Granville Community Calendar

GPC 06/22/98

GRANVILLE PLANNING COMMISSION
June 22, 1998
Minutes
Members Present: Jack Burriss, Richard Wilkenfeldlid ,/- Salvage, Bill Wernet, Carl
Members Absent: Keith Myers
Also Present: Reza Reyazi, Village Planner
Visitors Present: Scott Rawden (Sentinel)B, ernie Lukco, Sally Hannahs, Steve Miller, Bill Acklin, Joyce Munro, Lindsay O' Leary, Matt McGowan, Bob Kent, Dave Bussan, Bob Erhard, Rochelle and Jules Steinberg, Jim Harf, Mark Nicholas, Bill Prenosil, Garry McAnally, Maxine Montgomery, Dan Bellman, Phil Wince
Minutes of June 8: Page 1, Paragraph starting with Mr. Darfus, tchheange to "Mr. Darfus said they cleaned up the place and removed neon
Page 3, under Traffic Impact. Change first word to The. At end of paragraph add, "We decided we had adequate information to make a decision on the site plan, and this question is beyond the scope of this body."
Page 4, first line change to "Memo of Understanding is not needed."Last line change to "They will consider limiting access to workdays only."
MR. WILKENFELD MOVED TO APPROVE MINUTES AS CORRECTED. MR.
BURRISS SECONDED AND MOTION WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.
Citizens Comments: None. Mr. Reyazi stated that the sign on the
telephone at the new bookstore was put up by a private company, and he has left messages regarding the phone. We will remove it if
they don' t call back. Also, Callender' s has a big sign that is on Mr. Reyazi' s list.
Old Business:
Dan and Fran Bellman, 320 North Pearl
The Bellmans wish to remove existing crank-out windows at the east side and replace with 6' French doors. Mr. Bellman said this
would look better and bring in more light. Sometime later the
applicant will deal with side windows of a similar size and look.
It is not a true French door, but it is close.
MR. WILKENFELD MOVED TO APPROVE APPLICATION AS SUBMITTED. MR.
SALVAGE SECONDED, AND IT WAS UMANIMOUSLY APPROVED.
First Presbyterian Church, 110 West Broadway
Mr. Burriss recused himself because of his involvement with
this applicant}
The applicant has obtained all necessary approvals for Phase I
from Village Council and BZBA following GPC approval several months
ago. Tonight they seek final approval of site plan and elevations.
The engineeer has submitted a letter of suggestions, and there are
some outstanding issues to be settled before the engineer gives
final approval. Two issues, according to Mr. Miller, are outstanding,
Item 2 and Item 14, neither of which is insurmountable {see
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letter of June 19 from Mr. Reyazi Jobes Henderson to Reza Reyazi}. reminded the group that final approval is required from Tree and Landscape Committee. Applicant was to relocate a tree and also screen the parking lot on Main Street. Drawing No. SU-1 is not correct insofar as the jog on the east is concerned.
MR. SALVAGE MOVED TO APPROVE APPLICATION SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS:
1. APPLICANT REQUIRED TO SATISFY ALL CONCERN OF VILLAGE ENGINEER AS OUTLINED IN HIS LETTER OF JUNE 19
2. IF NO. 1 REQUIRES SITE PLAN CHANGES, APPLICANT IS TO COME BACK TO THIS GROUP
3. LANDSCAPE PLAN IS TO BE APPROVED BY TREE AND LANDSCAPE COMMITTEE
4. FOOTPRINT OF THE PLAN TO BE AS SHOWN ON NO. 4 OF THE PLAN RATHER THAN SU-1
MR. WILKENFELD SECONDED, AND MOTION WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.
Granville Exempted Village School District, 130 N. Granger St.
Bernard Lukco thought Mr. Salvage should be recused from consideration because he represents the School Board.
But Mr. Salvage stated that the Village allows a member
to be appointed to this body and he would be wrong to
excuse himself when the school has an issue before it.
Mr. Reyazi stated that when this issue was raised
before, the Law Director, after being consulted, said
Mr. Salvage was not required to recuse himself.}
Mr. Harf stated that in response to concerns from the last
meeting, the School Board has revisited the plan and has requested new ideas from the architects. They talked about limiting access
to daytime use. There may be a sign saying, "Restricted to people
using the building,"or put up a chain after work hours. Cost is a
primary factor, so a keycard system is prohibitive. The School
Board has only approved Scheme C.
