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APC MEETING – April 8, 2019

The White County Area Plan Commission met Monday, April 8, 2019, at 6:00 p.m. in the Commissioners’ Meeting Room, Second Floor, County Building, Monticello, Indiana.

Board Members Present: James Annis, Abbey Gross, Ralph Hasser, Doug Pepple, Stacy Selagy, Mike Smolek, & Brad Ward. Absent members were: Charles Anderson, Richard Lynn & Sid Holderly.

Planning Department Representatives: Joseph Rogers, Executive Director, Tina M. Tiede, APC Secretary; and Abigail Diener (Attorney)

Registered visitors were: See attached. The meeting was called to order by Vice President Mike Smolek.

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Approval of The Minutes: There was a motion by Board Member Doug Pepple and a second by Board Member Abbey Gross to approve the meeting minutes of the 03/11/19 APC Regular Meeting and a motion by Board Member Abbey Gross and a second by Board Member Jim Annis to approve the meeting minutes of the 03/25/19 APC Special Meeting. Approved unanimously, so moved.

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REZONES:

1) A motion was made by Board Member Brad Ward, with a second by Board Member Doug Pepple to hear rezone petitions #1094, #1095 & #1096 as a single request since they all have the same property owner and are all for the same purpose, but will vote on each request separately. Approved unanimously, so moved. The staff reported that the office received no communications from the public on any of the petitions.

These requests come from the Town of Monon at the suggestion of the Staff. The R-1 vs R-2 District assignment was chosen to prevent these properties from incorporating an accessory apartment upon the site which would put an unwanted burden on Monon’s utility infrastructure. It is also compatible with the District assignment established for the lots lying to the east of the site under consideration. Office records show the subject properties were included within an I-1 Zoning District at the time baseline zoning was established. The proposed rezones are for the purpose of bringing the properties into compliance with the current and anticipated use for those locations. In the Staff’s opinion, based on the location of the properties (within a municipality or platted subdivision), size (.165 acres) and use (personal storage/dwelling unit/vacant ground), the most fitting district assignments for these properties is R-1. These parcels do not meet current developmental standards for an I-1 District. The Staff recommends that the Board approve these requests.

2) #1094 – Owner: Meyers, Robert E, Georgia E and Steven J; Applicant: Monon Town Council; The subject property is identified by: Balls Addition Spruce St Lot 18; Monon Township; Parcel ID #91-84-21-000-027.100-014 (020-85410-00); Personal Storage. The proposed zoning map amendment involves consideration of a change of the zoning districts from: I-1 (Light Industrial) to R-1 (Single Family Residential). The proposed rezone is to bring the property into compliance with its current and planned use. The present use is personal storage which is not allowed in an industrial district. This request comes from the Town of Monon at the suggestion of the Staff. The R-1 vs R-2 District assignment was chosen to prevent these properties from incorporating an accessory apartment upon the site which would put an unwanted burden on Monon’s utility infrastructure. It is also compatible with the District assignment established for the lot area lying to the east of the site under consideration. Office records show the subject property was included within an I-1 Zoning District at the time baseline zoning was established. The proposed rezone is for the purpose of bringing the property into compliance with the current and anticipated use for that location. In the Staff’s opinion, based on the location of the property (within a municipality or platted subdivision), size (.165 acres) and use (personal storage), the most fitting district assignment for this property is R-1. This parcel does not meet current developmental standards for an I-1 District.

There being no questions, ballots were passed out by Abigail Diener.

Ballot Summary:

1. The proposed rezoning is consistent with the goals, objectives, and policies of the White County Strategic (Comprehensive) Plan and any other applicable planning studies and reports, as adopted and amended from time to time. 8 Agree; 0 No Opinion; 0 Disagree; APC Comments: None

2. The proposed rezoning is compatible with the current conditions (e.g. existing lots, structures and uses) and the overall character of existing development in the immediate vicinity of the subject property. 8 Agree; 0 No Opinion; 0 Disagree; APC Comments: None

3. The proposed rezoning is the most desirable use for which the land in the subject property is adapted. 8 Agree; 0 No Opinion; 0 Disagree; APC Comments: None

4. The proposed rezoning will not have an adverse effect on the value of properties throughout the jurisdiction. 8 Agree; 0 No Opinion; 0 Disagree; APC Comments: None

5. The proposed rezoning reflects responsible standard for growth and development. 8 Agree; 0 No Opinion; 0 Disagree; APC Comments: None

President Charles Anderson announced the results, as follows:

8 votes cast -8 in Favor; 0 Opposed; 0 No Recommendation

Rezone request will be certified to the appropriate legislative body with a “Favorable” recommendation: The Monon Town Board at the April 15, 2019 meeting.

