January 14, 2015

Wednesday, January 14, 2015
7:00 p.m.          

A quorum being present at Centerville City Hall, 250 North Main Street, Centerville, Utah.  The meeting of the Centerville City Planning Commission was called to order at 7:00 p.m.

David Hirschi, Chair
Gina Hirst
William Ince, arrived at 7:15 pm
Logan Johnson
Scott Kjar
Kevin Merrill
Debra Randall

Brandon Toponce, Assistant Planner
Lisa Romney, City Attorney
Kathy Streadbeck, Recording Secretary

Robert Holman
Paul Gapinski




The minutes of the Planning Commission meetings held December 10, 2014 were reviewed and amended. Commissioner Hirschi made amotion to approve the minutes as amended. The motion was seconded by Commissioner Merrill and passed by unanimous vote (6-0).


Commissioner Kjar and Commissioner Hirschi were both nominated to serve as Chair of the Planning Commission for 2015. Commissioner Hirschi was voted in as the Chair of the Planning Commission for 2015 with a unanimous vote (6-0).

Commissioner Merrill and Commissioner Hirst were both nominated to serve as the Vice-Chair of the Planning Commission for 2015. Commissioner Merrill was voted in as the Vice-Chair of the Planning Commission for 2015 with a roll-call vote (4-2).


Consider a final site plan for the Parkin Office/Warehouse Building to be located on Lot 5 of the Evergreen Business Park, 1384 West 75 North, in the I-H Zone.  Robert Holmes, Robert Holmes Construction Inc., Applicant

Brandon Toponce, Assistant Planner, reported the applicant received conceptual site plan approval from the Planning Commission last month. Mr. Toponce reviewed the conditions of approval set during the conceptual site plan approval. The applicant has met the necessary requirements for building elevation/materials, trash enclosure, and equipment screening. A landscaping/parking plan was submitted but lacks one (1) tree and six (6) shrubs. A new landscape plan must be submitted prior to building permit approval. The applicant is not proposing any signage at this time other than window signs. Any future changes to signage will require additional approval. The applicant will be required to secure all utility provider sheets and receive approval for the drainage system prior to building permit approval. The site has adequate fire protection with two (2) fire hydrants and a shared fire access.

The applicant will be developing the site all at once and will be required to post a bond for landscaping improvements and any other public improvements that may be required. The applicant will need to submit a building permit application with all the required construction drawings. The Building Official will need to approve the plans prior to any construction taking place on the property. The applicant has completed the necessary requirements to receive final site plan approval. The final site plan will expire after one (1) year, if the construction does not begin or a final occupancy is not issued, or the building is not completed within two years.

Lisa Romney, City Attorney, suggested the applicant be required to enter into an improvement agreement.

Commissioner Hirst made a motion for the Planning Commission to approve the final site plan for the Parkin Office/Warehouse Building, to be located at 1384 West 75 North, with the following conditions:

1.    An updated landscaping plan shall be submitted indicating 1 additional tree in the parking lot island and also, 6 additional shrubs within the parking lot island.  This shall be submitted and reviewed prior to the issuance of a building permit
2.    Utility provider sheets for Rocky Mountain Power and the South Davis Metro Fire Agency shall be submitted prior to the issuance of a building permit.
3.    All engineering and drainage shall be reviewed by City Staff and approved prior to the issuance of a building permit.
4.    An improvement agreement shall be entered into and a bond shall be posted by the applicant in regard to landscaping and public infrastructure improvements prior to the issuance of a building permit.
5.    A building permit shall be issued prior to any onsite construction
6.    Fire access at the northeast corner of the property shall be maintained as indicated on the final site plan.

Reasons for Action (findings):
1.    The submitted final site plan was found to be complete and adequate for review by the Planning Commission [Section 12-21(110)(e)].
2.    The final site plan conforms to the accepted conceptual plan dated December 10, 2014.
3.    The proposed site appears to have met all applicable development standards for the I-H Zone [Chapter 12-35].

The motion was seconded by Commissioner Kjar and passed by unanimous roll-call vote (7-0).


1.    The next regularly scheduled Planning Commission Meeting will be held on Wednesday, January 28, 2015.
2.    Upcoming Agenda items:
*    South Main Street Corridor (Walton Village), Zone Map & Text Amendment
*    ADUs Zone Text Amendment
*    Park Hills Phase 3, Preliminary Subdivision

The meeting was adjourned at 7:30 p.m.

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David Hirschi, Chair                                           Date Approved

Kathleen Streadbeck, Recording Secretary