Irrigon Planning Commission
March 12, 2012 at 6:00 p.m.
Irrigon City Hall
500 NE Main Avenue
1. Call to Order and Roll Call
Chair Tom Roberts called the meeting to order at 6:00 PM
Planning Commission members present were: Tom Roberts, Foster Carroll, Margaret Anderson, Bill Earle and Harold Poeling (arrived at 6:10 p.m.).
Staff present: City Manager, Gerald Breazeale, Public Works Director, Keith White, City Clerk, Penny Moore and City Attorney, Bill Kuhn.
Audience: Fire Chief, Larry Burns, Elleanor Partridge, David Long, Marcy Long, Warren Prouty, Troy Johnson, Shannon Johnson, Brian Dames, Brett Cook, Larry Ford, Barb Huwe, Wayne Huwe, Luke Maynard, Mari Gordanier, Tim Mills, Marty Brown, Jennie Brown, Jennifer Matlack, Donna Matlack, Ken Matlack , Mike White, and Jake White.
2. Approve Minutes from the November 6, 2012 and February 5, 2013 Planning Commission Meeting
There were concerns about the November 6, 2012 work session meeting, which were not in the packets and will be held for approval until located. Chair Robert suggested that the February minutes be held for approval until the end of the meeting.
Public Hearing – Statement to Applicant and Audience
City Manager, Gerald Breazeale opened the Public Hearing by reading the Statement to the Applicant and Audience. (Attached)
Chair Roberts asked the Commissioners if there were any conflicts of interest regarding this project. The commissioners stated no.
Chair Roberts asked the public to state their first and last name, spelling the last name.
3. Open Public Hearing – Oregon Trail Recreational Vehicle Park Conditional Use Permit
Jerry Breazeale stated that in the fall the applicants had submitted plans for a 54 unit RV Park. There was a public hearing, and after the hearing and the testimony the Planning Commission approved the 54-unit RV Park. The Whites attained additional property to the south of the approved 54-unit RV Park development and now would like to expand the park to 77 spaces. Since this is a major change to the initial plan, the hearing is reopened for new evidence that was not included for that large of a development. There was a closed meeting on February 11, 2013, to review the detailed site plan. The Whites submitted a fully development plan with all the roads and landscaping, with all the water and sewer shown.
At this point the hearing was reopened for the applicants to respond to the Planning Commission’s questions and to give the neighbors time to comment on this development. The Whites have submitted a written response to most of the questions raised from the public and the Commission. The Whites have agreed to pave the streets, Washington and Thirteenth 27’ wide adjacent to their development and 20’ wide south running to Highway 730. The right-of-way for Washington Avenue was stated o be 30’ wide, and in order for the city to make a full street, it was decided that the city can work with a 27’ paving and there are options to look at to make it more attractive.
Commissioner Poeling arrived at 6:10 p.m.
Chair Roberts opened the public hearing for comment.
Jake White, Burbank, WA
“We are here is regards to the RV Park”. “In phase B, adding the 23 more spaces which will help, giving us a bigger development that will make more room for overnighter and more applicable”. “The RV Park will be one of the highest end RV parks in the northeast, spaces larger and a lot of different aspects to go with it”. We have a very tough covenants and regulations in the park that should put people at ease that there won’t be riff raff coming in”. “This RV Park will help with all the new growth coming to the city and the area, boomers for a lot of good jobs coming up, and we want to attract seniors that travel back and forth from Arizona and we want to attract people for the local ball games, activities, fishing and that sort of thing”.
Jake White read the covenants (see attachment) for the Oregon Trail RV Park stating the length of stay is not more than 30 days without consent of management, everyone starts over. The covenants have strong rules he stated. Speed limit is 5 MPH; Sites will need to be clutter free; no fences, screens, dog houses or pet runs allowed or any extra trailers or boats, etc.; Parking will be on side, out of the road (20’ wide); Skirting/porches; No illegal drugs as with any community, the use, sale or purchase in an illegal act and not allowed in the park and will not be tolerated; Quiet hours; Children under the year of 14 must be accompanied by an adult. In their contract the occupant must state and sign that they have not been a felon in the last 7 years. Immediate eviction if the rules are not followed.
