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The White County Area Plan Commission met Monday November 13, 2000, at 7:30 p.m. in the Commissioners’ Meeting Room, Second Floor, County Building, Monticello, Indiana.

 

Members attending were: Jay Clawson, Gary Barbour, Charles Anderson, Ron Pollock, Scott Kyburz, Gregory Bossaer and Rick Raderstorf. Also attending were Attorney Altman and Director Weaver.

 

Visitors Attending were: Joe Roach, Charles R. Mellon, B.J. Mursener, Philip Gutwein, Deb Linley, Virgil Shultz, Doug Kyburz, Diana Young, Tim Miller, Joe Bitters, R. Coates, Don Potts Jr., Kim Haygood, Donald Godlove, Louella B. Godlove, Jann Flora, Phil M. Horn, John L. Bedilion, Pat Kuhn and Stan Virkler.

 

The meeting was called to order by President Charles Anderson and roll call was taken. No minutes were available to approve.

 

President Anderson stated, next on the agenda would be rezoning and we someone here that has a little conflict and that would be #733. They need a motion from the Board to try to move him up to the front, if we can. Does anyone in the audience have any problems with that at all?

Do the Commissioners want to make a motion on that, to move him out of line for it to be heard first?

 

Jay Clawson made a motion.

 

President Anderson asked, do we have a second, we have a motion.

 

Ron Pollock seconded the motion.

 

President Anderson stated, so moved.

 

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#733 RoMar Family Limited Partnership; Requesting to rezone from B-2 to I-1 on lot #10 and #11 in Hughes Business Park Subdivision. The property is located in Prairie Township at 108 W. 1250 S.

 

President Anderson asked, do we have anyone here representing this request?

 

Robert Coates was representing this request.

 

President Anderson asked, do the Commissioners have any questions about this request?

 

Jay Clawson asked, does it meet the requirements for I-1, like lot size?

 

Director Weaver stated, let me tell you this, this is in Hughes Business Park which, part of the park is currently zoned industrial, part of it is zoned B-2. He happens to be on a B-2 lot, two lots actually. I don’t know the size of them off of the top of my head, I can go get that plat so you can check it, if you want.

 

Robert Coates stated, each lot, Director Weaver, each lot is approximately 2 acres, a little over two acres.

 

Director Weaver stated, okay, and the minimum requirement I believe is 3.

 

Jay Clawson stated, it’s 25,000 without water and sewer.

 

Director Weaver stated, he has a warehouse on the property, which is not, B-2 is not a proper zoning for a warehouse and that’s why. The warehouse is existing, he is doing an addition and that was how this was caught, so he is trying to bring in the existing business into compliance.

 

President Anderson asked, is there anyone in the audience with any questions about this request? Do the Commissioners have any other questions about this request? If no, I say let's go ahead and vote.

 

With no further discussion the Board voted.

 

The results of the vote were as follows: 7 affirmative and 0 negative. This will be presented to County Commissioners for their action. 

Attorney Altman asked, that will be next Monday right, Director Weaver?

 

Director Weaver stated, yes.

 

Attorney Altman stated, right here, at 8:30 in the morning and they have the final say on this. Anyone that wants to be heard on this matter that’s when it will be finally answered and resolved.

 

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#724 Jerry W. Collin, Owner; Joe Bitters d/b/a AJRB Inc., Applicant; Requesting to rezone from B-2 to I-1 on .45 of an acre. The property is located in the City of Monticello at 624 S. Main Street. Tabled from October 10, 2000.

 

President Anderson stated, this was tabled from our last meeting, we had some problems, I guess with some possible pollution on the property. Do we have anyone here representing this request?

 

Joe Bitters was representing this request.

 

President Anderson stated, you were going to bring some information for us. What do you have? Do you want to submit it?

