PLAN COMMISSION – ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS
CITY OF COUNTRYSIDE
Tuesday, June 7, 2011 – 7:30 P.M.
ROLL CALL MEMBERS: MR. RICHARD FULLMER, JR. (CHAIRMAN), MS. TINA GROTZKE, MR. ROBERT LUBE, MR. DANIEL MOSS, MR. RICHARD TOTH, MR. CHARLES STOUB, MR. CRECENCIO GONZALEZ, MARK BENSON
APPROVAL OF MINUTES:
May 3, 2011
PUBLIC HEARING 1: Public hearing notice for the 9950 Joliet Road application was published on May 19, 2011 in The Doings Newspaper.
A RE-ZONING REQUEST FROM THE B-2 LIMITED SERVICE ZONING DISTRICT (10-6B-1) TO THE B-3 SERVICE AND WHOLESALE ZONING DISTRICT (10-6C-1), TITLE 10, CHAPTER 6 IN THE MUNICIPAL CODE OF THE CITY OF COUNTRYSIDE TO PERMIT CONSTRUCTION AND OPERATION OF THE ILLINOIS HARLEY DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLE DEALERSHIP TO PORTIONS OF THE CITY OF COUNTRYSIDE, IL MUNICIPAL CODE (ZONING ORDINANCE) AS FOLLOWS:
CONSIDERATION TO RE-ZONE FROM THE B-2 LIMITED SERVICE ZONING DISTRICT (10-6B-1) TO THE B-3 SERVICE AND WHOLESALE ZONING DISTRICT (10-6C-1), TITLE 10 CHAPTER 6 IN THE MUNICIPAL CODE OF THE CITY OF COUNTRYSIDE TO PERMIT CONSTRUCTION AND OPERATION OF THE ILLINOIS HARLEY DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLE DEALERSHIP.
AT THE REAL ESTATE COMMONLY KNOWN AS 9950 JOLIET ROAD (FORMER CIRCUIT CITY PROPERTY), COUNTRYSIDE, ILLINOIS 60525. THE APPLICANT IS MR. OZZIE GIGLIO; BUSINESS OWNER OF ILLINOIS HARLEY DAVIDSON, THE PROPERTY OF 9950 JOLIET ROAD IS OWNED BY THE CITY OF COUNTRYSIDE, ILLINOIS AND WILL BE SERVING AS ADDITIONAL APPLICANT.
CONTINUED FROM THE MAY 3, 2011 PC-ZBA MEETING PUBLIC HEARING 2: Public hearing notice for the 9640 56th Street application was published on March 17, 2011 in The Doings Newspaper.
CONSIDERATION OF A VARIANCE REQUEST TO INCREASE THE MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE FLOOR AREA RATIO (F.A.R) OF 0.35 (35%) TO PERMIT CONSTRUCTION OF A POOL ENCLOSURE WHICH WILL BE ATTACHED TO THE EXISTING SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENTIAL HOME IN ACCORDANCE WITH PORTIONS OF THE CITY OF COUNTRYSIDE, IL MUNICIPAL CODE (ZONING ORDINANCE):
CONSIDERATION OF A VARIANCE TO SECTION 10-5C-6: STRUCTURE REQUIREMENTS: A – MAXIMUM FLOOR AREA RATIO, TITLE 10, CHAPTER 5 IN THE MUNICIPAL CODE OF THE CITY OF COUNTRYSIDE TO PERMIT AN INCREASE TO THE MAXIMUM FLOOR AREA RATIO OF 0.35 (35%).
THE APPLICANT IS MR. LOUIS AYALA, PROPERTY OWNER, AT THE REAL ESTATE COMMONLY KNOWN AS 9640 56TH STREET, COUNTRYSIDE, IL 60525.
PUBLIC HEARING 3: Public hearing notice for the 5620 Brainard Avenue application was published on May 12, 2011 in The Doings Newspaper.
AMENDMENT TO ORDINANCE 04-27-O (SPECIAL USE VARIATION) FOR FULLER’S MARKET AND LUBE CENTER IN ORDER TO CONSTRUCT AN ADDITIONAL THREE BAYS AS FOLLOWS:
AMENDMENT TO ORDINANCE 04-27-O TO ADD THREE (3) ADDITIONAL OIL CHANGE/AUTO SERVICE BAYS TO THE ALREADY EXISTING THREE (3) OIL CHANGE/AUTO SERVICE BAYS.
