March 9, 2004
Minutes of the Regular Meeting of the Riverdale Planning Commission held Tuesday, March 9, 2004 at 6:30 p.m. at the Riverdale Civic Center.
Scott Tillack Jyl Tubbs
Chair Limburg called the meeting to order and welcomed all those in attendance. He acknowledged that all members were in attendance and excused Mr. Daily.
Consideration of Minutes
Motion Commissioner Tanner moved to approve the minutes of the preplanning work session of February 24, 2004 as proposed; and for approval of the regular meeting of February 24, 2004 as proposed; and to waive the reading. Commissioner Eskelsen seconded the motion; the motion passed unanimously.
Conditional Use Permit / Home Occupation Application
Scott Tillack Universal Water Systems LLC
Mr. Scott Tillack was present at the meeting to discuss his conditional use application for a home occupation business license for water softeners and purifiers. Mr. Tillack lives in an R-2 zone, and he rents his dwelling. Mr. Tillack presented the Commission with a letter of approval from the property owner to conduct a home occupation from his dwelling.
Mr. Tillack informed the Commission that he would like to conduct a door-to-door business selling water softeners and purifiers, and he would only utilize the home for a home office. It was inquired if Mr. Tillack would install the water systems as well. Mr. Tillack indicated that he would not; he would contract the services for installation with a licensed plumber.
Finally, it was questioned where Mr. Tillack would store his supplies. Mr. Tillack indicated that he would store the supplies in a storage facility that is located off-site.
Commissioner Hunt moved to grant the conditional use permit for
a home occupation located at 170 West 5600 South for Scott Tillack,
Universal Water Systems LLC, as requested. Commissioner Eskelsen seconded the motion.
The motion passed unanimously.
Jyl Tubbs Tubbs Hair Technique
Mrs. Jyl Tubbs was present at the meeting to discuss her conditional use application for a home occupation business license for a hair and tanning salon. Mrs. Tubbs lives in an R-2 zone, and she rents her dwelling from her brother. Mrs. Tubbs presented the Commission with a letter of approval from her brother to conduct a home occupation from her dwelling.
Mrs. Tubbs informed the Commission that she is finishing a portion of the basement to accommodate for her salon. It was indicated that a building permit has been applied for, and all requirements for the permit have been fulfilled. Mrs. Tubbs went on to explain that she will have one tanning booth and one chair for her business. It was inquired if Mrs. Tubbs would have a separate entrance for her salon. Mrs. Tubbs indicated that she would.
Discussion followed regarding parking. Mrs. Tubbs explained that she has two available parking spaces, and she is going to pour an additional parking pad.
Commissioner Eskelsen questioned if there are health department requirements associated with a tanning bed. Mrs. Tubbs explained that she is installing a bucking boost for the tanning bed; in addition, there is a special solution that is utilized to wipe down the tanning bed after every use. Mrs. Tubbs added that she does not allow anyone under the age of 18 to utilize the tanning bed, and she has everyone that does utilize the bed, sign a disclosure form. It was requested that Staff investigated into any Health Department concerns.
Motion Commissioner Coleman moved to grant the conditional use permit for a home occupation located at 3663 South 635 West for Jyl Tubbs, Tubbs Hair Technique, as requested. Commissioner Farr seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.
Adam Hall Berrett & Hall
Mr. Adam Hall was present at the meeting to discuss his conditional use application for a home occupation business license as an independent contractor filling positions for pharmaceutical and biomechanics employment positions. Mr. Hall indicated that he would only utilize the home for a home office and he only needed a computer and a phone.
Motion Commissioner Miller moved to grant the conditional use permit for a home occupation located at 863 West 3950 South for Adam Hall, Berrett & Hall, as requested. Commissioner Coleman seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.
Conditional Use Permit for a Temporary Portable Building located at 4046 South Riverdale Road
Mr. Dave Long was present at the meeting to discuss his conditional use permit to utilize a temporary portable building for a snowshack located at 4046 South Riverdale Road, which is the Nickelcade site.
Commissioner Limburg clarified that the petitioner is the owner of the property. He indicated that he was not aware of that until the preplanning work session, he went on to say that he also did not realize that a fireworks stand has already petitioned the City for a business license for the site. Mr. Long informed the Commission that he has not signed a lease with the fireworks company. He went on to explain that he has talked with Staff, and Staff has indicated that the City would refund the fireworks companys money if his conditional use permit were approved.
Mr. Long informed the Commission that he would run the snowshack; it is a vested interest for him. He explained that he would like to open it some time in the spring and run it throughout the summer.
Discussion followed regarding various options. Mr. Long proposed three options. The first option was to allow the fireworks stand, and he would operate the snowshack when the fireworks stand was not in there. He could have the snowshack only. Or, Mr. Daily informed him of a vending cart concept, and he could utilize a vending cart instead of a snowshack, and the fireworks stand could stay.
Mr. Long and the Commission discussed the Citys vending cart ordinance and the certain requirements that apply to the ordinance; such as, the specific size of the cart, the Planning Commission and the City Council approving a pad site for the cart and some of the other details of the ordinance. Mr. Long decided that he was not interested in utilizing a vending cart. He informed the Commission that he would like to go with his original intent of a snowshack. Commissioner Limburg explained if Mr. Long would like to have the snowshack, the site would not be able to have the portable building for the fireworks stand.
Mr. Long informed the Commission that he would like to locate the snowshack in the center of parking lot near the sign or in front of the building because it would be located near a power source. He explained if it were located anywhere else, it would be more difficult to obtain power for the structure. He went on to explain in Sandy City, it is located in the front portion of the parking lot facing toward the grass, and the location seems to work well and that would be his preference.
It was inquired what the snowshack would look like. Mr. Long indicated that the snowshack would be a white building with a high-pitched blue roof; he noted that it is not a homemade building. He went on to say that the building has wheels that are removable when the building is set in place.
Commissioner Tanner inquired what dates Mr. Long would like to operate the snowshack. Mr. Long indicated that he would like to start operating the snowshack as soon as it starting getting warm. He suggested that he would like to open the snowshack some time in April and close the snowshack in mid to late August.
Motion Commissioner Tanner moved to approve the conditional use permit to allow a temporary portable building, specifically a snowshack, located at 4046 South Riverdale Road, to open no sooner than April and close no later than August 2004. Commissioner Eskelsen seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.
With no further business to come before the Commission at this time, Commissioner Farr moved to adjourn the meeting. Commissioner Eskelsen seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously. The meeting adjourned at approximately 7:00 p.m.
Attest: Approved: April 13, 2004