Parks department. He does not have an issue with the set back. He would like to see an agreement between the property owners. Staff recommends that the Planning & Zoning Commission recommend approval of SUB-06-7, subject to conditions. Draft findings and conclusions for SUB-06-7 are attached. A motion was made by Chairman Youde to approve SUB-06-7 with the conditions recommended by Staff as summarized in the draft conclusions on pages 4 & 5; Commissioner Schoedler seconded the motion; motion carried. PUD-06-3 Alpine Village 616 N. 3rd Street The applications were submitted for preliminary plat, preliminary plan, conditional use permit, rezone, scenic route and design review approval to construct a mixed use project containing 4 buildings centered around a pedestrian mall on 4.9 acres. The pedestrian mall will connect 3rd Street and Railroad Avenue. The proposed buildings contain 97 market rate condominiums, 8 community housing condominiums, 14 off -site Community Housing Units, and approximately 31,000 sq. ft. of commercial space. A PUBLIC HEARING. A PUD application is required for projects greater than 2 areas in the CC zone. The PUD application is requesting a parking reduction of 282 required spaces to the proposed 257 parking spaces. The PUD also requests that deviations from the setbacks to modify the 20 foot setback requirement of MCC 3.10.08 C that "no common parking or maneuvering areas shall be within 20 feet of the boundary of the PUD, except where the PUD is designed to be connected and integrating with an adjoining development." The applicant is proposing to provide extensive screening to mitigate the impacts of the adjacent residential property. Staff recommends that the Planning & Zoning Commission recommend approval of PUD-06-3, subject to conditions. Draft findings and conclusions for PUD-06-3 are attached. A motion was made by Chairman Youde to approve PUD-06-3 with the conditions specified by Staff on pages 3 & 4 of the draft conclusions; Commissioner Feinberg seconded the motion. Commissioner Apperson said she would like to amend the motion to deny deviation from the setback requirements in MCC-3-10.08C; specific to Bryan's Burger Den northern boundary unless both land owners come to a written, binding. agreement. There was no second motion so the motion died. McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission October 3, 2006 Minutes Page 7 A vote on the original motion was made by Chairman Youde to approve PUD-06- 3 with the conditions recommended by Staff spelled out in pages 3 & 4; Commissioner Feinberg seconded the motion. Four votes were in favor, one voted nay; the motion passed. CUP-06-17 Alpine Village 616 N. 3rd Street A conditional use permit is required for the proposed building height to exceed 35 feet. The design of the building steps heights up from the perimeter of the project inward and uses a variety of roof lines and textures to ensure that the two portions of the projects which exceed 35 feet are integrated and unobtrusive to surround properties. A PUBLIC HEARING. A CUP is also required for outdoor and/or sidewalk eating and seating provisions. Park Requirement- To meet the Parks requirement, the applicant is proposing to do the following: a. All of the Plaza area within the Project will be appropriately dedicated for public use; b. The Master Association for the Alpine Village PUD will be solely responsible for the maintenance and upkeep of the Plaza; and, c. The Applicant will participate in the connection of the Plaza with the existing pedestrian path and planned City Campus. The applicant will make a presentation to the Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee on October 10 to obtain that committee's recommendation to City Council regarding the park proposal. Staff recommends that the Planning & Zoning Commission recommend approval of CUP-06-17. Draft findings and conclusions for CUP-06-17 are attached. Chairman Youde moved to approve CUP-06-17 with all twelve conditions spelled out in page 2 and the statement on pages 3 & 4 of the draft findings and conclusions; Commissioner Jessup seconded the motion; the motion carried. ZON-06-1 Alpine Village 616 N. 3rd Street The applications were submitted for preliminary plat, preliminary plan, conditional use permit, rezone, scenic route and design review approval to construct a mixed use project containing 4 buildings centered around a pedestrian mall on 4.9 acres. The pedestrian mall will connect 3rd Street and Railroad Avenue. The proposed buildings contain 97 market rate condominiums, 8 community housing condominiums, 14 off -site Community Housing Units, and approximately 31,000 sq. ft. of commercial space. A PUBLIC HEARING. Staff recommends that the Planning & Zoning Commission recommend approval of ZON-06-1. Draft findings