3) #1095 – Owner: Meyers, Robert E, Georgia E and Steven J; Applicant: Monon Town Council; The subject property is identified by: Balls Addition Spruce St Lot 16; Monon Township; Parcel ID #91-84-21-000-026.900-014 (020-85390-00); 401 E. 2nd St., Monon, IN. The proposed zoning map amendment involves consideration of a change of the zoning districts from: I-1 (Light Industrial) to R-1 (Single Family Residential). The proposed rezone is to bring the property into compliance with its current and planned use. The present use is a single-family dwelling, which is not allowed in an industrial district, that was built in the early 1900’s.

There being no questions, ballots were passed out by Abigail Diener.

Ballot Summary:

1. The proposed rezoning is consistent with the goals, objectives, and policies of the White County Strategic (Comprehensive) Plan and any other applicable planning studies and reports, as adopted and amended from time to time. 8 Agree; 0 No Opinion; 0 Disagree; APC Comments: None

2. The proposed rezoning is compatible with the current conditions (e.g. existing lots, structures and uses) and the overall character of existing development in the immediate vicinity of the subject property. 8 Agree; 0 No Opinion; 0 Disagree; APC Comments: None

3. The proposed rezoning is the most desirable use for which the land in the subject property is adapted. 8 Agree; 0 No Opinion; 0 Disagree; APC Comments: None

4. The proposed rezoning will not have an adverse effect on the value of properties throughout the jurisdiction. 8 Agree; 0 No Opinion; 0 Disagree; APC Comments: None

5. The proposed rezoning reflects responsible standard for growth and development. 8 Agree; 0 No Opinion; 0 Disagree; APC Comments: None

President Charles Anderson announced the results, as follows:

8 votes cast - 8 in Favor; 0 Opposed; 0 No Recommendation

Rezone request will be certified to the appropriate legislative body with a “Favorable” recommendation: The Monon Town Board at the April 15, 2019 meeting.

4) #1096 – Owner: Meyers, Robert E, Georgia E and Steven J; Applicant: Monon Town Council; The subject property is identified by: Balls Addition Spruce St Lot 15; Monon Township; Parcel ID #91-84-21-000-027.000-014 (020-85400-00); Vacant Ground. The proposed zoning map amendment involves consideration of a change of the zoning districts from: I-1 (Light Industrial) to R-1 (Single Family Residential). The proposed rezone is to bring the property into compliance with its current and planned use. The present use is vacant ground (the Staff would consider this lot as excess acreage to a residential use).

There being no questions, ballots were passed out by Abigail Diener.

Ballot Summary:

1. The proposed rezoning is consistent with the goals, objectives, and policies of the White County Strategic (Comprehensive) Plan and any other applicable planning studies and reports, as adopted and amended from time to time. 8 Agree; 0 No Opinion; 0 Disagree; APC Comments: None

2. The proposed rezoning is compatible with the current conditions (e.g. existing lots, structures and uses) and the overall character of existing development in the immediate vicinity of the subject property. 8 Agree; 0 No Opinion; 0 Disagree; APC Comments: None

3. The proposed rezoning is the most desirable use for which the land in the subject property is adapted. 8 Agree; 0 No Opinion; 0 Disagree; APC Comments: None

4. The proposed rezoning will not have an adverse effect on the value of properties throughout the jurisdiction. 8 Agree; 0 No Opinion; 0 Disagree; APC Comments: None

5. The proposed rezoning reflects responsible standard for growth and development. 8 Agree; 0 No Opinion; 0 Disagree; APC Comments: None

President Charles Anderson announced the results, as follows:

8 votes cast - 8 in Favor; 0 Opposed; 0 No Recommendation

Rezone request will be certified to the appropriate legislative body with a “Favorable” recommendation: The Monon Town Board at the April 15, 2019 meeting.

5) #1101 Owner: Justin M Crichfield; Applicant: Same; The subject property is identified by: 12578 E & 12580 E Stringtown Road, Idaville, Lincoln Township; Parcel ID ##91-72-34-000-000.200-012 (009-00900-00); The proposed zoning map amendment involves consideration of a change of the zoning district from: A-1 (General Agriculture District) to A-2 (Agricultural Industry District). The proposed rezone is to allow for a confined feeding operation. The present use is for agricultural crop production.

