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2017-02-27 - Agendas - Final CITY OF Fay -y� l'I'l� AGENDA ARKNSAS Final Agenda Planning Commission Meeting February 27, 2017 5:30 PM 113 W. Mountain, Room 219 Members: Kyle Cook (Chair), Ron Autry (Vice Chair), Matthew Hoffman (Secretary), Tracy Hoskins, Janet Selby, Ryan Noble, Tom Brown, Leslie Belden, and Allison Thurmond Quinlan City Staff: Andrew Garner, City Planning Director; Jonathan Curth, Senior Planner; Quin Thompson, Planner; Harry Davis, Planner City Attorney: Kit Williams Call to Order Roll Call Consent 1. Approval of the minutes from the February 13, 2017 meeting. 2. ADM 17-5723: Administrative Item (1285 E. MILLSAP RD./CHRISTIAN LIFE CATHEDRAL LSD EXTENSION, 214): Submitted by MCCLELLAND ENGINEERS, INC. for property located at 1285 E. MILLSAP RD. The property is zoned P-1 INSTITUTIONAL, and contains approximately 11.37 acres. The request is for an extension to the approval of LSD 15-5222 Planner: Quin Thompson 3. ADM 17-5724: Administrative Item (SOUTH OF POWDERHORN DRIVE/MTN. RANCH S/D PH. III PARKLAND DEDICATION, 479): Submitted by JORGENSEN & ASSOCIATES, INC. for properties located SOUTH OF POWDERHORN DRIVE/MOUNTAIN RANCH PHASE III. The request is for modification of Condition of Approval#2 from PPL 15-5236 (Mountain Ranch III) to accept parkland dedication instead of money in lieu. Planner: Quin Thompson Old Business 4. VAR 17-5721: Variance (NORTHWEST OF MAINE STREET AND CROSS AVE./HENSON DUPLEXES, 520): Submitted by ENGINEERING SERVICES, INC. for property located at the NORTHWEST CORNER OF MAINE STREET AND CROSS AVENUE. The property is zoned RMF-18, Residential Multi-Family 18 Units per Acre and contains approximately 0.80 acres. The request is for a variance of the Urban Residential Design Standards for construction of five new duplexes. Planner: Andrew Garner THE APPLICANT HAS REQUESTED THIS ITEM BE TABLED UNTIL MARCH 27, 2017 Mailing Address: 113 W. Mountain Street www.fayetteville-ar.gav Fayetteville, AR 72701 New Business 5. VAR 17-5726: Variance (SE OF SPRING ST. & WEST AVE./THEATRE SQUARED, 484): Submitted by MARVEL ARCHITECTS, INC. for properties located SE OF SPRING ST. &WEST AVE. The properties are zoned MSC-MAIN STREET CENTER and contain approximately 0.88 acres. The request is for a variance to UDC Chapter§166.21 Downtown Design Overlay District requirements for minimum percentage of glass, visible window sills, pedestrian entrance spacing and window trim requirements. Planner: Harry Davis 6 PPL 17-5710: Preliminary Plat (N. OF SONOMA FALLS ST. & BAYBERRY AVE./HAMPTONS SD, PH. II & III, 608): Submitted by ENGINEERING SERVICES, INC. for properties located NORTH OF SONOMA FALLS ST. & BAYBERRY AVE.. The properties are zoned RSF-4, RESIDENTIAL SINGLE FAMILY, 4 UNITS PER ACRE and contain approximately 16.20 acres. The request is for 53 single-family lots. Planner: Jonathan Curth 7. CUP 17-5715: Conditional Use (524 W. ADAMS ST./WINBERRY, 445): Submitted by JUSTIN WINBERRY for property located at 524 W. ADAMS ST. The property is zoned RSF- 4, RESIDENTIAL SINGLE FAMILY, 4 UNITS PER ACRE and contains approximately 0.21 acres. The request is for a Limited Business (UU-12) in an RSF-4 zoned district Planner: Jonathan Curth 8. RZN 17-5714: Rezone (515 E TOWNSHIP ST/M. MAHAN, 290): Submitted by JORGENSEN & ASSOCIATES for property at the 515 E TOWNSHIP ST. The property is zoned RSF-4 RESIDENTIAL SINGLE-FAMILY, 4 UNITS PER ACRE, containing approximately 0.50 acres total. The request is to rezone the property to NC, NEIGHBORHOOD CONSERVATION. Planner: Harry Davis The following items have been approved administratively by staff Announcements • Officer Nominating Committee (Ron Autry, Ryan Noble and Matthew Hoffman)will provide a list of nominees for consideration by the Planning Commission members. Election of officers will take place March 27, 2017. Adjourn 2 NOTICE TO MEMBERS OF THE AUDIENCE: All interested parties may appear and be heard at the public hearings. If you wish to address the Planning Commission on an agenda item please queue behind the podium when the Chair asks for public comment. Once the Chair recognizes you, go to the podium and give your name and address.Address your comments to the Chair, who is the presiding officer. The Chair will direct your comments to the appropriate appointed official, staff, or others for response. Please keep your comments brief, to the point, and relevant to the agenda item being considered so that everyone has a chance to speak. Interpreters or TDD, Telecommunication Device for the Deaf, are available for all public hearings; 72 hour notice is required. For further information or to request an interpreter, please call 575-8330. As a courtesy please turn off all cell phones and pagers. A copy of the Planning Commission agenda and other pertinent data are open and available for inspection in the office of City Planning (575-8267), 125 West Mountain Street, Fayetteville, Arkansas. All interested parties are invited to review the petitions. 