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Date:  Tuesday July 16, 2019 (07/16/19)

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 Victor Planning & Zoning Commission

Meeting Agenda

Tuesday, July 16, 2019

7:00 p.m.

Victor City Hall – 32 Elm Street Victor, ID 83455

1.       Approval of Minutes from May 21, 2019 regular meeting (Action Item)

2.       Public Meeting: MOD2019-01 Victor Crossroads 10 S Main St. (Amended 7/3/19) Public Meeting: MOD2019-01 Victor Crossroads 10 S Main St. (Amended 7/3/19)
Victor Crossroads LLC, located at 10 South Main St, has requested to modify a condition of approval for their 2008 Conditional Use Permit (CU2008-02).  The request is to modify a condition that restricted the property from going through the condominiumization process.  the applicant has also requested to condominiumize their building to allow each unit to be sold individually.  This request includes parcel number: RPB0086010004B.  (Action Item)

Review Criteria (Section 14.10.5.A.):
1.       The change in conditions will not impact the public, service provides, neighborhood, or surrounding property owners.
2.       The change in conditions will not alter the original approval substantially.
3.       The change in conditions is within the criteria identified in Sec. 14.7.11.
4.       The change in conditions does not increase the scale or intensity of the use.


3.       Public Hearing: ZX2019-06 8025 S Baseline Rd.  Public Hearing: ZX2019-06 8025 S Baseline Rd.
Tracy Stull has requested a Rezone Map Amendment for her property located at 8025 S Baseline Road.  The request would rezone her property from Recreation (REC) to Residential Single and Two-Family (RS-7).  This request is an attempt to bring her non-conforming home back into a conforming use in accordance with Title 10 of the Municipal Code.  This request includes parcel numbers: RPB3N45E123150. (Action Item)

Review Criteria (Section 14.7.11.B):
1.       The Zoning Map Amendment substantially conforms to the Comprehensive Plan.
2.       The Zoning Map Amendment substantially conforms to the stated purpose and intent of this Code.
3.       The Zoning Map Amendment will reinforce the existing or planned character of the area.
4.       The subject property is appropriate for development allowed in the proposed district.
5.       There are substantial reasons why the property cannot be used according to the existing zoning.
6.       There is a need for the proposed use at the proposed location.
7.       The City and other service providers will be able to provide sufficient public facilities and services including schools, roads, recreation facilities, wastewater treatment, water supply and stormwater facilities, police, fire and emergency medical services, while maintaining sufficient levels of service to existing development.
8.       The Zoning Map Amendment will not significantly impact the natural environment, including air, water, noise, stormwater management, wildlife, and vegetation.
9.       The Zoning Map Amendment will not have a significant adverse impact on property in the vicinity of the subject property

4.       Public Hearing: ZX2019-05 1208 Hwy 31 Teton Valley Resort Public Hearing: ZX2019-05 1208 Hwy 31 Teton Valley Resort
Keith Larsen, representing Teton Valley Resort, has requested a Rezone Map Amendment for three (3) parcels associated with the resort.  The request would rezone the property from Residential Multi-Family 1 (RM-1) and Residential Multi-Family 2 (RM-2) to Recreation (REC).  This request is an attempt to bring a non-conforming use into compliance with the zoning and use standards found in Title 10 of the Municipal Code. This request includes parcel numbers: RPB3N45E108201, RPB3N45E107802, and RPB3N45E107801.  (Action Item)

Map submitted during  public hearing.

Letter documenting road to compliance that was submitted during the public hearing. 



Review Criteria (Section 14.7.11.B):
1.       The Zoning Map Amendment substantially conforms to the Comprehensive Plan.
2.       The Zoning Map Amendment substantially conforms to the stated purpose and intent of this Code.
3.       The Zoning Map Amendment will reinforce the existing or planned character of the area.
4.       The subject property is appropriate for development allowed in the proposed district.
5.       There are substantial reasons why the property cannot be used according to the existing zoning.
6.       There is a need for the proposed use at the proposed location.
7.       The City and other service providers will be able to provide sufficient public facilities and services including schools, roads, recreation facilities, wastewater treatment, water supply and stormwater facilities, police, fire and emergency medical services, while maintaining sufficient levels of service to existing development.
8.       The Zoning Map Amendment will not significantly impact the natural environment, including air, water, noise, stormwater management, wildlife, and vegetation.
9.       The Zoning Map Amendment will not have a significant adverse impact on property in the vicinity of the subject property

5.       Public Hearing: VAR2019-02 234 W Birch St.
Steven and Carissa Upchurch have requested a Variance for their property located at 234 W Birch St.  This request is to vary the Riparian Buffer standards outlined in Chapter 13 of Title 10 of the Municipal Code.  Following this action, the applicant is looking to develop a single-family house and the current Riparian Buffer standards severely limit the development potential. The Applicant is also currently undergoing the FEMA Letter of Map Amendment process. This request includes parcel number: RPB0087011013A (Action Item)

Review Criteria (Section 14.7.13.B):
1.    A literal interpretation of the provisions of this Code would effectively deprive the applicant of rights commonly enjoyed by other properties of the zoning district in which the property is located;
2.    Granting the requested variance will not confer upon the property of the applicant any special privileges that are denied to other properties of the zoning district in which the property is located;
3.    The requested variance will be in harmony with the purpose and intent of this Code and will not be injurious to the neighborhood or to the general welfare;
4.    The special circumstances are not the result of the actions of the applicant;
5.    The variance requested is the minimum variance that will make possible the proposed use of the land, building, or structure;
6.    The variance does not permit a use of land, buildings or structures, which is not permitted by right in the zoning district; and
7.    The variance does not reduce the lot size below the minimum lot size allowed in the zoning district.
8.    If applicable, all variances requested in the Trail Creek Flood Damage Prevention Overlay conform with the requirements of Title 11: Flood Control.

6.      Work Session: Large Non-Residential Applications. (Amended 6/27/19)
City Council identified large non-residential projects at the May 22, 2019 regular meeting as a development type that may require modification to the current development standards. At the June 26, 2019 regular meeting Council directed staff and Planning and Zoning Commission to study in further detail two potential solutions that were identified in that meeting.   

7.     Planning Department Update
8.       Calendaring: The next P&Z Commission meeting will be August 20, 2019.
9.       Meeting Adjourn (Action Item)

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Please note that at any time during the meeting, the Chair or Commissioners may change the order of items listed on this agenda.

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