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1 The Council was split on several issues and conducted a straw poll on each issue to try to 2 determine consensus stood. Mayor Pro Tem Mullin suggested someone make a motion or that 3 the Council table the request until the next meeting when it would have a full Council. 4 Mr. Tyacke made a motion, seconded by Mrs. Anderson, to direct staff to revise the 5 resolution and direct the applicant to revise the preliminary plat, final plat, and associated 6 building plans based upon the following items: that the City Council would adopt the conditions 7 included in the Planning Commission's recommendations, inclusive of new Condition O., with 8 the expectation that the setbacks should be established by the location of the former residence 9 instead of the Planning Commission condition that they be moved back four to six feet; the Burr 10 Oak should be preserved; the height and style of the home should appear as a one-story structure 11 with a walk out level; the City Engineer should review and approve the grading plan to ensure 12 that there were no adverse impacts for water runoff to other properties. The motion failed 1/3. 13 (Anderson, McCarthy, Mullin) 14 Mrs. Anderson made a motion, seconded by Mrs. McCarthy, to direct staff to revise the 15 resolution and direct the applicant to revise the preliminary plat, final plat, and associated 16 building plans based upon the following items: that the City Council would adopt the conditions 17 included in the Planning Commission's recommendations inclusive of new Condition O.; the style 18 requirements of the home be the same as the Locust Hills Planned Unit Development; the 19 maximum height be set at the Planning Commission's recommendation of 28 feet; the Burr Oak 20 should be preserved with the City Arborist working closely; the front setback should be in line 21 with the surrounding homes; the City Engineer should review and approve the grading plan to 22 ensure that there were no adverse impacts for water runoff to other properties. The motion failed 23 2/2. (Mullin, Tyacke abstained) 24 Mr. Mullin made a motion, seconded by Mrs. Anderson, to table consideration of 25 Resolution No. 13-2015 Subdivision at 637 Harmony Circle until the March 17, 2015 Council 26 meeting. 27 Mrs. McCarthy encouraged Mr. Gullickson to consider incorporating some of the 28 suggestions made by the Council. 29 The motion carried 4/0. 30 Mrs. Anderson thanked the neighbors for coming forward and encouraged others to do so. Consider Resolution No. 13-2015 Subdivision at 637 Harmony Circle 42 Mr. Gadow presented a request from Fritz Gullickon for concurrent preliminary and final plat 43 subdivision approval to divide a 37,565 square feet parcel into two new lots at 637 Harmony 44 Circle. Mr. Gadow noted that the Planning Commission requested to add a new condition to 45 Section 4.1 of Resolution No. 13-2015 stating, "O. Applicant must consider new information 46 available regarding the abandonment of the existing sewer line and take the steps necessary to 47 preserve the existing Burr Oak Tree on Lot 1 in consultation with the City Forester and the City 48 Tree Consultant." Mr. Gadow presented an aerial photo, existing conditions survey, preliminary 49 plat, R-3 Standards, lot analysis, proposed residences, alternative house designs, and action steps 50 for the Council. He explained that two-story homes had originally been presented to the Planning CC_03172015 Page 3 of 169 Draft – CC030315-3 1 Commission, but that the Planning Commission had requested a revised 1½-story design to match 2 the character of the neighborhood. 3 The Council inquired about the addition of Condition O. to Section 4.1. Mr. Gadow 4 explained that after the Planning Commission meeting in February, the Planning Commission 5 asked the City engineer to determine if the sewer line could not be removed to save the Burr Oak 6 tree and asked the City's tree consultant to suggest measures to protect the tree. The sewer lines 7 could be abandoned and the tree consultant suggested moving the tree preservation fencing to the 8 edge of branches, to conduct radial trenching, to not prune the tree, and to keep construction out 9 of the area by utilizing bio logs and orange construction fencing. 10 Fritz Gullickson, 3443 Crystal Place, presented revised two-story plans that reduced the 11 overall height down to the 28 feet and explained that he would prefer to build two-story homes 12 because they sell. Mr. Gullickson stated that he had been asked to fill the old sewer lines and he 13 had spoken to building inspectors who had never heard of this process. 14 Mr. Dudinsky responded that it was a normal practice to fill sewer lines with concrete 15 slurry or sand. Mr. Gullickson stated that he would still prefer to remove the tree and presented 16 another single home option that could be used instead of the subdivision request. 