3 CITY OF Ta L MINUTES ARKANSAS Planning Commission Meeting February 13, 2017 5:30 PM 113 W. Mountain, Room 219 Members: Kyle Cook (Chair), Ron Autry (Vice Chair), Matthew Hoffman (Secretary), Tracy Hoskins, Janet Selby, Ryan Noble, Tom Brown, Leslie Belden, and Allison Thurmond Quinlan Call to Order: 5:30 PM, Kyle Cook In Attendance: Members: Kyle Cook (Chair), Ron Autry (Vice Chair), Matthew Hoffman (Secretary), Tracy Hoskins, Janet Selby, Ryan Noble, Tom Brown, Leslie Belden, and Allison Thurmond Quinlan Absent: None. City Staff: Andrew Garner, City Planning Director; Harry Davis, Planner; Jonathan Ely, Engineering City Attorney: Kit Williams Consent Agenda: 1. Approval of the minutes from the January 23, 2017 meeting. Motion: Commissioner Selby made a motion to approve the consent agenda. Commissioner Autry seconded the motion. Upon roll call the motion passed with a vote of 8-0-0. Old Business: No Items. Mailing Address: Planning Commission 113 W. Mountain Street www.fayetteV,gorua 27,2017 Fayetteville, AR 72701 A��� itemut 1 Y 2-13-2017 Minutes Page 1 of 9 New Business: 2. VAR 17-5721: Variance (NORTHWEST OF MAINE STREET AND CROSS AVEJHENSON DUPLEXES, 520): Submitted by ENGINEERING SERVICES, INC. for property located at the NORTHWEST CORNER OF MAINE STREET AND CROSS AVENUE. The property is zoned RMF-18, Residential Multi-Family 18 Units per Acre and contains approximately 0.80 acres. The request is for a variance of the Urban Residential Design Standards for construction of five new duplexes. Andrew Garner, City Planning Director: Gave the staff report. Taylor Meharg, ESI, Inc. applicant representative: Present for questions. He stated agreement with the conditions. Public Comment: Tom Brown, 2031 West Maine Street. Lives just to the west of this development but on the south side of the street. He discussed the old deed on the property and that the survey lines do not line up and that he has lost some of his property because of the alignment of the street. He requested not approving any developments on this site until the issue with survey discrepancies have been addressed. Hope Benedict, lives at the corner of Maine and Cross. Parking is a problem. Cars that have access in the back are still parking in the front. My request is to reevaluate parking in the street because it is already a problem. Scott Collins, not a landowner. Question for the engineer. They are building an apartment into the hillside. Is there really significant difference in cost if it is at the back of the building or at the back of a driveway? No more public comment was presented. Kit Williams, City Attorney. The road that is there has been there for a very long time. There is a statute of limitations in order to bring an adverse condemnation against the city. Even if there has been a mistake with the location of the currently existing road, inverse condemnation would not succeed. It does not permit the road to be expanded onto their property. Any road expansion would be the responsibility of the developer adjacent to the road. Garner: Discussed the discrepancy between surveyors and on-street parking issues and parking over the sidewalk. Cook: Asked about the retaining walls that the member of the public brought up. Meharg: Discussed the retaining walls for a potential alternative to rear load the units. Matthew Hoffman, Commissioner: Discussed that due to the unique circumstances, they are entitled to a variance. But he is not sure that the design standards are the preferred variance to the Hillside Hilltop Overlay District. Rear loading these would cause more expensive retaining walls. I would be more inclined to support this. He asked about access. He discussed the large amount of concrete in front of these units. I am concerned it will end up looking like a shopping center parking lot. Planning Commission FebruaryY7,2017 Agenda Item 1 2-13-2017 Minutes Page 2 of 9 Andrew Henson, developer: Answered questions about the garage doors. He also explained the requirement to have 50 feet between driveways which limited the number of curb cuts. Hoffman: Do you view the cost of rear loading these to be prohibitive? Henson: Discussed the cost of different development options. Hoffman: Agreed that it is too bad we are having to choose between the parking in front and impacting the HHOD in the back. We only have bad alternatives on this project. Alison Quinlan, Commissioner: Asked about the stairs/stoop coming out. Henson: Described the stoops will be there on each unit. Quinlan: Asked about difficult turning movements on these tight driveways. Henson: Discussed that they feel the parking movements will work. He described treatments that will be utilized along the front of the property. Quinlan: I would have concerns with parking in the street and parking and driveways. The practicality standpoint. She discussed the staff alternative. I don't know that I could support this because of neighbor concerns. Tracy Hoskins, Commissioner: It seems that this could be done with retaining walls and rear loading the units. I think the large retaining wall could be divided between the front and back. I think the driveway in front is a disaster. As this is presented it is not something I could support. I believe there are probably some alternatives here. Henson: Discussed some other reasons why they are front loading the units. Hoskins: Discussed further costs and benefits of various rear loading scenarios. Tom Brown, Commissioner: Asked about the original subdivision and development requirements. Garner: Discussed the HHOD and subdivision requirements. Henson: Asked about rear loading the two easternmost duplexes, but allowing front loading on the three westernmost duplexes. Hoffman: Described an alternative design for three easternmost units. Hoskins: Asked about curb cut locations and greenspace configurations. Henson: Make sure I understand what we need to do before we table the item. Hoffman: I think if you were to come back and look at the three buildings on the east, rear-loaded, pulled up to the street. Move the western buildings where there is one driveway per duplex. I would be fine to support whatever variances were needed. Planning Commission Februaryf-7,2017 Agenda Item 1 2-13-2017 Minutes Page 3 of 9 Quinlan: I don't think I