 

Joe Bitters stated, yes, this is a earlier report on the property, Exhibit A, and speaking with Jerry Collins and Mike Wooley they are pursuing, there are some from existing tanks that use to be in the ground, some 20 years ago. They passed 8 years ago and now because, of different guidelines they have and the more recent test that they have, some things in the ground that need to be addressed and spoken about. They are dealing directly with the State on this issue and getting the wrong test because, a Mike Sales did these tests, from another venture that they were checking in to. Some of the waste, oil that was on top of the ground has been sealed off and it’s not leaking. It has not been moved off of the property as of yet because, there are some waste oil furnaces in the building that are going to be worked on and possibly the waste oil can be consumed for heat. If not, it can be carted off, White County Recycling has a program with the State for handling for waste.

 

President Anderson asked, this isn’t in the ground…

 

Joe Bitters stated, no, these are 55 gallon barrels of oil that did not have caps on them and every time that it rained, of course, the oil rose to the top. The common sense thing was to seal off the containers which, has stopped because, the recent rainfalls, it has not gone in the ground. Those are some of the things that were detected in the ground so it had a couple of issues. Like I said, Brad Wooley is an Attorney with Mike Wooley and Jerry Collins and they are dealing with the State level EPA. That is the course of action that they were told that they should be taking as far as addressing that. As far as what I’m concerned, what I’m looking for is to be able to cut wood and make custom woodworking and cabinetry. What I have given to the Attorney is a proposed variance of ordinance, Exhibit B, that would be particularly to me and only to me, out lining all of the restrictions. A concern that we said in the earlier meeting and I agree with, if you do allow for it to come industrial for the purpose of staying in your guidelines so wood can be cut, custom cabinets can be made. Or custom woodworking can be done in those guidelines so that a 3-shift factory doesn’t roll up in there. That’s not my intentions, what so ever and that’s what the restrictions show in there and they conform to and Indiana State Code that is listed in that to give the Commission full power over it. If any of these rules or guidelines are broken, not adhered to, you can revert back to at any given time without notice and that’s what I presented to Attorney Altman.

 

Attorney Altman stated, two things, the second thing first, there is a written commitment submitted here and it’s in essence in usual form of a commitment. The condition is and I will read it, condition upon the rezoning, on rezoning the above described real-estate from B-1 to I-1 the operator agrees to restrict the usage of said real-estate to the following additional uses, woodworking during normal business hours as well as any uses permissible under B-2. In other words, the uses that he would be allowed to be in an I-1 would only be only wood working during normal business hours period, that’s all.

 

Jay Clawson stated, I thought that when we discussed this last meeting, that he was going to keep it as B-2 with the provisions that we allow certain…

 

Attorney Altman stated, that’s what this is.

 

Jay Clawson stated, I don’t want it to be I-1 with the stipulation that it’s going to be run closer to a B-2. The way that it sounds, when you are reading, it sounds more like he wants to go ahead with the I-1 rezoning, with the stipulations.

 

Attorney Altman stated, it would be an I-1 but, the only I-1 he would be able to do is woodworking during business hours. In other words, here it’s saying the same thing he is allowing to be in an I-1 but, the only I-1 that he could use would be wood working during normal business hours.

 

Director Weaver stated, Attorney Altman, my understanding is on this too, if he goes out of business or discontinues his business on the property, does the zoning convert back to the B-2 zoning?

 

Attorney Altman stated, the truth is, I just got this so bear with me on reading it. The owner further acknowledges and agrees that, in the event of the failure to comply with the restrictions, or in the event that the County Zoning Ordinance is amended to permit wood working in a B-2. The A.P.C. will be entitled to have your rezoning of the above-described real-estate automatically revert to the classification of B-2 in which case, the operation will have of the said real-estate immediately. They are to use the real-estate as only permitted in a B-2 the undersigned Area Planning Commission accept and acknowledge the restriction of the above said use if it’s rezoned to I-1 and further agree to enforce the restriction set on this commitment. It doesn’t actually say what you’re saying, it doesn’t make it just for this particular person.

