Granville Community Calendar

GPC 07/27/98

GRANVILLE PLANNING COMMISSION
July 27, 1998
Minutes
MSetamnbsebrsurPy,reCseanrlt:WiJlkaecknfBeludrriss, Keith Myers, Richard Salvage, Gary
Members Absent: Bill Wernet
APllsaonnPerrsesent: Matt Trumbull and Lindsay 0' Leary, Acting Village
VJoihsnitors Present: Scott Rawdon (Sentinel)T,odd Feil, Greg Ream, Oney, Margaret Clayton
Minutes of June 22: Add Gary Stansbury to Members Present list. Page 3: Line 8, add board building after "school." About halfway down on Page 3, "lig.h.ti.ng should be unobtrusive, such as low ground lighting for safety purposes." contrPuagcete3d, .c"hange No. 2 to end "trash can areainside fences to be
Page 3, No. 7, change to "Reestablish sidewalk with tree lawn on Granger;..."
Page 4, No. 1, change "west" to east.
No. 5, add (Staff to verify on final plans.)
Delete No. 9, but add this item after the motion.
Page 5, change "especial" to special
MR. BURRISS MOVED TO APPROVE MINUTES AS CORRECTED; MR. WILKENFELD SECONDED, AND MOTION WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED. Minutes of July 16:
MR. WILKENFELD MOVED TO APPROVE MINUTES AS PRESENTED; MR. BURRISS SECONDED, AND MOTION WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.
Citizens Comments: None.
New Business:
Todd Feil, 229 Cherry Street
The Feils wish to install two 54"x20" skylights to the north side (rear) of the house, which will not be visible to the street. MR. WILKENFELD MOVED TO APPROVE APPLICATION AS PRESENTED; MR. SALVAGE SECONDED, AND MOTION WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.
Cecilia Shomaker, 115 West Broadway -Sign
The applicant was absent, but Mr. Trumbull explained that
since the sign is informational, she would only have it up while
Jazzercise classes are going on. Applicant provided no drawing,
and members want this as a temporary sign only.
MR. MYERS MOVED TO CONTINUE APPLICATION UNTIL THE NEXT MEETING
BECAUSE IT IS THE BELIEF OF THE GPC THAT THE APPLICANT SHOULD
BE PRESENT. MR. STANSBORY SECONDED, AND MOTION WAS UNANIMOUSLY
APPROVED. 44«/
Old Business:
Paramount Financial Group, South Galway Drive -Finding of Fact
A Finding of Fact for the decision for the Paramount Companies
at the June changes. 22 meeting was provided, and members had several meeting. The document will be retyped and distributed at the next
No. 9 is not part of the motion, and there was debate whether V. C. needs to approve the infrastructure issues. Mr. Hickman said athbeouVt illage Engineer will need o,#approve them, but he is concerned the curbcut. Members felt they should have input from Mr. Wernet before addressing this issue. Consensus agreed to remove No. 9 from the motion, although Mr. Wilkenfeld is still uncomfortable. dAelsleot,er e"move the first sentence of second paragraph on Page 2 and as well" also.
No. 1, "Applicant will provide connections on the plan from the proposed parking lot to future cross easement from Fackler' s development to Cherry Valley on the east side as required by the code to bring it into compliance with the SBD requirement for parking lots. and eliminate the easternmost curbcut on his property."
No. 2 {We ought to consider changing the code to allow shorter hedges to be planted and allowed to grow to 42"}
No. 3, add "If required by Village Council."
No. 5, "The building' s footprint will be expanded just enough to meet the ordinances for parking requirements with spaces as indicated on the plan."
No. 6, add Village Engineer...."
No. 8, add Full screening of parking lot as per code."
No. 9, delete.
MR. SALVAGE MOVED TO APPROVE THE FINDING OF FACT AS
MR. BURRISS SECONDED, AND IT WAS APPROVED BY
MR. MYERS ABSTAINED.
AMENDED.
MAJORITY.
Work Session:
Fred Abraham, 460 South Main Street
In Mr. Abraham' s absence, John Oney described the preliminary
plans for changing the 37, 000 sq. ft metal warehouse building into
retail space. Doug Plunkett is researching the code issues, and a
survey is being made. He will totally renovate the building on all
sides with synthetic stone with canopy and vinyl on all four sides.
Two zoning districts are involved: CSD and SBD, and the
building rests below flood plain. Knuckleheads would have to be
relocated to allow flow of traffic around it. There are two
buildings on one property.
Joe Hickman said that either it could be rezoned or BZBA could
interpret the zoning boundaries. Mr. Myers thought that this might
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be disatrlioctt to leave up to BZBA and recommended rezoning to one give or the other. It is important to have the Law Director relevaanwt.ritten opinion on the subject. The TCOD would not be All signage must strictly adhere to the code.
Greg Ream is involved in the larger parcel and is concerned about rezoning. He feels he would need more than 4, 000 sq. ft. He
wants to be assured that signage is adequate for a building so far mbaakcek, thaendbMusri.neMsysers said that any good architectural feature will stand out.
Mr. Wilkenfeld thought the applicant had an excellent opportunity to raise the value of Granville property by improving the gateway to the village.
Kudos: Mr. Stansbury thanked our two acting Village Planners and said they have been a very good help to us. Kathryn Weinberger is coming to us from Wisconsin and will start at the next meeting.
Finding of Fact:
MR. MOVED TO ADOPT THE FINDING FOR A UNDER NEW
BUSINESS (FEIL) AS FORMAL FINDING OF FACT. MR. WILKENFELD
SECONDED, AND FINDING OF FACT WAS UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED.
Adjournment: 9: 30 p.m.
Next Meetings: August 10 AND 24
Respectfully submitted,
Betty Allen
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