Director Joe Rogers notified the Board that the 10-acre parcel has not yet been split out and requested that there be a condition attached to the Board’s consideration which requires the applicant to execute a proper subdivide of the 10 acre ground as a condition of the rezone approval (90 days from the date of Ordinance approval to execute). Board Member Jim Annis made motion to attach said condition, with second from Board Member Abbey Gross. Approved unanimously, so moved. Failure to property execute this subdivision of land within the 90-day time period shall result in the rezone approval being considered null and void.

Mike Veenhuizen, Livestock Engineering Solutions, Inc., was in person to represent the rezone request with Justin and Christine Crichfield also present. The applicant is proposing two (2) confined feeding barns with max 4800 head each, from wean to finish. Access road from Stringtown Road-Mike Kyburz, White County Highway Super has approved the proposed traffic plan. Pig delivery timing will correlate with the nearby school schedule. The applicants have an adequate land base to manage the manure. There is adequate water resources with no or minimal impact on local water supplies. The site satisfies all of the developmental standards for an A-2 district as provided for in CH 2, Section 2.5, Subsection 2.5.2 of the White County Zoning Ordinance.

As per Section 2.5.2 C & E, County Highway department approval of driveway construction, County Drainage Board approval and IDEM permit approval are required prior to issuance of any building or improvement location permit by the Building and Planning Office. The Area Plan Staff expressed concerns about Stringtown Road going through Idaville as a truck route. This route will take trucks from US Hwy 24 down Main Street to Stringtown Road through a dense, residential area of Idaville. One would normally expect to find kids, pets and elderly citizens utilizing this corridor. Additional truck traffic through this area appears to the Staff to be undesirable. The intersection of Stringtown Road and Main Street, coming from the subject site, has very restricted visibility to the south. One must move 15 foot or so past the stop sign to get a clear view of any traffic coming from the South on Main Street. At several points between that intersection and the subject site, Stringtown Road is narrowly constructed, going down to as little as 13’ of pavement. This proposed route is faced with multiple curves vs the relatively straight shot you would have if one were committed to 1300 E and the short segment of Stringtown Road to the parcel access point (there would be only two turns if you utilize 1300 E & Stringtown Road). The Staff felt the Board should be made aware of these conditions for this proposed route segment. Board Members Abbey Gross & Mike Smolek felt as though the railroad tracks are more of a concern than using Stringtown Rd. and prefer the through Idaville routing vs utilizing 1300E. The Board decided to leave the route selection to the applicant and County Highway.

There was no citizen response to this rezone request to report.

There being no additional questions, ballots were passed out by Abigail Diener.

Ballot Summary:

1. The proposed rezoning is consistent with the goals, objectives, and policies of the White County Strategic (Comprehensive) Plan and any other applicable planning studies and reports, as adopted and amended from time to time. 7 Agree; 1 No Opinion; 0 Disagree; APC Comments: None

2. The proposed rezoning is compatible with the current conditions (e.g. existing lots, structures and uses) and the overall character of existing development in the immediate vicinity of the subject property. 8 Agree; 0 No Opinion; 0 Disagree; APC Comments: None

3. The proposed rezoning is the most desirable use for which the land in the subject property is adapted. 8 Agree; 0 No Opinion; 0 Disagree; APC Comments: None

4. The proposed rezoning will not have an adverse effect on the value of properties throughout the jurisdiction. 6 Agree; 2 No Opinion; 0 Disagree; APC Comments: None

5. The proposed rezoning reflects responsible standard for growth and development. 7 Agree; 1 No Opinion; 0 Disagree; APC Comments: None

President Charles Anderson announced the results, as follows:

8 votes cast - 8 in Favor; 0 Opposed; 0 No Recommendation

Rezone request will be certified to the appropriate legislative body with a “Favorable” recommendation: The White County Commissioners at the April 15, 2019 meeting.

6) #1102 – Owner: Dennis D Sparks; Applicant: Same; The subject property is identified by: Out Se Ne; 07-27-03; .40; Parcel ID #91-73-07-000-003.600-020 (014-17450-00); 3704 N West Shafer Dr., Monticello; Union Township; The proposed zoning map amendment involves consideration of a change of the zoning districts from: B-2 (General Business District) to an R-2 (Single & Two-Family Residential District). The proposed rezone is for the purpose of bringing the parcel into compliance with the current use and for possible sale. The present use is as single-family dwelling unit.