and conclusions for ZON-06-1 are attached. Chairman Youde asked Ms. Groenevelt for any additional comments on the zoning issue. She advised there were only two conditions. She said the zoning McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission October 3, 2006 Minutes Page 8 designation generally conforms to future land use designation in the comprehensive plan and that the Commission should recommend to City Council to amend the zoning map from R8 Medium Density to Community Commercial as spelled out on page 2 of the draft findings and conclusions. Chairman Youde moved to approve ZON-06-1 Commissioner Feinberg and Schoedler seconded the motion; the motion carried. SR-06-12 Alpine Village 616 N. 3'd Street Scenic route approval is required to construct a mixed use project containing 4 buildings centered around a pedestrian mall on 4.9 acres. The pedestrian mall will connect 3rd Street and Railroad Avenue. The proposed buildings contain 97 market rate condominiums, 8 community housing condominiums, 14 off -site Community Housing Units, and approximately 31,000 sq. ft. of commercial space. A PUBLIC HEARING. Staff recommends that the Planning & Zoning Commission approve SR-06-12. Draft findings and conclusions for SR-06-12 are attached. Chairman Youde moved to approve SR-06-12 with one condition that states the pedestrian connection means pedestrian and bicycle; Commissioner Schoedler seconded the motion; motion approved. DR-06-20 Alpine Village 616 N. 3rd Street Design review is required for the approval to construct a mixed use project containing 4 buildings centered around a pedestrian mall on 4.9 acres. The pedestrian mall will connect 3rd Street and Railroad Avenue. The proposed buildings contain 97 market rate condominiums, 8 community housing condominiums, 14 off -site Community Housing Units, and approximately 31,000 sq. ft. of commercial space. A PUBLIC HEARING. Staff recommends that the Planning & Zoning Commission approve DR-06-20. Chairman Youde moved to approve DR-06-20; Commissioner Jessup seconded the motion; motion carried. SUB-06-6 Woodsman Redevelopment 402 N. 3'd Street A request for preliminary plat, general plan, conditional use Permit, scenic route, and design review approval construct condominium hotel. The mixed use redevelopment project consists of 84 condominiums and 21,428 sq. ft. of commercial/retail space on 2.2 acres. A PUBLIC HEARING. The McCall Area Comprehensive Plan Future Land Use Map (Figure 6) identifies the subject property as 'Central Business District.' It is adjacent to 'Medium Density Residential,' 'High Density Residential,' and 'Commercial' future land uses. McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission October 3, 2006 Minutes Page 9 Staff recommended that the applicant give his presentation before giving the staff report. Aram Stoney, manager of the Woodsman, introduced the following people involved in the project — Chris Olsen Architect, Jim Cecil one of the owners of Clearwater Lodging, Jim Hoover -Owner, and Dave Henderson. Chris Olsen, Architect, gave a presentation outlining the project and the features including a water feature and exterior fire pit. The inclusionary housing will be 20 percent and will be mixed throughout the project. He said that their site is 2.2 acres and the parks density would be required for 2.3 acre of park so they are not sure what to do. He said they have been talking with the Parks & Recreation to see if the pool could be used for the community swimming programs and for a swim team. Jim Cecil addressed the Commission and said that they are having a problem with the park requirement as it is calculated on 84 units and it doesn't take into account the existing use of the building which currently has 77 units. They have talked with Roger Millar and he advised them to talk with the Parks Committee. Mr. Cecil said their intent by building a junior size Olympic pool was to allow the use of the pool by Parks and Recreation and the school year round. Commissioner Jessup asked how many people currently rent rooms at the Woodsman. Ayram Stoney advised there are currently 13 apartments being rented. He said that all of the renters are aware of what is happening with the building and that they are currently on a 30-day lease. Jim Cecil said that he is concemed about not being about to sell the ten units on the lower floor. He said the may end up renting the units out to their employees. Michelle Groenevelt gave the staff report. Staff recommends approval of SUB-06-6 subject to the 18 conditions. Michael David, Valley/Adams Housing Authority, applauded the development in integrating the units on site. He said that as far as the concern for selling the units that he has 70 applicants that would benefit greatly from this development. The majority are