PLANNING & ZONING COMMISSION AGENDA
AND NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGS
CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS – 3RD FLOOR
DECEMBER 17, 2013
PRE-MEETING - 5:30 P.M.
DEVELOPMENT SERVICES CONFERENCE ROOM
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Pre-Meeting 5:30 p.m.
a. Review of Agenda
GENERAL MEETING 6:00
1. Approve Minutes from December 3, 2013
2.** The Station at Gardner Mill; 7659 South 1300 West; Preliminary Subdivision Plat, Preliminary Site Plan (224 units on 11.039 acres); Preliminary Development Plan and establish residential density of 20.29 units per acre; P-C (TSOD) Zone; Colosimo Brothers (applicant) [Greg Mikolash #SDMA20130009; SPCO20130009; DP20130007; parcels 21-26-351-020, 017, 022, 21-35-101-004]
3.* Englefield Heights Subdivision; 6400 West 7800 South; Preliminary Subdivision Plat (66 lots on 19.85 acres) and Preliminary Development Plan; LSFR Zone; Garbett Land Investments, LC (applicant) [Ray McCandless #SDMA20130028, DP20130010; parcel 20-35-100-020, 021]
4.* TitleMax of Utah; 1366 West 7800 South; Conditional Use Permit for Title Loans; C-G Zone; TitleMax of Utah, Inc. (applicant) [Nannette Larsen #CUP20130007; parcel 21-27-481-002]
5.* Popeyes Jordan Landing; 3712 West 7800 South; Preliminary and Final Site Plan and Conditional Use Permit; SC-3 (ZC) Zone; Benchmark Engineering/LeeAnn Miller (applicant) [Nannette Larsen #SPCO20130019; CUPA20130020; parcel 21-29-377-013]
*Quasi-Judicial Action = Judge-like decisions, Substantial Evidence (Objective Standard)
**Quasi-Legislative Action= Policy decisions, Reasonably Debatable (Subjective Standard)
Please note: Public comments will be limited to 3-5 minutes per person per item. All persons who address the Planning and Zoning Commission are requested to provide their name and address because the meeting is recorded for the permanent record. Items may be tabled by the Planning Commission. The order of items on the agenda is subject to change. The Consent Calendar may be adjusted at the beginning of the meeting and voted on as a group. The Commission may also remove agenda items from the Consent Calendar.