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The White County Area Plan Commission met Monday, February 14, 2005, at 7:30 p.m. in the Commissioners’ Meeting Room, Second Floor, County Building, Monticello, Indiana.

Members attending were: David Rosenbarger, Charles Anderson, David Scott, Charles Mellon, Don Ward, Robert Thomas, Gregory Bossaer, and Dennis Sterrett. Also attending were Attorney Altman and Director Weaver.

Visitors Attending were: Bill Pyle, Mary Minier, Doug Sheets, Brenda Sheets, Jim White, Roscoe Deckard, Don Pauken, Mark Martin, Kathy Cade, J.J. Cade, Donna Applegate, Gene Applegate, Charlie Raines, Melissa Cooper, Terri Raines, Robert G. Kinser, Herb Parrish, Jimmy Farly, Trent Pherson, Larry R. Noe, Dan R. Johns, Cathy Johns, Sarah Kissell, Mike Shaffer, Dave Shaffer, Christine Shaffer, Terri Conwell, Greg Conwell, Susan Case, ?, Terry Beasy, Shelly Beasy, Jacquie Wright, Donald Wright, Tom Parsley, Floyd L. England, Myron Barnes, Kitty Robinson, DeWitt Robinson, Phil Chiafos, Tamy Chiafos, Don Williams Jr., Essy Williams, Dirk Ryan, Charles Clifford, Doris L. Parsley, Brenda C. Parsley, Jo Ellen Kelley, Rick Roach, Georgia Day, Barbara Harris, Stan Hockema, John J. Raines, Tim Wuethrich, Abbi Lietz, Jerry Hoover and Loretta Hoover. Brad Woolley and Bridgette Sheets was at the meeting but did not sign in.

The meeting was called to order by President Charles Anderson and roll call was taken. Don Ward made a motion to dispense with reading and approve the minutes of the January 10, 2005 meeting. Motion was seconded by David Rosenbarger and carried unanimously.

President Charles Anderson stated, Rezoning #873 and 874 Jeff VanWeelden is asking that both requests be tabled until the next meeting. So whoever is here we can not discuss anything until the next meeting. So whoever is here for that if you want to leave, you can leave at this time.

Attorney Altman stated, the next meeting is…

Director Weaver stated, March 14.

Attorney Altman stated, March 14 right here.

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#872 Jennifer Chinino, Owner; Mike Sales, Applicant; The property is located on part of Lot 34 and part of Lot 35 in the Original Plat, containing 2291.2 square feet, in the City of Monticello at 105 S. Main Street.

Violation: Operating an arcade without being properly zoned.

Request: They are requesting to rezone from B-1 to B-2.

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

Mike Sales stated, my name is Mike Sales.

President Charles Anderson asked, do you have any reasoning behind wanting to do this.

Mike Sales stated, evidently it is not zoned, they changed the zoning in 2004 to a restaurant.

President Charles Anderson asked, do any of the Commissioners have any questions at all?

Anybody in the audience have any questions about this request?

Director Weaver stated, we do have a letter.

President Charles Anderson asked, do you want to go ahead and read the letter?

Attorney Altman stated, I will do that. Dear Sir: My name is Eleanor VanLeewen. I’m the currently owner of the building next door to 105 S. Main St. It is my understanding that the owner next door to me is requesting a change of rezoning from B-1 to B-2. This change of the zoning could allow the owner to open up a carry out or a home pizza business. I’m objecting to this change. I am very much against the change of the zoning. I am concern regarding the lack of parking. We have a parking problem right now, and potential for increased traffic for the pizza business and of teenage patrons who already disrupt the day to day business activities of my renter Christine’s Hallmark, Cards, and Gifts. They congregate out front of my shop. The threat of fire to our whole complex because the children are smoking in our courtyard. I have been in business in Monticello for 26 years. A good class business of Hallmark greeting cards and fine gifts, a store which always has been an asset to the Town of Monticello. We are all very proud of this business. We have worked hard all of these years to keep the store a reputable, fine business. I’m asking the Area Plan Commissioners to refuse the request for a change in the zoning. Sincerely,

President Charles Anderson asked, do any of the Commissioners have any questions about that?

David Rosenbarger asked, what are the parking requirements for B-2?

Director Weaver stated, well it depends on the use. I can give you for a restaurant.

