Brockett: We have wetland regulations
"Delineated ones," says city staff member who I have seen and written his name one million times but have at this moment forgotten.
This is not a delineated wetland.
Carr: As part of an agreement, you can impose any condition you like.
Sanders: I don't see any sheds in this view; this is what you see when you look south. I have sheds in my yard.
Weaver: You said any new building, but what about just dwelling units?
Sanders: Issue is going to be the floodplain, so dwelling.
Sanders: No, but "from my understanding of annexation, you can put in" restrictions or requirements.
Jones: So are you supporting this proposal, or...?
Farner: I just want to keep the ambiance and character of that area and not over develop it or change it.
Jones agrees that this is not the time for it.
Additional units priced to middle (120% AMI)
Kurt Firnhaber takes the podium: We met with applicant, we also look at size of development.
Ferro: Idk that we can prevent it but we are getting a 50-ft flood easement
Weaver: Is 50 ft enough?
Q from Brockett: How much is the frontage?
275 ft, so 50-ft easement is 1/5 of the frontage
Walbert: I think it has to do with city open space acquisition (open space is nearby)
Walbert: Depends on size of property
Morzel: What is that threshold?
Walbert: Depends on zoning. 5 acres in this situation
I'm here all night. Bish gotta eat.
Ferro: Requirement for 6K sq ft of open space per dwelling