PC-ZBA REVIEW AND FINDINGS CONCERNING OFF-SITE PARKING
MOTION TO ACCEPT OFF-SITE PARKING BETWEEN 5620 BRAINARD AVENUE AND 5550 BRAINARD AVENUE: THE APPLICANT IS MR. MATTHEW FULLER.
AT THE REAL ESTATE COMMONLY KNOWN AS 5620 BRAINARD AVENUE (FULLER’S MARKET AND LUBE CENTER), COUNTRYSIDE, IL 60525. THE APPLICANT IS MR. MATTHEW FULLER, BUSINESS AND PROPERTY OWNER OF FULLER’S MARKET AND LUBE CENTER AT 5620 SOUTH BRAINARD AVENUE, COUNTRYSIDE, IL 60525.
PUBLIC HEARING 4: Public hearing notice for the 5459 LaGrange Road application was published on May 12, 2011 in The Doings Newspaper.
CONSIDERATION OF A VARIANCE TO SECTION 10-10-3 – OFF STREET PARKING REGULATIONS, F, IN YARDS IN ORDER TO CONSTRUCT EIGHT (8) REGULAR PARKING STALLS IN THE FRONT YARD SETBACK AREA TO PORTIONS OF THE CITY OF COUNTRYSIDE, IL MUNICIPAL CODE (ZONING ORDINANCE) AS FOLLOWS:
CONSIDERATION OF A VARIANCE TO SECTION 10-10-3 (OFF STREET PARKING REGULATIONS), TITLE 10, CHAPTER 10 IN THE MUNICIPAL CODE OF THE CITY OF COUNTRYSIDE TO PERMIT THE ADDITION OF EIGHT (8) REGULAR PARKING STALLS IN THE FRONT YARD SETBACK AREA ON 55TH STREET.
PC-ZBA REVIEW AND FINDINGS CONCERNING OFF-SITE PARKING
MOTION TO ACCEPT OFF-SITE PARKING BETWEEN 5459 LAGRANGE ROAD AND 9932 WEST 55TH STREET AND 5428 SIXTH AVENUE: THE APPLICANT IS MR. J. RAY MANZ.
AT THE REAL ESTATE COMMONLY KNOWN AS 5459 LAGRANGE ROAD, COUNTRYSIDE, IL 60525. THE APPLICANT IS MR. J. RAY MANZ, PROPERTY OWNER, WHOSE ADDRESS IS 11206 PRAIRIE VIEW COURT, WESTCHESTER, IL 60154.
PUBLIC HEARING 5: Public hearing notice for the text amendment was published on May 12, 2011 in The Doings Newspaper.
TEXT AMENDMENTS TO PORTIONS OF THE CITY OF COUNTRYSIDE, IL MUNICIPAL CODE (ZONING ORDINANCE) AS FOLLOWS:
REVIEWING THE FLOOR AREA RATIO CALCULATION FOR SECTION 10-5C-6: STRUCTURE REQUIREMENTS IN THE R-3 ONE-FAMILY RESIDENCE DISTRICT.
DISCUSSION OF THE SPECIAL PC-ZBA MEETING (JUNE 14, 2011)
MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING
OF THE PLAN COMMISSION AND ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS
FOR THE CITY OF COUNTRYSIDE, IL
HELD IN COUNCIL CHAMBERS ON TUESDAY, JUNE 7, 2011
Chairman Fullmer called the meeting to order at 7:30 p.m. Secretary Lube called the Roll of Members physically present:
PRESENT: Chairman Richard Fullmer, Jr., Secretary Robert Lube, Mr. Jim Jasinski, Mr. Charles Stoub, Mr. Richard Toth, Mr. Crecencio Gonzalez IV, Mr. Mark Benson.
ABSENT: Ms. Tina Grotzke, Mr. Daniel Moss
ALSO PRESENT: Mayor Krzeminski, City Admin. Paul, Atty. Erik Peck, Ald. Pondelicek, Ald. Jasinski, CDP Swanson,
APPROVAL OF MINUTES
The first order of business was approval of the minutes of the May 3, 2011 meeting. Mr. Gonzalez moved to approve the minutes as presented, seconded by Mr. Toth and carried unanimously.
