Planning and Zoning Commission on October 1, 2019
6:30 PM, North Liberty City Council Chambers, 1 Quail Creek Circle
- ROLL CALL
- AGENDA APPROVAL
- SITE PLAN: Request of Jeff Mekota to approve a Revised Site Plan at Lot 11 I-380 Industrial Park Subdivision, located west of I-380 and south of W Penn Street.
- Staff Presentation
- Applicants Presentation
- Public Comments
- Questions and Comments
- Recommendation to the City Council
- APPROVAL OF PREVIOUS MINUTES
- OLD BUSINESS
- NEW BUSINESS
Chair Rebecca Keogh called the October 1, 2019 Planning Commission meeting to order at 6:30 p.m.
Commission members present: Josey Bathke, Adam Gebhart, Jason Heisler, Rebecca Keogh, Kylie
Pentecost and Patrick Staber. Absent: Ronda Detlefsen.
Others present: Dean Wheatley, Ryan Heiar, Grant Lientz, Stacey House, Kevin Trom, Joel Miller, Mike
Bails, Jeff Mekota, Brian Wayson, Carter Kurdlre, and other interested parties.
Patrick Staber moved, Josey Bathke seconded to approve the agenda. The vote was all ayes. Agenda
Diamond Dreams site plan
Wheatley presented the request of a Request of Jeff Mekota to approve a Revised Site Plan at Lot 11
I-380 Industrial Park Subdivision, located west of I-380 and south of W Penn Street and
summarized the staff report.
Jeff Mekota and Mike Bails were present on behalf of the applicant and offered additional information
on the development. Kyle Sherman, owner of Diamond Dreams, also answered several questions.
No public comments were offered.
Questions and Comments
Heisler and Keogh believe it will be a great fit for our community. There was a discussion regarding
parking and hours of operation between the Commission and applicants.
Recommendation to the City Council
Josey Bathke moved, Rebecca Keogh seconded to recommend approval of the Diamond Dreams site
plan with no conditions. The vote was all ayes. Motion approved.
Approval of previous minutes
Agenda version: 10/2/2019
Adam Gebhart moved, Jason Heisler seconded to approve the minutes of the September 3, 2019
Planning Commission meeting. The vote was all ayes. Minutes approved.
No old business was presented.
Wheatley noted that three new cases have been submitted for the November meeting.
At 6:52 p.m., Patrick Staber moved, Adam Gebhart seconded to adjourn. All ayes. Meeting adjourned.