 

Jay Clawson stated, well Attorney Altman, the size of the lot and the way that all of the restrictions are for any kind of I-1 property in there, this lot doesn’t comply with any of the regulations in our book for an I-1 property. That’s what I was saying, if we can keep it as a B-2, with the stipulation that he would run an exemption for wood working in his thing. If anything would ever happen to it he would never be, if that place would burn down with it being an I-1 he would never be able to build a building on that lot because it has to be 25,000 square foot lot. Our setback requirement on a State Highway it has to be 100’ from the road, the lot is only 102’ deep, total lot. Well, everything for a B-2 that building conforms with, you can put any kind of a building back on a B-2 and not have to totally change everything in our ordinance. I would be happier with the light zoning, in the area, would be more in line to give him a special exemption for the wood working in his building. Then he can run it as a business with a wood working variance because, right now nothing complies with an I-1 zoning. 

 

Attorney Altman asked, let me see, if we have that much room to do something like that within the application.

 

President Anderson asked, while he is thinking about that, is there anyone here in the audience with any questions about this request?

 

B.J. Mursener asked, where are we talking about, physically?

 

Jay Clawson stated, the old Collins place on South Main by Hicksgas. Poncies had their arena there a short time and then Collins bought it after that.

 

President Anderson stated, that was before Poncies, it was a gas station.

 

Jay Clawson stated, yes, it was a gas station for years.

 

Attorney Altman stated, I guess that under the theory that we’re allowed to come down and allow something less than petitioned for, I would suspect that that much of the matter that you’re describing it Jay, would be handled that way. You’re talking about, in essence, holding to a B-2 with this proviso and he is talking about an I-2 with this proviso. Therefore, it looks to me like, we’re trying to describe the same thing because, and it was advertised as an I-1. When we back off and describe it the way that you’re describing it, I would be satisfied to proceed that way.

 

President Anderson asked, so we’re really not going to rezone it, we just need to agree to accept this document?

 

Jay Clawson stated, agree to his doing business as wood working with his hours.

 

Attorney Altman stated, that would also be personal to this applicant.

 

Jay Clawson stated, right, he would have remove it, would be just a straight B-2 property.

 

Director Weaver asked, does it then go to the City for them to also approve it?

 

Attorney Altman stated, I think so, yes.

 

Director Weaver stated, so that we all understand that.

 

Attorney Altman stated, I think that the City needs to approve that yes, this is more than a B-2 but, less than an I-1 and because of that I think that the City needs to approve this. It’s a change in the Ordinance.

 

President Anderson asked, can we use that written commitment or do you have to alter it?

 

Attorney Altman asked, I would want it, altered to it being personal to himself. Like you were saying, you understood that it would, Director Weaver. Does everyone understand that?

 

President Anderson asked, so we’re giving him a positive recommendation for him to take this commitment?

 

Attorney Altman stated, right.

 

President Anderson asked, do we vote on this?

 

Attorney Altman stated, yes sir, in other words the vote…

 

President Anderson asked, we’re not actually voting on a rezoning…

 

Jay Clawson stated, we need to have that letter, something attached to this that’s what we’re voting on.

 

Attorney Altman stated, I would just merely say that you’re voting on a written commitment to allow him to wood working during normal business hours. I presume that means daylight business hours and it would be only to the applicant, that’s Joe Bitters.

 

President Anderson asked, does everyone understand that? Does anyone have any questions about that at all?

 

With no further discussion the Board voted.

 

The results of the vote were as follows: 7 affirmative and 0 negative. This will be presented to City of Monticello for their action. 

Attorney Altman stated, the record is modified that the applicant will remain B-2 and modified by a written commitment allowing a wood working during normal daylight business hours only. It would be restricted to the applicant, Joseph R. Bitters and the written commitment needs to be re-drafted and sent and prepared for me. That meeting will be next…

 

Jay Clawson stated, next Monday at 7:00.

 

Attorney Altman stated, in the evening.

 

Jay Clawson stated, yes.

 

Attorney Altman stated, that is where this matter will be finally concluded and approved if it is approved.

 

Director Weaver asked, Attorney Altman, once that is approved, that condition will have to be recorded in the Recorders Office?

 

Attorney Altman stated, yes, under that commitment, the commitment has to be in normal form and I’m sure that Mr. Loy and I would both want to look at that and approve it.

