05.03.2023 Planning Commission

COUNTY OF SEVIER
CITY OF RICHFIELD

At the Planning Commission
In and For Said City 
                        May 3, 2023

Minutes of the Richfield City Planning Commission meeting held on Wednesday, May 3, 2023, at 6:00 p.m., Chairman Kendrick Thomas, presiding.

  1. Roll Call
  2. General Plan Discussion
    A. Discuss requirements for fences required in Sections 1650.5 and 1620.6 of the Zoning Code.
  3. Public Hearing (6:15 p.m.)
    A. Subdivision (4-plex Townhouse): Receive comments concerning the subdivision
    of the property located at 642 South 100 West. The purpose of the subdivision
    is to divide the apartment building into townhouses. (RM-11 zone –
    Donavan Allen)
    B. Subdivision (Lot Split): Receive comments concerning the subdivision (lot split)
    of property located at 442 East Center Street. (RM-11 zone – Brad Garfield)
    C. Rezone: Receive comments concerning a request to rezone the property
    located at 1180 South Cove View Road. It is proposed to change the property
    from the RM-11 zone to the RM-24 zone. (Brad Garfield)
    D. Subdivision (Lot Split): Receive comments concerning the subdivision (lot split)
    of property located at 1180 South Cove View Road. (RM zone – Brad Garfield.)
    E. Subdivision: Receive comments concerning the subdivision of property located
    at 1100 North 300 West. (R1-8 zone – Jake Black)
  4. Action on Public Hearings
    A. Subdivision (4-plex Townhouse): Consider recommending approval of a
    proposal to subdivide the property located at 642 South 100 West. The
    purpose of the subdivision is to divide the apartment building into townhouses.
    (RM-11 zone – Donavan Allen)
    B. Subdivision (Lot Split): Consider recommending approval of a proposal to
    subdivide (lot split) the property located at 442 East Center Street. (RM-11
    zone – Brad Garfield)
    C. Rezone: Consider recommending approval of a request to rezone the property
    located at 1180 South Cove View Road. It is proposed to change the property
    from the RM-11 zone to the RM-24 zone. (Brad Garfield) D. Subdivision (Lot Split): Consider recommending approval of the subdivision (lot
    split) of property located at 1180 South Cove View Road.
    (RM zone – Brad Garfield)
    E. Subdivision: Consider recommending approval of a proposal to subdivide the
    property located at 1100 North 300 West. (R1-8 zone – Jake Black)
  5. Conditional Use Permits/Home Occupation Permits
    A. Caden Christensen. Review Conditional Use Permit approved last month
    allowing an equipment rental business to be located at his home at 482 West
    2200 South (R1-10 zone, C-1 use).
    B. Andrew and Carrie Satterlee to request approval of a Conditional Use Permit
    allowing a short-term rental to be located at 190 East 300 South (CS zone – C1
    use).
    C. Patricia K. Jensen to request approval of a Home Occupation Permit allowing
    her to conduct a business called The Dog Paw Spa to be located at 617 West
    Ogden Drive (R1-10 zone – C-1use).
    D. Tenille Teeples to request approval of a Home Occupation Permit allowing her
    to conduct a business called iBrow Precision to be located at 463 East 950
    North (R1-10 zone – C-1 use).
    E. Shontawn and Jennifer Kester to request approval of a Home Occupation
    Permit allowing them to conduct a business called Nomad & Gypsy Coffee
    Roasters to be located at 370 West 400 South (R1-10 zone – C-1 use).
  6. Minutes Approval
    A. Consider approving minutes of March 2, 2023, and April 5, 2023.
  7. Other Business.
    A. Appoint Chairman and Vice Chairman to act for the remainder of 2023.
  8. Adjournment.
  9. Roll Call. Roll call was answered by Kendrick Thomas, Blaine Breinholt, Josh Peterson, Lisa White, Wes Kirschner, Zach Leavitt, and Susan Jensen were present.

City Staff Present: Deputy City Recorder Michelle Curtis.

