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File #: CPC AP 19-00069    Version: Name:
Type: Planning Case Status: Failed
File created: 6/3/2019 In control: City Council
On agenda: 8/13/2019 Final action: 8/13/2019
Title: An appeal of the City Planning Commission's decision to uphold administrative approval of a site plan for a building permit for the construction of a 10-foot tall fence on portions of the Flying W Ranch. (QUASI-JUDICIAL) Related Files: CPC AP 19-00069 Presenter: Peter Wysocki, Director of Planning and Community Development Meggan Herington, Assistant Planning Director
Indexes: Appeals
Attachments: 1. Staff_PPnt_Flying W Fence, 2. Exhibit 1_Appeal request, 3. Exhibit 2_Flying W Notification, 4. CPC Staff Report_Flying W Ranch Fence, 5. FIGURE 1_Buiding Permit Submittal, 6. FIGURE 2_Appeal Package, 7. FIGURE 3_Opposition, 8. FIGURE 4_Stormwater Email, 9. AdditionalCorrespondence_FlyingW, 10. 7.3.105.A.pdf, 11. 7.5.906 (A)(4) Administrative Appeal, 12. 7.4.102.A Fences or Walls, 13. Draft_CPC_FlyingWAppeal_min


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An appeal of the City Planning Commission's decision to uphold administrative approval of a site plan for a building permit for the construction of a 10-foot tall fence on portions of the Flying W Ranch.

(QUASI-JUDICIAL)

Related Files: CPC AP 19-00069

Presenter:
Peter Wysocki, Director of Planning and Community Development
Meggan Herington, Assistant Planning Director

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Summary:
Applicant: Flying W Ranch
Appellant: James Berdon
Owner: Flying W Ranch
Location: West of the Mountain Shadows Community. The Flying W Ranch is addressed as 3330 Chuckwagon Road.

Mr. Berdon is appealing the City Planning Commission's denial of his appeal of administrative approval of a site plan submitted as part of the building permit for construction of a 10-foot tall fence with a 10-foot non-front setback mostly adjacent to Brogans Bluff Drive, Rossmere Street and Chuckwagon Road. The appeal letter is attached to this Council memo as Exhibit 1. The Planning Commission denial of the appeal upheld staff's approval of the site plan.

At the time the appeal was filed, a formal request was made by the appellant to postpone this item to the August 13, 2019 City Council hearing. Per City Code section 7.5.906.B.3, Postponement Of Items On Appeal To The City Council:

As a matter of course, any person may postpone the first scheduled Council hearing or consideration of an appeal from a decision of the Planning Commission, an FBZ Review Board or Historic Preservation Board, made in accord with this subsection, to the next following regular Council meeting. Request for any additional postponement shall be only for good cause shown to and found by the City Council. If new or additional evidence is set forth as the grounds for a request for a postponement, the appeal may be referred to the Planning Commission, an FBZ Review Board or Historic Preservation Board for further hearing and recommendations.

With that request the hearing is now being heard at the August 13, 201...

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