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Summary
PL2019246
DCI - LEE'S SUMMIT
Commercial Preliminary Development Plan
City Council
07/26/2019
PREMIERLIFE REAL ESTATE HOLDING
Locations
Reviews
Review Type Outcome Est. Completion Completed
Engineering Review Approved with Conditions 09/17/2019 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 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 #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.
Planning Review No Comments 09/17/2019 09/16/2019
Shannon McGuire N/A
Traffic Review No Comments 09/15/2019 09/11/2019
Michael Park N/A
Fire Review Approved with Conditions 09/17/2019 09/10/2019
Jim Eden N/A
Code Statement
Informational
09/10/2019

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 2018 International Fire Code.
Traffic Review Corrections 09/03/2019 09/03/2019
Michael Park N/A
Corrective Action Required
09/03/2019

Comments pending Traffic Study submittal and review.
Engineering Review Corrections 09/03/2019 08/30/2019
Gene Williams N/A
Corrective Action Required
08/30/2019

The "Drainage Design Summary" dated Jul. 25, 2019 shall be considered a preliminary study, with changes required in the form of a Final Drainage Design Study to achieve compliance with City detention standards. The applicant shall be required to provide stormwater detention that meets or exceeds Section 5600, "Comprehensive Control Strategy" for the 2, 10, and 100 year event, along with the 40 hour extended detention for the 90% mean annual event. Finally, any grading on the site must have no adverse impact on adjacent property owners, and any emergency spillway must be designed to eliminate the possibility of adverse impact to adjacent property owners.
Corrective Action Required
08/30/2019

Although comments were provided in the previous applicant letter, the majority of trees are shown either directly on top, or too close, to the water main along Shamrock. As previously discussed, the City requires a minimum distance of five (5) feet from the outside of a public water main, to the outside of the mature tree trunk.
Corrective Action Required
08/30/2019

Although requested in the previous applicant letter, no emergency spillway was shown on Sheet C5.0. In addition, Sheet C5.0 appears to show what may be an adverse impact to the adjacent property owner due to grading near the southeast corner of the project. Additional information on the off-site property near the southeast corner is required in the form of elevation contours. The emergency spillway shall be designed to eliminate any possibility of adverse impact to adjacent property, regardless of its location.
Fire Review Approved with Conditions 09/03/2019 08/29/2019
Jim Eden N/A
Code Statement
Informational
08/29/2019

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 09/03/2019 08/27/2019
Shannon McGuire N/A
Corrective Action Required
08/27/2019

The UDO requires that the screening fence be located centered in the 20’ landscaper buffer. As proposed the fence on the south side of the buffer. Please provide a written modification request with justification for the fence location. This is a standard modification often requested due to existing vegetation and for maintenance reasons.
Corrective Action Required
08/27/2019

Sheets C7.0-C7.3 were not included with the latest submittal (hard copy or digital). The response to Planning comment #10 makes reference to changes made to sheet C7.0. Please provide all sheets.
Planning Review Corrections 08/09/2019 08/09/2019
Shannon McGuire N/A
Corrective Action Required
08/09/2019

Please label the ROW widths and center lines of the adjacent public street rights-of-way.
Corrective Action Required
08/09/2019

Please label the location of all oil and/or gas wells within the subject property. If none are present please add a note stating such and cite your source of information.
Corrective Action Required
08/09/2019

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.
Corrective Action Required
08/09/2019

All sides of a building shall include similar architectural details materials and colors to avoid a back side or at least to minimize a back side presentation to other buildings or residential neighborhoods. The west side of the building is lacking the required architectural details to meet the four-sided architecture requirements of the UDO.
Corrective Action Required
08/09/2019

The vertical and horizontal breaks as proposed are minimal and offer little in the way of breaking up facade of the building. Staff would like to see the depth of the wall protrusions increased so the building doesn’t present as a flat box.
Corrective Action Required
08/09/2019

All exterior trash storage enclosure shall be constructed of masonry walls or steel architecturally designed walls with either a solid steel opaque gate painted to be compatible with the color of the masonry or steel walls and building it is to serve or a steel framed semi-opaque gate with a screen mesh material approved by the Director that provides an appropriate visual barrier. The proposed wood gate is not permitted.
Corrective Action Required
08/09/2019

Buffers between developments of differing land uses adjoining one another are required. The intensity of the required buffer is established according to the intensity of the abutting uses, i.e., retail development adjacent to or across the street from a residential use or development requires a more intense buffer/screen than would retail adjacent to or across from office use, etc. Since development standards were not specifically proposed by the applicant and were not established by the Governing Body at the time the original PDP was approved, then the applicable standards of the CP-2 District shall apply. As such, a high impact screening buffer shall be required along the south property line.
Corrective Action Required
08/09/2019

Parking lot access aisles shall be 24’ wide when the adjacent parking stalls are located at 90 degrees to the drive lane. This measurement should not include the gutters of any adjacent curbs. Please check to ensure the drive aisles meet this standard.
Corrective Action Required
08/09/2019

The minimum driveway width (not including curb and gutter) must be the same as the aisle width, 24’.
Corrective Action Required
08/09/2019

Every required ADA parking space shall be identified by a sign, mounted on a pole or other structure, located between 36 inches and 60 inches above the ground measured from the bottom of the sign, at the head of the parking space. Please update the detail on sheet C7.0. Please add a note stating the R7-8 style ADA sign will be use as it is the only approved style of ADA sign.
Corrective Action Required
08/09/2019

As proposed the ADA signs adjacent to the southeast corner of the building are located in the parking stall. This will have the effect of shorting the stall to below the required minimum depth. Please relocate the ADA signs to behind the sidewalk at the head of the stalls.
Corrective Action Required
08/09/2019