Jake White stated that he would like to review the staff report; 1. That the building height requirement was 35’ maximum and they are about 25’. 2. Expand the variance for Thirteenth and Washington for the park roads running parallel to the streets, they would like all the variances from Phase A that have been approved be adopted with this second phase of the RV Park. 3. Permit to be acquired through Public Works Director, Keith White when approved. 4. The driveway access is less than 40’ as required. 5. In reference to the Fire Chief, Larry Burns about the safety and fire hydrant replacements and road access for fire equipment. 6. Concerns about the lighting areas hitting the neighbors, they propose to install slatted chain link fences to shield so as to not shine on residences.
Audience, Ken Matlack:
Where would you consider placement of the slatted chain-link fences?
“There will be 4’ chain-link fences around the road perimeters and 6’ slatted chain-link fences around the interior parts”.
“Also #6 on the staff report concerning a 4’ of landscaping buffer around the park bordering the outside roads; we are proposing a 3’ that fits the design of the park for beautification”. “#10, On Thirteenth Street there 1,280 square feet that the city does not own in the road way, the Haney’s own the property”. “We agree about paying for the property at a fair appraised value, however, we would like the city to take care of the purchase of that because it will be used for the city right-of-way. This has pretty much been agreed to these things, getting it purchased, we will pick up the cost of that”
“Other concerns that were mentioned were the slope of our banks that affect one of the neighbor’s and we have addressed those”.
Pictures were handed out to the Commission of before and after the slope banks. A certified engineer stated what is required and what is safe for engineering slope banks.
“The banks have not changed, we may have moved them back and adjusted, fences had to be moved. The Johnson’s did move their fence back so we could proceed”. “A retaining wall was installed on the east end of the Johnson property, including new poles”. “We wanted to get our fence in the proper place”. “Our retaining walls will work and not affect any of the neighbors and it’s on our property anyway”. “As far as the vegetation removed from the Johnson’s, we plan to spray it and the banks with hydro seeding”.
“What is your plan for the Johnson’s on the east side where your fence is and the Johnson’s fence is, gravel or grass”?
We were going to spray hydro seeding and replace the vegetation that we scraped off, the banks have been compacted, they are better than when we started, it will help maintain what was there”. “The Johnson’s are free to do whatever they want with their side of the property, we will make sure it is put back better than it was before when we scraped off the weeds”.
“We would like all of the variances that were approved in Phase 1 transferred also to Phase B here, there were a lot of variances for roadways close to the outside roadways and different things too going around the perimeter”.
“We agreed to pave 27’ of the property on the outside roads, adjoining our property and going out to the rest of the way on Thirteenth, and 20’ two lanes going out to the highway. “Anything approved today, we would like to be able to have lead way to work and make changes to the roadways, more parking, trails and cut down on the through traffic, we are willing to work with the City”.
He asked if any of the Commissioners have any questions.
“On the portion of the property that joins the Johnson’s, it looks to me like there is an area there where a retaining wall would be in order”. “I understand that you have an engineer’s opinions, but I think that’s based on the areas around the Tri-Cities.
Yes, we understand that was based on engineering off of that type soil which is very sandy, but it is not all sand and it is compacted very well, it will retain”. It has been that way for many years and it has not gone anywhere, and it is still at the same degree of slope which will be in something besides weeds now”.
“Mr. Johnson had some concern at the last meeting about erosion”.
“There is nothing any worse than before, if it can hold together with weeds, it can hold together with good sod.
“My other concern is about permanent residency”.
“Everybody in the park is subject to renewal every 30 days, so they will not be considered permanent residences, if there are any changes to be made, they will either be moved or evicted, however, we will have a lot of construction workers that will want to stay longer than 30 days and the snowbirds will want to stay all summer long”.
“It is my opinion that this is a good thing”. But, by expanding the park you are expanding semi-permanent residency, and this is a major concern”.
“Only 23 more spaces, and this will leave more open for overnighters, there will be limited spaces”.
“The power pole on the corner of Washington and Thirteenth did not get resolved”.
City Manager Breazeale:
“That power pole will need to be moved, the developer or the electric company will need to pay for moving it”. “That will happen after approval “. “Another issue is the lift station sitting there is making it difficult to move around that intersection, we are prepared to deal with that issue also”.
“You plan to hydro seed and irrigate the park”?
Yes, the whole park will be hydro seeded and there will be automatic sprinklers installed, we have a water truck also to address wind issues”.” And hydro seed all around the Johnson’s property and keep it watered downed until it is set, it will have water for the summer and we will help maintain with water coming from our well.”
“Does your fence enclose your entire area”?