Others present: Stacy Lunsford, Sherene Demings, Patricia Jensen, Shon Kester, Jennifer Kester, Kevin Johnson, Ryan Savage Brad Garfield, Jennafer Jacobson, Chase Christensen, Adam Albrecht Jake Black, Andy Satterleee, Carrie Satterlee, Tenille Teeples.

  1. General Plan Discussion
    A. Discuss requirements for fences required in Sections 1620.5 and 1620.6 of the Zoning Code.

The City Council has asked that the Planning Commission review the requirement for fences. The Zoning Code states a block fence is required in situations where a commercial property has a common lot line with a residential purpose, or when a development of four or more dwelling units has a common lot line with property used for less-dense residential purposes. Section 1620.6 allows the Planning Commission to relax the requirement for a block fence if the proposed fence creates an adequate buffer for the adjoining residential zone, does not detract from residential uses, and shields the residential use from noise, storage, traffic or other characteristics of commercial or professional office uses.

An applicant was at Planning Commission last month and the Planning Commission did not relax the requirement. The applicant appealed to the City Council and the Council approved a composite material fence because the Council felt like a composite material fence looks nice and can accomplish the same purpose as a masonry fence and is a lower cost to the owner.

Blaine Breinholt wondered exactly what is a composite fence? Lisa White asked is the purpose just for visual or sound buffering? Michelle Curtis offered her opinion that part of it would be to keep children and pets out of a commercial area. She said having lived in a few homes with block fences, kids and cats like to walk along the top of the block fence and so it doesn’t keep them out of the adjoining property. Zach Leavitt feels like it should shield from both visual and sound buffering.

Lisa White said the fence should be something that can’t be scaled. It should be sight-obscuring and buffer from noise.

The Commission would likes the language in 1620.6.3. They would like to take out the word “masonry” from sections 5.1.1. and 5.1.2 and replace it with “a non-scalable, complete sight-obscuring fence that will shield from noise.”

Section 5.1.1 needs the word “manufacturing” added for consistently.

Blaine Breinholt thinks a fence should be more substantial than vinyl or wood. It needs to be something that lasts.

Josh Peterson suggests that the ordinances for other cities should be looked at. Wood or vinyl is fine between a business office and a residential use, but between a heavier commercial use or high density apartments, it isn’t substantial enough.

Zach Leavitt and Blaine Breinholt will look at other cities’ Code and make a recommendation to the Commission.

  1. Public Hearing: (6:15 p.m.)
    Chairman Thomas advised the public that the first five items on the agenda are public hearings. This gives the public an opportunity to make any comments about the proposed actions that are listed.

A. 6:20 Subdivision (4-plex Townhouse): A public hearing was opened to receive comments concerning the subdivision of property located at 642 South 100 West. The purpose of the subdivision is to divide the apartment building into townhouses. (RM-11 zone – Donavan Allen)

Michelle Curtis explained that the site plan for apartments has already been approved and is under construction. The owner has decided to change this to townhouses and so this is merely a formality in approving a plat that can be recorded. It doesn’t change anything physically.

Kevin Johnson: He is the owner of a home next to this property. There have been quite a few changes to this property in a short period of time and he is concerned about the way things are going down on that property and the way it was surveyed. The elevation of the property has been raised 2-1/2 feet. He doesn’t like changing this again in such a short amount of time. He wants to know why. He’s worried that it will be built without complying to existing City standards.

Stacy Lunsford: This is a neighbor to the property. These changes create a drastic problem to their home which they rent. She feels that Mr. Allen has not been made to be accountable for previous changes that are already in place. Now for him to make these changes will get him out of these commitments that have already been made. He needs to be accountable to the prior commitments in order to make this change.

There being no further comments, the public hearing closed at 6:23 p.m.

B.  6:23 p.m.  Subdivision (Lot Split):   A public hearing was opened to receive comments concerning the subdivision (lot split) of property located at 442 East Center Street.  (RM-11 zone – Brad Garfield) 

Michelle Curtis explained that Mr. Garfield has purchased this home on Center Street. It is a deep lot and he would like to split the property. The plat he has provided complies with City set-backs and sizes. As required, they have included a 20-foot right-of-way to the west of the home to get back to the second lot.