The UDO prohibits internally illuminated signs with white backgrounds. The wall sign shown on sheet A4.0 appears to depict a sign with a white background. If this sign has internal illumination it will not be allowed. All signs will be permitted by a separate sign permitting process.
Corrective Action Required
08/09/2019

The incorrect address for this property is listed in the site data table. The correct address is 2001 NW Shamrock Rd. Additionally, the listed zoning district is incorrect as well. The property is located in the Planned Mixed Use District (PMIX). Please update this information throughout the plan sheets as needed.
Corrective Action Required
08/09/2019

Please add the total building area to the site data table.
Corrective Action Required
08/09/2019

Please show a 5’ sidewalk along the north property line adjacent to NW Shamrock Rd.
Engineering Review Corrections 08/09/2019 08/09/2019
Gene Williams N/A
Corrective Action Required
08/09/2019

The "Drainage Design Summary for DCI Lee's Summit" dated Jul. 25, 2019 (hereinafter referred to as the stormwater study) was incomplete. The following items were missing from the report: 1) an existing condition drainage area map, with points of interest identified where sheet flow converges to concentrated flow, 2) a post-developed drainage area map with points of interest as identified above, 3) discussion within the body of the report concerning the emergency spillway design, including the required freeboard of 0.5 feet minimum from the 100 year water surface elevation, and the crest of the emergency spillway, as well as a discussion of the clogged condition and zero available storage freeboard requirement of 1.0 feet from the top of the dam 4) discussion within the report concerning the off-site contributors to stormwater flow, including how the off-site drainage from the detention basin to the west (i.e., stormwater flow from the Lee's Summit Fire Department detention basin) will be managed, including any private easements which must be granted, additional storm line to install, etc., 6) discussion of any waivers that would be required for drainage areas and points of interest which do not follow the Design and Construction Manual regarding the allowable peak flow rates for the various storm events.
Corrective Action Required
08/09/2019

Numerous references are made to non-existent exhibits, and drainage maps. In addition, the allowable peak flow rate for the 2 year event appears to have been exceeded, which will not be supported by staff. As discussed in the comment above, the report is incomplete, and no further review is being provided at this time.
Corrective Action Required
08/09/2019

The private sanitary sewer connection was initially intended to connect to the new sanitary sewer on the north side of Shamrock Ave. As shown, the private sanitary sewer is shown with a direct-connect to a manhole within the Pryor Rd. pavement, which is not allowed. If the desire is to connect to the sanitary sewer on Pryor Rd., then a wye connection must be cut-in, at a minimum distance of 4 feet from the manhole as measured from the outside of the manhole, and the outside of the wye.
Corrective Action Required
08/09/2019

Utility Sheet: Valves are shown prior to water meters, which are not desired or necessary. There are valves within the meter well which serve this purpose. Please remove the valves from the domestic and irrigation lines.
Corrective Action Required
08/09/2019

A post-indicator valve is shown outside the backflow vault, and after the backflow vault. Has this been discussed with the Fire Department?
Corrective Action Required
08/09/2019

A private easement should be executed for the off-site drainage system (i.e., the drainage from the off-site detention basin on the Lee's Summit Fire Department property) to the west.
Corrective Action Required
08/09/2019

Erosion and sediment control plans will be reviewed at the Final Development Plan phase of the project.
Corrective Action Required
08/09/2019

Sidewalk appeared to be missing along Shamrock Ave. This will be required along the entire street frontage.
Corrective Action Required
08/09/2019

The detention basin should be clearly-labeled as "Detention Basin".
Corrective Action Required
08/09/2019

Where is the general location of the outlet structure to serve the detention basin (i.e., typically a concrete riser structure), as well as any emergency spillway? Will the emergency spillway be incorporated into the riser structure, or will there be an earthen spillway, or will there be a combination of the two? How will the detention basin be drained? Where will the detention basin be drained?
Corrective Action Required
08/09/2019

Sheet C7.0: The asphaltic concrete sections do not comply with the minimum requirements specified in the Unified Development Ordinance (UDO). At this stage of the process, however, it may be beneficial to remove these, as well as other specific design details until the Final Development Plan.
Corrective Action Required
08/09/2019

Landscape Plan Sheet L1: The public water main is not shown on this sheet. Without this shown, it is impossible to determine whether there are conflicts. The City requires a minimum of 5 feet distance between the outside of any water main, and the outside of the mature tree trunk. It appears the trees shown along Shamrock Ave. do not comply with this requirement.
Corrective Action Required
08/09/2019

Sheet C5.0: It is difficult to determine whether the proposed grading will have an adverse impact on the adjacent residential property owners to the south. Please be aware that any proposed grading must have no adverse impact on adjacent property owners. Our LIDAR records show the existence of a broad swale to the north of these residential properties, and with the grading shown for the new detention basin, this swale may be eliminated, thus diverting drainage towards these residential properties. Please take a detailed look at this issue, and ensure there is no adverse impact to adjacent property owners.
Traffic Review Corrections 08/09/2019 08/08/2019
Michael Park N/A
Corrective Action Required
08/08/2019

Comments pending Traffic Study submittal and review.
Fire Review Corrections 08/09/2019 07/31/2019
Jim Eden N/A
Misc.
Resolved
08/29/2019

Use the correct address of 2001 SW Shamrock Avenue.
Code Statement
Informational
08/29/2019

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.
FDC
Resolved
08/29/2019

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. The distance to a hydrant exceeds 100 feet.
Misc.
Informational
08/29/2019

Do not block access to the FDC with landscaping.
Assign Reviewers Complete 07/26/2019 07/29/2019
Joshua Johnson 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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