Chairman Fullmer stated the Rules of Proceeding for the hearing before the Plan Commission – Zoning Board of Appeals will follow a strict order of presentation. A sign-in sheet for interested persons is located at the podium. This hearing is being recorded. Please silence all cell phones and pagers.
Public Hearing re: 9950 Joliet Road – Illinois Harley-Davidson
Chairman Fullmer read the Public Hearing Notice which was published on May 19, 2011 in The Doings Newspaper:
A Rezoning request from the B-2 Limited Service zoning district, Title 10, Chapter 6 in the Municipal Code of the City of Countryside to permit construction and operation of the Illinois Harley Davidson Motorcycle Dealership to portions of the Zoning Ordinance as follows:
Consideration to rezone from the B-2 Limited Service to the B-3 Service and Wholesale zoning district, Title 10, Chapter 6 in the Municipal Code to permit construction and operation of the Illinois Harley Davidson Motorcycle Dealership
At the real estate commonly known as 9950 Joliet Road (former Circuit City Property), Countryside, IL 60525. The applicant is Mr. Ozzie Giglio, business owner of Illinois Harley Davidson (ILHD). The property at 9950 is owned by the City of Countryside, Illinois and will be serving as additional applicant.
Mr. Toth moved to open the Public Hearing in this matter, seconded by Mr. Benson and carried unanimously. The applicant, Ozzie Giglio, was sworn in by Chairman Fullmer. The Building Department has received the required Proof of Notice. CDP Mr. Swanson made the Staff presentation. He briefly described the Joliet Road corridor and its historic importance in U.S. culture as the legendary Route 66Highway – representing freedom and independence to Americans.
ILHD is here tonight to request a zoning change from B-2 limited service to B-3 service and wholesale district to permit construction and operation of the ILHD dealership. The former Circuit City property is approximately 3 acres and is bordered by commercial users except on the north where it borders the Camboni Mobile Home Community; that is zoned M-1 manufacturing. All other parcels are zoned B-2 or B-3. Mr. Swanson discussed the rendering of the dealership’s exterior appearance showing the Eagle emblem that will be visible to drivers traveling on LaGrange Road and Joliet Road.
ILHD will provide new and existing motorcycle riders a training area on the west side of the building. This is the Rider’s Edge Training Area (shown in the gray area on the next slide). Mr. Giglio stated that the training program is part of the HD network extending to the Palatine, Villa Park and St. Charles dealerships. The only concern raised is the hours of operation for the training program.
Mr. Giglio stated that the training program runs from 8 am to 3 pm on Saturdays and Sundays from April through September. The course consists of classroom study and field training – riding the small motorcycles from 8 am to 3 pm on Saturdays and Sundays; the class is limited to 12 students. It is a 200×200-foot course. These are small single cycle motorcycles with very quiet 450 cc engines. They also allow certified riders to rent motorcycles; that are a very large part of the business. The training course allows riders to get an M class endorsement; the training course costs $350 at the dealership. Class is held on Thursday and Friday from 5-8 pm with riding taking place on Saturday and Sunday from 8 am to 3 pm; additional classroom time may occur on Sunday for written exams to pass the class. This is the same class given by the State of Illinois; instructors are certified by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation. Rider’s Edge gives additional classroom instruction and range instruction. Riders must still take the official State of Illinois test.
Hours of operation for the business will be 9 am to 8 pm Mon-Fri; 9-5 on Sat. 10-5 on Sun. Most displays will be inside; during the summer they will display motorcycles out in front to draw attention. An outdoor PA system is not essential; service bays will be located on the west side and doors will be closed. Most repairs are done indoors. They will have general merchandise featuring a full clothing line, everything from dog collars, tee shirts, leather jackets, inflatable balloons, grills plus a full line of parts and accessories for the bikes. This is a combined operation and to date they are exceeding their projected annual sales by 40%. Signage involves the existing eagle at the current facility in Berwyn which will be brought here. They will have a pylon sign – but no rendering is available at this time. Discussion regarding fence repair at the mobile home park; HD is a good neighbor and will do whatever is necessary.
Chairman Fullmer asked for comments from Interested Parties – Robert Conrad, 5318 Catherine Ave – 55-year resident and former Mayor, began working to bring this project to fruition four years ago. This is something big for the City; this could be the anchor and showcase for the proposed development. This will turn the City around. He urged Board members to see the vision for the City that will make that development the destination it should be.
