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									      THESE MINUTES WILL BE PRESENTED FOR APPROVAL AT THE NEXT
        REGULARLY SCHEDULED MEETING OF THE P & Z COMMISSION


               SHOW LOW PLANNING & ZONING COMMISSION
       MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF TUESDAY, APRIL 22, 2008

1.    Call to Order. Chairman Skillin called the meeting to order at 7:00 PM
2.    Roll Call.
COMMISSIONERS PRESENT: Chairman Skillin; Vice-Chairman Latham;
Commissioner Leech; Commissioner Allsop; Commissioner Isaacs; Commissioner
Johnson; and Commissioner Sipes.
COMMISSIONERS ABSENT: None.
STAFF PRESENT: Justen Tregaskes, Planning and Zoning Director; Telford
Chapman, Senior Planner; Katie Blakeslee, Community Development Specialist; Diana
Hough, Administrative Asst.; and Kenny Patterson, Public Works Director.
GUESTS PRESENT: Vice-Chairman Kearl, Bob Saner, Craig Trout, Ernie Sutter, and
others.
3.    Invocation. Vice-Chairman Latham gave the invocation.
4.    Pledge of Allegiance.         Commissioner Sipes led the assembly in the
      pledge.
5.    Public Hearings.
6.    Old Business.
7.    New Business.
A.    Consideration of a preliminary plat, submitted by Barry Ebert of Show Low
      Bluff Development Corporation for Show Low Bluff, Phase Two, a 568 lot
      development located along north Penrod Road, more particularly known as
      portions of A.P.Nos 210-28-10, 210-28-14 through 24, 210-28-30, and 210-28-
      31.

Mr. Chapman presented the staff summary report, including the Findings of Fact and
the following Staff Recommendations: All development shall comply with all applicable
federal, state and local requirements including the Show Low Bluff Development
Agreement, the Show Low Bluff Community Facilities District, the Show Low Bluff
Technical Master Plan, the City of Show Low Ordinance No. 2004-02, and the Planned
Unit Development Plan for Show Low Bluff. Both staff and a representative of the
applicant are available to answer questions.

Chairman Skillin opened the floor for questions for staff or the applicant. As there were
no questions, the chair entertained a motion.

COMMISSIONER JOHNSON MOVED TO APPROVE THE PRELIMINARY
DEVELOPMENT PLAN FOR SHOW LOW BLUFF, PHASE TWO, SUBJECT TO THE
CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL SPECIFIED BY STAFF, AND FORWARD THIS

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RECOMMENTATION TO THE CITY COUNCIL ; SECONDED BY VICE-CHAIRMAN
LATHAM. PASSED UNANIMOUSLY.

B.    Consideration of a preliminary development plan, submitted by Torreon Golf
      Club, LLC, for Torreon Centre Office Condominiums, two one-story building
      comprised of a five-unit and a three-unit office building, located at 3350 W.
      Sugar Pine Way, more particularly known as A.P.N. 309-81-081.

Mr. Chapman presented the staff summary report, including the Findings of Fact and
the following Staff Recommendations: 1. All development shall comply with all
applicable federal, state and local requirements, including all applicable building codes.
2. This development shall comply with the RCD (Recreation Community District)
building design requirements and landscape standards.

Mr. Chapman noted that all infrastructure is in place. There will be no additional
building. Chairman Skillin asked the commission for questions of staff or the applicant.
The applicant was asked to come to the podium to answer a question.
Mr. Jason Segneri of Survey Innovation Group was asked by Commissioner Sipes if
there were any plans to renovate the facades after this transition. He responded that
Chris Hill of Summit Development Corporation and Torreon Golf Club, L.L.C, could
answer that question better. Mr. Hill responded that he felt any changes were more apt
to be interior rather than exterior, depending on the buyer. Commissioner Isaacs asked
the age of the buildings. Mr. Hill responded that the buildings were approximately one
year old. There being no further questions, the chairman called for a motion.

COMMISSIONER   SIPES  MOVED   TO   APPROVE  THE   PRELIMINARY
DEVELOPMENT PLAN FOR TORREON CENTRE OFFICE CONDOMINIUMS,
SUBJECT TO THE CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL SPECIFIED BY STAFF, AND
FORWARD THIS RECOMMENDATION TO THE CITY COUNCIL; SECONDED BY
COMMISSIONER JOHNSON. PASSED UNANIMOUSLY.