President Charles Anderson stated, that is right in the down town area.

Director Weaver stated, parking in Monticello for a restaurant is one for every 4 seats, plus one per employee per maximum shift.

Don Ward asked, what about the other businesses? Like Hallmark, do they have parking areas.

Director Weaver stated, they only have on street.

Don Ward stated, they only have on street.

President Charles Anderson stated, plus city parking area.

Director Weaver stated, there is a city parking lot in the back. I don’t know how many it holds.

Don Ward stated, the arcade?

Director Weaver stated, pardon?

Don Ward asked, do they have access to the arcade parking lot or is that…

Director Weaver stated, no they would have access. There is a hallway that goes through that building and goes out to the back.

Attorney Altman stated, right beside the theater and then all the way.

David Rosenbarger stated, what is this, a B-2.

Director Weaver stated, B-1.

Attorney Altman stated, Diann he asked a questions, was this B-2 when the

Restaurant was in there.

Director Weaver stated, no, no, we didn’t realize that it was not properly zoned for the restaurant until Mr. Sales came in.

President Charles Anderson asked, do you want to respond to this letter.

Mike Sales stated, I just see myself being there. Me not being there, the kids are congregating in front of the theater and have for the last 5 or 10 years. At least now there is some supervision there. Where before there was none.

President Charles Anderson asked, does anyone from the audience want to speak?

Doug Shaffer stated, I’m Doug Shaffer and my wife and I own Hallmark store. The question I have is, if we are going to see an increase in traffic, will be see an increase of supervision? Last Tuesday as an example we had a kid run through our store with a cue stick scaring some of our customers. Just yesterday when we were out back cleaning out a lot of the cigarette butts and the garbage that we are seeing from the area. I’m quite concerned that if we see an increase in traffic that we are going to see an increase in the amount of activity. I’m concerned. I want to know if there is going to be an increase of supervision?

President Charles Anderson stated, that is something that you would have to take up with the Monticello Police Department. What we are here is to decide what kind of zoning would be best for this area.

Doug Shaffer stated, all right, I just wanted to ask that question, if I could here.

President Charles Anderson asked, does any one else?

Dirk Ryan stated, I’m Dirk Ryan and I’ve here on behalf of my father Chuck Ryan who owns the theater. He to objects to this. The carry out pizza one of the main things he objects to is the lack of or the proper way to dispose of the food products and things like that. When it was a restaurant before there were dumpster all lined that hallway by the theater that goes out to the back parking lot. The food products attract bugs, rodents and whatever. It is unsightly walking through there. Dad’s dumpster is in the alley behind his building. It is not along the walkway. In addition to the other comments made in the letter about the kids being unsupervised. He objects to this as well.

President Charles Anderson asked, do any of the Commissioners have any questions? We have one more from the audience.

Brad Woolley stated, my name is Brad Woolley and I was just curious what kind of notice did you provide to all of the building owners.

Director Weaver stated, there was a letter that was mailed out 10 days prior to this meeting.

Brad Woolley stated, not to us.

Director Weaver stated, to the adjacent property owners. I think you are probably far enough away that you did not get one.

Brad Woolley stated, even though we are all in the same complex we all have the same guide lines and by laws and everything, my side doesn’t have to be notified.

Director Weaver stated, I believe the complex or does the complex own the sidewalks.

Brad Woolley stated, yes.

Director Weaver stated, then there would have been one sent to whoever gets the mail for the complex.

Brad Woolley stated, that would be us, and we did not get notification. That is why I’m here. I have been gone for a week and I was told today that there was a meeting at 7:30. The last place I wanted to come was here sorry, but I’m sure. My concern is I don’t know what is going on. I’m suppose to be on the board of this complex and if I don’t receive a document that tells me, I can’t even tell the other people I’m in charge of what is going on.

President Charles Anderson asked, does this complex have restricted covenants that tell you where you can or can not put refuse disposals and things like that.

