CITY OF CARLISLE, IOWA
PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION
7:00 PM, MONDAY
18 September 2017
CARLISLE CITY HALL
MEMBERS PRESENT: Corey Oelberg, Bryan Holden, Dane Wright, Becky Peterson, Stephany Goodhue, Jon Lins
MEMBERS ABSENT: Howard Goodhue
Chair Oelberg called the meeting to order at 7:00 PM a roll call was taken and it was determined that a quorum existed.
Motion by Peterson, seconded by Wright to approve minutes from 21 August 2017. Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by Wright, seconded by Peterson to recommend to Council approval of Plat of Survey for Welch Acres by Chad Welch, 6790 SE Vandalia Drive, Pleasant Hill, Iowa. Motion carried unanimously on a roll call vote.
Eric Cannon from Snyder and Associates explained that the rezoning application was to rezone the Wilbur Goodhue Corporation parcel from agriculture to light industrial. Lent noted that the rezoning was in conformance with the land use plan in the 2010 Comprehensive Plan. He also noted in attendance were Richard Clark, PDC Partners; Craig Rueschhoff, Pioneer; Ryan Plock, Downing Construction; Carroll Hunter, Wilbur Goodhue Corporation to answer any questions the members might have.
Lins arrived at 7:04 PM.
Motion by Holden seconded by Wright to recommend to Council the rezoning of the Wilbur Goodhue Corporation Parcel of 47 Acres located on Southeast Corner of SE 64th Avenue and 52nd Street, from A-1 Agriculture to M-1 Light Industrial. Motion carried on all ayes except Lins who abstained due to late arrival.
Lent had requested a discussion with the Commission members for their understanding of Carlisle Code of Ordinance Section 166.09(2) Dealing with Front Yard fences; specifically, the meaning of picket fences. At least one person would like to put up a front yard fence with wooden-picket fence slats that are not separated by space. Consensus of Commission was to allow picket style slabs with 3-inch space between the boards.
No further business was necessary and on a motion by Wright, seconded by Lins, the meeting was adjourned at7:12 PM on a unanimous vote.
Andrew J. Lent