Director Joe Rogers reported that the Staff received one call from Patsy Smith wanting to clarify what the request was for and if it would affect her property value at all. Patsy is not opposed to the request. Dennis Sparks was present to represent the request for the rezone. Board Member Dennis Sterrett asked why it was zoned B-2 and Director Joe Rogers said it was because it was a bait shop at the time the zoning was assigned. In the 1950’s, there were at least five small bait shops/stores operating within a 3-mile radius of Lowes Bridge. When the initial zoning maps were created, these were assigned B-2 Districts (which is the situation in this case). Even if the site was jointly used for dwelling purposes, the site was still assigned B-2 because, at the time, a dwelling unit was allowed in a B-2 District. These bait shops/stores have, in general, disappeared and in this case, only the residential use has been perpetuated. In the Staffs’ opinion, this request is simply a matter of bringing the site into compliance with its actual and recent historical use.

There being no additional questions, ballots were passed out by Abigail Diener.

Ballot Summary:

1. The proposed rezoning is consistent with the goals, objectives, and policies of the White County Strategic (Comprehensive) Plan and any other applicable planning studies and reports, as adopted and amended from time to time. 8 Agree; 0 No Opinion; 0 Disagree; APC Comments: None

2. The proposed rezoning is compatible with the current conditions (e.g. existing lots, structures and uses) and the overall character of existing development in the immediate vicinity of the subject property. 8 Agree; 0 No Opinion; 0 Disagree; APC Comments: None

3. The proposed rezoning is the most desirable use for which the land in the subject property is adapted. 8 Agree; 0 No Opinion; 0 Disagree; APC Comments: None

4. The proposed rezoning will not have an adverse effect on the value of properties throughout the jurisdiction. 8 Agree; 0 No Opinion; 0 Disagree; APC Comments: None

5. The proposed rezoning reflects responsible standard for growth and development. 8 Agree; 0 No Opinion; 0 Disagree; APC Comments: None

President Charles Anderson announced the results, as follows:

8 votes cast - 8 in Favor; 0 Opposed; 0 No Recommendation

Rezone request will be certified to the appropriate legislative body with a “Favorable” recommendation: The White County Commissioners at the April 15, 2019 meeting.

7) #1103 – Owner: Jimmy W & Marsha K Hayes; Applicant: Same; The subject property is identified by: HALLSDALE 3RD ADD PT LT 32; Parcel ID # 91-73-22-000-004.301-020 (014-12720-01); 1934 Roundabout Rd., Monticello; Union Township; The proposed zoning map amendment involves consideration of a change of the zoning districts from: R-3 (Multi-Family Residential District) to an R-2 (Single & Two-Family Residential District). The proposed rezone is for the purpose of bringing the parcel into compliance with the current use and for possible sale. The present use is single-family residential.

Jimmy & Marsha Hayes were present to represent the request for rezone. The Staff received no calls from the public related to this rezone request.

Quentin Hall addressed the Board stating that his father built this home and that the zoning for the entire subdivision was established as R-2 (Single & Two-Family Residential). He didn’t understand how it ever got to be zoned R-3, that it should still be registered with the original zoning assignment. Director Joe Rogers explained to the Board that the Staff has not been able to connect the dots on the zoning history for this property, nor the subdivision in general. It appears this land, which is currently dedicated to Hallsdale 3rd Addition, had a baseline zoning of A-1, General Agricultural. This is the best read that can be made from the 1972 baseline zoning maps. The subdivision plat was approved in January of 1977 but there is no reference made to zoning designation either on the approved plat or in the minutes from that meeting. The Staff assumes, the R-2 zoning was adopted as part of the plat approval which has been a fairly common practice throughout the life of our zoning & subdivision control ordinances. At some point, someone drew a circle on the Staff copy of the subdivision plat capturing an area and designating that area with an R-6 zoning designation. This reasonably matches the historical zoning map for that area dated Jan 1, 1991; although, there is no official record of how such change in zoning designation legitimately occurred. Once the R-5 & R-6 classifications were obsoleted, the zoning ordinance directed how those districts should be reclassified. R-6 areas were required to be updated to R-4; however, this area appears to have been changed to R-3 prior to that time with no explanation provided. Thus, the official mapping system record for zoning simply states “Hallsdale 3rd Addition Subdivision 21, Zoned R-6 (now R-3), Jan 19, 1977” as the zoning history for this lot.

In addition, the Staff suspicioned that the zoning assignment might have been a carry-over from the Hallsdale and Hallsdale 2 subdivision process, but the zoning history for neither of these subdivisions is any clearer than Hallsdale 3. Quentin Hall stated that he feels the zoning should be R-2 as originally intended.

