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AGENDA

for the

CITY OF WILDWOOD'S

PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION

City Hall Council Chambers - 16860 Main Street

November 1, 2021 - Monday  - 6:30 P.M. 

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Action Items on Tonight’s Agenda:     Two (2) Public Hearing Items, One (1) Information Report, One (1) New Correspondence Items, and Four (4) Other Items for Consideration. 



I.

Review Tonight’s Agenda/Questions or Comments

II.

Welcome to Attendees and Roll Call of Commission Members

III.

Approval of Minutes of the Meeting of Monday, October 4, 2021, and Monday, October 18, 2021

IV.

Department of Planning’s Opening Remarks/Updates

V.

Public Comment Session- All public comments on the active agenda items accepted here, excluding Public Hearings. Special procedures will be in place to address the requirements of social distancing, gathering size, and access to common areas. Please be prepared to follow instructions that are provided by City personnel.

VI.

Public Hearing – Two (2) Items for Consideration

1.

P.Z. 29-21 1045 Babler Park Drive, c/o David Spitznagel, 1045 Babler Park Drive, Wildwood, Missouri 63005 –

A request for a change in zoning from the FPPS Floodplain Parks and Scenic District and PS Park and Scenic District to the FPNU Floodplain Non-Urban Residence District and NU Non-Urban Residence District upon a parcel of ground that is 6.53 acres in size, which is located on the west side of Babler Park Drive (State Route BA), north of its intersection with Pond Road. The property was previously part of Babler State Park, but was sold into private ownership by the State of Missouri. Such sale, and now the property’s use for residential purposes, necessitates the request for zoning change. (Ward One)

2.

P.Z. 27-21 Johann E. Sanchez, 2511 Hickory Manor Drive, Wildwood, Missouri 63011, c/o Niki Rosario, Sunpro Solar, 8124 Bunkum Road, Caseyville, Illinois 62232 –

A request for a Conditional Use Permit (CUP) in the R-3 10,000 square foot Residence District, with a Planned Environment Unit (PEU) (Street Address: 2511 Hickory Manor Drive/Locator Number: 23V421021), for the installation of roof-mounted solar panels, which are to be placed on the rear of the dwelling, but due to the lot having double-frontage, are to be situated as to be visible from the adjoining roadway (Taylor Road). This request is to be reviewed in accordance with Chapter 415.140 R-3 10,000 square foot Residence District Regulations of the City of Wildwood Zoning Ordinance, which establishes standards and requirements for the installation of solar panels. The requested permit is required due to the panels’ placement on the rear facing area of the roofs of the dwelling, and would be visible from the adjoining roadway. (Ward Five)

VII.

Old Business – One (1) Item for Consideration

1.

P.Z. 23 and 23a-21 Westridge Commons, McBride Berra Land Company, LLC., c/o Jeannie M. Aumiller, 17415 North Outer Forty Road, Chesterfield, Missouri 63005 –

A request for a modification from the ‘Workplace District’ Designation of the Town Center Regulating Plan to the ‘Neighborhood General’ District, on a 2.51 acre tract of land consisting of five (5) lots of record, all being located on the north and south sides of New College Avenue, between State Route 109 and West Avenue (Street Addresses: 17001, 17002, 17005, 17006, and 17010 New College Avenue/St. Louis County Locator Numbers: 24V420362, 24V420351, 24V420313, 24V420340, and 24V420331). Accompanying the aforementioned Regulating Plan modification is a request for a change in zoning from the Amended C-8 Planned Commercial District (P.Z. 14-01 McLain Partners) to the R-6A 4,000 square foot Residence District, with a Planned Residential Development Overlay District (PRD), for the same tract of land. These requests seek to modify the use of the subject tract of land from its current vacant and undeveloped commercial status to a residential type of use. Proposed Use: A total of eighteen (18), attached single-family dwellings, on individual lots of record, with common ground, and required public space areas. (Ward Eight) Petitioner has Requested a Postponement 11/1/2021

VIII.

New Business – Correspondence Item – One (1) Item for Consideration

1.

A request for the on-going operation of an existing telecommunications tower and facility authorized by P.Z. 25-97 Sprint Spectrum, L.P. (Marianist Retreat Center); Conditional Use Permit (CUP) in the NU Non-Urban Residence District; east side of State Route 109, south of Old State Road; under a one (1) year renewal allowed by the existing conditions of this site-specific permit. (Ward Six)

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Vote

Broyles

Helfrey

Kohn

Clayton

Deppeler

Jackson

Ward

Beattie

Brost

Bowlin

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Nay











Abstain












IX.

Site Development Plans -Public Space Plans -Record Plats- No Items for Consideration

X.

Other Items – Four (4) Items for Consideration

1.

An overview of the City of Wildwood’s Planning and Zoning Commission’s progress on the execution of its Work Program Items for Calendar Year 2021. (Wards – All)

2.

Legislative changes to the regulations governing the Architectural Review Board (ARB), which provide the Planning and Zoning Commission a new role in appeals relative to its actions. (Wards – All)

3.

The City of Wildwood’s Planning and Zoning Commission’s Work Program for the Calendar Year 2022, as set forth in its Amended By-Laws, which were adopted in 2019. (Wards – All)

a.

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Vote

Broyles

Helfrey

Kohn

Clayton

Deppeler

Jackson

Ward

Beattie

Brost

Bowlin

Aye











Nay











Abstain












4.

Approval of the Planning and Zoning Commission’s action upon the City’s Five (5) Year Capital Improvement Plan, as required by Chapter 89 of the Missouri Revised Statutes, which states this administrative body must review and act on this planning program, so as to ensure consistency with the City’s Master Plan. (Wards – All)

a.

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Vote

Broyles

Helfrey

Kohn

Clayton

Deppeler

Jackson

Ward

Beattie

Brost

Bowlin

Aye











Nay











Abstain












XI.

Closing Remarks and Adjournment by Chair of Commission

Note:   The Planning and Zoning Commission will consider and act upon these matters listed above and any such others as may be presented at the meeting and determined appropriate for discussion at that time.

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