There being no public comments, the public hearing closed at 6:24 p.m.

C.  6:24 p.m.  Rezone:  A public hearing was opened to receive comments concerning a request to rezone the property located at 1180 South Cove View Road.  It is proposed to change the property from the RM-11 zone to the RM-24 zone.  (Brad Garfield)

Michelle Curtis explained that this is an old motel property that is being converted into long-term rentals. They have been working with the building department to comply with building code. Mr. Garfield requested the RM-24 zone a few years back. The property was rezoned to RM-11 because that is the density he needed to accommodate the existing building. He was told when he decided to develop the balance of the property, he could come back and ask for the RM-24 zone at that time. The back portion of the property does not benefit the existing portion and will not be able to be developed for anything if it isn’t rezoned. There are 28 units.

Brad Garfield: Mr. Garfield said he doesn’t care if the back of the property remains RM-11 but he needs the front to be zoned RM-24 in order to meet the proper density.

There being no other comments, the public hearing closed at 6:27 p.m.

D.  6:27 p.m.  Subdivision (Lot Split):  A public hearing was opened to receive comments concerning the subdivision (lot split) of property located at 1180 South Cove View Road.  (RM zone – Brad Garfield.)  

Michelle Curtis explained this is the property addressed in the above item. If the property can be rezoned, then Mr. Garfield would like to divide the property. The back portion does not really benefit the rental units, and will likely not be developed in any way if it can’t be split off.

There being no public comments, the public hearing closed at 6:28 p.m.

E.  Subdivision:  A public hearing was opened to receive comments concerning the subdivision of property located at 1100 North 300 West.  (R1-8 zone – Jake Black)

Michelle Curtis explained that this is a 30-lot subdivision located in the northwest part of the City. In past months, the property was zoned to R1-8.

There being no public comments, the public hearing closed at 6:29 p.m.

  1. Action on Public Hearing:
    A. Subdivision (4-plex Townhouse): Consider recommending approval of a proposal to subdivide the property located at 642 South 100 West. The purpose of the subdivision is to divide the apartment building into townhouses. (RM-11 zone – Donavan Allen)

Mr. Allen was not present.

Michelle Curtis explained that the City Council entered a Development Agreement with Mr. Allen when the project was approved for apartments. The Agreement will continue to be binding upon the property. Part of that Agreement is that Mr. Allen will install sidewalk, but the curb, gutter, and asphalt could be delayed for 5 years or until the property on either side develops, whichever happens first.

Zach Leavitt stated if the units are sold separately, then who would be bound to do the improvements? The original developer or the owners of the individual units. Josh Peterson said if they are changing the nature of the project, then they should have to install the improvements now.

Kevin Johnson said it feels like the City has made all kinds of concessions for this development. As neighbors, they are concerned about drainage issues. He thinks the City has done multiple step downs. They have built up the property 2-1/2 feet.

Michelle Curtis said the City held a hard line on requiring the developer to meet the City’s drainage requirements. It was reviewed and approved by the City Engineer.

Josh Peterson said it could be an interesting situation as to who would be required to put in the improvements if portions are sold off. If it is separated into four separate properties, who knows who has to do what?

The Commission seems to agree that if the project is subdivided (townhouses), then the waiver of improvements should be rescinded.

Zach Leavitt motioned to table this matter for now and it will be discussed further if Mr. Allen comes later. Josh Peterson seconded the motion. Those voting aye: Kendrick Thomas, Blaine Breinholt, Lisa White, Susan Jensen, Wes Kirschner, Josh Peterson, and Zach Leavitt. Those voting nay: None. The motion carried unanimously.

Mr. Allen arrived at 7:35. Josh Peterson motioned to untable the matter. Zach Leavitt seconded the motion. Those voting aye: Kendrick Thomas, Blaine Breinholt, Lisa White, Susan Jensen, Wes Kirschner, Josh Peterson, and Zach Leavitt. Those voting nay: None. The motion carried unanimously.