Brad Woolley stated, what we have done is collectively come together and agreed on various things. How the building is going to be maintained. We have a uniform disposal system where our sewage goes out, goes to one route that goes under the buildings and comes out. So whatever goes into a building we need to be aware of because we have Godlove’s, who has been out several times because when the city came in and built the buildings and put the system in, it is all on sand. It has gradually started to plug. As a result if we have a business going in with a lot of disposals that will go through those lines, again like the restaurant we all will have a tremendous burden. We will have to pay someone to possible roto-rooter that thing at least once a month. My building we have had to do that several times because we had sewage back up in our office. We had the line roto-rooter. That is a 185 to 200 a shot sometimes. If we are going to spending that kind of money, we want to know what is going on. The rest of us when the restaurant went out, we want to make sure if another one came in, we all new about it so we knew what was going in before. So this is why today’s meeting has caught we off guard. I didn’t even know they wanted to put in a pizza place, until I just walked in and heard that.

President Charles Anderson asked, is there any restrictions or any actual convents for this or a planned development?

Brad Woolley stated, well it was kind of a, the way it all came out was initially, we all lease the land, but yet the city doesn’t take any responsibility for anything that goes on. It turns out that we all own the land.

President Charles Anderson stated, but you lease it from the city.

Brad Woolley stated, no, there is no lease, but the city refuses to do anything as far as general maintenance, so if we have something go wrong it is our building our problem. Our ownership does not obtain the land that our buildings set on. We have to maintain it, so it is a common sewage system so we need to be notified what is going in there ahead of time. As a group we can talk about it and discuss it whether or not it can through there or not.

President Charles Anderson stated, as far as whatever went down in his septic system. Will it be any different than any other restaurant?

Brad Woolley stated, what we want first of all is A. notice, whether it was provided or not, but I have to say no, I didn’t get it. All of the mail goes to one of the three 103 E. Broadway, or 101 Main Street, which is the other part of the building that I own.

President Charles Anderson stated, if you don’t actually adjoin right next to his property.

Brad Woolley stated, no, but we share a common area and the problem is we have to get into their building also for servicing, so it is a whole host of problems that we have going on right now. If we would have received notice all I’m saying is we should have and you guys say that then I will accept that.

President Charles Anderson stated, she would be the one to tell you, evidently you weren’t notified and we are sorry you weren’t notified. To her the adjoining buildings would be the ones that she would notify. We didn’t know this.

Brad Woolley stated, the other comment that I have is I have noticed because I have been in the office late at night there is a lot more activity around then there was. I’m not saying it may not have been there during the summer time. There are kids that hang out there. In the wintertime we did not have kids that would hang out and a lot of discussion about that concerns I guess we will have to take that up with the police.

President Charles Anderson stated, right, we have no control over that. Do any Commissioners have any questions?

Mike Sales stated, there was a restaurant in there and they were doing the full scale restaurant with deep fryers and everything, that is why they were having so many sewer problems, I didn’t see that there was a grease trap in the line. I’m not going to be doing any frying or any garbage disposal. I’m not going to be getting rid of my trash down the drain. It is a very limited restaurant.

President Charles Anderson r asked, on trash disposal where are you going to keep a dumpster? Where are you planning on having a dumpster?

Mike Sales stated, well that is something I have to do through the association and see where they can locate it.

President Charles Anderson asked, any questions?

Brad Woolley stated, if I may one more thing. If we all share a common roof line wouldn’t that make sense that my building should have been considered part of this?

President Charles Anderson stated, I would agree that it should have been added to it, but we didn’t get it done. I’m sorry we didn’t get it done.

Brad Woolley stated, if we would have know we could have easily talked about the dumpster and we could have had all of those issues hammered out because we have dumpster back there that we all use. We all pay for, when the food restaurant was in there we had a different arrangement set up to have them dumped faster and quicker. Some of that was Jason’s expense. If we would have known I think we could have had a lot of this hammered out. If you go ahead and approve this now some of these issues could be hammered out.

President Charles Anderson stated, it is up to you, do you want to bring this before us or table this and talked to them more before we vote or do you want us to go ahead and vote on this now.

Mike Sales stated, you can go ahead and vote and I can always apply again.

President Charles Anderson asked, do any of the Commissioners have any questions?

Greg Bossaer stated, Doc is he the only one that can table it.

President Charles Anderson stated, yes he is the only one that can table it. I mean we can table it if we want to.

Attorney Altman stated, to go look at it….

Greg Bossaer stated, to give that organization time to look at it or a notice.

President Charles Anderson stated, to give them notice, let's put this to a vote. Why don’t we raise our right hand if you want to table it until the next meeting. Okay so we are all in agreement to table this.