Mike White went over the site plan showing the Johnson’s property. “They are not going to be bothered with any lights on the north side or want any slats in their fence”.
Referring to the map, Mike White stated that there will be no issue with lights; the chain-link fence will be slatted. At the Haney’s houses there will be a 6’ fence and along the roadways there will a 4’ fence. Most head lights won’t hit above the fence, but, if they want it slatted for privacy, we will slat it. He stated that there should not be any problems with head lights of any of the neighbors.
“What about the fence on the west end for safety with the kids running all around and the public”?
“Yes, there is 100% fence all around the property except for the entrance and the exit”. At the slope it meets all the code, its typical building site practices that meet all code”.
“A lot of research has been done on this RV Park; it will be one of the nicest in the Northwest”. “There will be no junker’s living there”. “You do not want to put a year on the RV’s coming in, because a new one could be sideswiped and you wouldn’t want that”.
Audience, Elleanor Partridge
Asked about signing a wavier stating that they had not been a felon in the last seven years, how will the manager know that if he doesn’t check them out with a background check?
We can’t control someone lying. If there is a problem, we will deal with it.
Audience, Jennie Brown:
My question is from a mom, who loves all the kids here. I am concerned about child molesters near the school and druggies and alcoholics all being poor, that is unrealistic and for you to say we can’t control someone lying. And to me this sounds like it’s not a part time thing, they can live there longer.
You can only do so much, we are trying to keep the bad people out, trying to get people here that work, and senior citizens, yes, they are out there (child molesters); it doesn’t mean we would like to have them in the community. This will be a nice project. If you would like the Sheriff’s Department to run background checks on all the people, we will get all the forms they sign that they are not a convicted felon and have the record to go after them.
We need to put more faith in people, back ground checks are out of the question, you can call the State Police or
the County Sheriff and get an answer in a few minutes. This is a good outfit that is coming in here.
If a person volunteers to have his background checked, we can run them any time they call in and agree to have a check. If not by permission, you can pay a fee of $15 to the Oregon State Police and they can tell you if there is an arrest record. I suggest that if people want someone to admit to a felon, I would have on the sign in sheet a place for a birth date and/or a driver license and it would be nice if there was a place to agree to a background check. I would think that if there is a problem or they lied, the Whites would ask them to leave.
I suggest that on the application it states that a background check will be done and they will sign the contract if they are not worried about it or if they are worried about their background, they will leave.
We are willing to work with the Sheriff Department, we would like to make a copy of their driver license and maybe add language to our sign in forms that states their records can be ran and they volunteer to that, I think this is a very good suggestion. We do not have a problem at all about having them run the background check; we do not want to invite that into the park either.
I suggest that you find someone local to manage the park; they will have a vested interest in the town. This community sits right on the highway, easy access. This park is a very good idea with the economy, there are 6 new projects starting this summer that I know about. We as a community do not want to compromise our morals and principals with our kids. We seem to be head to head with everything that has been talked about.
I still have one issue and that’s with the Johnson’s, we need to make sure we can get as close as we can to make them happy. And that everyone has had their say.
That great and we don’t have any problem with that, the Johnson’s can have their say, we want them to be happy, we are trying to be good neighbors cause we are blocking their view and there is some hard feeling and we are sorry for that, it isn’t something we are trying to do on purpose to them, it’s just the way it is. We are trying to develop our property that we have owned for over 20 years, we have had most of that time plans to put in a RV Park long before the Johnson’s and we have tried different times to put it in the City.
Audience, Tim Mills:
What will happen when you sell, what do we get, this is a community we live in and your intent sounds good right now but, what is the City’s position on what regulations they are going to have toward the RV Park besides what you have read as your ostensibly statement or disclosure that say when they come in it will be disclosed.
This is the first RV Park we as a commission have been through in this process; we have tried to bring some of our codes up to par as we go and when this is done and over, hopefully we have addressed them.
Audience, Tim Mills:
Does the City have any future plans or ordinances for RV Park and/or this one in specific?
City Manager Breazeale:
City Council is working on code language for RV Parks, it’s not completed yet, it will be a long process and there will be public testimony just like we are doing tonight. The ordinance would take affect when the ordinances are passed.
They are being worked on as we are and to make sure we are all on the same page and if they sell we would have a set of guidelines in place.
A future sell is down the road and the person purchasing would be making a big investment and they are not going to let the park get run down either.