Lisa White explained that based on the earlier discussion, the Commission is recommending that street improvements are not waived because the project has changed. Mr. Allen said he wasn’t even going to ask for that because he didn’t think the request would be granted. He knows that they would have to have CC&Rs but he realizes installing street improvements at a later time could be difficult with four property owners.

Mr. Allen asked if the City requires an HOA or CC&Rs. He really doesn’t want to have an HOA and have to assess homeowners’ fees. He would address it in CC&Rs that they all own 25% of the property and they are all responsible.

Mr. Allen asked about water meters. If they have a master meter, then he will have to do an HOA. If there are four separate water meters, then he would want to do CC&Rs. He wondered if the City has a requirement for separate meters

Chairman Thomas said when he did a townhouse development, he was advised to consult an attorney. He said theirs was simple because each unit had its own yard space and driveway, but the CC&Rs say if the roof has to be replaced, the owners are equally responsible. Chairman Thomas suggests they check with an attorney to see if it is preferable to do an HOA or have CC&Rs.

Zach Leavitt motioned to recommend approval of the townhouse project to be located at 642 South 100 West contingent on complying with water meter requirements, if applicable, and the Development Agreement being implemented with the requirement for improvements to be put in at this time. Lisa White seconded the motion. Those voting aye: Kendrick Thomas, Blaine Breinholt, Lisa White, Susan Jensen, Wes Kirschner, Josh Peterson, and Zach Leavitt. Those voting nay: None. The motion carried unanimously.

Mr. Allen was told to check with Michele Jolley to see if there is a requirement for a separate water meter for each unit. It was also suggested that Michelle Curtis check with the City attorney to see if there is a preference with the City for HOA vs. CC&Rs.

B.  Subdivision (Lot Split):  Consider recommending approval of a proposal to subdivide (lot split) the property located at 442 East Center Street.  (RM-11 zone – Brad Garfield) 

Ryan Savage and Brad Garfield were present. The property is a very deep lot. This creates a flagpole lot. The back lot is shown as being 108.55’ x 107.25 plus the “stem” which is 20×105.95 for a total of 13,760 square feet. The plat does show a building sitting on the proposed property line between the two properties. Mr. Garfield said that is a granary and it will be moved.

Chairman Thomas said the DRC looked at this and was of the opinion that street improvements should not be required at this time. The property has an extra-wide park strip, and there is a curb and gutter where the spring ditch flows. There is also the possibility that improvements on Center Street will be funded with Joint Highways money in the not too distant future.

The property is in the RM-11 zone. The front of the property has an existing single-family home. Mr. Garfield thinks he could possibly put a three plex or four-plex on the back portion. At the present time, he is only interested in splitting the property and getting a tax i.d. number.

Lisa White advised Mr. Garfield that the back portion will only be large enough for a duplex.

Zach Leavitt motioned to recommend that the City Council approve a lot split of the property located at 442 East Center Street. Lisa White seconded the motion.
Those voting aye: Kendrick Thomas, Blaine Breinholt, Lisa White, Susan Jensen, Wes Kirschner, Josh Peterson, and Zach Leavitt. Those voting nay: None. The motion carried unanimously.

C.  Rezone:  Consider recommending approval of a request to rezone the property located at 1180 South Cove View Road.  It is proposed to change the property from the RM-11 zone to the RM-24 zone.  (Brad Garfield)

Brad Garfield and Ryan Savage were present. This property is the old Topsfield Lodge/One Way Lodge. For the past eight months, he has been working on the old motel property to convert it to the long-term rentals. He is working to bring it into compliance with building codes. He would like to sell the back portion of the property because it is not useful for anything in connection with the main building and will otherwise become weed patch.

If the back portion of the property is split off, the building will not meet density requirements in its present zone of RM-11. Therefore, he is requesting a rezone to RM-24. He had originally asked for the RM-24 zone when he first started the project. At that time he was told it fit in the RM-11 zone and if he did anything else with the property he could come back and request the RM-24 zone.

Josh Peterson expressed his opinion that this was discussed in 2021 and he believes it should be rezoned to RM-24. There was discussion about rezoning the existing building to RM-24 with the new lot being zoned RM-11. However, it was decided to zone the entire property RM-24 because it is a triangular shape which will limit the development and it is unlikely they will be able to get 24 units onto the 1.1 acre.

