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Summary
PL2019075
ARIA/SUMMIT VILLAGE NORTH
Commercial Rezoning with Preliminary Development Plan
In Plan Review
02/15/2019
UNITY REALTY LLC
Locations
Reviews
Review Type Outcome Est. Completion Completed
Traffic Review Approved with Conditions 05/14/2019 05/16/2019
Michael Park N/A
Corrective Action Required
05/16/2019

Refer to TIA for conditions of approval.
Planning Review Approved with Conditions 05/14/2019 05/15/2019
Jennifer Thompson N/A
Engineering Review Approved with Conditions 05/14/2019 05/15/2019
Gene Williams N/A
DE Airport FAA-7460
Corrective Action Required
05/15/2019

For any development within two (2) miles of the Lee's Summit Municipal Airport property or any construction that is more then 200 feet tall, a FAA Form 7460 shall be completed and submitted to the FAA, and either a copy of the FAA approval or FAA review comments indicating their conditions for approval shall be submitted to the City prior to the issuance of any building permits.
DE Airport Flyover
Corrective Action Required
05/15/2019

The proposed development is located within either the Horizontal Surface, Approach Surface, or Conical Surface of the Part 77 Airspace of the Lee's Summit Municipal Airport. Therefore, this proposed development will be subject to frequent over flights of arriving and departing aircraft. (The radius of the Horizontal Surface is 10,000 feet from the ends of Runway 18-36 and 5,000 feet from the ends of Runway 11-29 and the Conical Surface is 4,000 feet wide. The Approach Surface varies in length and width depending on the runway.)
DE C&O #01 Eng Plans – FDP/PDP
Corrective Action Required
05/15/2019

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
05/15/2019

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
05/15/2019

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
05/15/2019

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
05/15/2019

All permanent off-site easements, in a form acceptable to the City, shall be executed and recorded with the Jackson County Recorder of Deeds prior to the issuance of a Certificate of Substantial Completion or approval of the final plat. A certified copy shall be submitted to the City for verification.
DE C&O #10 Mowing ROW
Corrective Action Required
05/15/2019

Upon approval of the proposed rezoning by City Council, the applicant will become responsible to provide the appropriate level of right-of-way maintenance (mowing) during each growing season with the defined area abutting their property as defined and outlined in the City’s Mowing Policy, approved by Council on November 3, 2005.
DE C&O #12 Cut & Fill
Corrective Action Required
05/15/2019

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
05/15/2019

Proposed stream buffers shown on the Preliminary Development Plan and Conceptual Plan shall be evaluated by the City Engineer prior to approval. In particular, the stream buffer shown on the Conceptual Plan to the south of the Aria development, shows the existence of proposed buildings, parking lots, and other development which would not be allowed within the stream buffer. Development within the stream buffer shown on the Conceptual Plan may not be supported by City staff.
DE Corps of Engineers
Corrective Action Required
05/15/2019

A US Army Corps of Engineers permit shall be obtained prior to issuance of any infrastructure or building permits.
Fire Review Approved with Conditions 05/14/2019 05/08/2019
Jim Eden N/A
Code Statement
Informational
05/07/2019

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. Projects reviewed after April 1, 2019 will be subject to the 2018 International Fire Code.
Fire Lanes
Corrective Action Required
05/07/2019

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 accessroads shall be provided. For purposes of this section, thehighest 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 mmediate vicinity of the building or portion thereof. D105.3 Proximity to building. One or more of the required access routes meeting this condition shall be located not less than 15 feet (4572 mm) and not greater than 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: Adjust fire lane widths and set backs from the building in the commercial areas.
Hydrants
Corrective Action Required
05/07/2019

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: A hydrant plan will need to be submiitted for the commercial area.
Water Supply
Corrective Action Required
05/07/2019

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: A water model shall be provided when the types of construction for the commercial araes are known.
Traffic Review Corrections 04/16/2019 05/07/2019
Dawn Bell N/A
Planning Review Corrections 04/16/2019 05/07/2019
Dawn Bell N/A
Engineering Review Corrections 04/16/2019 04/17/2019
Gene Williams N/A
Corrective Action Required
04/17/2019

Stream buffers were shown which do not comply with the Design and Construction Manual in terms of width. We would support some adjustment along Douglas St., but the remainder of the buffer should follow the Design and Construction Manual, unless justification can be provided for the adjustment(s). Of particular concern is the adjustment made to the stream buffer located in the southwest corner of the site. Of less concern is the adjustment made on the northern portion of the stream buffer. However, either of these will require a waiver to be obtained from the City Engineer.
Corrective Action Required
04/17/2019