Audience, Barb Huwe:
I am very excited that we can have a business established in Irrigon, we love our community, we are tax payer, love our children, baseball field and the school which is adjacent to the park and we are concerned about what is going to happen there. A main concern, is when the Whites do sell, I want to make sure there is a paper trail criteria set down and I would like to know the time frame, so that when this is a done deal by the Commission and the Council, that I am assured that paper trail will continue forever and forever in my town and not become a ghetto.
City Manager Breazeale:
I might interject that I think the Whites might have agreed to record their covenants with the County so that it would be on record and whoever buys the property buys it with those covenants.
I would just like to say that we feel like a couple of well-done hamburgers and I hope we have addressed everything, we have good intensions, we are putting our money into this and we want it to work, thank you everybody.
Audience, Ken Matlack:
I would like to discuss the issue of the fencing in this area and if you want to determine your vehicle headlight setting (Sheriff Matlack descripted in detail the procedure). My concern is that I don’t think the 4’ fence is not going to be adequate if the headlights are high, and will shoot over the top of the fence, I would like to see at least a 5’ fence on this side with slats. Also there was a change to a 6’ fencing which is now allowed on the front of the property and if a chain-link would only need clear vision or open on the corner, so that should work.
I also appreciate that you are willing to share information with the public, that’s a good deal if they are willing to do it.
The only other thing has to do with the Johnson’s property, would it be appropriate if you were to say for their benefit (and I am not an engineer) but if the hill side in question was to collapse or it was to become unstable would the developer be willing to provide a retaining wall or other device that would secure it and then if you would put on a time frame that is reasonable, I don’t what that is, 5 years from when you start up? If it is built as good as you think 5 years might be good.
Also, talking about the ordinances, there are many previsions that were read in the covenants that I would hope
would be addressed in ordinances that we would adopt in the City, not only for the new one, because we can’t say to the new place you have to have all these new things when we have existents places that are allowed to do whatever they would to do. So we will have to go to the old places and say to them that there will be a new set of rules and give them an adequate time to change and/or fix.
Jake, would you consider doing a 5’ fence instead of 4’?
4’, 5’, 6’, we don’t have a problem with that, whatever the City wants.
If you don’t mind, I would like to hear from the Johnson’s.
We would still like to see a retaining wall be enforced on the other side. Also, is this going to go before the City Council when you make your final decision or is this it?
No, the Planning Commission has the final say on whether or not they can proceed in their project. This being said, the City Council would have some input on any future ordinances.
City Manager Breazeale:
There is an appeal period. If the Commission votes in favor of the project, persons have 10 days to appeal. The City Council would hear the appeal.
This is our town and I want to see rules and regulations for our town to help our community feel better about what’s going in. We seem to get the runaround every time we ask a question, so it’s hard to trust somebody or people that don’t answer any questions. Everybody in here has asked a question and I don’t know of any person that has gotten a solid answer, maybe one. Bottom line is that this is our city, they don’t live here, they are coming here to make a buck, we need to stand up and make sure the right thing is done and we have the right rules.
Is the paving of the road going to happen immediately or are we giving them 3 years to do it, what’s the rule, will it be before they start the project like it should be?
City Manager Breazeale:
The City is proposing that the street be paved before they open for business.
They have agreed to a 27’ on one side and 20’ on the other, which is more than they agreed to before.
Where they say they are going to hydro seed, part of that is our property, who will maintain and mow that?
That was my question too, because it looks like there will be two fences with a row of grass in the middle. Will it grow up to be a fire hazard?
In response to the Johnson’s property, that’s up to them. As far as maintenance, it’s their property, we are just trying to get it back in the vegetation state that it was in, we are sorry we removed the weeds; we plan to put a good hearty grass in to secure the bank. The Johnson’s will need to maintain their property and watering, if a problem was to happen it would be addressed and fixed. If there was erosion with water it would affect us because they are higher than us and water runs downhill. The banks are still there and will remain there and we will maintain everything on our property, they are our banks, not the Johnson’s banks, it’s not going to slough off the hill. It kind of our right as to what happens on our property, and our side of the fence. We have a professional engineer that deal in soil and structure saying that will work and that is acceptable, thank you.
You can’t tell from that picture if there has been any change to the slope unless you were out there with the tape measure and knew what it was beforehand. Beforehand it did not need to be maintained because there was already vegetation that has been taken away on our portion and we do not have any means to water back there. Our fence is there and then you are going to have 3 or 4 feet whatever it may be, now we have to worry about taking care of because they have created the issue. How is it our problem? And I would like to see privacy slats on our side.