In addition to other Scheme Drawings, Bill Prenisol showed new
drawing Scheme D to the group as a suggestion to incorporate concerns
from the last meeting, i. e.,to plan more buffer areas. This
would be more costly and require two storm drains and more asphalt.
There will be no diagonal parking on Granger Street. Mr. Reyazi
stated that Scheme E would not go past the west face of the building,
but Scheme C would do so. Scheme C has no west buffer and no
setback but more space to the east.
Mr. Burriss suggested a Scheme D-1 with parking flipped to the
other side of the parking lot so headlights would face empty lots.
Mr. Prenisol thought this could be done.
Mr. Lukco said the neighbors prefer Scheme E and strongly
object to the plan (D) with 13 slots in a straight line. Ms.
Steinberg said the group compromised on Scheme C, but they want to
know the future use of the empty space.
Bob Erhard presented ideas for Robin Bartlett and Marci
McCauley, who could not be present tonight. They would find Scheme
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tCheornDeigahcbcoerpstable with the right screening, but would go along with on Scheme E. They want a fence or wall. Maybe a wooden or brick wall could be erected and wrapped around the sccorreneenri,nganwd otuhledy might be willing to share in the cost. Too much cut off the light source. Mr. Wlkenfeld reminded the group of the fencing at the Lutheran Church, which effectively ameliorates noise and head- lights; this might work at the scho.];to protect residents. Also, 64 he is concerned about the dumpster ln the lot. esurctyh afrofmenctheesshcohuoldolb. eMorn. Hthaerfpprorepfeerrtryedline so asMrn.oSt atlovagtaekethporoup ght*, 6 and landscaping rather than an appearance of openness a costly fence. Mr. Werner cautioned
that a too high fence would eliminate light, but there needs to be a buffer. Mr. Burriss thought a fence behind the school, headed eeaffsetcttoives.outheast, landscaped and curved toward the north would be Mr. Prenisol did not think that was unreasonable, and Mr. Lukco said that would be agreeable with the neighbors.
Whether a dumpster is really necessary for so few employees
was discussed, and consensus thought a couple of carts or cans behind the building would be adequate.
Mr. Burris summed up the discussion: Scheme E is the preferred plan with 9' x20' spaces. Plan a combination fence/landscaping screen with wall headed east and north on southeast corner of the lot. There needs to be deciduous and evergreen landscaping on both sides of the fence. Mr. Harf would support that if cost is not 3 #0 prohibitive. Reestablish tree lawn, and plant evergreen hedge along Granger Street. One light fixture will be above the door,
asnigdnawnyilol thseary, lighting should be unobtrusiveA Mr. Harf added that F . Violators will be towed, "addia pair of posts in- stalled for holding a chain which could be put up at night. This
can be done under GPC provisions for safety and general welfare. A
Eliminate dumpster and use cans or carts.
MR. SALVAGE MOVED TO APPROVE APPLICATION UNDER SCHEME E, SUBJECT TO FOLLOWING CONDITIONS:
1. REDUCE SLOTS TO 9' WIDE
2. NO DUMPSTER PAD, BUT ADD SCREENED, ASPHALTED TRASH CAN AREA tL likel/119/ r-EmjUiSfrfaRG
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3. PLACE SCREENING FROM NE CORNER OF BUILDING EASTWARD AND U61- CURVED TO NORTH AND PLACE 6' HIGH FENCE TO MINIMIZE LIGHT
PROBLEM WITH NEIGHBORS AS PART OF LANDSCAPING PLAN
4. LANDSCAPING PLAN TO BE SUBMITTED TO GPC FOR FINAL APPROVAL
5. SIGNS TO SAY "PARKING LOT IS ONLY FOR OFFICIALS OF THE
BUILDING AND VIOLATORS WILL BE TOWED."