could support a split having some in front and some in back. I am in support of tree preservation or grading in order to pull the buildings closer to the street. I agree with Hoskins that is there is a 3-6' wall in front, then a block wall in the back, I think that is going to be the best approach for maneuverability, students stuck in this ditch, concerns from the neighbors. Commissioners Hoskins and Selby: Agreed with Quinlan. Tom Brown, Commissioner: I like what Hoffman indicated. There are two issues from the neighbors' issues. What about the water issues. Jonathan Ely, City Engineering: Responded that building permits have not been submitted and water service have not been analyzed yet. Ron Autry, Commissioner: I agree with Hoffman's ideas. I don't want to overburden the applicant with all these requirements. It seems the most logical sensible situation. Kit Williams, City Attorney: Discussed for the applicant's benefit that there are two hurdles here, the Planning Commissioner variance, but potentially an appeal to the City Council if the HHOD is varied. The Planning Commission variances are primarily related to aesthetics. The HHOD is supported by safety and drainage with issues of development on hillsides when the council approved the HHOD. I would caution you to doing too much that would not be in following the HHOD. If in fact, the neighbors thought the developer were not doing that, the neighbors could appeal the decision to City Council. Hoskins: Discussed another option to side-load one of the units. Motion: Commissioner Hoffman made a motion to table VAR 17-5721 for two weeks. Commissioner Autry seconded the motion. Upon roll call the motion passed with a vote of 8-0-0. Planning Commission February, 7,2017 Agen a Item 1 2-13-2017 Minutes Page 4 of 9 3. CCP 17-5699: Concurrent Plat (1705 W. NETTLESHIP DR./NETTLESHIP DEVELOPMENT, 520): Submitted by BLEW &ASSOCIATES, INC. for properties located at 1705 W. NETTLESHIP DR. The properties are zoned RMF-24, RESIDENTIAL MULTI FAMILY, 24 UNITS PER ACRE and contain approximately 3.74 acres. The request is to re-plat 24 existing multi-family lots into 15 lots. Andrew Garner, City Planning Director: Gave the staff report. Jorge DuQuesne, Blew and Associates, applicant: Present for questions. Public Comment: Tom Brown, 2031 West Maine: The map in this packet shows that the Main Street is contiguous to my house. If we cannot demand simple compliance to the plat, how can we have confidence in the other Planning Commission decisions? Why can't we depend on you to stop bad development? There is no reason why the developers can't get this straightened out. I have to insist that you protect us. Hope Benedict, Cross and main resident: On the game nights, students park along this area. People have been passing by the "do not drive" signs on the roads and parking all over there. It is hazardous for residents. How do you intend to widen the road?Where is the road in relation to the right-of-way? What are the sidewalk requirements for the extension? What are the on-street parking laws?What will the signage say on who gets to park where? Ramay Junior High Schools is over here. I regret all these trees being gone. What protection is being offered for the existing homes during construction of the new homes? No more public comment was presented. Matthew Hoffman, Commissioner: Called the member of the public, Mr. Tom Brown, back to the stand. Have you engaged your own surveyor to survey your property? Tom Brown, resident: No. Hoffman: Asked the City to describe what options the property owner has in discrepancies of surveys? Kit Williams, City Attorney: Any property owner that believes the neighboring property owner is on his property, can hire his own surveyor, and it could be taken to court. The fact finders in the court would have to judge which survey is accurate, where the property lines are located. This is similar when someone complains about someone not following a restrictive covenant. That decision has to be made by the courts. Matthew Hoffman, Commissioner: Asked about the street widening for Nettleship. Garner: Confirmed that the widening has been completed and does not allow on-street parking. Tom Brown, Commissioner: I want to totally understand how this development was processed. That means this subdivision falls outside certain development rules? Garner: Discussed the development rules and how it applied to this project. Planning Commission FebruaryE�7,2017 Agenda Item 1 2-13-2017 Minutes Page 5 of 9 Jonathan Ely, City Engineering: Discussed stormwater drainage that the project complied. Brown (Commissioner): This project is basically complete. What strikes me most is the amount of clear cutting that has occurred. They were not being required to comply with our tree preservation code. Could we look at conditions that either through covenants, request that they comply with some of the provisions of the tree preservation code. Could we at least require a landscape plan for 20% landscaping for a new home? Williams: They have complied with the ordinances. It is an unusual situation because there was some street frontage and water utilities. The tree preservation is required when the streets and utility infrastructure goes in. We can't make that a requirement. Garner: Stated that additional landscaping could not legally be required as this is an existing subdivision, no new lots are being created. Allison Quinlan, Commissioner: Asked about the lot width and rear loading? DuQuesne: Responded that they will be rear loaded. Quinlan: Asked about on-street parking. DuQuesne: Discussed that they simply wanted to continue the townhouse