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AGENDA

for the

CITY OF WILDWOOD'S

PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION

City Hall Council Chambers- 16860 Main Street

February 4, 2019 - Monday

<<< 6:30 P.M.>>>

                                                                            



Action Items on Tonight’s Agenda -------------------------->     One (1) Information Report, One (1) Item of New Business (Correspondence), and One (1) Site Development Section Plan Recommendation.


I.

Welcome to Attendees and Roll Call of Commission Members

II.

Review Tonight’s Agenda/Questions or Comments

III.

Approval of Minutes of the Meeting of Tuesday, January 22, 2019

IV.

Department of Planning’s Opening Remarks/Updates

V.

Public Comment Session – All public comments on the active items accepted here, excluding Public Hearings

VI.

Public Hearings – No Items for Consideration

VII.

Old Business – One (1) Item for Consideration

1.

Information Reports – One (1) Item

a.

P.Z. 9-18 The Reserve at Wildwood, Payne Family Homes L.L.C., c/o Thomas Cummings, 10407 Baur Boulevard, Suite B, St. Louis, Missouri 63132 – A request for the following land use considerations upon a property that totals 50.65 acres of area, which is located on the west side of State Route 109, north of Manchester Road (Locator Numbers: 23V110022 and 23W320013/Street Addresses: 2431 State Route 109 and 17225 Manchester Road):

  1. A modification of the Street Network Map of the Town Center Plan, which reflects the petitioner’s intent to modify the location and design standards of the proposed extension of Main Street through the site, along with the accompanying planned network of internal roadways.
  2. A modification to the current Town Center Regulating Plan designations associated with the tract of land from the ‘Workplace District’, ‘Neighborhood Edge District’, and ‘Neighborhood General District’, to the ‘Neighborhood Edge District’ designation for the entirety of the site.
  3. A request for a change in zoning from the C-8 Planned Commercial District and R-6A 3,000 square foot Residence District, with a Planned Environment Unit (PEU), to the R-3 10,000 square foot Residence District, with a Planned Residential Development Overlay District (PRD).
                These requests have been made upon the same tract of land that was under consideration by the Planning and Zoning Commission as P.Z. 20, 21, and 22-15 Ackerley Place, which has been postponed indefinitely. Proposed Use: A total of one hundred forty (140), detached single-family dwellings on individual lots, with common ground, and required public space areas. (Ward One)
a.1.

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Vote

Helfrey

Lee

Archeski

Kohn

Gragnani

Beattie

Deppeler

Woerther

Bowlin

Simpson

Aye

Nay


VIII.

New Business – One (1) Item for Consideration

1.

A review and recommendation by the Planning and Zoning Commission regarding a follow-up request by the owners of property to allow for an extension of time for the “commencement of construction” to begin on this 11.3 acre site situated within the City’s Town Center Area, which was previously approved for a total of seven (7), multiple-story buildings, housing one hundred sixty-eight (168) condominium and/or apartment units, along with two (2) commercial buildings fronting onto Manchester Road, with associated parking, being identified as P.Z. 14-07 Covert-Corsair Homes, Inc., c/o Stock and Associates.

The property is currently zoned C-8 Planned Commercial District (Town Center Workplace and Neighborhood Edge Districts) and located on the north side of Manchester Road, west of Taylor Road (Locator Number: 24V630286/Street Address 16815 Manchester Road). The Commission considered a similar request in 2017. Subsequently, the petitioner requested a variance from the City’s Board of Adjustment for the same, which was granted for a period of twelve (12) months, which expired January 17, 2019. If the Planning and Zoning Commission does not support the requested extension of time, direction is needed as to whether to begin the zoning revocation process, as set forth in the City of Wildwood’s Zoning Ordinance, in Chapter 415.190 C-8 Planned Commercial District.  (Ward Eight)
a.

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Vote

Helfrey

Lee

Archeski

Kohn

Gragnani

Beattie

Deppeler

Woerther

Bowlin

Simpson

Aye

Nay


IX.

Site Development Plans - Public Space Plans - Record Plats – One (1) Item for Consideration

1.

A recommendation report prepared by the Department of Planning and Parks regarding a Site Development Section Plan for the relocation of the Wildwood Community Garden to the City Hall property located at 16860 Main Street (St. Louis County Locator Number: 23V220224); terminus of Main Street, at Market Street; C-8 Planned Commercial District; which recommends the Planning and Zoning Commission’s favorable consideration and action on this location and associated design components. (Ward - Eight)

X.

Other Items –No Items for Consideration

XI.

Closing Remarks and Adjournment by Chair of Commission



Note:      The Planning and Zoning Commission will consider and act upon these matters listed above and any such others as may be presented at the meeting and determined appropriate for discussion at that time.


Not Ready for Action Items (02-04-2019 Executive Meeting)
1.

Public Hearing Items – Two (2) Items

a.

P.Z. 7-10 Whispering Oaks Health Care Facility – Naren Chaganti (Registered Agent) c/o City of Wildwood, Department of Planning, 183 Plaza Drive, Wildwood, Missouri

A compliance review of an Amended Conditional Use Permit (CUP) in the NU Non-Urban Residence District (P.C. 95-94 St. Louis County Zoning), which authorizes a one hundred eighty-three (183) bed skilled nursing facility upon a 10.93 acre tract of land located on the north side of Ridge Road, west of St. Paul Road (Locator Number 25T210089/Street Address: 1450 Ridge Road), to determine if the facility has been operating in violation of the Conditional Use Permit and, if so, to consider appropriate sanctions, up to and including revocation of the permit. (Ward Six) - Open from July 19, 2010 Executive Session of the Planning and Zoning Commission
b.