single individuals or couples without children. Jim Cecil and Ayram Stoney advised the commission that they have received several positive comments from the public regarding the current project. Chairman Youde opened the public hearing on SUB-06-6, PUD-06-2, CUP-06- 16, SR-06-11 and DR-06-13. Hearing no comments for, against or about the proposed projects the Chairman closed the public hearing. Chairman Youde moved to approve SUB-06-6 with the staff conditions; Commissioner Schoedler seconded the motion; motion carried. McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission October 3, 2006 Minutes Page 10 PUD-06-2 Woodsman Redevelopment 402 N. 3id Street A PUD application is required for projects greater than 2 areas in the CC zone. Multifamily dwellings require a conditional use permit but these may be approved may be approved under the Planned Unit Development application. A PUBLIC HEARING. Staff recommends approval of PUD-06-2 with the same conditions as written in the subdivision conditions. Commissioner Apperson moved to approve PUD-06-2; Commissioner Schoedler seconded the motion; motion carried. CUP-06-16 Woodsman Redevelopment 402 N. 3rd Street A conditional use permit is required for the proposed building height to exceed 35 feet. The building located along 3rd Street is 29 feet with a one story building (lobby) connecting the building on the western portion of the property. This building is 35 feet in height and on the southeastern section (approximately'/< of the building) and the rest of the building is 45 feet in height. A PUBLIC HEARING. Staff recommends approval of CUP-06-16 with draft findings & conclusions. Staff has found that they have met all twelve conditions. Chairman Youde moved to approve CUP-06-16 with draft findings & conclusions; Commissioner Schoedler seconded the motion; motion carried. SR-06-11 Woodsman Redevelopment 402 N. 3'd Street Scenic route approval is required for the proposed building height to exceed 35 feet. The building located along 3rd Street is 29 feet with a one story building (lobby) connecting the building on the western portion of the property. This building is 35 feet in height and on the southeastern section (approximately''/< of the building) and the rest of the building is 45 feet in height. A PUBLIC HEARING. Staff recommends that the Planning & Zoning Commission approve SR-06-11. Commissioner Schoedler moved to approve SR-06-11; Commissioner Jessup seconded the motion; motion carried. DR-06-13 Woodsman Redevelopment 402 N. 3rd Street Design review is required for the proposed building height to exceed 35 feet. The building located along 3rd Street is 29 feet with a one story building (lobby) McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission October 3, 2006 Minutes Page 11 connecting the building on the western portion of the property. This building is 35 feet in height and on the southeastern section (approximately %< of the building) and the rest of the building is 45 feet in height. A PUBLIC HEARING. Staff recommends approval of DR-06-13. Commissioner Schoedler moved to approve DR-06-13; Commissioner Jessup seconded the motion; motion carried. SUB-06-5 (requesting continuance to the November 7, 2006 meeting) Cross Bar Condominiums Corner of Rio Vista Blvd. & Boydstun St. Clayn Snoderegger representing Cross Bar LLC: An application for preliminary plat to construct a mixed use development consisting of 8 buildings. Each proposed building will contain 2 retail spaces on the ground floor and 6 condominium units. A PUBLIC HEARING. Without objection SUB-06-5 was continued to the November 7, 2006 meeting. PUD-06-1 (requesting continuance to the November 7, 2006 meeting) Cross Bar Condominiums Corner of Rio Vista Blvd. & Boydstun St. Clayn Snoderegger representing Cross Bar LLC: An application for general plan, to construct a mixed use development consisting of 8 buildings. Each proposed building will contain 2 retail spaces on the ground floor and 6 condominium units. A PUBLIC HEARING. Without objection PUD-06-1 was continued to the November 7, 2006 meeting. DR-06-14 (requesting continuance to the November 7, 2006 meeting) Cross Bar Condominiums Corner of Rio Vista Blvd. & Boydstun St. Clayn Snoderegger representing Cross Bar LLC: An application for design review to construct a mixed -use development consisting of 8 buildings. Each proposed building will contain 2 retail spaces on the ground floor and 6 condominium units. A PUBLIC HEARING. Without objection DR-06-14 was continued to the November 7, 2006 meeting. ZON-06-2 (requesting continuance to the November 7, 2006 meeting) Broken Ridge Commons West Valley Road Johnson Architects for Broken Ridge Partners, LLC: A rezone application to rezone Lots 2, 3 and 4 within the Broken Ridge Commons along the north side of