 

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#727 Jeff Dague, Owner; Tracey Deloria, Applicant; Requesting to rezone from A-1 to R-2 on 3.587 Acres. The property is located South of Monticello at 1510 Airport Road. Tabled from October 10, 2000.

 

President Anderson stated, this was tabled because, of the noise Ordinance for the airport. Do we have anyone representing this request?

 

Steve Mitchell was representing this request.

 

President Anderson asked, do the Commissioners have any questions? Does anyone in the audience have any questions about this request?

 

B.J. Mursener asked, I’m a member of the Airport Board the entire Airport Board is here. I guess to again reaffirm some of the discussion last month, we absolutely have plans for future expansion to the North near this property, which, is in a noise sensitive zone. We do believe that this could cause future problems for the airport because, of it’s expansion that ties into the industrial development of the county and the community involved. So, we’re very concerned about residential in this noise sensitive zone. Our ordinance doesn’t recognize specific uses for the noise sensitive zone but again, I would be glad to review it with you, if you would like. The model ordinances that you see certainly recommend everything except, residential or nursing homes or something like that in a noise sensitive zone. So, we believe that residential development in the area where this is located, that ultimately hamper improvements at the airport that we think will be an asset for the industrial development for the community and the county. We’re certainly very concerned about that and I guess that I would like to express that as presenting questions or thoughts and again we really only have, one viable cost effective option the direction to go would be 2,5,10 or 20 years. One of the problems that countering across country, once the land is gone the airport is landlocked and they just don’t get moved, they get closed down. It is an absolute asset to the county, we’re trying to make it more of an asset in attracting business and industry that is paying a little higher taxes possibly in the past. Adequate airport landing is important for corporate interviews like that.

 

President Anderson asked, does anyone else want to give any responses to this request? Do the Commissioners have any questions?

 

Director Weaver stated, I would like to add to this, I did have a call from Bob Fox, the Mayor of Monticello, he too indicated that they had concerns with the noise ordinance, it’s not sure that they feel this is proper for housing either.

 

President Anderson asked, do you want to respond to that?

 

Pat Kuhn stated, I’m the Director of the White County Industrial Foundation and I would just like to speak directly to the issue that B.J. raised. Certainly an airport is a critical asset to our community in terms of our economic development and expansion, and we just ask that the Board use caution in developing areas around the airport where we might look to be expanding.

 

Terry Dellinger stated, I’m airport manager and in that expansion one might wonder why we would need to expand when it’s functioning as it is. We certainly do get a lot of corporate aircraft coming in and out of there but, we have had some in the past that has come in by jet. Recently, one of the more successful companies has sold all of their situations, they are not flying jets, and they’re illegal to land in White County. So they are landing in Lafayette and driving to their operations up here so that as corporations grow aviation tends to add new, better and faster transportation. We’re going to have to add runway land cover, going to his house.

 

B.J. Mursener stated, we believe this is a factor in enticing corporations that have multiple locations for the executives coming in for meeting and etcetera. They tend to like he said, they can fly in and do their business and fly out rather than flying for 2 hours and drive 45 minutes to get to the nearest business from the nearest airport. That will handle their traffic so we do believe that it’s important.

 

President Anderson asked, are there any other questions from the Commissioners?

 

Rick Raderstorf asked, what kind of range are you talking on this noise, are those homes there at Country Brook and that area, already in this zone?

 

B.J. Mursener stated, yes, they are but, the ordinance I think, that it exempts them. I moved here after this time, any development that had been started prior to I think, 1977. So yes, they are but, we’re certainly what is there is exemption of any structure, doesn’t apply to any structure which existed on April 1, 1957, doesn’t apply to residential buildings under construction residential developments in which construction has become or housing noise sensitive uses before September 1, 1977. So I guess within the existing developments that are there and platted I think that they were all prior to that and I apologize but, I wasn’t here then.

 

Gary Barbour asked, does anyone know when the gymnastics club was built?

 

Jay Clawson stated, it’s not a noise sensitive area.