scenario that they built adjacent to the east, which has rear alley loading and no on-street parking on Nettleship. Ron Autry, Commissioner: Discussed that this project is meeting all of the requirements. He discussed why the City can't require or determine which survey is accurate. DuQuesne: Discussed his opinion on the differences in the surveys. Motion: Commissioner Quinlan made a motion to approve CCP 17-5699 with conditions as recommended by staff. Commissioner Selby seconded the motion. Upon roll call the motion passed with a vote of 8-0-0. Planning Commission Februar47,2017 Agenda Item 1 2-13-2017 Minutes Page 6 of 9 4. CUP 16-5696: Conditional Use (1540 W. MARKHAM RD./MARKHAM COURT, 482): Submitted by ROBERT SHARP for properties located at 1540 W. MARKHAM RD. The properties are zoned RSF-4, RESIDENTIAL SINGLE FAMILY, 4 UNIT PER ACRE and contains approximately 1.61 acres. The request is for construction of a cluster housing development with 12 single family dwellings. Quin Thompson, Planner: Gave the staff report. Robert Sharp, applicant's representative: Said that he accepts all conditions of approval recommended by staff. Public Comment: Scott Collins, neighbor: Said that street frontage does not match with existing survey. He asked if the Commission was splitting the lots or changing lines. Bob Koser, neighbor: Said that the proposal contains far too many homes for this lot. Anita Hejtmanek, neighbor: Said that the development was too dense for this single-family neighborhood. She spoke about traffic speeds and congestion on Markham, saying that the development does not fit with the neighborhood. No more public comment presented. Sharp: Said that a property line adjustment will be proposed to correct the lot frontage. He added that each lot on Markham will have 68 feet of street frontage. Matthew Hoffman, Commissioner: Read the first priority of City Plan 2030, in which 'appropriate infill' is made the City's highest priority. He spoke about development in his neighborhood, which has seen a great deal of infill development and new home construction. I think this development is appropriate, and I support it. Allison Quinlan, Commissioner: Said she strongly support this project, and the goals of City Plan 2030. She added that the Markham Road treatment will buffer the density for the neighborhood. She said we are facing growing pains, but that this development should be commended. Tracy Hoskins, Commissioner: Asked Mr. Sharp to explain how the parking would work within certain unit types. Sharp: Explained parking. Hoskins: Said that he had a problem with the development, namely that he will lose his game day parking, which is currently at this location. He noted that many attempts have been made to create a Cottage type development that have not come to be built, and that perhaps the new Cluster Housing ordinance is already having good effects. Motion: Planning Commission February�27,2017 Agenda Item 1 2-13-2017 Minutes Page 7 of 9 Commissioner Hoskins made a motion to approve CUP 16-5696. Commissioner Quinlan seconded the motion. Upon roll call the motion passed with a vote of 7-0-0. Commissioner Autry was absent at time of vote. Planning Commission Februar47,2017 Agenda Item 1 2-13-2017 Minutes Page 8 of 9 5.ADM 17-5707: Administrative Item (UDC Chapter 160.02/UDC Amendment Official Zoning Map): Submitted by CITY PLANNING STAFF for revisions to UDC Chapter 160.02 to adopt a digital format for the official zoning map and simplify existing codes. Harry Davis, Planner: Read the staff report. Public Comment: No public comment was presented. Kit Williams, City Attorney: Agrees with staff and points out a typing error to change "major" to "Mayor". Matthew Hoffman, Commissioner: States they would like administrative policy to adopt a time limit on updating the map and require a regularly printed map. Williams: Cautions against putting requirements on city staff. Motion: Commissioner Quinlan made a motion to forward ADM 17-5707 to City Council with a recommendation for approval. Commissioner Hoffman seconded the motion. Upon roll call the motion passed with a vote of 8-0-0. Reports: None Announcements: None Adjournment Time: 7:33 PM Submitted by: City Planning Division Planning Commission Februaryg7,2017 Agenda Item 1 2-13-2017 Minutes Page 9 of 9 CITY OF Le PLANNING COMMISSION MEMO ARKANSAS TO: Fayetteville Planning Commission THRU: Andrew, Garner, City Planning Director FROM: Quin Thompson, Current Planner MEETING: February 27, 2017 SUBJECT: ADM 17-5723: Administrative Item (1285 E. MILLSAP RD.ICHRISTIAN LIFE CATHEDRAL LSD EXTENSION, 214): Submitted by MCCLELLAND ENGINEERS, INC. for property located at 1285 E. MILLSAP RD. The property is zoned P-1 INSTITUTIONAL, and contains approximately 11.37 acres. The request is for an extension to the approval of LSD 15-5222 RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends approval of ADM 17-5723 with conditions. BACKGROUND: The subject property is located at the east end of Millsap Road and is comprised of five(5) parcels containing a total area of approximately 15.05 acres within the P-1 zoning district. The property is developed with church whose sanctuary at 1285 Millsap Road is contained in a building of approximately 44,000 square feet. On October 19, 2015, the Subdivision Committee approved LSD 15-5222, entitling the Church to develop a new wedding chapel of approximately 1,800 square feet, with changing areas and restrooms in a forested area to the north of an existing parking lot. Surrounding land use and zoning is depicted on Table 9. Table'I Surrounding Land Use and Zoning Direction from Site Land Use Zoning