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Summary
PL2019233
WENDY'S RESTAURANT
Commercial Preliminary Development Plan
Planning Commission
07/11/2019
LEES SUMMIT 29197 L L C
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Reviews
Review Type Outcome Est. Completion Completed
Planning Review Approved with Conditions 09/16/2019 10/15/2019
Hector Soto Jr. N/A
Corrective Action Required
10/03/2019

ADA PARKING SIGN. Revise the detail on Sheet C7 so it reads that the mounting height shall be 5' minimum, measured to the bottom of the sign.
Corrective Action Required
10/03/2019

Aluminum composite metal (ACM) panels shall be allowed as a conditional material as shown in the preliminary development plan date stamped September 19, 2019.
Corrective Action Required
10/03/2019

Sign permits shall be obtained prior to installation of any signs through the Development Services Department. All signs proposed must comply with the sign requirements as outlined in the sign section of the Unified Development Ordinance.
Corrective Action Required
10/03/2019

A final plat or minor plat shall be approved and recorded (with the appropriate number of copies of the recorded plat returned to the Development Services Department) prior to any building permits being issued.
Engineering Review Approved with Conditions 09/16/2019 09/17/2019
Gene Williams N/A
DE C&O #01 Eng Plans – FDP/PDP
Corrective Action Required
09/17/2019

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
09/17/2019

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 #06 Land Disturbance
Corrective Action Required
09/17/2019

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
09/17/2019

All permanent off-site easements (i.e., private sanitary sewer easements), in a form acceptable to the City, shall be executed and recorded with the Jackson County Recorder of Deeds prior to approval of any Final Development Plan. A certified copy shall be submitted to the City for verification.
DE C&O #11 Pavement Thickness
Corrective Action Required
09/17/2019

Private parking lots shall follow the Unified Development Ordinance for pavement thickness and base requirements.
DE C&O #12 Cut & Fill
Corrective Action Required
09/17/2019

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.
Traffic Review No Comments 09/16/2019 09/16/2019
Michael Park N/A
Fire Review Approved with Conditions 09/16/2019 09/10/2019
Jim Eden N/A
Code Statement
Corrective Action Required
09/09/2019

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 2018 International Fire Code.
Planning Review Corrections 07/26/2019 07/26/2019
Hector Soto Jr. N/A
Corrective Action Required
07/26/2019

PLAT. The proposed development requires that the subject property be re-platted. At some indeterminate time after 2001, a portion of the most recently platted version of the subject property was sold off to the property owner to the south without going through the required platting process.
Corrective Action Required
07/26/2019

SITE DATA TABLE (Sheet C2). - The square footage and acreage listed for the Area of Site is incorrect. It lists 90,185.95 sq. ft. and 2.07 acres. It appears it should be 47,692.73 sq. ft. (1.09 ac) based on information elsewhere on the plans. - The square footage of proposed impervious area is missing a digit and should read 35,432.21 sq. ft. - Also list the impervious and pervious square footages as percentages of their respective lot coverages.
Corrective Action Required
07/26/2019

RECORD DESCRIPTION (Sheet C2). The bearing contained in the description of the excepted portion of the lot does not match what is graphically shown. Also, it appears that the description of excepted portion doesn't include the entire boundaries of said portion.
Corrective Action Required
07/26/2019

LANDSCAPE PLAN. - Label the proposed plant material sizes. See Section 8.750 of the UDO for acceptable plant material sizes. Please note that the same 3" caliper minimum size requirement applies to all deciduous trees, be they shade or ornamental trees. - Add a note on the plans stating that all portions of the site not covered with paving or buildings shall be landscaped. Open areas not covered with other materials shall be covered with sod. Ground cover shall be utilized on all slopes in excess of 3:1 slope. - The required street trees and street shrubs are required to be planted along the front property line versus interior to the site. This may require you to contact and enter into an agreement with MoDOT to possibly plant some of the landscaping within the MoDOT right-of-way. MoDOT has been agreeable to such arrangements on other projects with frontage on State right-of-way. - Parking lot screening along the westernmost edge of the two parking areas closest to M-291 Hwy shall be provided in accordance with Section 8.820 of the UDO. - The open lot area used in Note 5 and 6 of the Landscaping Requirements is incorrect. They should read 45,186.73 sq. ft. (total lot area minus building footprint area). Revise the calculated number of required open yard trees and shrubs accordingly.
Corrective Action Required
07/26/2019