The sanitary sewer analysis appears to show the existing, proposed, and ultimate build-out conditions are all in excess of what is allowed under the Design and Construction Manual. This is also the case for the potential upgrades to the system. Additional review is warranted prior to proceeding with the review process, along with the potential for the exploration of additional upgrades to the existing system above and beyond the alternatives presented in the "Sanitary System Capacity Analysis" dated Mar. 29, 2019.
Corrective Action Required
04/17/2019

Sheet C2.0 of the Conceptual Plan: The stream buffers that were discussed in the previous applicant letter were not addressed in terms of showing their location, width, etc. In other words, it appears this comment was ignored. As shown on this sheet, no stream buffers were shown.
Corrective Action Required
04/17/2019

Sheet C5.1: Please label the lake shown in the northwest corner of this sheet with the notation "...lake to be modified to meet the Comprehensive Control Strategy listed in Section 5600 of the Design and Construction Manual", or equivalent language. You may also add a caveat stating that alternatives to this retrofit would include on-site detention meeting the Comprehensive Control Strategy listed in Section 5600 of the Design and Construction Manual.
Fire Review Approved with Conditions 04/16/2019 04/10/2019
Jim Eden N/A
Code Statement
Informational
04/10/2019

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. Projects reviewed after April 1, 2019 will be subject to the 2018 International Fire Code.
Fire Lanes
Corrective Action Required
04/02/2019

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 accessroads shall be provided. For purposes of this section, thehighest 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 mmediate vicinity of the building or portion thereof. D105.3 Proximity to building. One or more of the required access routes meeting this condition shall be located not less than 15 feet (4572 mm) and not greater than 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: Adjust fire lane widths and set backs from the building in the commercial areas.
Hydrants
Corrective Action Required
04/10/2019

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: A hydrant plan will need to be submiitted for the commercial area.
Water Supply
Corrective Action Required
04/10/2019

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: A water model shall be provided when the types of construction for the commercial araes are known.
Planning Review Corrections 02/28/2019 03/01/2019
Jennifer Thompson N/A
Legal Description
Corrective Action Required
02/28/2019

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
02/28/2019

The Unified Development Ordinance (UDO) lists criteria for considering rezoning and preliminary development plan applications. Please refer to Article 2, Section 2.260.B. & C. Please respond in narrative form to the listed criteria in sections B & C, to the extent they are pertinent to this application.
Corrective Action Required
03/01/2019

Where a preliminary development plan is required, an approved preliminary development plan may substitute for a preliminary plat where the preliminary development plan contains all information required for preliminary plat as set forth in Article 7. A separate plan sheet is needed to reflect the requirements for a preliminary plat for both proposed areas of development (if desired). Please refer to the UDO, Article 7.100 C. for submission requirements.
Corrective Action Required
03/01/2019

Specific platting items needed/missing, but not limited to, include (for more detail on these requirements please refer to UDO): -floodplain reference -location of oil and gas wells, whether active, inactive, or capped, if any, including reference of determination -layout, number and approximate dimensions of lots and approximate lot areas -location and width of proposed sidewalks and pedestrian walkways -location and width of proposed easements -building setback lines from streets with dimensions -overall development phasing
Corrective Action Required
03/01/2019

Modification requests. Provide a narrative statement that explains the need for all requested modifications to the applicable zoning district regulations. It's been noted modifications are requested for: -building height -density -buffer requirements
Corrective Action Required
03/01/2019

It is noted three monument signs are proposed. The UDO allows a maximum of two for this lot. If seeking approval for the number of signs with this application, please provide a sign specifications. Also, staff would recommend the sign be incorporated within the retaining wall located along NE Douglas. Has this been considered?
Corrective Action Required
03/01/2019

Landscaping comments. It's noted that a modification for the landscape buffer is requested around the SW and NW property lines to allow the existing high density vegetation on the neighboring property be allowed to serve as the buffer. Please provide photos and a survey of the tree massing. In addition, a trees preservation plan/easement would need to be provided from the neighboring property. It doesn't seem the landscape numbers are quite right. To calculate the open yard requirements the total sq. footage of the lot is subtracted from the total footprint square footage of the proposed buildings. Please confirm. It's noted a high impact fence is required between the RP-4 and CP-2 zoning district. Is this being proposed?
Corrective Action Required
03/01/2019

Provide four-sided elevations for the apartments, clubhouse, maintenance building, and garages. Elevations were not received for the garages and maintenance building. Can an axonometric view/perspecitve be provided from NE Douglas looking into to the development?
Corrective Action Required
03/01/2019

Provide the manufactures specification sheets for the proposed lighting. Exterior building lighting shall be accounted for at the final development plan stage. All lighting shall meet the UDO standards.
Corrective Action Required
03/01/2019

The dashed lines seem to reference 3 phases? Is there an extra dashed line?
Corrective Action Required
03/01/2019

Most of the standard details are missing, please note curbing, pavement thicknesses, accessible signage, and other details shall meet UDO standards.
Corrective Action Required
03/01/2019

