Archive for Sunday, April 19, 1998

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April 19, 1998

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* Approve a final development plan and plat to allow construction of a new Steak 'N Shake Restaurant, to be located on 1.4 acres at the southwest corner of Nieder Road and 31st Street, north of SuperTarget. Requested by Clear Development L.L.C., which owns the property.

  • Approve a final development plan and plat for Stoneridge Plaza, a planned commercial development of office and commercial uses on 5 acres at the northeast corner of Clinton Parkway and Wakarusa Drive. Requested by Stephen and Susan Wilson and James and Jane Bush, of Northstar Venture Group L.L.C., contract purchasers from Bob Billings of Alvamar West, who owns the property.
  • Approve a final development plan for The Villas at Alvamar, a planned residential development of 66 single-family residential units to be located on 26.40 acres at the southeast corner of 15th Street and Bobwhite Drive. Requested by Brian S. Kubota, who will own the property.
  • Approve a preliminary plat for Myers Addition, a six-lot residential subdivision covering 2.4 acres northeast of 19th and Harper streets. Requested by Bill Myers and John Inverarity, who own the property.
  • Approve preliminary and final plats for Karyl Addition, a one-lot commercial subdivision covering 14,599 square feet at the southeast corner of North Second and North streets in North Lawrence. Requested by Darryl and Karyl Graves, who own the property.
  • Approve a preliminary plat for Commerce Bank Addition, a one-lot commercial area covering 1.402 acres at 955 Iowa. Requested by Commerce Bank, which owns the property.
  • Approve a final plat for KUEA Storage Facility Addition, a one-lot subdivision covering 9 acres 1,400 feet south of 15th Street, west of Iowa Street. Access to the site will be taken from a platted access way 300 feet east of the existing Kansas University facilities operations site. Requested by the Kansas University Endowment Association, which owns the property.
  • Approve a final plat for Foxfire Addition No. 3, a 17-lot residential area covering 8.5 acres south of 15th Street, east and west of Foxfire Drive. Requested Bob Billings, managing partner for Mabet No. 2, and Michael C. McGrew, member of Wakarusa Land Limited Co., which own the property.
  • Consider approving the preliminary Capital Improvements Plan for 1999-2004.
  • Consider a request for a preliminary development plan for Prairie View, a planned residential development proposed for 10 acres on the east side of O'Connell Road, south of what would be the east extension of East 26th Terrace. The plan proposes 24 one- and two-story duplexes. Requested by Jack and Mary Arensberg, who own the property.
  • Consider a request for a preliminary development plan for Franklin Planned Industrial Development, a phased industrial area south of the LRM Industries asphalt plant and east of the new Douglas County Jail. The plan calls for nine building sites on 52.2 acres. Requested by P.D.O. Investors, which owns the property.
  • Consider a request for amending a permit to expand the use of Project Acceptance, 407 Maine. The revised permit would allow the home to handle eight people, which would be two more than the six currently allowed. Requested by Sharilyn Wells for Project Acceptance. Charles Crawford owns the property.
  • Consider a request for a conditional use permit to add a practice and training area at the existing Eudora Riverview Golf Complex, 2102 N. 1500 Rd. in Eudora. Requested by Jim Bigger, president of Eudora Riverview Golf Inc.
  • Consider a request to rezone 2.33 acres from RS-1 (single-family residence) to C-5 (limited commercial). The property is east of North Third Street, about 1/4 mile north of the Kansas Turnpike. Requested by Jeffrey S. Goldman, with permission of Roger D. Johnson, who owns the property.
  • Consider a request to amend the city's code to allow auto parts stores and "motorcycle and motocross parts sales" in certain commercial zoning classifications. Requested by the Lawrence City Commission. Another code amendment, this one requested by planning commissioners: remove the 15 percent maximum office use limitation within Use Group 18.
  • Consider a request to amend Horizon 2020, the long-range comprehensive land-use plan for Lawrence and unincorporated areas of Douglas County, to reflect changes related to rural development issues and boundaries for the plan's Urban Growth Area. Requested by the Douglas County Commission. Also up for consideration: A reformatted version of Horizon 2020, initiated by city commissioners in January.
  • Commissioners plan to discuss review provisions related to ``Uses Permitted Upon Review,'' as outlined in the city code.

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