North Undeveloped 1-1, Heavy Commercial and Light IndustriallRMF-24, Residential Multi-family South Single-Family Residential RSF-4, Residential Single-Family East Single-Family Residential RSF-4, Residential Single-Family West Commercial/Institutional 1-1, Heavy Commercial and Light Industrial/C-2,Thoroughfare Commercial Proposal: The applicant requests extension of the one year time limit to complete all required tasks for the Large Scale Development.The one year time limit expired on October 19, 2015. The extension would be for one additional year to obtain all permits to complete the project. If permits to construct the project have not been obtained within the extension period, the Large Scale Development shall be rendered null and void in accordance with City development code. Planning Commission Mailing Address: February 27,2017 113 W. Mountain Street www.fayettevill"49da Item 2 Fayetteville, AR 72701 17-5723 CLC LSD Ext. Page 1 of 10 The City of Fayetteville Unified Development Code (UDC) Section 166.20(b) gives the Planning Commission authority to extend the Large Scale Development Approval by one additonal year from the original approval date. In order to extend this approval, the applicant must: (1) request the extension within 18 months of approval; and (2) show good cause why the tasks could not reasonably be completed within the standard time period. If the one year extension is granted, it is within this time that the applicant must obtain all permits to complete the project. Findings: (1) The applicant submitted the extension request to the Planning Division on February 9, 2017, prior to the 18 month time limit ending on, April 19, 2017. (2) As described in the applicant's letter, an extended fund raising period following the original approval was cited as the reason for the delay in permitting. Recommended Motion: Planning staff recommends approval of ADM 17-5723, the requested extension for LSD 15-5222 with the following conditions: 1. The applicant shall be allowed until October 19, 2017 to obtain all permits necessary to complete the project, otherwise all approved plans for the project shall be rendered null and void. 2. The proposed development shall comply with all applicable zoning and development regulations that may have been adopted subsequent to the original project approval. 3. All other conditions of approval for the project shall remain applicable. PLANNING COMMISSION ACTION: Required Date: February 27, 2017 Cl Approved El Forwarded ❑ Denied Motion: Second: Vote: Notes: BUDGETISTAFF IMPACT: None. Planning Commission February G:\ETCOevelopment Services Review120170evelo ment Reviewl17-5723 ADM 1285 E.Millsa RdAgenda Item 2 (Chistian Life Chapel -LSD Ext.)214103 Planning Commission102-27-20171Comments and Redlines 17-5723 CLC LSD Ext. Page 2 of 10 Attachments: • Staff report LSD 15-5222 ■ Applicant's letter ■ Site Plans ■ Close Up Map ■ One Mile Map ■ Current Land Use Map Planning Commission February 27,2017 G:IETMDevelopment Services Review120171DeveIopment Review117-5723 ADM 1285 E.MiIIsap Rd. Agenda Item 2 {Chistian Life Chapel -LSD Ext.}214103 Planning Commission102-27-20171Comments and Redlines 17-5723 CLC LSD Ext. Page 3 of 10 CITY OF • aov SUBDIVISION COMMITTEE MEMO ARKANSAS TO: Fayetteville Subdivision Committee THRID: Andrew Garner, City Planning Director FROM: Quin Thompson, Current Planner Corey Granderson, Staff Engineer MEETING: October 29, 2015 Ll dated with Subdivision Committee results SUBJECT: LSD 15-5222: Large Scale Development (1285 E. MILLSAP RD.ICHRISTIAN LIFE WEDDING CHAPEL, 214): Submitted by MCLELLAND CONSULTING ENGINEERS, INC.for properties located at 1285 E. MILLSAP RD. The properties are zoned P-1, INSTITUTIONAL, and contain approximately 12.30 acres. The request is for a wedding chapel totaling approximately 1,800 square feet with associated parking. RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends forwarding LSD 15-5222 to the full Planning Commission with conditions of approval. BACKGROUND: The subject property is located at east end of Millsap Road and is comprised of five (5) parcels containing a total area of approximately 15.08 acres within the P-1 zoning district. The property is developed with-church whose sanctuary at 1285 Millsap Road is contained in a building of approximately 44,000 square feet. Surrounding land use and zoning is depicted on Table 1. Table 1 surrounding Land Use and Zvnin Direction from Site Land Use Zoning North Undeveloped 1-1,Heavy Commercial and Light IndustriallRMF-24.Residential multi-family South Single-Family Residential RSF-4, Residential Single-Family East Sin le-Family Residential RSF-4,Residential Single-Family West CammerciaEllnstitutipnal I-1,Heavy Cflmmercial and Light IndustriallC Z,Tharou hfare Commercial Proposal: The proposal is to develop a new wedding chapel of approximately 1,800 square feet with changing areas and restrooms to the north of an existing parking area. Water and Sewer System:The site has access to public water and public sewer. Adjacent streets and right-of-way: This site has street frontage at the end of Millsap Road, a Master Street Plan (MSF) designated `Local Street'with 50'feet of right-of-way (ROW) required, and provided. SuRaIVISION a mittee Mailing Address: October 29,2015 113 W.Mountain Street www.fayeti,l yAh Commission 15-5222 Fayetteville,AR 72701 t 6Pu�27,2017 Page 1 of 21 Agenda Item 2 17-5723 CLC LSD Ext. Page 4 of 10 Street Improvements: Staff is not recommending street improvements finding that the proposed chapel is not expected to significantly increase traffic or other impacts to the site. Tree Preservation: Canopy minimum requirement., 25% Existing canopy: 65% Preserved canopy: 65% Mitigation required: 6 Access Management/Connectivity:Existing conforming access to the site will not be changed with this proposal. RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends approval of LSD 15-5222 with the following conditions. Conditions of Approval: 1. Subdivision Committee recommendation of street improvements. Staff does not recommend street improvements with the project. Subdivision Committee determined in favor of this condition as recommended (10-29-15). 