Mr. Giglio made a closing statement thanking former Mayor Conrad and Ms. Paul who worked so hard to bring this development here – putting together the acquisition of properties involving a lot of moving pieces; Countryside is a great location; Harley Davidson is a destination that can create a lot of good activity for Countryside. He appreciates consideration given to the requested zoning. Mr. Golnzalez moved to close the evidentiary portion of the hearing, seconded by Mr. Lube and carried by unanimous voice vote – 6/0/2.
Mr. Toth moved to approve the rezoning of property commonly known as 9950 Joliet Road from B-2 limited service to B-3 service and wholesale district to permit construction and operation of the Illinois Harley-Davidson Motorcycle Dealership, seconded by Mr. Benson and carried by unanimous Roll Call vote – 6/0. Chairman Fullmer stated that this recommendation will go before the City Council on 6-22-11.
Public Hearing re: 9640 – 56TH Street – Lou Ayala
Chairman Fullmer stated that there is a letter in the Board packet requesting another continuance to July 5. The letter stated that this was due to a conflicting vacation schedule. The home owner has never appeared before the Board. After discussion among Board members, it was agreed to continue this matter one final time – with a definite final date on July 5, 2011. Mr. Lube moved to continue this matter to a final date of July 5, 2011, seconded by Mr. Gonzalez and carried by Roll Call vote. Mr. Swanson will notify the parties tomorrow.
Public Hearing re: 5620 Brainard Avenue – Matthew Fuller
Chairman Fullmer read the Public Hearing Notice for the 5620 Brainard Avenue application which was published on May 12, 2011 in The Doings Newspaper.
Amendment to Ordinance 04-27-O (Special Use Variation) for Fuller’s Market and Lube Center in order to construct an additional three bays as follows:
Amendment to Ordinance 04-27-O to add three additional oil change/auto service bays to the already existing three oil change/auto service bays.
PC/ZBA review and findings concerning off-site parking
Motion to accept off-site parking between 5620 Brainard Avenue and 5550 Brainard Avenue: the Applicant is Mr. Matthew Fuller;
At the real estate commonly known as 5620 Brainard Avenue (Fuller’s Market and Lube Center), Countryside, IL 60525. The applicant is Mr. Matthew Fuller, business and property owner of Fuller’s Market and Lube Center at 5620 South Brainard Avenue, Countryside, IL 60525.
Mr. Toth moved to open the Public Hearing in this matter, seconded by Mr. Stoub and carried by unanimous voice vote. The applicant, Matthew Fuller, was sworn in by Chairman Fullmer. The Building Department has received the required Proofs of Notice. CDP Mr. Swansonmade the staff presentation. The property is classified B-1 retail and is approximately .66 acres. Mr. Fuller requests an amendment to Ordinance 04-27-O to add three additional oil change/auto service bays to the existing three bays.
The property is located on the SW corner of Brainard Ave. and Plainfield Road and is surrounded by commercial properties except on the NW side by single family homes.
In 2004 the applicant received a special use to construct a 3-bay oil change facility at 5620 Brainard Ave. In 2011 the applicant requests an amendment to that ordinance to allow construction of three additional service bays at that location, adding 1,299 square feet including two new service bays and one new alignment bay. The proposed construction will be built directly to the 25-foot front yard setback on Plainfield Road. Since this is a corner lot there are two front yards. The renderings show an addition that will match the existing canopy and faÌ¤ade. The site plan shows the cross-hatching as the existing building; the new addition will be on the west side of the building and butt up against the 25-foot front yard setback. There will be no backing up of cars once service is completed; employees will drive a car through one of the empty bays.
The existing parking on the property only provides four regular parking stalls. The parking ordinance states that automobile service stations shall provide one parking space for each employee plus two spaces for each service bay. There are six employees plus 12 spaces are needed for the service bays – a total of 18 spaces.
The applicant proposes an off-site permanent parking easement between 5550 Brainard Ave. (car wash) and 5620 Brainard Ave. (gas station). If an owner controls both properties, he is allowed to have a parking easement between both properties. The car wash property contains 52 spaces; the gas station requires 18 spaces. Mr. Fuller is able to meet the parking demand for both businesses. The parking easement will be a legal instrument that binds both properties together. Attorney Peck stated that this is an irrevocable easement and runs with the property; no matter who owns the property the easement will remain in place. Termination requires a 12-month notice to the City to inform the new owner that they will have insufficient parking and must come to the City to remedy that parking issue. No one can purchase that property without knowledge of the parking issue and their responsibility to resolve it. That concludes the Staff presentation.