There being no additional questions, ballots were passed out by Abigail Diener.

Ballot Summary:

1. The proposed rezoning is consistent with the goals, objectives, and policies of the White County Strategic (Comprehensive) Plan and any other applicable planning studies and reports, as adopted and amended from time to time. 8 Agree; 0 No Opinion; 0 Disagree; APC Comments: None

2. The proposed rezoning is compatible with the current conditions (e.g. existing lots, structures and uses) and the overall character of existing development in the immediate vicinity of the subject property. 8 Agree; 0 No Opinion; 0 Disagree; APC Comments: None

3. The proposed rezoning is the most desirable use for which the land in the subject property is adapted. 8 Agree; 0 No Opinion; 0 Disagree; APC Comments: None

4. The proposed rezoning will not have an adverse effect on the value of properties throughout the jurisdiction. 8 Agree; 0 No Opinion; 0 Disagree; APC Comments: None

5. The proposed rezoning reflects responsible standard for growth and development. 8 Agree; 0 No Opinion; 0 Disagree; APC Comments: None

President Charles Anderson announced the results, as follows:

8 votes cast - 8 in Favor; 0 Opposed; 0 No Recommendation

Rezone request will be certified to the appropriate legislative body with a “Favorable” recommendation: The White County Commissioners at the April 15, 2019 meeting.

SUBDIVISIONS: NONE

AMENDMENTS:

#A57 – Odor Control Plan: CH 3 Specific Use Requirements & Performance Standards: 3.19 Odor Control Systems and Standards; CH 14 Definitions - The purpose of this amendment, although limited in scope to specific industrial operations, is to provide regulation of the most probable nuisance odor generators and it establishes excellent proactive and preventative measures for managing industrial odors.

This amendment was initiated by County Commissioners in conjunction with White County Economic Development. The County Commissioners hired a company (Cornerstone) to study what communities across the county were doing to manage odor industries. They hired consultant Joe Rogers to work with Cornerstone through this process with the idea of Mr. Rogers generating an ordinance for consideration and possible adoption. Mr. Rogers and Cornerstone worked with Purdue University to develop a better understanding of odor management challenges and tools. This ordinance proposal is the result of those efforts. It targets seven specific industry types or sectors which commonly generate a high level of odor and which thus becomes a nuisance. Each of these would be required to develop an odor control plan. Existing operations will maintain a grandfathered status; however, any expansion area is subject to odor management controls.

Director Rogers also apprised the Board that Economic Development Director Mitchell and he attended two Wolcott Town meetings to discuss this proposal with the town Council and their citizens of Wolcott and that they had received very favorable feedback on this proposal.

This amendment is perfectly in-line with the White County, 2017 Comprehensive Plan which targets factors which can impact the quality of life of White County citizens and their communities. This amendment requires not only a pre-operational odor control plan, but it also sets standards for regular monitoring of a site’s odor generation levels.

This is a new section of zoning ordinance which has been included as a component of Chapter 3 (Special Use Requirements and Performance Standards) of the White County Indiana Zoning Control Ordinance. The amendment also provides revised and new definitions to Chapter 14, which are pertinent to this proposed ordinance amendment.

Mike Smolek voiced several concerns over the creation of this ordinance. He listed among his objections that this ordinance would put a costs burden on a company considering moving into the County that might make them go elsewhere. He also felt the Ordinance content needed further consideration. Maybe there’s too much, maybe there’s too little. Finally, there was a motion to adopt the amendment as presented, by Board Member Doug Pepple, with a second from Board Member Stacy Selagy. With a hand vote of 7 to approve and 1 opposed, the motion carries to adopt Amendment #A57 as presented.

BUSINESS:

1) Comprehensive Plan – Discussion

2) New Employee – Board Member Jim Annis asked if the office has hired a new staff member. Director Joe Rogers verified that Erika Martinez has been hired as a full-time staff member, to begin on April 15, 2019

There being no further business, Commission Member Jim Annis made a motion to adjourn the meeting, with a second from Commission Member Denny Sterrett. The meeting adjourned at 7:00 p.m.

Respectfully submitted,

Tina M. Tiede, APC Secretary

White County Area Plan Commission

Joseph Rogers, Executive Director

White County Area Plan Commission

Document Prepared By: White County Area Plan Board Secretary, Tina M. Tiede “I AFFIRM, UNDER THE PENALTIES FOR PERJURY THAT I HAVE TAKEN REASONABLE CARE TO REDACT EACH SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER IN THIS DOCUMENT, UNLESS REQUIRED BY LAW.”

