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Summary
PL2019017
Lee's Summit Senior Living Community
Commercial Preliminary Development Plan
Approved
01/17/2019
METCALF BANK
Locations
Reviews
Review Type Outcome Est. Completion Completed
Traffic Review Approved with Conditions 03/04/2019 03/07/2019
Michael Park N/A
Informational
03/07/2019

Improvements to Oldham Parkway (widening for left-turn lanes and urban standards) generally depicted on the PDP shall be constructed.
Informational
03/07/2019

Princeton Drive shall be extended from the existing dead-end to Oldham Parkway as a residential public street generally as depicted on the PDP.
Informational
03/07/2019

A traffic signal is warranted at the intersection of Oldham Parkway and Ranson Road. Though recommended by staff prior to occupancy of the development for adequate infrastructure, the intersection is MoDOT jurisdiction and MoDOT has provided written notice that it will not require traffic signal control for the subject PDP. Considering MoDOT's advance notice that it will not require traffic signal control at this location, staff has not listed the traffic signal as a condition of approval knowing MoDOT would waive such condition and the City does not exercise control over MoDOT right-of-way decisions.
Informational
03/07/2019

Refer to TIA for staff traffic report.
Planning Review Approved with Conditions 03/04/2019 03/06/2019
Jennifer Thompson N/A
Fire Review Corrections 03/04/2019 03/05/2019
Jim Eden N/A
Code Statement
Informational
02/19/2019

All issues pertaining to life safety and property protection from the hazards of fire, explosion or dangerous conditions in new and existing buildings, structures and premises, and to the safety to fire fighters and emergency responders during emergency operations, shall be in accordance with the 2012 International Fire Code. Plans submitted after April 1, 2019 will be reviewed under the 2018 International Fire Code and local amendments.
Fire Lanes
Corrective Action Required
02/19/2019

IFC 503.2.1 - Fire apparatus access roads shall have an unobstructed width of not less than 20 feet (6096 mm), exclusive of shoulders, except for approved security gates in accordance with Section 503.6, and an unobstructed vertical clearance of not less than 13 feet 6 inches (4115 mm). SECTION D105 AERIAL FIRE APPARATUS ACCESS ROADS D105.1 Where required. Where the vertical distance between the grade plane and the highest roof surface exceeds 30 feet (9144 mm), approved aerial fire apparatus access roads shall be provided. For purposes of this section, the highest roof surface shall be determined by measurement to the eave of a pitched roof, the intersection of the roof to the exterior wall, or the top of parapet walls, whichever is greater. D105.2 Width. Aerial fire apparatus access roads shall have a minimum unobstructed width of 26 feet (7925 mm), exclusive of shoulders, in the immediate vicinity of the building or portion thereof. D105.3 Proximity to building. At least one of the required access routes meeting this condition shall be located within a minimum of 15 feet (4572 mm) and a maximum of 30 feet (9144 mm) from the building, and shall be positioned parallel to one entire side of the building. The side of the building on which the aerial fire apparatus access road is positioned shall be approved by the fire code official. D105.4 Obstructions. Overhead utility and power lines shall not be located over the aerial fire apparatus access road or between the aerial fire apparatus road and the building. Other obstructions shall be permitted to be placed with the approval of the fire code official. Action required: The fire lane for the multi-story facility shall meet this requirement. Fire lanes are measured by drivable surface and do not include curbs.
Hydrants
Resolved
03/05/2019

IFC 507.5.1 - Where a portion of the facility or building hereafter constructed or moved into or within the jurisdiction is more than 300 feet from a hydrant on a fire apparatus access road, as measured by an approved route around the exterior of the facility or building, on-site fire hydrants and mains shall be provided where required by the fire code official. Action required: Provide a hydrant plan.
Water Supply
Corrective Action Required
02/19/2019