 

Steve Mitchell stated, it’s not residential. I guess that the only two things that I would like to add is number one there are a residence there currently, and that it is in the process of being gutted and remodeled. So there is already a residential structure there and as the amendment to the unified Zoning Ordinance reads basically, what is required, is not that the structure existed prior to August 21, 1977 but, it is required that prior to one erecting a residential building. Or the building design for a noise sensitive area one is required to obtain a permit to erect or add that to that structure. So the unified Zoning Ordinance actually points out that it is a noise sensitive area and to use caution when building in this area but, permits should be issued on an individual basis and not excluded whole heartily from that area. 

 

B.J. Mursener stated, Area Plan certainly has the right, privilege of offering or giving a permit but again, I would like to emphasize it does in 25.13-821713. Any structure that existed prior to April 1, 1957, or as I read to you, 1977. So, it does clearly address the fact that there are certain areas existing developments that were already in the process, that qualify for that. Certainly the existing house there is, much older than 1957. You do have the right to issue the permit but, it does state in there to be very cautious about it for other residences and again the one house that is there is grandfathered, so to speak. There are a lot of grandfathered things but, there is a difference between one house and a dozen homes going in there. Just ask you again, to use your best judgement and it would certainly, over all benefit the county of the two different things.

 

President Anderson asked, is there anything more from the Commissioners? If not let's vote.

 

With no further discussion the Board voted.

 

The results of the vote were as follows: 0 affirmative and 7 negative. This will be presented to County Commissioners for their action. 

Attorney Altman stated, next Monday morning at 8:30 in the morning with no recommendation. Anyone that is interested in saying anything or being involved, need to be there, they have the final say.

 

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#732 Idaville First Church of God, Inc.; Requesting to rezone from A-1 to R-3 on 11.392 & .518 Acres. The property is located in Lincoln Township, it fronts U.S. Highway 24 and C.R. 50 N.

 

President Anderson asked, do we have anyone representing this request?

 

Don Potts Jr. stated, I’m here to represent the Idaville Church of God along with other people but, I’m the spokesman.

 

President Anderson asked, do we have anyone in the audience with any questions about this request? Do the Commissioners have any questions about this request?

 

Jay Clawson asked, a church, just needs to be R-3, is that what it is?

 

Director Weaver stated, it has to be a residential zoning, it can be any of the residential zonings and they choose to request an R-3 zoning. We have not had any calls or concerns with this.

 

Attorney Altman stated, this is for rezoning for a church?

 

Director Weaver stated, yes.

 

Don Potts Jr. stated, yes, this is for the church, we purchased that property a couple of years ago and we would like to build a church there in the center of it we basically asked to rezone the entire parcel just to have it all the same zoning.

 

President Anderson stated, let’s go ahead and vote.

 

With no further discussion the Board voted.

 

The results of the vote were as follows: 7 affirmative and 0 negative. This will be presented to County Commissioners for their action. 

Attorney Altman stated, again, 8:30 next Monday morning for the vote.

 

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#734 New Hope Lutheran Church; Requesting to rezone from A-1 to R-2 on 1.00 Acres. The property is located in Union Township at 252 S. 650 E.

 

President Anderson asked, do we have anyone representing this request?

 

Tim Miller stated, I’m with Dimensions Incorporated and Architect for the expansion project. What we were trying to do is, just get our things in order and get the correct zoning as we go about our planning.

 

President Anderson asked, do we have anyone here with any questions about this request? Do the Commissioners have any questions about this request?

 

Director Weaver stated, we have not received any call on this.

 

President Anderson stated, let's go ahead and vote.

 

Attorney Altman stated, there are a lot of residential, all of the way around and this is a residential area all of the way around.

 

Director Weaver stated, there is agricultural land but yes, there are residences.

 

Attorney Altman asked, I understand, on that side of the road is residential pretty much.

 

Director Weaver stated, on the South side of the tracks, railroad tracks.

 

With no further discussion the Board voted.

 

The results of the vote were as follows: 7 affirmative and 0 negative. This will be presented to County Commissioners for their action. 

Attorney Altman stated, this will be forwarded with a positive recommendation and again that will be next Monday morning at 8:30.