2. All tree preservation, landscape, engineering and fire department conditions included herein shall apply. All revisions shall be addressed prior to construction plan approval. Standard conditions of approval: 3. Impact fees for fire, police, water, and sewer shall be paid in accordance with City ordinance. 4. If applicable, a business license shall be obtained prior to opening the business to the public. 5. Plat Review and Subdivision comments (to include written staff comments provided to the applicant or his representative, and all comments from utility representatives: AR Western Gas, SWBT, Ozarks, SWEPCO, and Cox Communications). 6. Staff approval of final detailed plans, specifications and calculations (where applicable)for grading, drainage, water, sewer, fire protection, streets (public and private), sidewalks, parking lot(s) and tree preservation. The information submitted for the plat review process was reviewed for general concept only. All public improvements are subject to additional review and approval. All improvements shall comply with City's current requirements. 7. Ail exterior lights shall comply with the City lighting ordinance. Manufacturer's cut-sheets are required for review and approval prior to issuance of a building permit. 8. All freestanding and wall signs shall comply with ordinance specifications for location, size, type, number, etc. Any proposed signs shall be permitted by a separate sign permit application prior to installation. Freestanding pole signs and electronic message boards (direct lighting) are prohibited in the Design Overlay District. 9, Large scale development shall be valid for one calendar year. Subdivision Committee October 29,2015 G:lM0evelopment Services Review120150evelopment Review115-5222 LSD 1285 E.Millsap Agenda r�n Commission Rd.(CLC Chapel)102 Subdivision CommitteeM-29-20151Comments and Redlines 15-5222 CIFOS"27,2017 Page 2 of 21 Agenda Item 2 17-5723 CLC LSD Ext. Page 5 of 10 10. Prior to building permit, a cost estimate for all required landscaping is to be submitted to the Landscape Administrator for review, Once approval is gained, a guarantee is to be issued (bond/letter of crediticash)for 150% of the cost of the materials and installation of the plants. This guarantee will be held until the improvements are installed and inspected, at the time of Certificate of Occupancy. 11. Prior to the issuance of a building permit the following is required: a. Grading and drainage permits b. An on-site inspection by the Landscape Administrator of all tree protection measures prior to any land disturbance. C. Separate easement plat for this project that shall include the tree preservation area and all utility easements. d. Project Disk with all final revisions e. One copy of final construction drawings showing landscape plans including tree preservation measures submitted to the Landscape Administrator. f. Completion of all required improvements or the placement of a surety with the City (letter of credit, bond, escrow) as required by Section 158.01 "Guarantees in Lieu of Installed Improvements"to guarantee all incomplete improvements. Further, all improvements necessary to serve the site and protect public safety must be completed, notjust guaranteed,priorto the issuance of a Certificate of Occupancy. Subdivision Committee Action: ❑ Approved 0 Forwarded ❑ Denied Meeting Date: October 29, 2095 Motion: Nobie Second: Hoskins Vote. 2-Q-0 Note- Approved with conditions as recommended. BUDGETISTAFF IMPACT: None. Attachments: • Engineering Division comments ■ Urban Forestry Division comments ■ Applicant's letter ■ Site Pians ■ Elevations ■ Close Up Map • One Mile Map Subdivision Committee October 29.2015 G:%ETMDevelopment Services Review12015\oevelopment Review116.5222 LSD 1285 E.Milfsap AgendaF%Vn� Commission Rd.{CLC Chape l}102 Subdivision Gommittee110-29-20151Comments and Redlines 15-5222 CL�Pi 127 2017 Page 3 of 21 Agenda Item 2 17-5723 CLC LSD Ext. Page 6 of 10 M[CLELLAND 1810 N.College Avenue P.C.Box 1229 CONSULTING Fayetteville,AR 73703172702-1223 RrEENGINEERS INC. 479-443-23771Fax 479-443-9241 www.mc c lellan d-e n grs.c om To: The City of Fayetteville-Planning Commission From: Christian Life Cathedral Date: February 08, 2017 Subject: LSD Approval Extension -Christian Life Cathedral •Wedding Chapel Addition Dear Planning Staff, Christian Life Cathedral(CLC)and McClelland Consulting Engineers, Inc.,are requesting an extension for a Large Scala Development project located on 12.3 acres in Northern Fayetteville AR. More specifically located at the Christian Life Cathedral, 1285 Millsap Road. The project includes the addition of a+I-1,800 square foot wedding chapel and associated restrooms and changing rooms. Plans propose the extension of water, sewer, and electrical services to these buildings. Drainage criteria was met by replacing enough impervious parking surface with permeable pavers so that no other stormwater Facilities are required. This LSD was originally approved on October 29,2015. Immediate construction of the project could not begin at that time as Christian Life Cathedrai was actively pursuing funding for the construction of the project. The requested extension will allow for fundraising to continue for full funding of the project. Please don't hesitate to contact me if you should have any questions or concerns regarding this notification. S' _ C � taus❑ixon Pastor Christian Life Cathedral sdd70x7@grnail.com Planning Commission February 27,2017 Agenda Item 2 17-5723 CLC LSD Ext. Page 7 of 10 ADM 17-5723 CHRISTIAN LIFE CHAPEL - LSD Close Up View VANTAGE s� -:ri•rrrrr r-- I-1 RNIF-2¢ Subject Property �G F� a� I'-I R F.SII',SAP RJ LU R-0 LU x h J m WINFIELD DR RSI-4 NORTH R S F-4 Legend 1.1 Heavy Feet I.1 3-IeaYy Commen:tal aM Lign!In6u5trlal k 1 Feet Rssidenfia!