Matthew Fuller stated that his family has been in business since 1946; he is a third- generation owner. The oil and gas business is no longer profitable. The oil change business is very competitive. For him to remain in business he needs the additional three bays for repair work since the existing bays are needed for speedy oil changes – this will greatly assist the flow of oil change traffic. All repairs will be completed in the new bays. Employees will move the customers’ cars around the facility. Their work includes all types of routine car repair. Discussion re: removal of trees and shrubbery – request the City engineer to review the 25-foot setback for these conditions. Mr. Fuller will have bushes removed and add smaller landscaping for more visibility.
Chairman Fullmer sought comments from Interested Persons. Leonard and Ally Hall, 915 – 57th St., LaGrange Highlands, suggested using the existing bays for repairs since the oil change business is not profitable. He stated that site density was a problem in 2004 and the property is denser now. Mr. Benson asked about square footage – Mr. Swanson stated that he is within the allowed lot coverage.
Mr. Fuller thanked the Board for their consideration. He stated that the change will create additional sales tax for the City. He asked that this matter come before the City Council on July 13 rather than June 22. Board agreed. Mr. Gonzalez moved to close the evidentiary portion of the hearing, seconded by Mr. Toth and carried unanimously.
Mr. Gonzalez moved to approve the special Use to Amend Ordinance 04-27-O to permit the construction of three additional service bays in conformity with petitioner’s submitted site plan on the property commonly known as 5550 Brainard Avenue and also to approve the declaration of easement to permit off-site parking between 5620 Brainard Avenue and 5550 Brainard Avenue subject to the following condition — that the City engineer review the line of sight and removal of trees or bushes in the right-of-way if determined to be a hazard, seconded by Mr. Lube and carried by unanimous Roll Call vote – 6/0/2. This recommendation will go to the City Council on 7-13-11.
Public Hearing re: 5459 LaGrange Road – Mr. Ray Manz
Chairman Fullmer read the Public Hearing Notice for the 5459 LaGrange Road application published on May 12, 2011 in The Doings Newspaper:
Consideration of a variance to Section 10-10-3 – Off-Street Parking Regulations, F, in yards in order to construct eight regular parking stalls in the front yard setback area to portions of the City of Countryside, Il municipal code (Zoning Ordinance) as follows:
Consideration of a variance to Section 10-10-3 (off-street parking regulations), Title 10, Chapter 10 in the municipal code to permit the addition of eight regular parking stalls in the front yard setback area on 55th Street.
PC/ZBA Review and findings concerning off-site parking.
Motion to accept off-site parking between 5459 LaGrange Road and 9932 West 55th St. and 5428 Sixth Avenue. The Applicant is Mr. J. Ray Manz.
At the real estate commonly known as 5459 LaGrange Road, Countryside, IL 60525. The Applicant Is Mr. J. Ray Manz, property owner, whose address is 11206 Prairie View Court, Westchester, IL 60154.
Mr. Toth moved to open the Public Hearing in this matter, seconded by Mr. Benson and carried by unanimous voice vote. The Applicant, J. Ray Manz, was sworn in by Chairman Fullmer. Proofs of Notice have been received by the Building Department. CDP Swanson presented the Staff report. He stated that the subject property is the former Blockbuster Video Store location. The property owner, Ray Manz, currently owns the Café Salsa property at 9932 W. 55th St. and the lot at 5428 6th Avenue. He is requesting a variance to Section 10-10-3 F Off-Street Parking regulations, to permit the addition of eight regular parking stalls in the front yard setback area on 55th Street. An aerial photo of the properties shows the Blockbuster store, Café Salsa and the lot at 5428 6th Ave. The ordinance strictly prohibits parking within the front yard setback of any non-residential property. The 5459 LaGrange property presently contains 19 regular spaces; he desires to increase that to 27. The building is 6,700 s.f. If a retail operation wishes to occupy the space, the use requires at least 34 regular parking spaces or 1 space for every 200 s.f. of floor area. Café Salsa requires 28 parking spaces = 62 spaces for both uses.