 

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#250 Nathan D. Virkler; Requesting approval of a 2 lot subdivision to be known as Kingdom Subdivision on 0.33 of an Acre. The property is located in the Town of Wolcott on the Northwest corner of Range Street and Blake Street. Tabled from August 14, 2000.

 

Director Weaver stated, this was tabled because, there was a neighbor concerned about the drainage so the Board chooses to refer it back to the Drainage Board. We did send you out a letter from Mr. Milligan addressing the drainage situation.

 

President Anderson asked, do we have anyone here representing this request?

 

Stan Virkler was representing this request.

 

President Anderson asked, do we have anyone with any questions about this request.

 

Rick Raderstorf stated, I would just like to let the Board know what happened on that. I called after words, spoke with Jim Milligan and told him to redo the plan and show our contour lines I think foot intervals. Also, did we want the utility easements on that too?

 

Jay Clawson stated, we didn’t know where the water and sewer was coming from, if they were in this street or if they were actually out here.

 

Stan Virkler stated, they are actually out here.

 

Jay Clawson stated, that’s one of the things that we asked because, if it came through here you had to have easements through the front lot to supply to the back lot. That was one of the things that we asked him to show, if those had to be on there, or get it approved. We told him to have Jim show either, if the water is back here and it comes out of the street and where the sewage is coming from because, if you have to go through this lot you have to have an easement through there.

 

Stan Virkler stated, Jim didn’t show that.

 

Rick Raderstorf stated, sanitary is on there.

 

There was discussion among the Board members and the applicant.

 

Jay Clawson stated, once this town is willing for you to cut the street, if you have to come through the yard, you’re going to have to show some kind of easement through there, am I wrong Attorney Altman? If he has water lines out on U.S. 24, if he has to come through lot #2, there will need to be an easement through there.

 

Attorney Altman stated, yes.

 

Jay Clawson stated, that will have to be shown, and that will have to be done on the secondary plat?

 

Attorney Altman stated, yes.

 

Jay Clawson asked, we could actually do a primary right now?

 

Attorney Altman stated, yes but, he needs all easement shown on the secondary, yes. Otherwise, you loose it.

 

Stan Virkler asked, where should that be shown.

 

Jay Clawson stated, anywhere you decide to run it, if you come through the back or if you come through the front but, it does have to be shown.

 

Attorney Altman stated, you would want it on there otherwise, you loose your right and it’s pretty important here for us to protect the drainage.

 

President Anderson asked, what we’re doing here is primary approval?

 

Director Weaver stated, yes.

 

President Anderson stated, let's go ahead and vote on primary, we will have to wait on secondary.

 

Ron Pollock asked, are we saying that it has been met?

 

Attorney Altman stated, standards have been met on that.

 

Jay Clawson stated, yes, but, if we can’t do secondary approval until he gets his plat updated so it can be recorded.

 

With no further discussion the Board voted.

 

The Primary Approval Request for a 2 lot subdivision to be known as Kingdom Subdivision located in Princeton Township, was approved by a vote of 7 to 0, based on a finding of fact that the Standards of the Subdivision Control Ordinance have been met. 

Attorney Altman stated, this would be referred to the next meeting for secondary.

 

Director Weaver stated, that will be December the 11th.

 

Attorney Altman stated, you just need to get your easement on there and anything else that the Board wishes.

 

Stan Virkler asked, I assume that easement, how should I get that drawn on there? Who should I contact?

 

Director Weaver stated, Jim Milligan.

 

Stan Virkler asked, if there is water that is back there, that wasn’t on there, would that suffice?

 

Jay Clawson stated, if you have water there that just needs to be shown on the plat.

 

Stan Virkler asked, but, if not, I need to have easements drawn on there.

 

Jay Clawson stated, yes.

 

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#253 Diana Young; Requesting approval of a 2 lot subdivision to be known as Schieler Subdivision on 2.40 Acres. The property is located in Princeton Township at 8351 W. 100 S.

 

President Anderson asked, do we have any one representing this request?

 

Diana Young was representing this request.

 

President Anderson asked, do the Commissioners have any questions?

 

Jay Clawson stated, with the way that he has this drawn up, this is just for you, he has such a small area for building…

 

Diana Young stated, this is it, right here.

