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MARCH 21, 2005SHAWNEE PLANNING COMMISSION MINUTESPAGE 30

RECOMMENDATION

Staff recommends withdrawal of SUP-3-05-03, a request for a special use permit to provide in-home child care for up to twelve (12) children in the residence at 6316 Aminda Street at the applicant’s request.

PLANNING COMMISSION QUESTIONS

Vice-Chairperson O’Connor asked if there was a reason that the applicant has asked to withdraw the special use permit rather than table it.  He asked if she had any expectations of meeting the requirements.

Associate Planner Allmon answered that she would not be able to meet the requirements and desires to comply with the Homes Association restrictions.

PUBLIC DISCUSSION

No one spoke from the public.

PLANNING COMMISSION ACTION

Commissioner Jenkins, seconded by Commissioner Bedora, moved to withdraw SUP-3-05-03 special use permit approval for MY HOME DAYCARE, to allow a home daycare with up to 12 children, in the PSF (Planned Single Family) zoning district, located at 6316 Aminda Street, subject to the applicant’s request.  The motion carried 9-0.

Item No. 10

SP-19-05-03: consider revised site plan approval for SACRED HEART, for a temporary mobile unit, located at 21801 Johnson Drive.  Request submitted by Clinton Long for The Roman Catholic Archdiocese, owner.

Associate Planner Allmon explained that the applicant requests site plan approval for the relocation of a new modular classroom on the site that would replace an existing temporary mobile unit located at the Sacred Heart Church located at 21801 Johnson Drive.  The application is filed by Sacred Heart Church, owner.

SITE PLAN REVIEW

1.

The applicant received site plan approval in June of 2001 to place a temporary modular classroom adjacent to the southwest corner of the existing church building. This unit currently sits approximately 290 feet from Monticello Road. The applicant requested use of the temporary building because of unexpected growth at the existing Sacred Heart Catholic School that operates on the site.

As the modular was only a temporary solution to deal with enrollment growth, the church subsequently submitted a site plan for construction of a school

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