West Valley Road from the existing R8-Medium Density Residential to CC - Community Commercial zone to allow for mixed use buildings. A PUBLIC HEARING. Without objection ZON-06-2 was continued to the November 7, 2006 meeting. McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission October 3, 2006 Minutes Page 12 CONSENT AGENDA ROS-06.18 TBD Lenora Street McCall's 1st Addition Lots 8 and 9, Block 14 A record of survey application to combine two non -conforming lots into one lot. The resultant lot conforms to the underlying zone. NOT A PUBLIC HEARING. ROS-06-19 3835 Warren Wagon Road A record of survey application to take 3 existing lots on Warren Wagon and rearrange the lot lines to reconfigure the lot lines to create 3 conforming lots with a shared driveway. NOT A PUBLIC HEARING. DR-06-33 McCall Pet Outfitters 200 Lenora Street A design review application to operate a retail pet supply store in an existing building, formerly the 'The Game Room.' NOT A PUBLIC HEARING. DR-06-35 130 Hubbard St. A design review application for an 864 sq. ft. house with a 6 feet covered porch on a non -conforming lot. NOT A PUBLIC HEARING. DR-06-37 1502 Mil! Road Le Bennett representing Mill Park Condominiums: A design review application to construct a structure measuring 6' wide by 26' long with a height of 13' to enclose 8 refuse containers. NOT A PUBLIC HEARING. A motion was made by Commissioner Schoedler to approve all five items on the consent agenda; the motion was seconded by Commissioner Feinberg; motion carried. 4. NEW BUSINESS PRE -APPLICATION (SUB, CUP, SR, DR) Scandia Inn Andy Olree: A pre -application meeting to discuss a site plan for a new development on the Scandia Inn property. NOT A PUBLIC HEARING. Andy Olree said they are looking for some guidance from the Commission. He advised the Commission to discussion their proposal of 27 residential units. He said that each proposed residential unit would include 2 enclosed parking spaces with a tandem space for an ATV, snowmobile, etc. He said they are proposing some duplexes, some triplexes and are looking to have some diversity in height i.e. some 35 foot heights varying to 45 and 48 feet in height. The height limit issues in the residential zone as well as zoning proposals were discussed with the applicant and the Commission. McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission October 3, 2006 Minutes Page 13 Commissioner Feinberg addressed the issue of snow removal and the difficulty in the proposed area. Chairman Youde advised the applicants to visit with the fire department. Michelle advised the applicants to email her with their proposal and they can she can work with them. PRE -APPLICATION (CUP, DR) 938 Strawberry Lane Ronald and Nancy Bush: A pre -application meeting to discuss the construction of a 13'x50' foot building on the property to operate a day care/preschool facility. The proposed building is a pre -manufactured building to match the existing home. NOT A PUBLIC HEARING. The applicants were not present. PRE -APPLICATION (CUP) 436 Ringel Street John and Julie Ghio: A pre -application meeting to discuss the construction of a garage with a guesthouse above. The property is more particularly described as: Evergreen Terrace #3 Lot 76. NOT A PUBLIC HEARING. John Ghio addressed the Commission and explained he would like to build a garage with a full apartment above. Michelle advised this will require a CUP. DR-06-34 Aspen Village Sports Complex 1617 Davis Avenue A design review application for a new athletic facility for Aspen Village Condominium Association. The proposed building will replace the original building that burned down in 2004. The proposed sports facility plans utilize the same foundations and footings as the former building. The building will be an exercise facility with a swimming pool, racquetball court, and basketball court. A PUBLIC HEARING. The Future Land use Map (figure 6) in the McCall Area Comprehensive Plan identifies the property and surrounding properties as "Medium Density Residential." Per MCC 3.16.02, design review is required for public or private clubhouses and recreational facilities. Staff recommends approval of DR-06-34. Matt Brown with Hansen -Rice representing the Aspen Village Sports Complex addressed the Commission and asked if they had any questions of the project. Chairman Youde asked about the lighting on the building and the sign. He also asked if the memberships would be open to the public or would rather keep it to the homeowner's board. Mr. Brown said he would let the Association answer that question. McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission October 3, 2006 Minutes Page 14 Chairman Youde asked Mr. Brown about the issues of corrosion. He assured the commission that they have taken that into consideration and