Signed______________________________________________

WHITE COUNTY AREA PLAN COMMISSION

PUBLIC NOTICE OF REGULAR SESSION

April 8, 2019 – 6:00 p.m.

2nd Floor Conference Room, White County Building

110 N Main St., Monticello, IN 47960

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The White County Area Plan Commission will meet in Regular Session pursuant to Indiana’s Open Meetings Law, I.C. 5-3-1-2 (b):

APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES: Approve 03/11/19 APC Regular Meeting Minutes and 03/25/19 Special Meeting Minutes

REZONINGS:

1) #1094Owner: Meyers, Robert E, Georgia E and Steven J; Applicant: Monon Town Council; The subject property is identified by: Balls Addition Spruce St Lot 18; Monon Township; Parcel ID #91-84-21-000-027.100-014 (020-85410-00); Vacant Ground. The proposed zoning map amendment involves consideration of a change of the zoning districts from: I-1 (Light Industrial) to R-1 (Single Family Residential). The proposed rezone is to bring the property into compliance with its current and planned use.

2) #1095 – Owner: Meyers, Robert E, Georgia E and Steven J; Applicant: Monon Town Council; The subject property is identified by: Balls Addition Spruce St Lot 16; Monon Township; Parcel ID #91-84-21-000-026.900-014 (020-85390-00); 401 E. 2nd St., Monon, IN. The proposed zoning map amendment involves consideration of a change of the zoning districts from: I-1 (Light Industrial) to R-1 (Single Family Residential). The proposed rezone is to bring the property into compliance with its current and planned use.

3) #1096 – Owner: Meyers, Robert E, Georgia E and Steven J; Applicant: Monon Town Council; The subject property is identified by: Balls Addition Spruce St Lot 15; Monon Township; Parcel ID #91-84-21-000-027.000-014 (020-85400-00); Vacant Ground. The proposed zoning map amendment involves consideration of a change of the zoning districts from: I-1 (Light Industrial) to R-1 (Single Family Residential). The proposed rezone is to bring the property into compliance with its current and planned use.

4) #1101 – Owner: Justin M Crichfield; Applicant: Same; The subject property is identified by: 12578 E & 12580 E Stringtown Road, Idaville, Lincoln Township; Parcel ID ##91-72-34-000-000.200-012 (009-00900-00); The proposed zoning map amendment involves consideration of a change of the zoning districts from: A-1 (General Agriculture District) to A-2 (Agricultural Industry District). The proposed rezone is to allow for a confined feeding operation.

5) #1102 – Owner: Dennis D Sparks; Applicant: Same; The subject property is identified by: Out Se Ne; 07-27-03; .40; Parcel ID #91-73-07-000-003.600-020 (014-17450-00); 3704 N West Shafer Dr., Monticello; Union Township; The proposed zoning map amendment involves consideration of a change of the zoning districts from: B-2 (General Business District) to an R-2 (Single & Two-Family Residential District). The proposed rezone is for the purpose of bringing the parcel into compliance with the current use and for possible sale.

6) #1103 – Owner: Jimmy W & Marsha K Hayes; Applicant: Same; The subject property is identified by: HALLSDALE 3RD ADD PT LT 32; Parcel ID # 91-73-22-000-004.301-020 (014-12720-01); 1934 Roundabout Rd., Monticello; Union Township; The proposed zoning map amendment involves consideration of a change of the zoning districts from: R-3 (Multi-Family Residential District) to an R-2 (Single & Two-Family Residential District). The proposed rezone is for the purpose of bringing the parcel into compliance with the current use and for possible sale.

SUBDIVISIONS: NONE

AMENDMENTS:

1) #A57 – Odor Control Plan: CH 3 Specific Use Requirements & Performance Standards: 3.19 Odor Control Systems and Standards; CH 14 Definitions - The purpose of this amendment is to provide regulations of the most probable nuisance odor generators and establish excellent proactive and preventative measures for managing industrial odors.

BUSINESS:

3) Comprehensive Plan - Discussion

Individuals requiring reasonable accommodations for participation in this event should contact the White County Title VI Coordinator a minimum of 48-hours prior to the meeting at: 574-583-4585; Leah Hull, Title VI Coordinator, 110 N MAIN ST, PO BOX 260, MONTICELLO, IN 47960