Zach Leavitt expressed his opinion that since this was the direction Mr. Garfield was given in 2021, then the change should be allowed in good faith.

Josh Peterson motioned to recommend approval of a request to rezone the property located at 1180 South Cove View Road to RM-24. Blaine Breinholt seconded the motion. Those voting aye: Kendrick Thomas, Blaine Breinholt, Lisa White, Susan Jensen, Wes Kirschner, Josh Peterson, and Zach Leavitt. Those voting nay: None. The motion carried unanimously.

D.  Subdivision (Lot Split):  Consider recommending approval of a subdivision (lot split) of property located at 1180 South Cove View Road.  (RM zone – Brad Garfield)  

Blaine Breinholt motioned to recommend approval of a subdivision (lot split) of the property located at 1180 South Cove View Road. Josh Peterson seconded the motion. Those voting aye: Kendrick Thomas, Blaine Breinholt, Lisa White, Susan Jensen, Wes Kirschner, Josh Peterson, and Zach Leavitt. Those voting nay: None. The motion carried unanimously.

E.  Subdivision:  Consider recommending approval of a proposal to subdivide the property located at 1100 North 300 West.  (R1-8 zone – Jake Black)

Jake Black and Adam Albrecht were present. Mr. Albrecht said this is the same layout that was shown at the meeting where the property was rezoned. The plan is drawn with 30 lots. They have received and reviewed the DRC comments and agree with those. They do have a few questions. The DRC comments are and replies are as follows:

    1.  Streets.  Streets are shown at 60’ wide.   

Provide typical roadway sections to meet Richfield city standards.

Lot 15 is a flag lot at the northernmost part of the subdivision.  It is accessed by a 
20-foot drive.  The drive needs to be finished with a hard surface at a minimum width 
of 12 feet. 

Comment:  They feel like completing the drive should be the responsibility of 
the lot owner.  Mr. Black feels like the lot owner should be able to decide how 
they want it finished, i.e., stamped concrete.  Josh Peterson recommends that it 
should be a compacted base so that the properties to the north and south know 
where the line is so they don’t have an accidental encroachment.  

    2.   Sewer and Water.  Sewer is shown as tying on at 300 west.   The plan 
shows an 8” water line.  

Anything built on the flag lot will require fire sprinklers.  Consider running a line larger 
line than 1”.  Provide an adequate line for fire suppression.  
Water and sewer lines need to be installed on property lines.  Water is shown on 
the property line.  Sewer needs to be moved to property lines.  Install service 
connections and use city meter to our standard.

    3.  Fire Hydrants.  Fire hydrants are shown on lots 23, 25, and 30.

    4.   Street Lights.  Show street light locations.   Street lights should be installed 
at every corner including the southeast corner of lot 22.   Other street lights to be placed 
every 200 to 250 feet on alternating sides of the street.  The developer will pay for and 
install street lights.  

    5.  Storm Drainage.  Provide storm drainage calculation and design according 
to City’s standards.

Drainage basin that will be become property of the City must include xeriscape 
surfacing that extends beyond the storage facility to the property boundary.  

    6.  Flood Plain Development Permit.  Obtain flood plain development permit 
from the City. 

    7.  Street Signs.  Developer to provide address street signs and traffic signs.  

    8.  Fence.  Install fence from south corner to north corner on the east side to 
restrict access to detention basin.   A solid chain link or other non-climbable fence.      Provide a fencing plan to be approved.  

Comment:  They realize there is the detention basin which could create a 
hazard.  The recommendation is for a solid chain link or non-climbable fence. 
Chain link is climbable.  Chairman Thomas said the purpose is to restrict 
access to drainageways, irrigation structures etc.  The developers will come up 
with a proposal.  

    9.  Geotech Report.  Developer to provide geotechnical report.   

    10.  CBU.  Developer to coordinate with post office for placement of CBU mail 
box.  

Comment: They will get with Wes Kirschner at the post office to determine this 
placement.