have addressed this. Ed Hershberger, President of the Association addressed the Commission to outline the CCR's and the design guidelines for the Sports complex. He said they stand behind Hansen -Rice's design as it fully complies. Mr. Hershberger also addressed the question on membership. Chairman Youde opened the public hearing on DR-06-34. Dave Holland, 1607 Davis (office) and resides at 1597 Mile High Drive. He is on the board of directors for the Aspen Village and also the President of the homeowners association of the time-share portion of Aspen Village. He said there are some internal disagreements on the design of the building and how it should function. He is definitely in favor of seeing this move forward. He feels they have met all the requirements. Susan Staats Unit #86 is opposed of the building as she feels there is no need for a full athletic club, She feels it needs to be scaled down to a clubhouse. She feels this is going to increase the fees to where they won't be able to afford to live there anymore. Bob Evans, Unit #62 is opposed to the Sports Complex. He said that this is proposed to be located right in the middle of the complex verses right off of Davis Street. He feels a Community Center works better than a Sports Complex. He said that owners have presented another option, however it was never taken into consideration. Mr. Evans said that owners have not been asked what type of facility they would like to have Pat Hansen Unit #92 and also representing unit 93, 94 and 100 said they are all opposed to the complex as it is drawn. She said they feel they do not need a second floor with an apartment that is not handicapped accessible and that the original square footage of 10,000 sq ft is sufficient. Dave Shurtleff Unit #60 is opposed to the project as he feels this does not compliment Aspen Village. He said the building that burned was not an attractive building and that now they have the opportunity to build something ascetically pleasing. Jack Hyatt Unit #65 said he is a licensed architect. Mr. Hyatt feels the homeowners' input has been ignored. He said that they do not feel that the building has been thought out. Mr. Hyatt said that he and Mr. Shurtleff were asked to be on the board to design the sports complex. He feels that some the interior elements do not make sense as well. He talked about some research of other health clubs he conducted in the Boise area. He feels this was poorly thought out. He and his continuance would like a continuance for 90 days to be able to get the input from all the homeowners. McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission October3, 2006 Minutes Page 15 Chairman Youde asked the applicant if he'd like to respond. Mr. Brown said he would like to clarify the intent of the design. He said a lot of the issues will be clarified with Mr. Hershberger. Commissioner Feinberg feels that the Commission should honor the homeowner's request to give them 90 days to come back with a decision from all the homeowners. He feels there is too much controversy among the homeowners to make a decision. Commissioner Feinberg moved to continue DR-06-34 to the regular January 2007 meeting; Commissioner Jessup seconded the motion. Chairman Youde reminded the Commission that the role of the Planning and Zoning Commission is to determine if the project fits the McCall Design Guidelines and not to get in the middle of the Home Owner's Association. Commissioner Feinberg rescinded his motion to continue the project until January 2007. Commissioner Feinberg moved to deny the design review proposal; Commissioner Jessup seconded the motion; motion carried. There is an option to withdraw or amend. 5. OTHER Village at Deer Forest — change "BBQ Park" to "Open Space Park" Michael Goldman applicant addressed the Commission and said that with the traffic pattern on the road this space would not work as a barbecue park. The Commission agreed that he could change the use of the park from barbecue to open space. Chairman Youde advised the board of the special meeting on Oct 24 and the next regular Planning and Zoning meeting that will be held on November 7 at the McCall Golf Course. 6. ADJOURNMENT Hearing no further business the meeting adjourned at 10:10 p.m. McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission October 3, 2006 Minutes Page 16 Chairman Youde asked the applicant if he'd like to respond. Mr. Brown said he would like to clarify the intent of the design. He said a lot of the issues will be clarified with Mr. Hershberger. Commissioner Feinberg feels that the Commission should honor the homeowner's request to give them 90 days to come back with a decision from all the homeowners. He feels there is too much controversy among the homeowners to make a decision. Commissioner Feinberg moved to continue DR-06-34 to the regular January 2007 meeting; Commissioner Jessup seconded the motion. Chairman Youde reminded the Commission that the role of the Planning and Zoning Commission is to determine if the project fits the McCall Design Guidelines and not to get in the middle of the Home Owner's Association. Commissioner Feinberg rescinded his motion to continue the project until January 2007. Commissioner Feinberg moved to deny the design review proposal; Commissioner Jessup seconded the motion; motion carried. There is an option to withdraw or amend. 