Attorney Altman stated, okay the next meeting is March 14, 2005.

President Charles Anderson stated, being tabled we don’t have to send out anymore notices, so if anyone else needs to be notified can you get in with Diann if someone else needs to be notified.

Charles Mellon stated, we have a violation on this.

President Charles Anderson stated, oh we have a violation on that. Well won’t that wait until the next meeting.

Director Weaver stated, that is what we normally do.

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#873 Rangeline Properties, Inc, Owner; Jeff VanWeelden, Applicant; The property is located on Lot 1 in Korpita’s Corner Subdivision West of Monticello at 19 S. 300 E.

Violation: None

Request: They are requesting to rezone from A-1 to I-2.

Tabled until March 14, 2005.

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#874 Rangeline Properties, Inc., Owner; Jeff VanWeelden, Applicant; The property is located on 4.00 acres, West of Monticello on the Northeast corner of Division Road and County Road 300 E.

Violation: They are currently using this property to store dumpsters without being

properly zoned.

Request: They are requesting to rezone from A-1 to I-2.

Tabled until March 14, 2005.

 

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#875 Richard C II & Sharon A. Roach; The property is located on 6.043 acres, more or less next to the water tower on the Southwest corner of Sixth Street and C.R. 150 S (Gordon Road).

Violation: None

Request: They are requesting to rezone from A-1 to B-2.

President Charles Anderson asked, is there anyone here representing this request?

Rick Roach stated, I’m Rick Roach.

President Charles Anderson stated, okay and you are requesting to rezone from an A-1 to an I-2.

Rick Roach stated, B-2.

President Charles Anderson stated, yes, B-2, and I don’t see any violations here or anything.

Do any of the Commissioners have any questions about this request?

Don Ward asked, do you have any idea what you are going to do with that?

Rick Roach stated, I was approached by a business owner here in town wanting to relocate.

President Charles Anderson asked, does anyone in the audience have any questions about this request? Any questions from the Commissioners? Can you give an idea of what kind of business you are talking about?

Rick Roach stated, it is Poncies.

President Charles Anderson stated, so none of the Commissioners have any questions and no body in the audience so let's vote.

Without further discussion the board voted.

The Board finds the following:

The results of the vote were as follows: 8 affirmative and 0 negative. This will be presented to County Commissioners for their action.

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#876 Bruce R. & Sally A. Scharer; The property is located on 4.51 acres, South of Monticello at 5908 E. Chalmers Road

Violation: None

Request: They are requesting to rezone from A-1 to R-1.

Bruce Scharer stated, I’m Bruce Scharer.

President Charles Anderson asked, do any of the Commissioners have any questions?

Is there anyone in the audience with any questions about this?

Bridgette Sheets stated, I’m Bridgette Sheets. Just wondering what the plans are?

President Charles Anderson stated, that would be single family homes.

Bruce Scharer stated, we are just going to take it up to 5 or 6 lots. It is all wooded, nothing commercial.

President Charles Anderson stated, it is residential anyway, you couldn’t do any commercial on that.

Bruce Scharer stated, the R-1 helps me on the setbacks.

Bridgette Sheets stated, we just have a little map and it looks like the house was just for sale. It looks like the house and 2.5 acres were on the East side of the ravine so…..

Bruce Scharer stated, I don’t know who owns that.

Bridgette Sheets stated, so you are looking at 5 or 6 lots on each side.

Bruce Scharer stated, if I do, it might only be 3 lots, until I get my final survey. I’m going to try to put the house on one lot and then one or two lots across the ravine and one or two lots on the East side.

Bridgette Sheets stated, if it goes to R-1 what are the lengths there as far as lots. What would be the maximum?

Don Ward stated, we would have no idea.

President Charles Anderson stated, every lot would have to…. Are you on the County sewer system in there?

Bruce Scharer stated, yes.

Director Weaver stated, yes. Lot size requirement is 7500 square feet per dwelling in the R-1 zoning.

Bridgette Sheets stated, 7500 square feet.

David Rosenbarger asked, do you have the surveying done yet?

Bruce Scharer stated, we are working on that right now, but this is going to determine how we do it.

David Rosenbarger stated, that is why I was wondering.