IFC 507.1 - An approved water supply capable of supplying the required fire flow for fire protection shall be provided to premises upon which facilities, buildings or portions of buildings are hereafter constructed or moved into or within the jurisdiction. Action required: Provide a water model that provides the fire flow indicated by amended IFC Table B-105.2. A 50 percent reduction in required fire flow is allowed for buildings with automatic fire sprinkler systems.
FDC
Resolved
03/05/2019

IFC 903.3.7 - Fire department connections. The location of fire department connections shall be approved by the fire code official. Connections shall be a 4 inch Storz type fitting and located within 100 feet of a fire hydrant, or as approved by the code official. Action required: Show the location of the FDC(s) and associated hydrant(s).
Imposed Loads
Corrective Action Required
02/19/2019

IFC 503.2.3 - Fire apparatus access roads shall be designed and maintained to support the imposed loads of fire apparatus and shall be surfaced so as to provide all-weather driving capabilities. Action required: Provide a paving plan.
Engineering Review Corrections 03/04/2019 02/22/2019
Gene Williams N/A
Corrective Action Required
02/22/2019

There are questions concerning the required fire flow for the development. In addition, there are questions concerning the unsealed report. Typically, reports of this nature must be signed and sealed by a registered professional engineer. This was not done. Futher, a fire hydrant was used which is across the highway, and hydraulically distant from the point in question. Questionable assumptions were made as well. It is our opinion that the single point connection shown on the Preliminary Development Plan will not be capable of supplying the required fire flows.
Corrective Action Required
02/22/2019

It appears a 12 inch water line will be required to be constructed from Ranson Rd., proceeding easterly along Oldham Pkwy., then reduced to an 8 inch water line along Princeton Rd. in a southerly direction to the existing connection point at the north end of the existing Princeton Rd.
DE C&O #01 Eng Plans – FDP/PDP
Corrective Action Required
02/22/2019

All required engineering plans and studies, including water lines, sanitary sewers, storm drainage, streets and erosion and sediment control shall be submitted along with the final development plan. All public infrastructure must be substantially complete, prior to the issuance of any certificates of occupancy.
DE C&O #03 Eng & Insp Fees
Corrective Action Required
02/22/2019

All Engineering Plan Review and Inspection Fees shall be paid prior to approval of the associated engineering plans and prior to the issuance of any infrastructure permits or the start of construction (excluding land disturbance permit).
DE C&O #04 Cert FA or Escrow
Corrective Action Required
02/22/2019

All subdivision-related public improvements must have a Certificate of Final Acceptance prior to approval of the final plat, unless security is provided in the manner set forth in the City's Unified Development Ordinance (UDO) Section 16.340. If security is provided, building permits may be issued upon issuance of a Certificate of Substantial Completion of the public infrastructure as outlined in Section 1000 of the City's Design and Construction Manual.
DE C&O #06 Land Disturbance
Corrective Action Required
02/22/2019

A Land Disturbance Permit shall be obtained from the City if ground breaking will take place prior to the issuance of an infrastructure permit, building permit, or prior to the approval of the Final Development Plan / Engineering Plans.
DE C&O #07 Easements
Corrective Action Required
02/22/2019

All permanent off-site water line easements, in a form acceptable to the City, shall be executed and recorded with the Jackson County Recorder of Deeds prior to the approval of any engineering plans for the off-site water line extension, or approval of the final plat. A certified copy shall be submitted to the City for verification.
DE C&O #12 Cut & Fill
Corrective Action Required
02/22/2019

Any cut and / or fill operations, which cause public infrastructure to exceed the maximum / minimum depths of cover shall be mitigated by relocating the infrastructure vertically and / or horizontally to meet the specifications contained within the City’s Design and Construction Manual.
Corrective Action Required
02/22/2019