6. HIDE TWO POSTS IN LANDSCAPING TO HLD POSSIBLE CHAIN AT
ENIRANCE,
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7. REPLACE SID* WALK WITH TREE LAWN; VILLAGE TO ADD TREES
8. LIGHTING OK AS IS
9. DRAINAGE PLANS NEED APPROVAL OF ENGINEER
10. NO LANDSCAPING ON COLLEGE STREET AT THIS TIME
11. GENERAL DIRECTION OF LANDSCAPING ON SCHEME D IS GOOD
12. HEDGE AT ENTRANCE
13. SHOW SAMPLES OF FENCING MATERIALS; FINISHED SIDE OF FENCE
TO FACE OUTWARD
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MR.APBPURRORVIESDS. SECONDED THE MOTION, AND IT WAS UNANIMOUSLY
Mr. Lukco complimented the GPC and the Board of Education for allowing citizen input and public participation in this process.
Paramount Companies and Michael Menzer, South Galway Drive
Mr. McAnally updated the group on the lighting plan, which will meet code and has been submitted to the engineers. He supplied percentage of permeable area per gross building area. The plan now shows the shared driveway on the east. The detention area is not a retention except when it rains a lot. Dedicated land was pointed out on the drawing. Mr. Reyazi said the dedicated land needs to be specified in writing in terms of location and use.
A problem arose with the landscaping, said Mr. McAnally,
because 42" bushes cannot be purchased and it is necessary to have 42" from the start. Mr. McAnally suggested a 6" build-up of earth to raise the height of 30" bushes, which, in addition to the 6" curb, will bring it to 42".
Mr. Reyazi said the lighting will have to be consistent with
street lighting plan, and Paramount is to provide street lighting. The developer (Mr. Murphy or Paramount?p)uts in street lights. Mr. Wince wants to listen to tapes from previous meetings on this subject.
For parking, the applicant does not want to go for variances.
Mr. Salvage suggested expanding building' s footprint to fit the ordinances.
For the joint access, when the south property develops, this
private drive will join with Fackler' s and this needs to be in
writing.
MR. SALVAGE MOVED TO APPROVE APPLICATION WITH FOLLOWING
MODIFICATIONS:
2a.- I<r > 1. SHARED CURBCUT ON EAST AND CLOSE WEST DRIVE WHEN THAT
BECOMES AVAILABLE
2. HEDGE HEIGHT
3. LIGHTING PLAN WITH STREET LIGHTING
4. PROPERTY OWNERSHIP ISSUE; APPROVAL CONTINGENT UPON
PARAMOUNT' S ACQUIRING THE LAND FROM MR. MURPHY 1, . A )
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7. PROVIDE A NOTE ABOUT DEDICATION FOR PUBLIC USE
8. SCREENING OF PARKING LOT
9 INFRASTRUCTURE ISSUES NEED APPROVAL OF VILLAGE COUNCIL
MR. WILKENFELD SECONDED, AND IT WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.
MR. BURRISS MOVED TO PROPOSE A FORMAL THANK YOU TO REZA
REYAZI. I HAVE APPRECIATED HIS PROFESSIONALISM AND COOLdjul
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HEADEDNESS AND WANT OUR THANKS FORMALLY RECORDED IN THE
RECORD."MR. WILKENFELD STATED THAT MR. REYAZI HAS MADE
THIS EXPERIENCE DOABLE. THE PACKETS WE RECEIVE ALLOW US TO
DO A BETTER JOB, AND HE WILL BE SORELY MISSED.
PROFESSIONALLY AND PERSONALLY, HE IS A FINE MAN. MR. WERNET
s ADDED THAT HE HAS INTEGRITY, CONSISTENTLY. MR. STANSBURY
GAVE SPECIAL THANKS. MR. WILKENFELD SECONDED, AND MOTION A
WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.
Finding of Fact:
MR. SALVAGE MOVED TO ADOPT THE FINDING FOR A UNDER NEW
BUSINESS (BELLMAN) AND A AND B UNDER OLD BUSINESS (CHURCH
AND SCHOOL) AS FORMAL FINDING OF FACT. MR. WILKENFELD
SECONDED, AND FINDING OF FACT WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.
Adjournment: 11: 10 p. m.
Next Meetings: July 13 and July 27 (Betty may be absent)
Respectfully submitted,
Betty Allen
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