Is it know at this time the proposed screening method of GMU's?
Corrective Action Required
03/01/2019

Please break down the # of units/bedrooms for each phase and reference parking requirements for each phase. It seems the provided parking exceeds the required parking needs based on the break out of bedroom #'s. Staff doesn't recommend exceeding the number of parking spaces required for this site. Our calculations require 924 spaces and 1,005 are provided.
Corrective Action Required
03/01/2019

As part of the site development table provide the impervious/pervious percentages. In the site data table revise the proposed zoning district to RP-4, rather than CP-4.
Corrective Action Required
03/01/2019

Please see the definition in the UDO for determining building height. Please confirm the building height for the apartments using this method.
Corrective Action Required
03/01/2019

Staff suggests and is curious if an alternative layout could be provided for phase 2. If some of the parking could be removed, perhaps more open space or common amenity space could be provided on Phase 2.
Corrective Action Required
03/01/2019

The minimum island width for islands with planted trees is 10-feet. It appears some of the parking lot islands are too narrow.
Corrective Action Required
03/01/2019

Provide the ROW width for NE Douglas Street.
Corrective Action Required
03/01/2019

Just for clarification, is the Aria development a 55 and older product?
Traffic Review Corrections 02/28/2019 02/28/2019
Michael Park N/A
Corrective Action Required
02/28/2019

Sidewalk is required along Douglas/Lee's Summit Road.
Corrective Action Required
02/28/2019

The Unimproved Road Policy needs to be discussed; whether the existing interim standard condition for Lee's Summit Road/Douglas will be improved to urban standards (e.g. curb and gutter) in association with this development in accordance with the Council Policy or if a waiver to the Council Policy will be requested. This Policy requires improvements to Lee's Summit Road to the urban standard from Colbern Road to the existing urban section about 1/2 mile north of the project for the proposed development.
Corrective Action Required
02/28/2019

Traffic Study Comments were sent to Olsson (the applicants traffic engineer that prepared the traffic impact study).
Fire Review Corrections 02/28/2019 02/26/2019
Jim Eden N/A
Code Statement
Corrective Action Required
02/20/2019

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. Projects reviewed after April 1, 2019 will be subject to the 2018 International Fire Code.
FDC
Corrective Action Required
02/26/2019

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 locations of the FDC. A hydrant shall be within 100-feet.
Hydrants
Corrective Action Required
02/26/2019

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 for building #7 to meet this requirement.
Fire Lanes
Corrective Action Required
02/26/2019

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 accessroads shall be provided. For purposes of this section, thehighest 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 mmediate vicinity of the building or portion thereof. D105.3 Proximity to building. One or more of the required access routes meeting this condition shall be located not less than 15 feet (4572 mm) and not greater than 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: Adjust fire lane width and set back from the building.
Imposed Loads
Corrective Action Required
02/26/2019

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.
Water Supply
Corrective Action Required
02/26/2019

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.
Engineering Review Corrections 02/28/2019 02/21/2019
Gene Williams N/A
Corrective Action Required
02/21/2019

The "Sanitary System Capacity Analysis" dated Jan. 30, 2019 (hereinafter referred to as the sanitary study) needs to specifically define what is meant by "Ultimate Build-Out". Please provide an explanation within the document concerning how this is defined.
Corrective Action Required
02/21/2019

Please define what "Current Build-Out without Proposed Development", "Current Build-Out with Proposed Development", and "Full Build-Out with Proposed Development". There is some confusion on how this relates to Ultimate Build-Out.
Corrective Action Required
02/21/2019

The assumption that the Lee's Summit Pump Station is fully-rated at 1250 gpm appears to be critical to the analysis. Further information will be provided concerning the capability of this pump to meet the design flowrate.
Corrective Action Required
02/21/2019

Page 6 of the sanitary study states that it was assumed the sanitary sewer segments discharged to open air. Isn't this going to produce unrealistic results? In addition, the report states that the criteria used to demonstrate a sanitary sewer line is acceptable, is to ensure the hydraulic grade line within the pipe is at or below the rim of the manhole for segments that do not have attached laterals. Where was this criteria found? The Design and Construction Manual is clear in this regard, and requires that the hydraulic grade line within the pipe be at or below the crown of the pipe. This may be waived on a case by case basis, but should not be used as a criteria in which to make a determination whether the system is adequate.
Corrective Action Required
02/21/2019

It is not really clear why "ultimate build-out" is not being considered part of this development. In other words, why is "ultimate build-out" (as we understand it from the exhibit) not included in the "proposed build-out"?
Corrective Action Required
02/21/2019

Page 8 of the sanitary study states that upsizing of the pumps and expansion of the excess flow holding basin may be required "...at this time." What does this mean?
Corrective Action Required
02/21/2019