No problem with privacy slats, we just did not want to block your view, I thought that was one of your main things.
The bottom line is that we have an engineer stamped letter stating that we meet all codes on our property. On the north side after they moved their fence there is 3’ of grass soil that has not be touched whatsoever, level before we sloped it, the whole north side, they have 3’ before it starts dropping to a 1 ½ slope or more, so for us to put in a retaining wall should not be an issue, all damage would be on our property. This is a picture here that shows that 3’ strip all the way down their chain-link fence on the north side, we have a before picture on the east side, it looks no different from what it was to what it is now, and since then we have put in a retaining wall on that side to help the situation. I don’t know what more we can do to help the Johnson’s out. The only thing I can suggest to the Johnson’s is to take down your old fence and we will come in with our backhoe an level and slope even more on your property to help you out, we want to get along.
There is a section that will be sandwiched between two fences that will have vegetation growing in it and in time the growth might get thick, I can see the concern there as far as the dry months and become a fire hazard.
We are putting up a 6’ fence, if I were the Johnson’s; I would take down their 5’ fence and be done with it. Our fence is on our side of the property line, they don’t need their fence anymore.
6:42 Commission Poeling left the meeting.
I am Brett Cook, the building official for the City of Irrigon and I brought in copies of ORS’s and OAR’s guidelines for construction of a RV park and there are criteria that they have to follow and they have to present those plans to me and to Larry before they can do anything, if they do anything prior to that, they are in violation, so there are some controls there. If you do work on your property that does cause erosion on your neighboring property you are responsible for that erosion.
I understand that the Johnson’s property was altered without permission from the Johnson’s, what is the City going to do to back that up as a retaining wall or are we just going to let this go when they altered that property without permission?
City Attorney Bill Kuhn:
That would be a civic issue.
As we go through these processes, we are trying to minimalize those issues as much as possible.
City Manager Breazeale:
In the staff report if adopted as suggested it did require the applicant to construct any necessary retaining walls to prevent adjacent property from sloughing off or collapsing due to unstable banks where the slope is greater than 3/1 from the neighboring property to the finished grade of the RV park. That doesn’t mean they have to do it if the bank isn’t going to slough off, but if that was part of the approval that would have to be done.
Has your property been surveyed? And was the fence on survey line, where was the property line as to the fence?
Yes, it has been surveyed, it’s the same pins for the property line, there’s no difference, and we had someone do it.
On the north side, the west end of the Johnson’s property was proper, but on the east side of their property on the north side it was about 6; onto our property. So once they moved their fence we sloped our banks and then on their east side their fence was pretty much on the south end, but on their north end east side their fence was 5’ onto their property, so they lost 5’ to nothing.
Encroachment, so you have not actually gone on their property to do whatever you are doing?
No, we put a retaining wall is on our side of the property line clear down to the east side.
But the slope to the west of that eastern property boundary line does actually come up and slope on their property?
Yes, you have the picture before and after right there.
For the record, they did come onto our property for the back piece after it was surveyed and the fence and property line were clearly marked, they removed dirt, a lot of dirt, I had to call the code enforcement officer to have them put dirt back, which is still not back to what it should be. The officer spoke to them about the issue, it’s been documented. If we were to take down our fence in the back, the slope is so steep that it would be an issue without building some dirt where they removed and a danger to my children if I just took the fence down without replacing the dirt they removed.
On that east side that she is talking about, we are sorry we grubbed off the weed off of that slope; the pictures show that there is no change to the slope whatsoever. That is not an issue for this meeting, if they think they have an issue that would be a private civic issue. We have tried to accommodate them and put it back in grass, we will even wet it down until it spouts. If they don’t want to maintain their stretch of property with the fence that was put there properly, unlike their fence that they just put anywhere, it’s their problem, their east side fence is not in line with the property, and we did put our fence in line with property.
Audience, Barb Huwe:
I am so glad that you have in the covenants about boat, RV and things, what about the parking on Washington and Thirteenth, Our Friends of the Library run a tournament during the Watermelon Festival for 3 days, is that going to be a no parking zone and/or what kind of parking will there be on that side of the street?