Downstream sanitary sewer impacts present a major concern. The calculated hydraulic grade line using City design criteria show the existence of bottlenecks in the system (i.e., where the hyraulic grade line for the design event is above the pipe or even above the rim of the manhole), not only in the existing condition, but made worse by the proposed condition. The proposal to make a payment to the City, and have the recommended improvements take place at an unspecified date by the City may overload the system in the interim. This overload may have the potential to create downstream property damage and possible sanitary sewer overflows into surface waters. No analysis was presented to the City showing a "house-by-house" analysis of potential sanitary sewer backups, nor any analysis of potential overflows into surface waters. It is for these reasons that the City cannot support the development, unless these questions and concerns can be adequately addressed by the applicant.
DE C&O #09 FDP Reviews
Corrective Action Required
03/08/2019

Certain aspects of the development plan will be further reviewed during the Final Development Plan phase of the project. This includes detailed aspects of the design to help ensure that the plan meets the design criteria and specifications contained in the Design and Construction Manual.
DE C&O #09 FDP Reviews
Corrective Action Required
03/08/2019

Certain aspects of the development plan will be further reviewed during the Final Development Plan phase of the project. This includes detailed aspects of the design to help ensure that the plan meets the design criteria and specifications contained in the Design and Construction Manual.
Planning Review Corrections 02/04/2019 02/05/2019
Jennifer Thompson N/A
Legal Description
Corrective Action Required
02/01/2019

Please submit an electronic copy of the legal description. Microsoft Word document or selectable text PDF are the preferred file formats. The legal description can be emailed to the planner's email address above.
Corrective Action Required
02/01/2019

All light fixtures on properties within or adjoining residential uses and/or districts shall not exceed 15 feet in height within the perimeter area. For purpose of this standard, the perimeter area shall be measured 100 feet from the property line closest to the residential use and /or district. Outside the perimeter area, the overall height may be increased to 20 feet, measured to the top of the fixture from grade. Please revise the photometric sheet and indicate the height of all fixtures. For the pole lighting, please include the height of the base and the pole height.
Corrective Action Required
02/04/2019

Please sumbit the manufactures specification for the SG fixture type and note on the photometric sheet the location.
Corrective Action Required
02/04/2019

The UDO requires a high impact buffer bewtween this property and the adjoing property to the east. Staff can discuss in more detail at the applicant's meeting.
Corrective Action Required
02/04/2019

Provide a detail of the proposed vinyl fencing. What color is the vinyl fencing? The screening requirements for the high impact buffer requires a six-foot opaque fencing with masonry pilasters. Please provide a detail with that incorporated in to the fence. The proposed landscaping located along the south property line needs to be discussed in more detail during the applicant's meeting.
Corrective Action Required
02/04/2019

Provide the sizes and species for the proposed landscaping. Please refer to Article 8 of the UDO for size requirements.
Corrective Action Required
02/04/2019

It was discussed at the pre-application meeting to position SE Princeton Drive immediately adjacent to the property to the east, so as to avoing the 20' strip running noth/south. Please shift the roadway to the east.
Corrective Action Required
02/04/2019

The tree species along the north property line need to be of an ornamental variety. A 25' UE and a 15' UE runs parallel to SW Oldham Pkwy, within this lot. Staff can't support the larger tree species within a easement. The parking spaces facing SE Oldham Pkwy need to be screened to meet the UDO parking lot screening requirements. (similiar to how the parking along SE Princeton Dr. is proposed).
Corrective Action Required
02/04/2019

Revise the landscape calculation for the open yard shrubs and tree requirements. Staff's calculation is different than what is shown on the plan. We can discuss more at the applicant's meeting.
Corrective Action Required
02/04/2019

On Sheet C2.0, revise the total parking spaces required to 154.
Corrective Action Required
02/04/2019

A narrative statement that explains the need for modification of the applicable zoning district regulations, as such modification is permitted pursuant to Article 2, shall be submitted in support of the application for the preliminary development plan approval. It seems the requested modifications for this plan are building height and potentially landscape high impact buffer (along eastern property line).
Corrective Action Required
02/04/2019

Trash enclosures are required to be constructed of masonry materials. is the underlying material CMU block with the cement board applied to the exterior? If so, that is acceptable.
Corrective Action Required
02/04/2019