Bruce Scharer stated, I’ve got Vester from Lafayette working on it.

David Rosenbarger stated, we could tell you more when he finds out how much from the survey that would probably be 3 or 5 lots.

Attorney Altman stated, I hear two things here, and I don’t doubt you at all, but you are making a commitment that it would be between 3 or 5 lots, is that what you are saying.

Bruce Scharer stated, right, it won’t be anymore than that.

Attorney Altman stated, okay, so you would be entered in to a written commitment to depending on the survey is to whether it would be 3 or to 5 lots on the whole thing.

Bruce Scharer stated, right, including the house.

Attorney Altman asked, do you understand the difference here. Obviously they could put a lot more lots on that, but if he makes a written commitment then he.

President Charles Anderson stated, he hasn’t done that yet, but he could do that and we could.

Attorney Altman stated, but you are making a commitment.

Bruce Scharer stated, yes, I just want to divide it up and sell it. They are nice wooded lots.

David Rosenbarger stated, single.

Bridgette Sheets stated, so it ???.

Bruce Scharer stated at the most.

Bridgette Sheets stated, the other concern we have is the gravel road that goes off of Chalmers rd which is ??? currently the property owners maintain that. We call it a gravel road. It actually goes straight down our driveway and straight into the lake. Our driveway and half of the property.

Bruce Scharer asked, are you the ones next door to me, okay my parents are in the back so we are sharing it?

Bridgette Sheets (can not hear her)

President Charles Anderson stated, ma’am if he turns this into a subdivision later he will have to meet the subdivision code as far as what kind of roads he can put in there anyway.

Bridgette Sheets stated, we concern because there is little knowledge of the roads in the area.

Bruce Scharer stated, my well was tested and then my septic system was filled.

President Charles Anderson stated, they would have to drill their own wells. You can add a commitment to this to restrict yourself.

Bruce Scharer stated, no, I said 5 and that is all there will be.

Attorney Altman stated, all you have to do is get a written commitment and I can help you or your lawyer get that done and review it and that would take care of it. That just defines all you can have in there is 5 lots.

Bruce Scharer stated, that is fine.

Attorney Altman stated, I hear you that is fine, I’m just saying that is what we are talking about.

Bruce Scharer stated, I don’t have to get a lawyer.

Attorney Altman stated, no, I’ll be glad to get that ready.

David Rosenbarger stated isn’t that going to be more covered when he goes for the subdivision. I mean right now it is just one lot.

Attorney Altman stated, well I understand.

Don Ward stated, we don’t have any control over that.

Attorney Altman stated, this does allow us to have the control and satisfy the neighbors, is what I guess I’m saying. I hear him saying that is exactly what he wants to do.

President Charles Anderson stated, if you would do that you would probably have a lot less trouble getting it through.

Bruce Scharer stated, fine, I’ll sell the lots to you guys if you want them.

President Charles Anderson asked, would that satisfy you?

Doug Sheets stated, I’m Doug Sheets. No our concerns was we didn’t want 25 houses going in there. We are neighbors and we turned the property into unbelievable the work they have done on it. We are not here to cause any problems we were just concerns about what was going on and how many acres.

Several are talking at once.

President Charles Anderson asked, sir would you agree with a commitment on that?

Bruce Scharer stated, yes.

Attorney Altman stated, give me a call tomorrow morning and we will….

Bruce Scharer stated, at 6:00 I’m heading to Florida. If you want something out of me tonight get it.

Several are talking at once.

President Charles Anderson stated, I say we go ahead and vote with a commitment of no more than 5 lots.

Without further discussion the board voted.

The Board finds the following:

The results of the vote were as follows: 8 affirmative and 0 negative. This will be presented to County Commissioners for their action.

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#301 Mark & Joyce Martin; Requesting secondary approval of a 5 Lot subdivision to be known as The Lone Coyote on 3.002. The property is located North of Monticello on the Southeast corner of County Road 400 N. and Lake Road 26 E.

President Charles Anderson stated, this is the secondary approval. There were improvements that needed to be done on this and everybody abuts a road out there.

Director Weaver stated, the roads are existing.

President Charles Anderson asked, it all agrees with the subdivision ordinance.

Director Weaver stated, I believe so.

President Charles Anderson asked, does anyone in the audience have any questions on this? Anybody on the board have any questions?

