Planning and Zoning Commission on November 6, 2018
6:30 PM in North Liberty City Council Chambers, 1 Quail Creek Circle
- ROLL CALL
- AGENDA APPROVAL
- REZONING: Request of Scott Andersen to rezone vacant property from ID (Interim Development) to C-2-A (Highway Commercial) at the northwestern intersection of Forevergreen Road and I-380.
- Staff Presentation
- Applicants Presentation
- Public Comments
- Questions and Comments
- Recommendation to the City Council
- APPROVAL OF PREVIOUS MINUTES
- OLD BUSINESS
- NEW BUSINESS
At 6:30 p.m., Chair Ronda Detlefsen called the November 6, 2018 session of the North Liberty
Planning Commission to order. Commission members present: Ronda Detlefsen, Adam Gebhart,
Jason Heisler, Becky Keogh, Kylie Pentecost and Pat Staber; absent: Jennifer Bleil.
Others present: Ryan Heiar, Tracey Mulcahey, Kevin Trom, Joel Miller, Mayor Terry Donahue, John
Marner, Carter Kurdlre and other interested parties.
Gebhart moved, Staber seconded to approve the agenda. The vote was all ayes. Agenda approved.
Scott Andersen Rezoning Application
Heiar presented the request of Scott Andersen to rezone vacant property from ID (Interim
Development) to C-2-A (Highway Commercial) at the northwestern intersection of Forevergreen
Road and I-380.
John Marner, MMS Consultants, was present on behalf of the applicant and offered additional
information regarding the application.
No public comments were offered.
Questions and Comments
The Commission discussed the application including that it is fairly straight forward.
Recommendation to the City Council
Keogh moved, Heisler seconded to recommend approval of the rezoning application to the City
Council with no conditions. The vote was: ayes – Detlefsen, Staber, Gebhart, Keogh, Pentecost,
Heisler; nays – none. Motion carried.
Approval of Previous Minutes
Gebhart moved, Keogh seconded to approve the minutes from the October 2, 2018 Planning
Commission meeting. The vote was all ayes. Minutes approved.
No old business was presented.
No new business was presented.
At 6:34 p.m., Keogh moved, Heisler seconded to adjourn. The vote was all ayes. Meeting adjourned.