City Manager Breazeale:
It is not part of the approval process but we are looking at use of those streets and changing how they are controlled in that area, one option is making that not a through street between Twelfth and Thirteenth and closing it off except for the ability for fire equipment, pedestrians and bicycles, leaving Washington Avenue as parking area between Twelfth and Thirteenth Streets. That would leave a good area for parking that would not be disturbed with traffic going through. It was the Public Works Director that suggested that this might be an option and Keith will present to City Council. Parallel parking is allowed on the street, it could be okay for head in parking also, and this will be addressed by the City Council in their regulation of the right-of-way.
Audience, Marty Brown:
Because in the covenants it says no boats, but you guys are alluding to develop this as a recreational property to semi nature of the permit, if the snow birds, fisherman, etc. are not going to have their boats on your property, where will they store them when staying at your facility?
There is a storage unit and parking down the street on the right hand side, south side. If there is room on their spaces, they can have a boat and a camper, these spaces are bigger than a normal site, the pavement part where they park in 15’ wide and 60 ‘ long. They will not be parking in the little league park.
Audience, Ken Matlack:
Clarification, in our discussion, the east boundary of the park, Mike mentioned he was willing to work with a 5’ or 6’ fence, which he didn’t care; I would like to request a 6’ chain-link fence if they and the City are okay with that.
It’s just the code says how many feet down the edge for clearance at the intersection, that’s the only part that
can’t have that and also that’s down to the drive, access as well.
In regards to the parking of boats, why not rent a little space for weekend boats?
If we have room to accommodate a situation for a special event we will.
We want to participate in the Wall-Eye and other fishing tournaments with prizes and that sort of thing; we want to participate with the community.
Chair Roberts Closed the Public Hearing at 8:05 p.m.
Do the Commissioners have any comments or concerns before making any discussions? The public can no longer testify.
- 4. Planning Commission Decision – Oregon Trail Recreational Vehicle Park Conditional Use Permit
Commissioner Earle stated one concern being if and when the White’s sell what will happen to the covenants?
Commissioner Anderson stated that the covenants that the White’s gave will be recorded with the county clerk as stipulated.
City Manager, Breazeale stated that the covenants will be filed and become record; whatever the criterion was based on will remain in effect.
Commissioner Carroll stated that on the side wall, the construction should have a time limit for the construction of the sidewalks.
City Manager Breazeale stated that yes that is being addressed, it is part of the staff report in the recommendation. The Whites have agreed to construct the sidewalks when adjacent property constructs sidewalks and it would have to be done in that year. According to the agreement, if somebody was to connect to the Whites property they would at that time have to build a sidewalk.
Commissioner Anderson thanked everybody for voicing their option and concerns and she thanked the Whites for deciding to bring a business into Irrigon. Also thanked the Whites for trying to make everything right and everyone happy.
Public Works Director Keith White stated that he agreed that everything went well; all have worked hard in this process to make it as smooth as it went. The City will be working through all the street and design issues.
Chair Roberts stated that he would like to make sure and strongly see that the Johnson’s and White’s find some resolution outside of this meeting. He addressed the Commission to say that they need to put a lot of emphasis on what’s in the staff report. Also he stated that the required covenants need to be filed with the county and that a 6’ fence is constructed along Thirteenth Street to help reduce the lighting issues and privacy and any language that is needed to be granted and meets all code requirements.
It was moved by Commissioner Carroll and seconded by Commissioner Earle to approve the RV Park in accordance with the staff report, and with the stated additions from the Chair; (file the covenants with the county and to allow the 6’fence along Thirteenth Street).
Chair Roberts asked if there was any discussion on the motion. Commissioner Anderson asked if there was any additional, like the covenants being recorded and everything is solid.
City Manager Breazeale stated that the covenants be recorded and that the 6’ sight obscuring fencebe permitted. He had a problem with the 6’ sight obscuring fence is not permitted by code and that might have to come back as a variance to do that. Chair Roberts stated that would be on the slats correct? Manager Breazeale stated yes. Commission Earle was going to amend the motion, however he decided to withdraw. Vote was taken, the motion passed by 4 Yes.
5. Additional Discussion
City Manager Breazeale stated that in the future the City will bring new language to RV parks.
After some discussion on the whereabouts of the November 2012 minutes, it was decided to table them until the next meeting and be sent to the Commissioners when found.
It was moved by Commissioner Earle and seconded by Commissioner Carroll to approve the February 5, 2013 and the special February 11, 2013 meeting minutes. Vote was taken, the motion passed by 4 Yes.
Chair Roberts adjourned the meeting at 8:24 p.m.