The existing parking stalls on the three properties are as follows: 5459 LaGrange Road = 19 spaces; 9932 55th St. = 35 spaces; 5428 6th Ave. = 22 spaces for a total of 76 regular parking spaces; the addition of 8 stalls brings the total to 84. The applicant proposes a permanent parking easement between all three parcels – 5459 LaGrange Road, 9932 55th St. and 5428 6th Avenue for this purpose.
Mr. Manz stated that he and his wife bought the corner property to protect the business of Café Salsa. He was aware of the cross-easement possibility to provide eight additional parking spaces for future tenants. He has received serious inquiries from many businesses but parking must be considered. The Café Salsa business never overwhelms the parking lot. He seeks this easement to get extra parking. The trash area dumpster will be increased in size and moved to its previous location. The property will be landscaped in conformity with the Café Salsa.
Mr. Benson asked about IDOT plans for the intersection at 55th and LaGrange. Ms. Paul is aware of preliminary improvements for the intersection involving the taking of parkway property for turn lanes; property owners will be notified. Handicap parking would include 5-6 spaces throughout. City Eng. Fitzgerald must perform a drainage analysis of the area. Mr. Peck has been in contact with Mr. Manz’ attorney and he will provide the necessary legal documentation for the easement agreement – similar to the previous agreement with Mr. Fuller; all instruments will be recorded with the Clerk’s Office.
There were no questions from Interested Persons. Mr. Manz thanked the Board members for their attention to this matter. Mr. Stoub moved to close the evidentiary portion of the Public Hearing, seconded by Mr. Lube and carried unanimously.
Mr. Toth moved to approve the variance to permit the construction of eight parking stalls in the front yard setback area on 55th St., on the property commonly known as 5459 LaGrange Road and the approval of an off-site parking easement between 5459 LaGrange Road and 9932 W. 55th St., seconded by Mr. Stoub and carried by Roll Call vote – 6/0/2. This matter will go to the City Council on 6-22-11.
(Whereupon a five-minute recess was had)
Public Hearing re: Text Amendment to Section 10-5C-6
Chairman Fullmer read the Public Hearing Notice for the text amendment which was published on May 12, 2011 in The Doings Newspaper.
Text Amendments to portions of the City of Countryside, IL Municipal Code (Zoning Ordinance) as follows:
Reviewing the floor area ratio calculation for Section 10-5C-6: Structure Requirements in the R-3 one-family residence district.
CDP Mr. Swanson gave the Staff report – at the May 3, 2011 PC/ZBA meeting staff was directed to publish a text amendment concerning Floor Area Ratio in the R-3 onefamily residence district. There is a big difference between FAR and lot coverage.
North of 55th St. properties in the R-3 district have small lots with small homes while south of 55th St. and east of LaGrange Road the lots also zoned R-3 are larger with narrow fronts but very deep footage — 50×300′. New homeowners with younger families wish to utilize attic space for living quarters, e.g. building dormers. The main difference in the R-3 district is that accessory buildings are included in the FAR calculation. Residents are penalized for having a detached garage — that 600 s.f. is included in the living space area of their homes. Residents wishing to reorganize their interior space are running into problems with exceeding the FAR. Discussion turned to the added weight of dormers; the rule of thumb is that second floors cannot be built on a slab; the house would need a basement to build a second floor.
The size of accessory buildings poses problems for homeowners as the square footage of the accessory building factors into the maximum livable space a dwelling unit can have. The Board should consider the following: Should detached accessory buildings factor into the floor area of properties in the R-3 one family zoning district? Suggestion made to restrict it to square footage of lot size – that may be easiest to manage – if the lot is below 10,000 s.f. don’t take the accessory building into the calculation. Mr. Benson suggested creating a new district – R-3A. Board members asked Mr. Swanson to compare the s.f. of lots north of 55th St. to lot sizes south of 55th St. and consider eliminating accessory buildings on small lots or increase the buildable area going upward.
The only item on next month’s agenda is Mrs. Dietz Barker Shop – she is requesting a variance to allow a doggie hotel and shelter for rescue animals. Boarding of animals is not allowed per City ordinance.
There being no further business to discuss, Mr. Toth moved to adjourn the meeting, seconded by Mr. Benson and carried unanimously.
Chairman Fullmer declared the meeting adjourned at 9:45 p.m.
RICHARD FULLMER, JR., CHAIRMAN