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File #: 21-0267    Version: 1
Type: New Business Status: Passed
File created: 5/7/2021 In control: Planning and Zoning Commission
On agenda: 5/12/2021 Final action: 5/12/2021
Title: Approval of Temporary Land Use Permit #21-08 for C&E Car Deetz for 134 East Pioneer Drive, Lot 3 Pioneer Commercial Subdivision
Attachments: 1. TLUP 21-08 C&E Car Deetz Application, 2. TLUP 21-08 C&E Car Deetz Public Works Comment
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Approval of Temporary Land Use Permit #21-08 for C&E Car Deetz for 134 East Pioneer Drive, Lot 3 Pioneer Commercial Subdivision
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SUBMITTED BY: Nicole LeRoy, Planning Technician & Kate Huber, Planning Director

FISCAL NOTES:
Expenditure Required: N/A
Unencumbered Balance: N/A
Funding Source: N/A

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Approve temporary land use permit #21-08 from C&E Car Deetz for use of 134 East Pioneer Drive, Lot 3 Pioneer Commercial Subdivision.
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SUMMARY STATEMENT:
Planning Department staff received a temporary land use permit application from C&E Car Deetz for use of City property for a car detailing business at 134 E Pioneer Drive, Lot 3 Pioneer Commercial Subdivision. The operation is proposed to take place under a temporary tent and utilize a generator to detail the interiors of vehicles. The applicant has stated no exterior detailing will be done, or wastewater generated by this use (see attached application.)
Per Valdez Municipal Code 17.48.140 B 2e, temporary land use permit requests not to exceed six months in duration may be granted by the Planning and Zoning Commission if the desired use is in conformance with the existing zoning and/or comprehensive plan. The area requested is zoned general commercial which allows for automobile service stations, including non-mechanical car washing.
Fees for temporary land use permits were established by City Council with Resolution #12-36. The resolution states "for permits not exceeding two acres in size and for a period of six months or less, the fee shall be $250 per month."
The applicant has requested a term of six months. However, due to the primary use of the property as a snow lot, the property is only able to be utilized through September 30th. Planning staff consulted with Public Works, as the lot requested is utilized for City snow storage. Public Works Director, Rob Comstock, stated that the lot must be vacated by September 30th, and the operation not interfere with sno...

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