-Offic k__ 1 Planning Area C-2 Fayetteville Cit Limits 0 75 150 300 450 600 P' Y Y Building Footprint 1 inch = 200 feet Planning Commission February 27,2017 Agenda Item 2 17-5723 CLC LSD Ext. Page 8 of 10 ADM 17-5723 CHRISTIAN LIFE CHAPEL - LSD AL One Mile View NORTH 0 0 125 0.25 0.5 Miles jl it i' I I P �I R-Q LU i I� m 71 4 ra m .VAN NSG� -1 p Subject Property R- AND L0 4 RNIF-24 WINFIELD OR R5F4 -- BRIGHTON PL Rl-1Z +I N9 EXTRACTION Legend RESIOENnAL SINGLE-FAMILY =I Legend _-_ El ..a COMM�ERCWrn� ! Planning Area L.•-7, w 3 L Fayetteville City Limits FORM RASE°418iT3 '"'•• Shared Use Paved Trail RE&OENIIAL MULTI-FAMILY 911111 Trail(Proposed) L _� Design Overlay District •-----= ��.F� P A4NE020NIN6gSriiPCTS Planning Area - aqusllaAl NsmU.,oHa •o�ti Building Footprint 0 Fayetteville City Limits Planning Commission February 27,2017 Agenda Item 2 17-5723 CLC LSD Ext. Page 9 of 10 ADM 17-5723 CHRISTIAN LIFE CHAPEL - LSD I A Current Land Use NORTH Ai . ..... ••% s y .30 VANTAGE 1 f,� SAID ST y µr vowel "A~ ' y j w Subject Property F 4, r i Christian LifeQ It Cat 1,1lLl.snP RD - h hedral LU + J Single Family ..� �. -� .4 LLF !ice � - � + m 1 14 A WINFI£LD DR { •.rft _o 1 ° _� ❑ k BRJGH ON PL Y C Single Family + w � � a i �� '7f" •r ' ox, U E ` i 2015IrAgery FEMA Flood Hazard Data Streets Planned MSP Class �r COLLECTOR EOG-Year F'looaplaln �COLLECTOR Feet. ■ FI400111ay I Shu°E u.P-r Tw �p1Anr.729 0 112-5 225 450 675 940 e�nry Pwcen 1 Inch - 300 feet t� =,y°ae.ae cay umrt. Planning Commission February 27,2017 Agenda Item 2 17-5723 CLC LSD Ext. Page 10 of 10 CITY OF 'AFay • e el e PLANNING COMMISSION MEMO ARKANSAS TO: Fayetteville Planning Commission FROM: Quin Thompson, Planner THRU: Andrew Garner, Planning Director MEETING DATE: February 27, 2017 SUBJECT: ADM 17-5724: Administrative Item (SOUTH OF POWDERHORN DRIVEIMTN. RANCH SID PH. 111 PARKLAND DEDICATION, 479): Submitted by JORGENSEN & ASSOCIATES, INC. for properties located SOUTH OF POWDERHORN DRIVE/MOUNTAIN RANCH PHASE III. The request is for modification of Condition of Approval #2 from PPL 15-5236 (Mountain Ranch Ill)to accept parkland dedication instead of money in lieu. RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends approval of ADM 17-5724 with conditions. BACKGROUND: The subject property is located south of the Mountain Ranch Subdivision east of the new South Rupple Road corridor. The property is in the process of being developed and platted into a Phase Ill of the Mountain Ranch Subdivision. Surrounding land use and zoning is depicted on Table 1. Table 1 Surroundinq Land Use and Zoning, Direction from Site Land Use Zoning North Mountain Ranch Subdivision RSF-4, Residential Single Family Four Units per Acre South Undeveloped pasture NC, Neighborhood Conservation; R- A, Residential-A ricultural East Undeveloped pasture R-A, Residential-Agricultural; NC, Neighborhood Conservation R-A, Residential-Agricultural, NC, We5t Undeveloped pasture {future Rupple Neighborhood Conservation; CS, Road corridor} Community Services The Mountain Ranch Phase III was approved in 2095 (PPL 15-5236) for an 87-lot single family subdivision. Condition of approval #2 from PPL 15-5236 required payment of fees in lieu of land dedication to satisfy the parkland dedication requirements. In recent months, the developer of Mountain Ranch Phase Ill was provided the opportunity to buy land along the Owl Creek corridor which had previously been identified by the City as a future site for a hark and multi-use trail corridor. As a result of this land acquisition, the Mountain Ranch Ill project returned to the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board (PRAB) on February 6, 2017, with Mallin Address: anning Commission 9 February 27,2017 113 W. Mountain Street www.fayetteville-aWKda Item 3 Fayetteville, AR 72701 17-5724 Mtn Ranch SD Parkland Page 1 of 17 a proposal to provide parkland dedication along Owl Creek in the amount of 2 acres (87 lots x 0.023 acres) rather than the previous required money-in-lieu. At this meeting, the PRAB recommended accepting land dedication along Owl Creek in the area identified to be park land/trail corridor as shown on the attached map to meet the requirements of Mountain Ranch Phase 111. DISCUSSION: Proposal: The developer of Mountain Ranch Phase III proposes to modify Condition of Approval #2 from PPL 15-5235 to provide parkland dedication instead of the previously approved payment of money in lieu. RECOMMENDATION: Parks and Recreation Department staff and the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board recommend accepting the proposed park land with the following conditions: Conditions of Approval: 1. Planning Commission determination of parkland dedication or fees-in-lieu. Staff and the PRAB recommend acceptance of land in the amount of 2 acres approximately as shown on the attached Exhibit 9. 