17 Jeanne Osterby, 636 Harmony Circle, expressed shock that the developer was requesting 18 to go back to the two-story design and encouraged the Council to follow the Comprehensive Plan 19 and set precedence by protecting the character of the neighborhood. She noted that her daughter's 20 suggestion was to place a rambler home next to the Burr Oak to allow more room for it. 21 Mary Lou Persian, 648 Harmony Circle, shared that she had lived in the same home for 22 48 years and people like her husband, who was a volunteer firefighter, needed affordable and 23 comfortable housing. 24 Mary Olson, 623 Harmony Circle, stated she has lived on Harmony Circle for 46 years 25 and shared that the neighbors wanted to preserve the look of the neighborhood. Ms. Olson 26 expressed her gratitude for the work the Planning Commission had done and her surprise that the 27 request was back to two stories. 28 Merrily Babcock, 337 Reno Street, addressed the Council concerning the 150-year-old 29 Burr Oak tree. She discussed the many benefits of a single mature tree. 30 Gordy and Nancy Engel, 645 Harmony Circle, thanked Mr. Gullickson for working with 31 the neighbors and shared that their main concern was privacy. They preferred for the Burr Oak to 32 be removed if it meant more privacy between the homes. 33 The Council discussed the different options and home designs, and each shared their 34 opinion. 35 The Council discussed sending the request back to the Planning Commission because the 36 request had changed and inquired about time constraints. Mr. Gadow answered that the Council 37 had until April 7, 2015, to make a decision. 38 The Council considered reviewing the preliminary plat only, instead of reviewing the 39 preliminary and final plat concurrently. Mr. Gadow explained that the preliminary plat presented 40 reflected the first and third building plans and that according to the Subdivision Ordinance, the 41 Council could impose such restriction as it deemed appropriate or require such revisions or 42 modifications in the preliminary or final plat. Mr. Schelzel further clarified that two sets of plans 43 had been submitted to the Planning Commission. The Planning Commission had found that the 44 first set of plans did not meet the criteria of the subdivision Ordinance and that the second set did 45 meet the criteria. 46 The Council discussed its views and opinions on height, style, setback, and preservation 47 of the Burr Oak. The Council also discussed adding extra conditions such as requiring the 48 grading plans to be reviewed and approved by the City Engineer and for the City Arborist to 49 check on the tree during construction. The Council was split on several issues and conducted a straw poll on each issue to try to 2 determine consensus stood. Mayor Pro Tem Mullin suggested someone make a motion or that 3 the Council table the request until the next meeting when it would have a full Council. 4 Mr. Tyacke made a motion, seconded by Mrs. Anderson, to direct staff to revise the 5 resolution and direct the applicant to revise the preliminary plat, final plat, and associated 6 building plans based upon the following items: that the City Council would adopt the conditions 7 included in the Planning Commission's recommendations, inclusive of new Condition O., with 8 the expectation that the setbacks should be established by the location of the former residence 9 instead of the Planning Commission condition that they be moved back four to six feet; the Burr 10 Oak should be preserved; the height and style of the home should appear as a one-story structure 11 with a walk out level; the City Engineer should review and approve the grading plan to ensure 12 that there were no adverse impacts for water runoff to other properties. The motion failed 1/3. 13 (Anderson, McCarthy, Mullin) 14 Mrs. Anderson made a motion, seconded by Mrs. McCarthy, to direct staff to revise the 15 resolution and direct the applicant to revise the preliminary plat, final plat, and associated 16 building plans based upon the following items: that the City Council would adopt the conditions 17 included in the Planning Commission's recommendations inclusive of new Condition O.; the style 18 requirements of the home be the same as the Locust Hills Planned Unit Development; the 19 maximum height be set at the Planning Commission's recommendation of 28 feet; the Burr Oak 20 should be preserved with the City Arborist working closely; the front setback should be in line 21 with the surrounding homes; the City Engineer should review and approve the grading plan to 22 ensure that there were no adverse impacts for water runoff to other properties. The motion failed 23 2/2. (Mullin, Tyacke abstained) 24 Mr. Mullin made a motion, seconded by Mrs. Anderson, to table consideration of 25 Resolution No. 13-2015 Subdivision at 637 Harmony Circle until the March 17, 2015 Council 26 meeting. 27 Mrs. McCarthy encouraged Mr. Gullickson to consider incorporating some of the 28 suggestions made by the Council. 29 The motion carried 4/0. 30 Mrs. Anderson thanked the neighbors for coming forward and encouraged others to do so.


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