PAVEMENT DESIGN. The details provided on Sheet C7 do not meet the City standards under Section 8.620.F of the UDO.
Corrective Action Required
07/26/2019

ADA PARKING SIGN. Revise the detail on Sheet C7 so it reads that the mounting height shall be 3' minimum and 5' maximum, measured to the bottom of the sign.
Corrective Action Required
07/26/2019

TRASH ENCLOSURE DETAIL. Detail 05 on Sheet C9 shows "composite fencing" over the metal gate frame. Is the intent for a wood composite material? City ordinance requires trash enclosure gates to be opaque solid steel gates. Wood or wood composite is not allowed.
Corrective Action Required
07/26/2019

PHOTOMETRIC PLAN. - Light poles are required to be arranged to provide uniform illumination throughout the parking lot not to exceed 10 foot-candles. - Is any wall-mounted or accent lighting proposed for the building? If so, it shall be subject to the requirements of UDO Section 8.260 and 8.270. Ensure that the light levels produced by the lighting is accounted for in the photometric plan.
Corrective Action Required
07/26/2019

MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT SCREENING. - Parapet wall heights shall be increased to a height at least equal to the RTUs in order to hide them from view on all sides. - Is any ground-mounted mechanical equipment proposed? If so, show the location on the site plan to the extent possible. Any ground-mounted equipment shall be totally screened from view on all side using evergreen landscaping or masonry walls.
Corrective Action Required
07/26/2019

BUILDING ELEVATIONS. - For ease of reference, please relabel the building elevations with their cardinal directions. - Additional architectural features and projections are required along the south building elevation to break up the large, flat wall plane. An example of an acceptable feature would be a canopy over the length of the glass storefont, which would provide a projection and a contrasting horizontal feature. - How much projection is provided along the west (front) building elevation? - Provide a color perspective of the proposed building.
Corrective Action Required
07/26/2019

SIGNAGE. - Is a monument sign proposed for the site? If so, please show the proposed location on the site plan and provide an elevation of said sign for review. - A total of 3 wall signs are allowed by right for a stand-alone single-tenant building. The text ("Quality service that...") on the drive thru side elevation is considered a sign, and would yield a total of 4 wall signs when counted with the Wendy's name, Wendy's logo and Wendy's logo with name also shown on the building.
Engineering Review Corrections 07/26/2019 07/23/2019
Gene Williams N/A
Corrective Action Required
07/23/2019

No access to the public sanitary sewer is shown or appears to be feasible on the site, without the applicant acquiring easements from adjacent owners. Our records indicate that the only public sanitary sewer access is along SE 7th Terr. As discussed during the pre-application meeting, it appears that the owner of Lot 5A, Polk Addition, transferred ownership without City knowledge, of the only available corridor for sanitary sewer access to HMH Limited, LLC. It appears that easements must be acquired for sanitary sewer service.
Corrective Action Required
07/23/2019

Asphalt pavement sections do not follow the requirements contained within the Unified Development Ordinance (UDO). However, it may be beneficial to eliminate these details from the Preliminary Development Plan, since these are items to be covered during the review of a Final Development Plan.
Corrective Action Required
07/23/2019

As discussed on the phone, please show how the drainage areas to their respective points of discharge will not change after re-development. We had discussed that if the overall drainage areas to each respective point of discharge did not change, then no additional stormwater management would be required. In order to show this, we would suggest the following: 1) show the existing condition drainage areas on the site, and 2) show the post-development drainage areas on the site. If the results are equal to the existing condition, then no further action would be necessary.
Traffic Review No Comments 07/26/2019 07/16/2019
Michael Park N/A
Fire Review Approved with Conditions 07/26/2019 07/15/2019
Jim Eden N/A
Code Statement
Corrective Action Required
07/15/2019

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 2018 International Fire Code.
Assign Reviewers Complete 07/12/2019 07/12/2019
Sharon Clay N/A
Hearings
Title Location Date Time
Planning Commission Meeting 10/10/2019 05:00 PM Council Chambers 10/10/2019 05:00 PM
Application Review
Pending
10/10/2019
City Council Public Hearing 11/05/2019 06:15 PM Council Chambers 11/05/2019 06:15 PM
Application Review
Pending
11/05/2019
City Council Ordinance 11/12/2019 06:15 PM Council Chambers 11/12/2019 06:15 PM
Application Review
Pending
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