    11.  Traffic Study.   A traffic study has been completed.

    12.  SWPP.  Provide SWPP.

    13.  Fiber optics.   Install conduit for fiber optics.  Developer can contact Tyler 
Schlappi (435-469-0769) to determine whether fiber optics will be overground or 
underground.  

    14.  Street Addresses.    Michele Jolley will coordinate with Sydney at the 
County Road Department. 

    15.  Fees.  Developer to pay an application fee of $250 plus $30 per lot for a    total of $1150.00 

Developer to reimburse City for fees paid to City engineer for engineer reviews and 
materials testing. 

Lisa White motioned to recommend approval of a subdivision to be located at 1100 North 300 West with compliance to the DRC comments as discussed above. Wes Kirschner seconded the motion. Those voting aye: Kendrick Thomas, Blaine Breinholt, Lisa White, Susan Jensen, Wes Kirschner, Josh Peterson, and Zach Leavitt. Those voting nay: None. The motion carried unanimously.

  1. Conditional Use Permits/Home Occupation Permits
    A. Caden Christensen. Review Conditional Use Permit approved last month allowing an equipment rental business to be located at his home at 482 West 2200 South (R1-10 zone, C-1 use).

Caden Christensen was present. Last month he was approved for the equipment rental business at his home. Michelle Curtis explained that a home occupation permit would not allow for this type of business in a residential area; therefore, he was asked to come back so that this could be reviewed.

Mr. Christensen said he doesn’t intend to start a business like Ahern Rental in his back yard. He bought an old backhoe to use when building his home. He had the thought that he could rent it out. He talked to the owner of Patriot Rentals and he can park his equipment at the Patriot yard. He does not want to rent out of his back yard. He would use the home as his office. He wants to have an LLC so that he will be insured and needs an address for that.

Chairman Thomas said the home occupation could be used for the office and he could meet with customers at his home. Mr. Christensen isn’t looking to have trucks bring in equipment. He doesn’t plan to buy more equipment. He has a trailer and an old dump truck which he doesn’t plan to rent out. He would only be renting out the backhoe which will be parked at Patriot Rentals. He will not have a rent sign on the equipment.

Chairman Thomas advised that Mr. Christensen can park his own equipment at his home off of the street, but if he rents out equipment, it has to be stored at another location.

Lisa White pointed out that the home occupation permit requires that either the equipment is stored off-site or in an accessory structure. Of course, for his personal use, the conditions don’t apply.

Lisa white motioned to amend the Conditional Use Permit that was approved last month which allows an equipment rental business at 482 West 2200 South with the condition that the equipment will either be rented out from an off-site location or stored in an accessory building. Susan Jensen seconded the motion. Those voting aye: Kendrick Thomas, Blaine Breinholt, Lisa White, Susan Jensen, Wes Kirschner, Josh Peterson, and Zach Leavitt. Those voting nay: None. The motion carried unanimously.

B.  Andrew and Carrie Satterlee to request approval of a Conditional Use Permit allowing a short-term rental to be located at 190 East 300 South (CS zone – C1 use).

Andrew and Carrie Satterlee were present. They would like to use this home as a short-term rental. They will rent out the entire home which has four bedrooms. There is potential for another bedroom in the downstairs. There is plenty of off-street parking.

Lisa White motioned to approve Andrew and Carrie Satterlee’s request for a Conditional Use Permit allowing a short-term rental to be located at 190 East 300 South. Wes Kirschner seconded the motion. Those voting aye: Kendrick Thomas, Blaine Breinholt, Lisa White, Susan Jensen, Wes Kirschner, Josh Peterson, and Zach Leavitt. Those voting nay: None. The motion carried unanimously.

Michelle Curtis advised the Satterlees that they need to have a fire inspection in order to get the business license for the short-term rental.

C.  Patricia K. Jensen to request approval of a Home Occupation Permit allowing her to conduct a business called The Dog Paw Spa to be located at 617 West Ogden Drive (R1-10 zone – C-1use). 

Patricia Jensen was present. She said she knows that pet hair is a concern. She does have traps for the drains. This will be only pet grooming and there won’t be a lot of dogs there at the same time. People drop off their dog and then pick it up and then the next one is dropped off.