Director Weaver stated, did you receive a new plat in your packet.

President Charles Anderson stated, no.

Director Weaver stated, the have eliminated the strip.

President Charles Anderson stated, okay that is what we requested of them.

Dennis Sterrett asked, what did we ask for?

President Charles Anderson stated, to eliminate the small piece of property off the side of it. You were going to sell that.

Mark Martin stated, yes we have a tentative agreement to sell that.

Director Weaver stated, they have excluded that piece from the subdivision.

President Charles Anderson asked, does anyone else have any questions on this subdivision.

Without further discussion the board voted.

The Board finds the following:

The Secondary Approval request for a subdivision to be known as The Lone Coyote located in North of Monticello on the Southeast corner of County Road 400 N. and Lake Road 26 E, was approved by a vote of 8 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.

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#302 Roscoe E. & Betty L. Deckard; Requesting approval of a 2 subdivision to be known as Deckard Subdivision on 2.587 acres. The property is located West of Brookston at 2947 W. State Road 18.

President Charles Anderson stated, do we have anybody here representing this request?

Roscoe Deckard stated, yes, I’m Roscoe Deckard.

President Charles Anderson asked, do the Commissioners have any questions? Anybody in the audience have any questions? Is this for primary or both?

Director Weaver stated, we have both, primary and secondary.

President Charles Anderson asked, do you plan on selling off the other lot or building a house?

Roscoe Deckard stated, we want to build a house.

President Charles Anderson asked, you are not going to put a transfer station on this? Does it meet all of the standards?

Director Weaver stated, yes it does.

President Charles Anderson asked, do we have the secondary plat? Do they need any improvements on it.

Director Weaver stated, not that I’m aware of.

President Charles Anderson asked, do we have any questions from the board?

Charles Mellon stated, it is on the crossroad there and I don’t see any body here that lives on the North side of the road, so it must be all right.

Without further discussion the board voted on the primary.

The Primary Approval Request for a 2 lot subdivision to be known as Deckard located in West of Brookston on 18, was approved by a vote of 8 to 0, based on a finding of fact that the Standards of the Subdivision Control Ordinance have been met.

President Charles Anderson stated, okay we now have the secondary on this. Everything on the plat looks right to you, it is on the road and it has the utilities.

Director Weaver stated, yes.

Without further discussion the board voted.

The Secondary Approval request for a subdivision to be known as Deckard Subdivision located in West of Brookston on 18, was approved by a vote of 8 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.

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President Charles Anderson stated, next on the agenda is business. Anyone who wants to leave and doesn’t want to listen to the business can at this time. First thing on the list we have some amendments. They all have been advertised.

Director Weaver stated, yes these were presented to you at the last meeting. It has been advertised.

President Charles Anderson asked, do we have any questions on these amendments? If not let's vote. The amendment was passed 8 to 0.

Next on the agenda is Meadowbrook Subdivision II, who is going to speak on that.

Director Weaver stated, we don’t have anything to add to that.

President Charles Anderson asked, does Diann have anything else?

Director Weaver stated, we have attorney fees to look at. I sent you a letter in the packet just for your knowledge from Mr. Saylor.

President Charles Anderson stated, we have to approve these fees. Are they turned in?

Attorney Altman stated, yes.

David Rosenbarger stated, I make a motion that we approve them.

Don Ward stated, I will second it.

President Charles Anderson asked, do we have anything else?

Don Ward stated, tomorrow.

President Charles Anderson asked, what is going on tomorrow?

Director Weaver stated, if you look at the back of your pictures, I gave you an agenda for tomorrow. The only ones that you are concerned with are the last two meetings.

President Charles Anderson stated, I don’t get out of the clinic until 5:00.

Director Weaver stated, the first meeting that you need to attend is at 4:00 and that is just the APC and the BZA. The second meeting starts at 5:00 and that is the whole steering committee.

Don Ward asked, what is the purpose of the meeting?

Director Weaver stated, no, they have been hired and I think what these meetings are for they are going to be getting preliminary ideas of what we are looking at and changes.

Tape shut off at this point.

The meeting adjourned.

Respectfully submitted,

Donald W. Ward, Secretary

White County Area Plan Commission

Diann Weaver, Director

White County Area Plan Commission