 

Jay Clawson stated, I know but, your building is so small in there. When you sell it you’re going to be real limited to what you can actually, he didn’t show exactly the buildable area of this lot with the setbacks. I just want to make sure before we approve this that it’s…

 

Diana Young stated, no, there’s not going to be, see I was going to have someone put something on there but, this guy David Schieler my neighbor, didn’t want anything there so that’s why he came across to me because, he is buying it and doing nothing with it.

 

Jay Clawson stated, but, the thing is when you…

 

Diana Young stated, it’s an acre, it’s 1.4 acres.

 

Jay Clawson stated, it’s a real good size but, you have a super long building area, this is what you can build in here and the same when you subdivide yours that’s your building area.

 

Diana Young stated, this is my house here.

 

Jay Clawson stated, right, so the only thing that is actually in the building area, in yours, is just part of your garage. Your house is all totally out of the building area. 

 

Director Weaver stated, nonconforming.

 

Attorney Altman stated, it would all be nonconforming.

 

Rick Raderstorf stated, anything that was built, would have to get a variance.

 

An audience member stated, there is not going to be any buildings.

 

Diana Young stated, no, there’s not going to be anything there.

 

President Anderson stated, not on him but on you, if something would happen to your house and she built back on the foundation.

 

Director Weaver stated, right, these are your standard A-1 setbacks that are shown on this plat, right.

 

President Anderson asked, in other words, do you want to change your zoning too?

 

Jay Clawson stated, if he wants to keep his as an A-1, he not planning on building, that is not a problem. After you do this, you may want to come back in at a later time and change to a residential zoning, so that would give you so you could build closer to the road.

 

President Anderson stated, if something would happen to your house.

 

Jay Clawson stated, yes, if something would happen to your house you could rebuild back on it easier and you wouldn’t have to get so many variances, that’s the question that I had for her. If someone built on it the only thing that they could probably get on there is a mobile home.

 

Diana Young stated, that’s what they were going to, put on it was a mobile home and then when my neighbors found out about it, they didn’t want that.

 

Jay Clawson asked, so they are buying the lot?

 

Diana Young stated, so they say, they can buy it and I said that’s fine with me.

 

Jay Clawson stated, that’s fine, I just wanted to make sure that you knew.

 

President Anderson asked, are there any other questions? If not I say let's go ahead and vote.

 

Attorney Altman stated, this doesn’t have any other improvements to be added to the Subdivision Ordinance right?

 

Director Weaver stated, right, not that I know of.

 

Attorney Altman asked, so it’s ready for secondary approval?

 

Director Weaver stated, yes.

 

Jay Clawson asked, no, high-pressured gas lines that need to be recorded.

 

Attorney Altman stated, if there are, they are not shown. I’m not saying that there is none, they are certainly not shown.

 

With no further discussion the Board.

 

The Primary Approval Request for a 2 lot subdivision to be known as Schieler Subdivision located in Princeton Township, was approved by a vote of 7 to 0, based on a finding of fact that the Standards of the Subdivision Control Ordinance have been met. 

Attorney Altman stated, we are going to move on to the secondary.

 

The Secondary Approval request for a subdivision to be known as Schieler Subdivision located in Princeton Township, was approved by a vote of 7 to 0, based on a finding of fact that the Standards of the Subdivision Control Ordinance have been met, primary approval has been granted and the Subdivision is in compliance. 

Director Weaver stated, you do need to come in and sign the plat in the office. It can not be recorded for 10 days, we have a 10-day waiting period so, anytime within that set 10 days. 

Diana Young asked, do I come over to your office?

 

Director Weaver stated, yes, in my office.

 

Diana Young stated, you could do it now, if you want to but, we can not record it until those 10 days.

 

President Thompson asked, do we have any business?

 

Director Weaver stated, no, I don’t have anything.

 

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Jay Clawson made a motion to adjourn.

 

Greg Bossaer seconded the motion.

 

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The meeting adjourned.

 

Respectfully submitted,

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Diann Weaver, Director

White County Area Plan Commission