Thursday, February 2, 2012
St. Peters Planning and Zoning Commission also signs off on a special use permit.
It's not just pizza companies that can get things done in 30 minutes or less. Faced with a 5-item agenda, the St. Peters Planning and Zoning Commission wasted little time during the February meeting. The Commission heard four home occupation permit requests and one request for a special use permit. All five items were approved by the Commission in a brisk 30-minute meeting. Only one item on the agenda actually provoked much debate. Daylily Lay Garden, an internet business owned by Michael and Kathy Bouman. Michael Bouman said he has a hobby or growing and planting flowers on his lawn. He makes hybrid flowers and all of the flowers on his lawn are labeled properly. Bouman said his business would be internet sales, much like something you…
Wednesday, August 3, 2011
St. Peters Commission to host August meeting at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday.
The St. Peters Planning and Zoning Commission will continue a conversation about a cell phone tower at Wednesday's regular monthly meeting. At 6:30 p.m. tonight, Aug. 3, the Commission will meet at the Justice Center. The top item on the agenda is a continuation of Old Business relating to the construction of a cell phone tower. At the July meeting, the Commission heard a plan from St. Charles Tower, Inc. to build a new cell phone tower located on the north side of Cloverleaf Drive South, east of Cave Springs Drive. The Commission had no problems with the location or even the plan to build a tower, but rather what the tower was going to look like. City code regulations said the tower should be disguised, but the Commission wondered if a …
Wednesday, July 6, 2011
The St. Peters Planning and Zoning Commission will meet at the 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, July 6, 2011, at the Justice Center.
A site plan and a public hearing about a cell phone towers are just a few of the items on the agenda for the St. Peters Planning and Zoning Commission meeting. At 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday night—the first Wednesday of July—the Commission will convene for their regular monthly meeting. After a brief meeting in June, the Commission has just 11 items to tackle for July. The Commission will hear one item of old business, three home occupation requests, two other requests, two public hearings, two record plats and one site plan. One of the other requests involves Hooters requesting permission to have a motorcycle show and Villas at Arden Forest is requesting a PUD amendment. The first public hearing is from St. Charles Tower for a special use …
Thursday, June 2, 2011
Finishing in a record-hedging 23 minutes, the St. Peter's Planning and Zoning Commission approved two new business permits and allowed several temporary permits.
In a meeting that took 23 minutes, the St. Peter’s Planning and Zoning Commission approved two home-based business permits and four temporary use permits Wednesday night. The commission also made one recommendation for approval to the Board of Aldermen to name an access lane and carried one motion to approve the re-subdivision of a commercial lot. For the third month in a row, Under Cut Lawn Care failed to show up to request approval for a home based business. That item has been removed from any further agendas, now requiring the proprietor to re-file all paperwork. Gags and Games, Inc. requested that their agenda item be moved to the July Planning and Zoning meeting. The request was granted. The following permits were approved by the …
Wednesday, June 1, 2011
PNZ Commission will meet at 6:30 p.m. at the Justice Center for their June meeting.
The St. Peters Planning and Zoning Commission meets the first Wednesday of every month and for June that happens to be the first day of the month At 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday night at the Justice Center, the Planning and Zoning Commission will conduct its June meeting. The agenda for the monthly meeting is fairly light—the commission will only have eight items to discuss and debate. One item on the agenda, the only piece of old business, is a home occupation request for Under Cut Lawn Care. The item will look familiar to members of the Commission since it’s the third month in a row it has appeared on the agenda. Owner Kyle Schrader failed to show up at the April and May meetings. The Commission decided at the end of the May meeting that if …
Thursday, May 5, 2011
Commission also gave approval to four home business requests.
Traffic issues and rain were the big concerns of the Planning and Zoning Commission meeting on Wednesday night. Proposed site plans for a renovated Mobil station and a new Wendy’s were approved, but not without some discussion. The proposed Mobil on the Run, located on the West side of Mid Rivers Mall Drive, south of Suemandy Drive, involved turning a small Mobil station into a Mobil on the Run convenience store. The plan, of course, is to generate more traffic and business to the gas station by building a much bigger convenience store. Commission member John Durajczyk wondered if the increased business would be problematic on an already busy road. The Mobil station site plan has an opening on Suemandy and an opening on Mid Rivers Mall Dr…
Wednesday, May 4, 2011
The Planning and Zoning Commission's May meeting is at 6:30 p.m. at the Justice Center.
It's the first Wednesday of the month which means the St. Peters Planning and Zoning Commission is getting ready to meet. At 6:30 p.m. tonight, Wednesday, May 4, the Commission will meet at the Justice Center. The agenda for the meeting can be found here. Some hightlight for the agenda include:
Thursday, March 3, 2011
Commission approves all items on agenda at brisk March meeting.
After back-to-back meetings filled with public debate, Wednesday’s Planning and Zoning Commission Meeting was a brisk, quiet affair. Clocking in a shade under an hour, the March meeting of the Planning and Zoning Commission featured little drama and little debate. Cases were presented to the commission and decisions were made in a quick fashion. The first items up for discussion dealt with home occupations. The commission heard four residents request to use their homes as a place of business. Two businesses, Schaffer Lawn Care Co. and National Lawn Service, were approved with contingencies. The lawn care and maintenance businesses requested to use their homes as offices for billing practices only. The board requested the businesses agree …