5. OTHER Village at Deer Forest — change "BBQ Park" to "Open Space Park" Michael Goldman applicant addressed the Commission and said that with the traffic pattern on the road this space would not work as a barbecue park. The Commission agreed that he could change the use of the park from barbecue to open space. Chairman Youde advised the board of the special meeting on Oct 24 and the next regular Planning and Zoning meeting that will be held on November 7 at the McCall Golf Course. 6. ADJOURNMENT Hearing no further business the meeting adjocir RgtFe Y.ie, Chairman & Zoning Commission ATTEST: j 4 C7 i t (i K ! ' � � // Carrie Rus'hby J Administrative Assistant McCall Area Planning and Zoning Commission October 3, 2006 Minutes Page 16 CITY OF McCALL TRANSPORTATION ADVISORY COMMITTEE MINUTES June 21, 2006 CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL: Chairman Richard Coonts called the regular meeting to order at 12:07 p.m. Members Rod Nielsen and Dwight Utz answered roll call. A quorum was present. City staff members present were Roger Millar/Deputy City Manager, Rick Schiermeier/Utility Services Crew Supervisor and Gail Draper/Public Works Sr. Administrative Assistant. MINUTES: The May 10, 2006, minutes were reviewed. Mr. Utz requested a change to the sixth paragraph under `Business" to read "Mr. Utz discussed the issue of the City's use of clean burning and fuel efficient City vehicles." Mr. Utz made the motion to approve the minutes as corrected. Mr. Nielsen seconded the motion. The motion was approved unanimously. BUSINESS: Mr. Coonts discussed the four-way stop intersection at Roosevelt Ave. and Pine St. The day care/school at that intersection is now closed. Can the stop signs be removed on Wooley Ave. westbound and Pine St. eastbound so only Roosevelt Ave. and Lenora St. stop. Mr. Millar stated it requires a recommendation from the Committee to Mr. Millar/Community Development & Infrastructure and Chief of Police Summers. It was recommended to put up Traffic Revision and Cross Traffic signs. Mr. Nielsen made the motion to recommend removing the stop signs on Wooley Ave. westbound and Pine St. eastbound at Roosevelt Ave. Mr. Utz seconded the motion. The motion was approved unanimously. Mr. Coonts discussed that Rumpledinx at 509 Pine St. has a "Customer Parking Only" sign in the City right of way. Mr. Millar recommended Mr. Coonts contact the City Code Enforcement Officer, Cheryl Rabe. Back -in diagonal parking on Roosevelt Ave. was discussed. This would allow additional parking on this street. It would have to be paved and a pedestrian walkway put it. The Urban Renewal Agency will be contacted regarding this. Mark Briant sent an email to Gail Draper on 06/06/06 advising he was unexpectedly returning to the Seattle area and would not be able to participate on the Committee any longer. He stated he would send Mr. Coonts a resignation letter. Mr. Coonts requested the members spread the word of the opening. Brenna Chaloupka at City Hall to be contacted to place an ad in the Star News for the opening. Mr. Nielsen will contact Community Voice. Page 1 of 3 June 21, 2006 Transportation Advisory Committee Minutes Mr. Nielsen asked about the completion of Spring Mountain Blvd. to Lick Creek Road. Mr. Schiermeier stated the goal is to have the graveled road bed completed by Labor Day and after it sets over the winter, pave it in the spring/summer. Mr. Coonts discussed TAC members attending other committee meetings. He suggested going to the chairperson of the committee in question and ask them to contact the TAC regarding TAC related issues to be discussed at a future meeting. Local ITD projects were discussed. Mr. Millar stated he has contacted ITD regarding the Boydstun St. project and the Jacob St./Hwy. 55 turn lane. Mr. Millar stated when the 3rd St. Project Development is in place, ITD will become more involved in improving Hwy. 55 through McCall. Mr. Millar said the Urban Renewal Agency is looking at forming a district from Jacob St. to Railroad Ave. Mr. Coonts asked Mr. Millar about the status of the Davis Ave./Lick Creek Road intersection. Mr. Millar has met with Dennis Coyle, Ponderosa State Park Director. The application has been submitted to the State Parks Department. Mr. Coonts