Is a floor plan available?
Corrective Action Required
02/04/2019

Label and calculate the building height on the elevation sheets for each building. Please note the UDO's method for calculating building height. The definition for calculating building height can be found in Article 15., Section 15.650. On Sheet A2.2, elevation AL East, can additional windows be provided? On Sheet A2.2, elevation MCAL North, can additional gables/dormers be provided to break up the roof line? Provide the projection depths for the A2.2 Sheet elevations. It's hard to tell what kind of depth/offsets are proposed. There is concern some areas may appear too flat.
Corrective Action Required
02/04/2019

The landscape plan vs. the plat drawing. The front 10' UE water main easement is shown on the landscape plan, however on the plat it's shown as 15' general UE?
Corrective Action Required
02/04/2019

Need a 10'UE on Lot 2 on east side of plat. Is a UE needed along the south P/L for lot 1 and 2?
Corrective Action Required
02/04/2019

I didn't see a B/L on lot 1 east side.
Corrective Action Required
02/04/2019

Change all side yard setback labels to 20' per UDO SUP conditions.
Corrective Action Required
02/04/2019

Please provide a pavement detail, accessible sign details, refer to Article 8 of the UDO. Indicate the locations for heavy duty/light duty, etc.
Corrective Action Required
02/04/2019

Label the colors on the elevations.
Corrective Action Required
02/04/2019

Provide a statement indicating the location of all oil and gas wells, whether active, inactive, or capped. Also reference where this information was obtained.
Corrective Action Required
02/04/2019

Please respond in narrative form to the applicable Preliminary Development Plan criteria. The criteria can be found in Article 2, Division IV.
Corrective Action Required
02/04/2019

All signs shall be reviewed and approved by separate application through the Development Services Department.
Corrective Action Required
02/04/2019

The generator screening is required to be the same height as the equipment so as to be properly screened. Acceptable screening methods are a masonry wall or evergreen landscaping. Provide the locations of other Ground Mounted Units and indicate the method of screening.
Corrective Action Required
02/04/2019

Is it possible to get a floor plan?
Corrective Action Required
02/04/2019

Staff suggests conducting a neighborhood meeting for surrounding property owners, prior to resubmitting revised plans.
Corrective Action Required
02/05/2019

Provide the Lot numbers as part of the plat title.
Corrective Action Required
02/05/2019

A final plat shall be required.
Corrective Action Required
02/05/2019

The minimum width of driveways for ingress and egress shall be 24'. This shall include only the pavement and not the curb and gutters.
Corrective Action Required
02/05/2019

Are elevators proposed for the independent living building?
Traffic Review Corrections 02/04/2019 02/04/2019
Michael Park N/A
Corrective Action Required
02/04/2019

The traffic study must be updated to correctly assess the Unimproved Road Policy. The study indicates said policy is not applicable to this development; but the policy applies to all PDP's and no collectors are permitted as unimproved roadways (or interim roadways) unless waived by City Council regardless of traffic volume in association with a PDP.
Corrective Action Required
02/04/2019

The traffic study indicates a traffic signal is warranted at the intersection of Ranson and Oldham. The study further recommends a traffic signal be installed. Until such time a signal is constructed, the traffic control is inadequate to support the development. A traffic signal should be required for this project unless waived by MoDOT (since this intersection is controlled by MoDOT). Any other improvements deemed necessary to support this project by MoDOT should also be required prior to occupancy.
Corrective Action Required
02/04/2019

Documentation from MoDOT regarding their review, acceptance, and concurrance with the traffic study and associated traffic recommendations pertaining to the MoDOT system must be submitted prior to public hearing so staff can appropriately include necessary conditions of approval.
Corrective Action Required
02/04/2019

