Planning and Zoning Commission on May 7, 2019
6:30 PM, North Liberty City Council Chambers, 1 Quail Creek Circle
- ROLL CALL
- AGENDA APPROVAL
- SITE PLAN: Request of Penn Street Group LLC to approve a commercial site plan for Lot 10 of Liberty Centre, Part One, located on Community Drive west of Ranshaw Way/965.
- Staff Presentation
- Applicants Presentation
- Public Comments
- Questions and Comments
- Recommendation to the City Council
- APPROVAL OF PREVIOUS MINUTES
- OLD BUSINESS
- NEW BUSINESS
Chair Ronda Detlefsen called the May 7, 2019 Regular Session of the North Liberty
Planning Commission to order at 6:31 p.m. Commission members present: Ronda
Detlefsen, Jason Heisler, Becky Keogh, Kiley Pentecost and Pat Staber; absent: Jennifer
Bleil and Adam Gebhart.
Others present: Dean Wheatley, Ryan Heiar, Tracey Mulcahey, Grant Lientz, Kevin Trom,
Joel Miller and other interested parties.
Heiar introduced the new City Attorney, Grant Lientz.
Bleil arrived at 6:32 p.m.
Staber moved, Heisler seconded to approve the agenda. The vote was all ayes. Agenda
Penn Street Group LLC Site Plan
Wheatley presented the request of Penn Street Group LLC to approve a commercial site
plan for Lot 10 of Liberty Centre, Part One, located on Community Drive west of Ranshaw
Way/965. Staff recommends approval of the application with no conditions.
Ben Mitchell, MMS Consultants, was present on behalf of the applicant and offered to
No public comments were offered.
Questions and Comments
The Commission discussed the application including the need for this service in the
community, outdoor play areas, and traffic flow and impact.
Recommendation to the City Council
Pentecost moved, Staber seconded to recommend approval of the site plan application
with no conditions. The vote was: ayes – Heisler, Detlefsen, Staber, Pentecost, Keogh,
Bleil; nays – none. Motion carried.
Approval of previous Minutes
Bleil moved, Staber seconded to approve the minutes of the April 2 meeting. The vote
was all ayes. Minutes approved.
Wheatley reported that he conveyed the Commission’s concerns regarding parking at
The Preserve to Council. Council approved as presented.
Wheatley reported that next month’s agenda will have a code amendment and a rezoning
request close to Liberty High School.
At 6:43 p.m., Staber moved, Keogh seconded to adjourn. The vote was all ayes. Meeting