Wednesday, January 2, 2013
The St. Peters Planning and Zoning Commission will have its first meeting of 2013 at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 2.
The first meeting of 2013 at the St. Peters Justice Center will take place just two days into the new year. The St. Peters Planning and Zoning Commission will meet for its regular January meeting at 6:30 p.m. at the St. Peters Justice Center. The agenda for the first meeting of 2013 is short. The commission will hear two requests for home occupation permits. The first, an item of old business, is for Lafi Couture (designer sports apparel). The second, new business, is for Xtreme Xteriors (lawn care and landscaping). Along with the home occupation requests, the commission will hear requests for a PUD amendment and a CPD amendment. Lastly the commission will see two site plans, one for GFS Marketplace and one for Celtic.
Thursday, December 6, 2012
The St. Peters Commission re-re-approved a site plan for the bank.
The St. Peters Planning and Zoning Commission closed out the 2012 year with it's final meeting on Wednesday night. One group was making a return appearance in front of the commission. Fifth Third Bank returned to the Justice Center hoping the third time would be the charm. The bank, first came to the St. Peters Planning and Zoning Commission in the first meeting of 2011 to get approval of a site plan for a new location located south of the existing Walgreens on Mid Rivers Mall Drive on the same area as the new Goodwill store. After construction didn't begin for a year, the bank returned in the last meeting of 2011 to have its site plan re-approved. During that meeting, the bank's representative Kurt Prosser said he hoped construction …
Wednesday, November 7, 2012
The St. Peters Planning and Zoning Commission is set to meet at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 7.
Government across the United States took a break on Tuesday for the General Election. On Wednesday night, St. Peters goes back to work. At 6:30 p.m. the St. Peters Planning and Zoning Commission will meet at the St. Peters Justice Center for the November meeting. If the agenda is any indication, the meeting shouldn't take too long. The commission has just eight items up for discussion on the November agenda. Five of the items are home occupation permit requests—four items of new business and one piece of old business. The home occupation permit requests involved roofing, carpentry, remodeling, in-home healthcare and digital publishing. The other three items up for debate are public hearings. The first is actually old business. J.K. …
Thursday, August 16, 2012
Two proposed tattoo shops in St. Peters were approved by the St. Peters Planning and Zoning Commission during the August meeting.
St. Peters’ August meeting of the Planning and Zoning committee was heavy on the tattoo ink. Two of the items on the agenda for the Aug. 1 meeting dealt with new tattoo shops wanting to open up in St. Peters. The commission welcomed both. First up was Robert Bayer, who requested a special use permit to open up a shop located on the west side of Spencer Road, north side of Executive Centre Parkway more commonly known as 94 Spencer Road. The store will be near the Costco and the future Menards. Bayer explained that his business would be open from noon until 9 p.m. at the latest. During the review, it was mentioned that his request wouldn't allow him to pierce ears or sell earrings. The commissions thought about amending the request to …
Friday, July 13, 2012
The St. Peters Planning and Zoning concluded business its July meeting.
Home occupation permit requests at the St. Peters Planning and Zoning Commission meeting usually don't too long to process. The commission reviews the requests, asks a few questions, goes over contingencies and then votes. That was the case for six of the eight requests during Wednesday's July meeting. Quik Wit (online book sales), Mystic Hippo Media Publishers (author, book sales), Stitches by Sharon (embroidery), Tablet Elf (internet sales of tablet PCs and laptops), 2Q Solutions, LLC (marketing consulting) and KJB Construction (construction) all were approved with little resistance. The other two requests, however, took some time to iron out. Cool Pools Outdoor Living was first up on the agenda. The swimming pool service wanted …
Wednesday, July 11, 2012
The St. Peters Planning and Zoning Commission will meet at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, July 11.
The Fourth of July holiday pushed back the monthly meeting of the St. Peters Planning and Zoning by one week. Now that the holiday has come and gone, the Commission is set to hit the chambers at the St. Peters Justice Center to tackle July's agenda. Like most Planning and Zoning meetings, the agenda leans heavily toward home occupation permit requests. Nine applications were submitted to city staff for the permits. The businesses range from online book sales to construction. The nine business are: In addition to tackling the home occupation requests, the commission will have a public hearing related to a request to change zoning. Thomas M. Tierney is requesting a change of zoning from the C-2 Community Commercial District to a Commercial …
Friday, June 8, 2012
Wednesday's meeting of the St. Peters Planning and Zoning Commission saw seven home occupations also approved.
A new bar is closer to opening in Old Town St. Peters after Wednesday's Planning and Zoning Commission meeting. Kenneth Farwell applied for a special use permit to open a bar located on the south side of Main Street, west of Church Street, more commonly known as 100 Main Street. Farwell intends to open a bar, called Da Elite, which caters to emergency personnel. A fire department captain in the St. Louis area, Farwell said he wanted to open an establishment for EMTs, fire fighters and police. He hopes the bar and grill provides relaxed area for the professionals. The bar, which would join three others in the Old Town area, was met with some objections. Mike Roos, owner of neighboring Mike's Bait, Tackle & Archery , was concerned with …
Wednesday, May 2, 2012
For the third straight month the hardware store will be making an appearance at the St. Peters Planning and Zoning Commission meeting to discuss the proposed St. Peters store.
The year of Menards continues Wednesday at the St. Peters Planning and Zoning Commission's May Meeting. For the third time in five months the national hardware store will be back in the chambers at the St. Peters Justice Center. After two meetings to review the site plan for the proposed St. Peters stores, Menards will be back for meeting No. 3 as the commission meets in May. Wednesday's visit will deal with a record plat. Menards will be trying to get the Commission to approve a resubdivision of Mexico Road Syndicate Subdivision Lot 2. The record plat is just another step the hardware store can take before opening up shop at the intersection of Mexico and Spencer Roads just north of the McDonald's. Menards said during it's first trip to …
Thursday, January 5, 2012
New pharmacy gets a go-ahead from the St. Peters Commission.
A month ago the St. Peters Planning and Zoning Commission had issues with the proposed site plan for the new CVS Pharmacy at the Golden Triangle strip mall location. Worried about traffic flow—the Commission was concerned that drivers trying to make a left turn onto southbound Mid Rivers Mall Drive would be facing long odds getting on the road. With the concern, the Commission asked CVS to conduct a traffic study to see if the site plan would be better off with only right-in/right-out access. CVS agreed to do the traffic study and came back for the first Commission meeting of 2012. During its presentation, CVS said the study found no problems with the left-turn access. CVS said that the current strip mall has four entrance/exit points …
Thursday, December 8, 2011
Proposed entrance/exit a new pharmacy will need a traffic study before St. Peters Planning and Zoning Commission can approve the site plan.
The final meeting of 2011 for the St. Peters Planning and Zoning Commission was short on agenda items, but long on discussion. For nearly three hours the Commission tackled topics for the last time in 2011. The Commission resolved several issues, but one big one issue will have to be figured out in 2012. CVS Pharmacy unveiled its site plans for a proposed location at the Golden Triangle Shopping Centre location near the intersection of Mid Rivers Mall Drive and Mexico. While the Commission expressed the usual concern—more brick—another issue sprouted up led by Alderman Jerry Hollingsworth. Hollingsworth was troubled by a proposed exit at the north end of the site plan. Instead of a right in, right out, the plans called for a full use …