The traffic study or a supplemental narrative should be provided describing the overall development plan and expectations along the Oldham corridor east of Ranson, including the sequence of Oldham and Ranson road improvements proposed. This documenation would be shared in support of any developer request to defer otherwise required improvements to future phases (e.g. when will Oldham be improved in its entirety in compliance with the Unimproved Road Policy). As previously discussed, the developer is seeking partial improvements in consideration of the low trip generation use currently proposed (senior living/memory care) and future development on the remaining property that would complete the full improvements (commercial activity from west to east along the corridor). There has been no description or assessment submitted of the overall development plan and its impact to the area. This documentation would address the basic questions: Does the incremental development impede development of the remaining property and when will the road improvements be done in compliance with policies and standards if such interim waivers are requested for the subject PDP?
Corrective Action Required
02/04/2019

The traffic study should be updated to generally include: - assessment of site traffic circulation (appears okay) - address driveway/intersection separation based on LS Access Management Code (AMC) (appears compliant) - address driveway throat depth based on AMC (appears okay) - review turn lane requirements based on MoDOT Access Management Guidelines and LS AMC. (Left turn lanes should be required at proposed access, but right turn lanes not required).
Engineering Review Corrections 02/04/2019 02/04/2019
Gene Williams N/A
Corrective Action Required
02/04/2019

The results of the sanitary sewer analysis indicate surcharging well above the top of the manhole in sanitary sewer lines located within densely-populated residential areas. The analysis includes a scenario where the City will pay for improvements, at some unspecified date, to increase the capacity of these lines. It is recommended that a segment by segment versus building-by-building analysis be performed to determine what effect the development will have in the interim (i.e., before improvements are made to the system).
Corrective Action Required
02/04/2019

The proposed improvements to the sanitary sewer system appear to mitigate some of the effects of the increased load to the system, but not completely. There appear to be several segments where the hydraulic grade line increases, even with the proposed improvements being installed at the same time as this development. It is not clear what effect this will have on the downstream residents.
Corrective Action Required
02/04/2019

A spot check of the assumed pipe diameter yielded a discrepancy in the pipe size downstream of manhole 33-193. We are showing 21 inches, not 12 inches. Also, where is manhole 33-194 (i.e., supposedly the next downstream manhole)? We are showing the next downstream manhole as 33-470? It may be necessary to perform a field survey.
Corrective Action Required
02/04/2019

Additional discussion is needed on the downstream sanitary sewer issues. As previously commented, there is concern that the proposed downstream improvements may not be adequate to address the downstream bottlenecks, and there is concern that without performing these upgrades with the proposed development, there is the potential to create significant issues downstream of the development in terms of sanitary sewer backups into basements, and overflowing sanitary sewers into waterways.
Corrective Action Required
02/04/2019

The stormwater study appears to have assigned a curve number of 85 to what appears to be a pasture. In accordance with Section 5600 of the Design and Construction Manual, soil group C "undeveloped" areas should generally be assigned a CN of 74. TR-55 recommends a CN of 74 for a good condition pasture. Is this a row crop? Our aerial photos indicate this is a pasture. The higher CN value will affect the calculation of the allowable release rate, since a portion of the drainage is assigned to "off-site" drainage, and the higher CN will therefore yield a higher allowable release rate. We do not feel this is justified.
Corrective Action Required
02/04/2019

Without looping the water line along SE Oldham Pkwy., there are concerns that fire flows will not be met for this project.
Corrective Action Required
02/04/2019

Grading Plan: There are instances near the new road serving the development where slopes are greater than 4:1 within the right of way.
Corrective Action Required
02/04/2019

A MoDOT permit will be required for any work within their right of way (i.e., SE Oldham Pkwy.).
Corrective Action Required
02/04/2019

A backflow vault and backflow assembly is required outside the building, generally within a few feet of the water main. A gate valve must be shown immediately prior to the backflow vault.
Corrective Action Required
02/04/2019

Sheet C2.0: A note is provided showing "Lee's Summit Street Pavement". Please elablorate on whether this is a residential collector, commercial collector, etc.
Corrective Action Required
02/04/2019

A general utility easement is required along the entire length of Princeton Dr. It should be a minimum of 10 feet, and the proposed water line should be centered within this easement.
Fire Review Corrections 02/04/2019 01/28/2019
Jim Eden N/A
Code Statement
Informational
01/28/2019