Ultimate conditions appear to show unacceptable surcharging above the top of the rim elevation for all of the existing sanitary sewer lines crossing the development. If these lines are not adequate to manage "ultimate conditions", then it would appear the time to perform these upgrades would be during the first phase of this project.
Corrective Action Required
02/21/2019

The sanitary study appears to show a lake or wet detention basin on top of the sanitary sewer line. As discussed during the pre-application meeting, this scenario is not desired by Water Utilities. Sanitary sewer lines may be installed beneath dry detention basins, provided they do not conflict with the dam; however, sanitary sewer lines should be placed completely out of the limits of any wet detention basin with a permanent pool.
Corrective Action Required
02/21/2019

The "Aria and Summit Village North Preliminary Stormwater Drainage Study" dated Feb. 18, 2019 (hereinafter referred to as the stormwater study) presented what we feel is a low time of concentration value for the existing condition. When used to calculate the allowable release rate, a low time of concentration will produce unrealistic values for the existing condition for off-site drainage areas, and boost the allowable peak flow rate.
Corrective Action Required
02/21/2019

The stormwater study discusses extending the culvert under Douglas St. What calculations were performed to determine the upstream headwater on this extension? Is this culvert operating under outlet control? If so, extending the culvert is going to affect the headwater elevation.
Corrective Action Required
02/21/2019

It appears that 40 hour extended detention is not being proposed due to USACE issues. We will not support this waiver. There are numerous downstream issues related to water quality (e.g., Unity Lake, and Unity Village property) that should be addressed. Waiving this requirement is in our opinion, not a good option.
Corrective Action Required
02/21/2019

The stormwater study is not clear on whether this will be a dry detention facility, or a wet detention facility with a permanent pool. Please see previous comments, however, concerning the sanitary sewer line in relation to permenant pool wet detention basins. These are not allowed.
Corrective Action Required
02/21/2019

The stormwater study discusses the stream buffer requirements. However, it is not clear where the limits of this stream buffer is located, and is vague in terms of a explicit definition. The report appears to premature in this regard. Please show the limits on the plan.
Corrective Action Required
02/21/2019

Where were the time of concentration calculations shown? As discussed earlier in this letter, it appears these values are too low. Please show time of concentration calculations.
Corrective Action Required
02/21/2019

It appears some of the off-site drainage areas were classified as "agricultural farmland", perhaps row crops? We are not aware of any row crops in this area, but rather, pasture land. It would appear this would also boost your allowable peak flow rate.
Corrective Action Required
02/21/2019

The stream buffer must be shown on the plans.
Corrective Action Required
02/21/2019

Please show the location of the 100 year water surface elevation within the detention basin. Ensure there is a minimum 20 feet setback from any adjacent property line, or building.
Corrective Action Required
02/21/2019

A minimum 10 foot wide utility easement should be shown along Douglas St. Ensure that any tie-backs for the retaining wall are outside the limits of the easement.
Corrective Action Required
02/21/2019

A profile view rendering of the retaining wall should be provided.
Corrective Action Required
02/21/2019

The water line is shown connecting to the City 20 inch transmission main. This is not allowed. This line is not intended for any sort of domestic use, as it serves as a supply transmission line to the Lee's Summit water tank near Chipman Rd. and Douglas St. As discussed in the pre-application meeting, there is a 12 inch water main available to the west, and a 12 inch to the northeast, as well as a new 8 inch along Douglas (see comment below concerning new 8 inch water line).
Corrective Action Required
02/21/2019

Please label all interior water, sanitary sewer, and storm lines as "private".
Corrective Action Required
02/21/2019

Staff does not support the request for a waiver to the stormwater detention requirements as requested in the stormwater study. In other words, the request to compare pre-existing versus post-development will not be supported. In addition, we feel the calculation of existing condition peak flows are too high. Please see previous comments related to this isssue.
Corrective Action Required
02/22/2019

A water line extension appears to be warranted along Douglas St., from the dead-end 8 inch line at Colbern Rd. and Douglas St., to the north end of the project (i.e., to the existing 12 inch water line to the north of the dual 120 inch by 84 inch box culverts).
Assign Reviewers Complete 02/21/2019 02/21/2019
Dawn Bell N/A
Assign Reviewers Complete 02/15/2019 02/19/2019
Joshua Johnson N/A
Hearings
Title Location Date Time
Planning Commission Meeting 05/23/2019 05:00 PM Council Chambers 05/23/2019 05:00 PM
Application Review
Pending
04/11/2019
City Council Public Hearing 07/09/2019 9:00 AM 06:15 PM Council Chambers 07/09/2019 06:15 PM
Application Review
Pending
05/07/2019
City Council Ordinance 07/23/2019 06:15 PM Council Chambers 07/23/2019 06:15 PM
Application Review
Pending
05/21/2019
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