There won’t be a lot of pet hair. The hair will be bagged. Dogs be will not in the yard barking or running around the neighborhood. This is not a doggie daycare. Some people might have more than one dog and she will have all of those dogs at the same time. She doesn’t plan on employees. She was told if she has a sign, it can only be a sign in the window of the home.

Lisa White motioned to recommend approval of Patricia Jensen’s request for a Home Occupation Permit allowing her to conduct a business called The Dog Paw to be located at 617 West Ogden Drive with the condition that the hair is dealt with and garbage contained, no dogs running around the neighborhood. Blaine Breinholt seconded the motion. Those voting aye: Kendrick Thomas, Blaine Breinholt, Lisa White, Susan Jensen, Wes Kirschner, Josh Peterson, and Zach Leavitt. Those voting nay: None. The motion carried unanimously.

D.  Tenille Teeples to request approval of a Home Occupation Permit allowing her 

to conduct a business called iBrow Precision to be located at 463 East 950 North (R1-10 zone – C-1 use).

Tenille Teeples was present. She is certified to microblade eyebrows. She plans on four clients a day and only one there at a time. It takes 1-1/2 hours to work on one patron.

Blaine Breinholt motioned to approve Tenille Teeples’ request for a Home Occupation Permit allowing her to conduct a business called iBrowPrecision to be located at 463 East 950 North. Lisa White seconded the motion. Those voting aye: Kendrick Thomas, Blaine Breinholt, Lisa White, Susan Jensen, Wes Kirschner, Josh Peterson, and Zach Leavitt. Those voting nay: None. The motion carried unanimously.

E.  Shontawn and Jennifer Kester to request approval of a Home Occupation Permit    allowing them to conduct a business called Nomad & Gypsy Coffee Roasters to be located at 370 West 400 South (R1-10 zone – C-1 use). 

Shontawn and Jennifer Kester were present. They have a small roaster. They roast 6 pounds of coffee at a time. They would like to sell it at the farmers market and on-line. They aren’t opening a coffee shop. There will be no customers coming to their home. There is a smell when grinding the coffee. It smells like burnt toast during the last 2 minutes of roasting. It puts out minimal smell. They have 65-pound boxes delivered by Fed-Ex.

Lisa White motioned to approve Shontawn and Jennifer Kester’s request for a Home Occupation Permit allowing them to conduct a business called Nomad & Gypsy Coffee Roasters to be located at 370 West 400 South. Susan Jensen seconded the motion. Those voting aye: Kendrick Thomas, Blaine Breinholt, Lisa White, Susan Jensen, Wes Kirschner, Josh Peterson, and Zach Leavitt. Those voting nay: None. The motion carried unanimously.

  1. Minutes Approval.
    A. Consider approving minutes of March 1, 2023, and April 5, 2023. The minutes state that Greg Bean was present. His name needs to be removed. Blaine Breinholt motioned to approval the minutes of March 1, 2023, and April 5, 2023, as corrected. Susan Jensen seconded the motion. Those voting aye: Kendrick Thomas, Blaine Breinholt, Lisa White, Susan Jensen, Wes Kirschner, Josh Peterson, and Zach Leavitt. Those voting nay: None. The motion carried unanimously.
  2. Other Business.
    Appoint chairman. Blaine Breinholt recommended Josh Peterson as the Chairman and Zach Leavitt as Vice-Chiarman. Susen Jensen seconded the motion. Those voting aye: Kendrick Thomas, Blaine Breinholt, Lisa White, Susan Jensen, Wes Kirschner, Josh Peterson, and Zach Leavitt. Those voting nay: None. The motion carried unanimously.
  3. Adjournment. The meeting adjourned at 8:00 p.m. Lisa White motioned to close the meeting. Zach Leavitt seconded the motion. Those voting aye: Kendrick Thomas, Blaine Breinholt, Lisa White, Susan Jensen, Wes Kirschner, Josh Peterson, and Zach Leavitt. Those voting nay: None. The motion carried unanimously. The meeting adjourned at 8:00 p.m.