discussed the Mission St./Deinhard Lane intersection. He said when you are traveling east on Deinhard Lane, it is difficult to see the Mission St. intersection. City Staff will look into warning signage for this intersection. Mr. Coonts asked Mr. Millar if he has had a response from the City Engineer, Betsy Roberts, regarding their review of intersections earlier this spring. Mr. Millar said he had not and recommended Mr. Coonts to contact Ms. Roberts. Mr. Utz discussed the striping on Deinhard Lane eastbound at Mission St. Mr. Millar stated that when the Public Works crew switches from white paint to yellow, the lines on Deinhard Lane will be adjusted. Mr. Utz discussed the signage leaving Ponderosa State Park on Davis Ave. then right on Wooley Ave. onto Pine St. to Railroad Ave. to Hwy. 55. As the Parks Department supplies those signs, it was recommended to contact them requesting a Hwy. 55 sign be placed at the Pine St./Roosevelt Ave. intersection. Mr. Utz discussed parking on 3rd St./Hwy. 55. He has spoken with ITD. He was told they are researching the issue. They indicated it should be addressed by City ordinance. A City/ITD agreement regarding working together on this corridor was discussed. Mr. Millar said he has researched the parking issue and been in contact with ITD. They have been working very well with the City. The Mill restaurant parking was discussed. Possible parallel parking, rather than diagonal parking was discussed. The next Transportation Advisory Committee meeting will be on August 9, 2006. Page 2 of 3 June 21, 2006 Transportation Advisory Committee Minutes ADJOURNMENT: Mr. Nielsen made a motion to adjourn at 1:00 p.m. Mr. Utz seconded the motion. The motion was approved unanimously. Submitted By: Ribhard Coonts June 21, 2006 Page 3 of 3 June 21, 2006 Transportation Advisory Committee Minutes Attest By: Thd re/1 Ga 1 Draper u e 21, 2006 City of McCall Urban Renewal Agency Minutes 8/15/06 CITY OF MCCALL URBAN RENEWAL AGENCY Meeting Minutes August 15, 2006 1. CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL The meeting was called to order at 8:15 AM. Present were Rick Fereday, John Watkins, Bonnie Bertram and Don Bailey. Quorum present. Absent were Scott Findlay, Fred Drake and Robin Gerblick. 2. APPROVAL OF MINUTES a. June 20 URA Meeting A motion was made by Don Bailey and seconded by Bonnie Bertram that the minutes from the June 20 URA Meeting be approved as read; motion carried. b. July 18 URA Meeting A motion was made by Don Bailey and seconded by Bonnie Bertram that the minutes from the July 18 URA Meeting be approved as read; motion carried. 3. APPROVAL OF EXPENDITURES a. CH2M Hill Invoice Roger Millar advised the board that John Larsen added a description of services for this billing period to this invoice at the top. Roger said from Staffs perspectives these are all services from what they said they were going to do. They are still contractually obligated deliver the product for the price quoted. Roger advised the board that Mandy Roberts will have the design review ready on September 12th with cost estimates. This will be ready for adoption at the next URA meeting in September. Don Bailey said he would like to see completion of all hard infrastructures in Phase I. Roger Millar advised the cost of Phase I and Phase II should be broken down. He said the board walk design will be simpler and Tess expensive. They are actually replacing sand with walkways due to ADA. Although there will be less sand there will be a lot more useable space with moving the parking off site. Don Bailey said he is pleased with the overall project and that he has heard more positive comments than negative. Roger Millar feels we are still in scope for the budget. City of McCall Urban Renewal Agency Minutes 8/15/06 Don Bailey made a motion to approve the June 30, 2006 invoice Bonnie Bertram seconded the motion and the motion carried. 3. 2006-2007 BUDGET DEVELOPMENT a. Staff presentation - Roger Millar went over in detail the draft budget for 2006-2007. He said this is not a final budget. He told the URA board that a budget hearing needs to be set for the next meeting in September to formally adopt the budget. b. Schedule Budget Hearing The budget hearing and adoption to approve the resolution was set for the September 19t' meeting. Roger Millar will share the information with Marie Owen. 4. ADJOURNMENT There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 9:00am. City of McCall Urban Renewal Agency Minutes 8/18/06 CITY OF MCCALL URBAN RENEWAL AGENCY Meeting Minutes August 18, 2006 1. CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL The meeting was called to order at 8:05 AM. Present were Rick Fereday, John Watkins, Bonnie Bertram, Scott Findlay, Robin Gerblick and Don Bailey. Absent was Fred Drake. 