February 1, 2020

Mallory Herrmann

Last week’s planning commission didn’t quite last three minutes. The only item on the commission’s agenda was a vote on their consent agenda, which was approved unanimously.

The consent agenda included a final plat for Summit View Farms, a vacation of easement for a future gas station, a sign application for Scooter’s Coffee on Woods Chapel Road and the minutes for the commission’s Jan. 9 meeting.

Scooter’s Coffee has requested the sign for increased visibility; city staff had already approved three wall signs for the north, east and west sides of the building. The fourth will be on the south façade and will comply with the unified development ordinance’s size requirements.

Townsend Summit, LLC, has requested a ten-foot wide utility easement be vacated on NW Chipman Road near Donovan Road in order to prepare for the final development plan of a future gas station/convenience store.

The fourth plat of Summit View Farms, a residential development is located off SW Hook Road near Pryor Road, consists of 46 lots and one common area tract. It has been deemed “substantially consistent with the approved preliminary plat.”

Commissioners Jake Loveless, Carla Dial and Terry Trafton were absent from the Jan. 23 meeting.