2. The subject property must be deeded to the City prior to acceptance of the final plat. A deed for the land dedication should be submitted to the City Land Agents for review prior to recording at the Washington County Circuit Clerk The applicant shall provide Parks staff a copy of the recorded deed prior to plat signing. The actual amount of acreage will be determined by the actual number of units and the parks fee formula at Planning Commission approval of the Preliminary Plat_ PLANNING COMMISSION ACTION: Required Date: February 27, 2017 ❑ Approved ❑ Forwarded ❑ Denied Motion: Second: Vote: Notes: Planning Commission G:1ETC1Development Services Review120171Development Review117-5724 ADM SW of 379 Mtn. Ranch Blvd. February 27,2017 Agenda Item 3 (Mtn. Ranch III Parkland)479103 Planning Comm ission102-27-20171Comments and Redlines 17-5724 Mtn Ranch SD Parkland Page 2 of 17 BUDGET/STAFF IMPACT: None ATTACHMENTS: ■ Exhibit 1 • Aerial Map • Request Letter ■ Exhibit 1 (overview version) • PRA6 minutes • Planning Commission report (PPL 15-5236/Mountain Ranch lll) • Mountain Ranch III Site Plan • One Mile Map ■ Close Up Map ■ Current Land Use Map Planning Commission G:IETC\Development Services Review120171Development Review117-5724 ADM SW of 379 Mtn. Ranch Blvd. February 27,2017 Mtn. Ranch III Parkland 479103 Planning Commission102-27-20171Comments and Redlines Agenda Item 3 ( } 9 17-5724 Mtn Ranch SD Parkland Page 3 of 17 Wvr, x t „ 5 r r1 : �A vyyyp � — �` .. r hr6mb3-ft CDi N`BY2Z.d6S 5 �nm r 1 1 n r r rn _ { ? I LU I I I l W I ry ' 1 11 Nep 1 r 1 SII r— J •. a.r. S Z. D ~' — en O _� - E N �a n� G] _ O p -o 01 � � 1 J'19 Ji- -- ti W aIr'p— r --_ - _- - - - - - �1 - -L------i g CL �'� CIJ J 4z...ti Q 0"� s•— 00 !� � � 0-_j� g Commission February 27,2017 Agenda Item 3 17-5724 Mtn Ranch SD Parkland Page 4 of 17 aa Q pkt ._ ``� a z - � r •i � j� i� Q'R 1� — '0or! a. L7 • ; �r{ ^ t. 1 r A S + .i •+ :t ase Planning Commission February 27,2017 Agenda Item 3 17-5724 Mtn Ranch SD Parkland Page 5 of 17 e. 124 et SunSuite 5JGRGENSEN FByBttBville.AR 72703 +A S S O G 1 A T E S Office:479.442.9127 Fax 479.582.4807 February 8,2017 City of Fayetteville 113 W Mountain Street Fayetteville,AR.72703 Re: Mountain Ranch Phase 3 Please accept this request to place a recent Parks Department matter on the next Planning Commission agenda.The proposed Residential Subdivision south of Mountain Ranch Phase 1 and west of Mountain Ranch Phase 2, known as Mountain Ranch Phase 3. The owner of Mountain Ranch proposes to purchase the appropriate amount of land from the previously approved Park Land along the Owl Creek Corridor from the Villages of Sloanbrooke Development.The developer of project,has agreed to these terms as well. Previously,the Mountain Ranch Subdivision had made agreements to pay money in-lieu,however it was intended to donate Parkland once the park land bank was set up(which it wasn't at the time that the Mountain Ranch project started). Now that the parkland bank has been set up,the Mountain Ranch project has made agreements with the Parks department to donate this land. Mountain Ranch will have 87 lots residential lots and will therefore dedicate the following-. 87 x 0.023 acres/lot: 2 acres. Sincerely; - Jorgensen+Associates Planning Commission February 27,2017 Agenda Item 3 17-5724 Mtn Ranch SD Parkland Page 6 of 17 W'W"1ARL_L3AV1 j.D-aroHd iN I R17. '311 XNAWJ013Aila SAgUSUCH CA N BSN3E)dor xm3wLanrov 3=1 Hivi 3 r l ®r 11. '1 "k : �fft ilia jut Z 1-4 Hilt Ifil; Itin ;!lilt qgi Jill ih%J[1191 Fig. ala 6. PHI jai flul 1w im 11" !l wif V!l K11 5.1 If 3A 2 � p ?!11 91 aw fin Pi tp p Hi -Ap flU -A, pitvn' fill ape it AW, -T ;,;q g 'O iStl Plan ing Commission February 27,2017 Agenda Item 3 17-5724 Mtn Ranch SID Parkland Page 7 of 17 CITY OF 7 4-11e MINUTES KANSAS Parks and Recreation Advisory Board Meeting February 6, 2017 at 5:30 p.m. City Administration Building Room 326 113 West Mountain Street Fayetteville, AR Members: Richie Lamb, Wade Colwell, JL Jennings, Chuck Maxwell, Kyle McHan, Phillip McKnight, David Profitt, Bili Putman, Dana Smith City Staff: Connie Edmonston, Director; Byron Humphry, Maintenance Superintendent;Alison Jumper, Park Planning Superintendent; John Crow, Recreation Superintendent; Chanel Pennington,Operations Assistant AGENDA for 5:30 pm.: 1. Call to Order 2. Roll Call Members Present: Colwell, Jennings, Maxwell, McHan, McKnight, and Lamb. Smith arrived at 5.32. Proffitt arrive at 5:47 PM. Members Absent: Putman. 3. ApprovaI of Ja n uary S 2017 PRAB Meeti nq Minutes PRAB Motion: McKnight motioned to accept the minutes as sent, Lamb seconded the motion. Motion passed, 7-0-0. 4. 2016 Annual Parks and Recreation Report-- Connie Edmonston, Parks and Recreation Director According to Article 11, Chapter 33.018 {B} in the Fayetteville Code of Ordinances, Parks and Recreation Advisory Board is to prepare an annual report to City Council. Upon approval of PRAB of the annual report, the document will be forwarded to the City Council. Staff Recommendation: PRAB to approve the 2016 Annual Report. Chairman, Richie Lamb will present the 2016 Annual Report to City Council at their March 21, 2017 meeting. PRAB Motion: McKnight motioned to accept the Parks and Recreation 2016 Annual Report and forward to City Council. Jennings seconded the motion. Motion passed, 7-0-0. 5. 5-Year Capital Improvement Plan - Connie Edmonston, Parks and Recreation Director The City will be preparing our 5-Year Capital Improvement Plan for capital projects that are ' over $10,000 for the years of 2018-2022. Staff is requesting for PRAB to give input on Mailing Address: Planning Commission ZZ3 W. Mountain Street www.fayette�q�n4fi g� ,2017 Fayetteville,AR 72701 Agenda Item 3 17-5724 Mtn Ranch SD Parkland Page 8 of 17