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Archive for Monday, October 26, 1998

PLANNING AGENDA

October 26, 1998

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* Approve a final plat for Fairview Estates No. 2, a nine-lot county residential plat covering 32 acres at the intersection of North 1062 Road and East 1500 Road. Submitted by Landplan Engineering for Norman E. Leary, Ralph E. Leary, Mitchell L. Kelly and Nancy J. Kelly, property owners of record.

  • Approve a final plat for JMC Subdivision No. 2, an eight-lot residential subdivision covering two acres along the north side of Oak Street, east of North Eighth Street. Submitted by Evans, Bierly, Hutchison & Associates for John M. Chaney, property owner of record.
  • Approve a final plat for Melrose Court, a one-lot multifamily residential subdivision covering 1.227 acres at 1605 Tenn. Submitted by Professional Engineering Consultants for Melrose Court L.C., in care of Doug Compton, property owner of record.
  • Approve a revised final development plan for Monterey PCD Offices, a planned office development to be located at the northeast corner of Sixth and Eldridge streets. The plan proposes development of six office pad sites -- one of them existing -- on approximately 3.5 acres. Submitted by Landplan Engineering for McGrew Office Building L.C., property owner of record.
  • Consider a replat for two lots in Simpson's Subdivision of North Lawrence, a four-lot residential replat that covers 35,384 square feet south of Oak Street, between North Eighth and North Ninth streets. Submitted by B.G. Consultants for John M. Chaney, property owner of record.
  • Approve a final plat for Beaver Creek Estates, a nine-lot county residential plat covering 49.57 acres along the east side of East 850 Road, 1.25 miles north of North 1850 Road. A variance has been requested to increase the maximum grade for a local road within the proposed subdivision. Submitted by The Peridian Group for J. Stewart, property owner of record.
  • Consider a request to annex 121.89 acres southeast of Sixth Street (U.S. Highway 40) and the South Lawrence Trafficway (Kansas Highway 10). Submitted by Price T. Banks, attorney for Diamondhead Limited Partnership, property owner of record.
  • Consider a request for a preliminary plat for 122 acres southeast of Sixth Street (U.S. Highway 40) and the South Lawrence Trafficway (Kansas Highway 10). Proposed is a mix of single-family, multiple-family, residence-office and planned-commercial lots. Submitted by Price T. Banks, attorney for Diamondhead Limited Partnership, property owner of record.
  • Consider a request to rezone 9.04 acres from A (Agricultural District) to RM-D (Residence-Duplex District) south of Sixth Street and east of the South Lawrence Trafficway. Submitted by Price T. Banks, attorney for Diamondhead Limited Partnership, property owner of record.
  • Consider a request to rezone 11.72 acres from A (Agricultural District) to RM-2 (Multiple-Family Residence District) south of Sixth Street and east of the South Lawrence Trafficway. Submitted by Price T. Banks, attorney for Diamondhead Limited Partnership, property owner of record.
  • Consider a request to rezone 31.48 acres from A (Agricultural District) to RS-2 (Single-Family Residence District) south of Sixth Street and east of the South Lawrence Trafficway. Submitted by Price T. Banks, attorney for Diamondhead Limited Partnership, property owner of record.
  • Consider a request to rezone 18.33 acres from A (Agricultural District) to RO-2 (Residence-Office District) south of Sixth Street and east of the South Lawrence Trafficway. Submitted by Price T. Banks, attorney for Diamondhead Limited Partnership, property owner of record.
  • Consider a request to rezone 28.71 acres from A (Agricultural District) to PCD-2 (Planned Commercial District) south of Sixth Street and east of the South Lawrence Trafficway. Submitted by Price T. Banks, attorney for Diamondhead Limited Partnership, property owner of record.
  • Review and approve the Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) for 1999.
  • Review and approve the Unified Work Program (UWP) for 1999. The UWP describes the short- and long-range transportation planning activities for the Lawrence-Douglas County Metropolitan Planning Office.
  • Consider a Conditional Use Permitted upon Review (CUP) request for construction of an electrical substation to provide power for increased demand on the west side of Lawrence. The substation would be located about a mile north of U.S. Highway 40 and just east of the South Lawrence Trafficway. Requested by Western Resources. The property owners of record are Francis R. and Frances Wempe.
  • Consider a request to rezone 13,816 square feet from RM-1 (Multiple-Family Residence) to RM-2 (Multiple-Family Residence), property known as the Naismith Apartments, 1502 W. 25th Ct. Requested by Daniel M. Welch, agent for Thurlow Development Corp., property owner of record.
  • Consider a request from the Douglas County Public Works Department for planning commissioners to review and make a recommendation regarding the declaration of a portion of North 500 Road, from East 450 Road eastward to 532 E, as a "Minimum Maintenance Road."
  • Consider a revision to the "Capital Improvement Plan 1999-2004," to include the indoor aquatic center proposed for construction west of Free State High School.

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