C.    Consideration of a request for extension of Conditional Use Permit #602-04-
      94, submitted by Ernest Sutter, regarding bulk fuel storage at property
      located at 3151 E. Deuce of Clubs, more particularly known as A.P.N. 210-01-
      040.

Mr. Tregaskes presented the staff summary report to the commission, including staff
recommendation to approve the extension with timelines listed in the applicant’s
request. Both staff and the applicant were available to answer questions.

Commissioner Sipes asked Mr. Tregaskes if there were any legal ramifications on
granting repeated extensions. Mr. Tregaskes noted that city code referenced that
extensions could be granted for the completion of improvements. There was no
limitation on the number of extensions.

COMMISSIONER SIPES MOVED TO APPROVE THE EXTENSION OF CUP 602-04-
94, WITH COMPLETION OF THE PROJECT WITHIN TWELVE MONTHS FROM THE
EFFECTIVE DATE OF THIS EXTENSION AND ALL OTHER CONDITIONS OF
APPROVAL REMAINING IN EFFECT; SECONDED BY COMMISSIONER ISAACS.
PASSED UNANIMOUSLY.


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Chairman Skillin extended condolences to applicant regarding the passing of
father.

8.    Call to Public. There was no response from the public. Therefore, the
      chair dispensed with reading the call.
9.    Approval of Minutes.
A.    Regular Meeting of March 25, 2008.

The minutes were approved by unanimous consent.

10.   Summary of Current Events.
A.    Commission Members

Commissioner Allsop wished Vice-Chairman Latham a belated happy birthday. He
thanked the police department for picking up multiple ’going out of business’ signs that
had been improperly posted throughout the city this past week. He noted that Old
Linden Road has a lot of construction going on and asked if there was a way to grade
the road at the end of the work week to improve its condition for weekend traffic. He
also asked that the A-frame signs issue be put back on the agenda.
Commissioner Johnson wished Commissioner Sipes a safe and happy journey.
Commissioner Sipes thanked the council and staff for the opportunity to serve the city.
He felt the past eight years on the commission have been a rewarding and educational
experience. He explained that he has extended travel plans for the next 3 1/2 months
and did not want to leave his fellow commissioners with an empty seat for that length of
time. He appreciated that this commission is really dedicated and has the best
interests of the community at heart and thanked everyone for the opportunity to serve.
Vice-Chairman Latham expressed his gratitude to Commissioner Sipes, noting that Mr.
Sipes held the chairman position for many years. He was a mentor to him. The vice-
chairman also noted that the county would be mailing out general election ballots this
week and encouraged people to vote.
Chairman Skillin wished Commissioner Sipes a safe journey, expressed his thanks for
services rendered to the city and wished him good luck.

B.    Planning and Zoning Director

Mr. Tregaskes noted that there would be no joint council/commission meeting next
week. Joint meetings are usually held on fifth Tuesdays, but due to budget meeting
schedules and training, that meeting would not be held. He noted that the city is
currently accepting applications for planning and zoning commission vacancies and
encouraged citizens interested in serving to please apply. Mr. Tregaskes extended
congratulations to Mr. Chapman on the birth of his new son this week. He informed
Commissioner Allsop and the commission that staff is currently working on revisions to
the sign code. He anticipated this issue would be presented in a study session in the
near future.
Mr. Tregaskes noted that Commissioner Sipes has served on the commission for
almost eight years, which is the second longest time of service in commission history.

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In addition to serving on the commission, he has served on the General Plan Advisory
Committee and several other committees over the years. Mr. Tregaskes extended his
appreciation for his contributions to the City of Show Low and the experience he
brought to those projects. A gift of appreciation from staff was presented to
Commissioner Sipes. Mr. Tregaskes wished him good travels.

11.   Adjournment. Chairman Skillin adjourned the meeting at 7:26 PM.


ATTEST:                                        APPROVED:



_______________________________                ___________________________________
Justen Tregaskes                               Keith Skillin, Chairman
Planning and Zoning Director




_______________________________                ________________________________
Diana Hough                                     Date
Administrative Assistant




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