All issues pertaining to life safety and property protection from the hazards of fire, explosion or dangerous conditions in new and existing buildings, structures and premises, and to the safety to fire fighters and emergency responders during emergency operations, shall be in accordance with the 2012 International Fire Code. Plans submitted after April 1, 2019 will be reviewed under the 2018 International Fire Code and local amendments.
Fire Lanes
Corrective Action Required
01/28/2019

IFC 503.2.1 - Fire apparatus access roads shall have an unobstructed width of not less than 20 feet (6096 mm), exclusive of shoulders, except for approved security gates in accordance with Section 503.6, and an unobstructed vertical clearance of not less than 13 feet 6 inches (4115 mm). SECTION D105 AERIAL FIRE APPARATUS ACCESS ROADS D105.1 Where required. Where the vertical distance between the grade plane and the highest roof surface exceeds 30 feet (9144 mm), approved aerial fire apparatus access roads shall be provided. For purposes of this section, the highest roof surface shall be determined by measurement to the eave of a pitched roof, the intersection of the roof to the exterior wall, or the top of parapet walls, whichever is greater. D105.2 Width. Aerial fire apparatus access roads shall have a minimum unobstructed width of 26 feet (7925 mm), exclusive of shoulders, in the immediate vicinity of the building or portion thereof. D105.3 Proximity to building. At least one of the required access routes meeting this condition shall be located within a minimum of 15 feet (4572 mm) and a maximum of 30 feet (9144 mm) from the building, and shall be positioned parallel to one entire side of the building. The side of the building on which the aerial fire apparatus access road is positioned shall be approved by the fire code official. D105.4 Obstructions. Overhead utility and power lines shall not be located over the aerial fire apparatus access road or between the aerial fire apparatus road and the building. Other obstructions shall be permitted to be placed with the approval of the fire code official. Action required: The fire lane for the multi-story facility shall meet this requirement. Fire lanes are measured by drivable surface and do not include curbs.
Hydrants
Corrective Action Required
01/28/2019

IFC 507.5.1 - Where a portion of the facility or building hereafter constructed or moved into or within the jurisdiction is more than 300 feet from a hydrant on a fire apparatus access road, as measured by an approved route around the exterior of the facility or building, on-site fire hydrants and mains shall be provided where required by the fire code official. Action required: Provide a hydrant plan.
Water Supply
Corrective Action Required
01/28/2019

IFC 507.1 - An approved water supply capable of supplying the required fire flow for fire protection shall be provided to premises upon which facilities, buildings or portions of buildings are hereafter constructed or moved into or within the jurisdiction. Action required: Provide a water model that provides the fire flow indicated by IFC Table B-105.1. A 50 percent reduction in required fire flow is allowed for buildings with automatic fire sprinkler systems.
FDC
Corrective Action Required
01/28/2019

IFC 903.3.7 - Fire department connections. The location of fire department connections shall be approved by the fire code official. Connections shall be a 4 inch Storz type fitting and located within 100 feet of a fire hydrant, or as approved by the code official. Action required: Show the location of the FDC(s) and associated hydrant(s).
Imposed Loads
Corrective Action Required
01/28/2019

IFC 503.2.3 - Fire apparatus access roads shall be designed and maintained to support the imposed loads of fire apparatus and shall be surfaced so as to provide all-weather driving capabilities. Action required: Provide a paving plan.
Assign Reviewers Complete 01/24/2019 01/23/2019
Michael Weisenborn N/A
Hearings
Title Location Date Time
Planning Commission Meeting 03/14/2019 05:00 PM Council Chambers 03/14/2019 05:00 PM
Application Review
Pending
03/14/2019
City Council Ordinance 04/16/2019 06:15 PM Council Chambers 04/16/2019 06:15 PM
Application Review
Pending
04/16/2019
City Council Public Hearing 04/02/2019 06:00 PM Council Chambers 04/02/2019 06:00 PM
Application Review
Pending
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