2. PUBLIC HEARING ON URBAN RENEWAL BOND RESOLUTION a. Staff presentation Roger Millar advised the URA board that this public meeting is to receive any written or oral comments regarding the Resolution to seek Judicial Confirmation. b. Public Hearing Chairman Rick Fereday opened the public hearing. There was nobody present in the audience to testify for or against. Chairman Rick Fereday closed the public hearing. Roger Millar advised the URA board that Resolution No. 06-03 can formally be adopted at the September 19th meeting. 3. ADJOURNMENT There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 8:10am. City of McCall Urban Renewal Agency Minutes 9/19/06 CITY OF MCCALL URBAN RENEWAL AGENCY Meeting Minutes September 19, 2006 1. CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL The meeting was called to order at 8:10 AM. Present were Chairman Rick Fereday, John Watkins, Bonnie Bertram, Scott Findlay and Don Bailey. Quorum present. Fred Drake and Robin Gerblick were absent. 2. MINUTES a. August 7 URA Board Meeting b. August 15 URA Board Meeting c. August 18 URA Board Meeting A motion was made by Don Bailey and seconded by Scott Findlay that the minutes from the August 7, August 15, and August 18, 2006 URA Meetings be approved as read; motion carried. 3. APPROVAL OF EXPENDITURES a. CH2M Hill August invoice John Larson advised there is a description of services performed at the top of the invoice. This is basically coordination time for that billing period. There were meetings, survey time, drafting associated with the street layout and services. This also includes some office accounting from CH2MHill and a $5,000 bill from Otak. Rick Fereday asked John if this is all within the scope of the purchase order. John advised that it is. Don Bailey made a motion to approve the July 28, 2006 invoice of $26,385.29, Scott Findlay seconded the motion; the motion carried. b. Bond Administration invoice Chairman Rick Fereday advised this is the ongoing U.S. Bank fees for administrative fees and for them to act as trustees. Bonnie Bertram made a motion to approve the bond administration invoice, Scott Findlay seconded the motion; the motion carried. City of McCall Urban Renewal Agency Minutes 9/19/06 4. 2006-2007 URBAN RENEWAL AGENCY BUDGET (Public Hearing) Chairman Rick Fereday opened the public hearing on the 2006-2007 Urban Renewal Agency Budget. Lindley Kirkpatrick, City Manager, explained the budget in detail with the board. He advised the URA they will be building some net funds at the end of the year. Rick asked John Larson how the numbers took compared to what they were estimating. John said these numbers are better. Chairman Rick Fereday asked if there were any comments from the public. Hearing no comments from the public Rick closed the public hearing. There was discussion between the board, Lindley Kirkpatrick and John Larson regarding the schedule on the bond sale and the revenue in the bank. Scott Findlay made a motion to approve the URA 2006-2007 budget, Bonnie Bertram seconded the motion; motion carried. 5. URBAN RENEWAL PLAN UPDATE a. Resolution 06-3 Judicial Confirmation Chairman Rick Fereday asked for comments from the public. Hearing none Rick asked if the board had any questions. Rick mention that on page two, item one of Resolution 06-3 the sentence needs to read "in the amount of $5,040,000.00" not "in the amount stated above". Scott Findlay made a motion to adopt Resolution 06-3 as amended, Bonnie Bertram seconded the motion; motion carried. 6. NEW BUSINESS John Watkins advised the board that he had recently spoken with Marie Owen and that she is still unsure of the process with the sale of her property and would like better clarification. She would like to close before the end of the year. The board agreed this property is an extremely high priority to the URA and that they are motivated to make the deal happen. Bill Shultz representing Silvertip LLC advised the board that they are interested in purchasing the piece of property URA owns next to the church. The Silvertip Partners will be in McCall later this afternoon. City of McCall Urban Renewal Agency Minutes 9/19/06 Scott Findlay advised they meet with Lindley. There was discussion of the property. Don Bailey suggested that the board get the advice of our City attorney. Scott Findlay said he feels that the fees being charged for the amount of work left to do is too high. Lindley suggested this discussion be put on the next agenda so that we can have a discussion after everyone has more current information in hand. John Larson will talk to Otak and tell them to be prepared in two weeks. It was agreed among the Urban Renewal board that the next Urban Renewal meeting be changed to the 3rd of October. 7. ADJOURNMENT There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 9:45 AM.