A response to a communication from Douglas B. Gilberg, proprietor of Wildwood Green Arts, L.L.C., which is dated February 24, 2017, requesting amendments to an Amended Conditional Use Permit (CUP) in the NU Non-Urban Residence District (St. Louis County’s P.C. 162-89 Douglas Gilberg) that governs the use of this 7.34 acre site being located on the east side of Ossenfort Road, north of Melrose Road (Locator Number: 24Y420183/Street Address: 2906 Ossenfort Road.) Proposed Use:

The addition of a commercial kitchen, a small dormitory area, and an additional structure for art exhibits and educational sessions, along with the previously permitted plant nursery, with sales room, and the limited recreational use of the grounds/buildings for art and natural history instruction, meeting place, and accessory art library. (Ward Six)
2.

Letters of Recommendation Items – No Items

3.

Information Report Items – Four (4) Items

a.

P.Z. 5, 5(a), and 5(b)-18 Latitude N 38, TB Realty and Development, Inc., c/o Tony Bosworth, 2642 State Route 109, Wildwood, Missouri 63040

A request for modifications to the Town Center Regulating Plan’s designations of two (2) properties that total 2.84 acres of area, which are located at the southeast corner of Eatherton Road and Crestview Drive, from their current categories as “Downtown District” to the “Neighborhood Edge District”. Accompanying the aforementioned Regulating Plan modifications is a request for a change in zoning from the NU Non-Urban Residence District to the R-4 7,500 square foot Residence District (Town Center “Neighborhood Edge District”), with a Planned Residential Development Overlay District (PRD), for the same tract of land, again, being located at the southeast corner of Eatherton Road and Crestview Drive (Locator Numbers: 23V210140 and 23V210151/Street Addresses: 2442 and 2448 Eatherton Road). Proposed Use: A total of twelve (12) detached single-family dwellings, with common ground, and required public space areas. (Ward Eight)
b.

P.Z. 20, 21, and 22-15 Ackerley Place, Payne Family Homes L.L.C. (Amended), c/o Thomas Cummings, 10407 Baur Boulevard, Suite B, St. Louis, Missouri 63132

A request for modifications of the Street Network Map of the Town Center Plan, as set forth for a property that totals 50.65 acres of area, which is located on the west side of State Route 109, north of Manchester Road. The requested modifications to the Street Network Map reflect the petitioner’s intent to alter the location and design components of the proposed Main Street extension through the subject site, along with other changes to the network of internal roadways. Accompanying the aforementioned Town Center Plan (Street Network Map) modifications is a request for a change in zoning from the C-8 Planned Commercial District and R-6A 3,000 square foot Residence District, with a Planned Environment Unit (PEU), to the Amended C-8 Planned Commercial District (Town Center “Workplace District”) and R-3 10,000 square foot Residence District (Town Center “Neighborhood Edge District” and “Neighborhood General District”), with a Planned Residential Development Overlay District (PRD), for the same tract of land, again being located on the west side of State Route 109, north of Manchester Road (Locator Numbers: 23V110022 and 23W320013/Street Addresses: 2431 State Route 109 and 17225 Manchester Road). Proposed Use - A total of one hundred forty (140) detached single-family dwellings, on individual lots, with common ground, required public space areas, and a minimum of one (1) commercial outlot fronting onto State Route 109. This revised advertisement supplants P.Z. 9-18 The Reserve at Wildwood, which had been posted for public hearing on July 16, 2018 by the Planning and Zoning Commission. (Ward One)
c.

P.Z 11-18 City of Wildwood Planning and Zoning Commission c/o Department of Planning, 16860 Main Street, Wildwood, Missouri 63040

A request to review Section 415.410 Sign Regulations for “FP”, “PS”, “NU”, and all ‘”R” Districts, Section 415.420 Sign Regulations for all “C” and “M” Districts, and Section 415.440 Temporary Signs, specifically for the purposes of considering possible changes to certain existing regulations to address comments and concerns from members of the public regarding their application, and to review recent relevant legal developments regarding the same. (Wards – All)
d.

P.Z. 12-18 2540 Lindy Lane, Andrew Hildebrand, 924 Forest Lake Court, Ballwin, Missouri 63021

A request for a change in zoning from the NU Non-Urban Residence District to the R-3 10,000 square foot Residence District upon a property that is 0.39 acres in size, which is located on the east side of Lindy Lane, north of Manchester Road (Locator Number: 24V530131/Street Address: 2540 Lindy Lane). The subject property is designated ‘Neighborhood Edge’ District under the current Town Center Regulating Plan. Proposed Use: One (1) single family dwelling on the existing non-conforming lot. (Ward Eight
4.

Correspondence Items – One (1) Item

a.

P.Z. 1 and 1a-99 W.J. Byrne Builders, Inc., 3112 Shady Glen Estates Drive, Wildwood, Missouri 63038

A request to amend existing Planned Residential Development Overlay District Ordinance #1189 to accommodate changes associated with a redesign of this residential subdivision that was originally approved for twenty-three (23) total units, on individual lots, to be located on a 18.33 acre tract of land, which is located on the north side of Strecker Road, east of Englebrook Drive (Locator Numbers 22U240024, 22U330031, and 22U330062 /Street Addresses 177 Strecker Road, 165 Strecker Road, and 173 Strecker Road). The modifications reflect changes to the site due to environmental considerations relating to a restrictive covenant approved and signed between the property owner and the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), which has necessitated changes to its previously approved design. (Ward Two)
5.

Record Plats/Site Development Plans – No Items

6.

Other Items – No Items

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