Bay Council agenda: P&Z, pedicabs & projects

AGENDA

BAY ST. LOUIS

CITY COUNCIL MEETING

JUNE 13, 2017

5:30 p.m.

1. Guests

a) Randy Shubert, Masonic Lodge – street closures for spec event permit

b) Otis Bounds – 506 Highland Drive

2. City Clerk/Comptroller’s Report

a) Cash Balances

b) Certification Letter

c) Payroll

d) Docket of Claims #16-049 dated 06-13-17

001 General Fund $58,603.12

200 Debt Service Fund $7,515.25

330 2016 R&B Construction Fund $600.00

400 Utility Fund $83,110.28

400 Utility Capital & Maintenance $3,774.00

450 Municipal Harbor Fund $11,381.88

650 Community Hall Unearned $5,400.00

Total $170,384.53

3. Ordinances

a) Ordinance 611-04-2017 – Spread Proof of Publication

b) Ordinance 614-04-2017 – Spread Proof of Publication

c) Pedicab Ordinance – Adopt ordinance

d) Municode – Ordinance of Adoption

4. Planning and Zoning

a) MR. EDWARD TOOMEY – Application for Variance to the Zoning Ordinance. The applicant is asking to install an 8’ in height privacy fence to the rear property line. The applicant is asking for a 2’ variance to the fence height resulting in an 8’ fence where a 6’ fence is allowed by right. The property in question is located at 327 DeMontluzin Avenue, Parcel #149F-0-29-253.000; described as Lot 18B, all 19, 20A and 21, Block 2, Perkins Subdivision. The property is zoned R-2, Two-Family District. Recommend approval 4/0

b) TOM & ANN WILSON – Application for Variance to the Zoning Ordinance. The applicant is asking to install a 6’ wood fence on the property line that will front on City Park Avenue, where a 4’ fence is allowed, with a minimum 25 foot front yard setback. Therefore, the applicant is asking for a 2 foot variance to the fence height, resulting in a 6 foot fence height; and the applicant is requesting a variance to the front yard setback of 25’, resulting in a front yard setback of 0’. The property in question is located at 217 Union Street and extends to City Park Avenue; Parcel #149L-0-29-163.000, described as Lot 234, Second Ward, City of Bay St. Louis, Hancock County. The property is zoned R-2, Two-Family District. Recommend approval 4/0 Stipulations: Approval subject to the angle on Toulme Street to be at a 45º angle, 22 ½ º and 22 ½ º at each, to allow clear visibility at the corner; and subject to Historic Preservation Commission approval of request.

c) JOSEPH MICELI – Application for Variance to the Zoning Ordinance. The applicant is asking to install a 6’ in height wrought iron fence and gate along with 6’6” brick columns to the front and side yards of his property. The gate will be placed on the property line, and the fence and columns will have a 2’ setback from the front yard property line. The variance needed to the fence height to the front yard setback line is 2’6”. If the variance to the fence height is approved the applicant will need a variance to the front yard setback for placement of the fence (gate) of 25’, resulting in a front yard setback of 0’; and a variance to the front yard setback for placement of the fence of 23’, resulting in a front yard setback of 2’. The property in question is located at 107 Washington Street, Parcel #149P-0-30-010.000; described as 3rd Ward, Lot 252, Bay St. Louis. The property is zoned R-1, Single Family District. Recommend approval 4/0

d) APRIL PARKER – Application for Variance to the Zoning Ordinance. The applicant’s intention is to construct a new residence on this parcel of land. The applicant is asking for a 10 foot variance to the rear yard setback, therefore the applicant is asking for a 10 foot setback to the rear yard. The applicant has indicated on the site plan a 13’ front yard setback. This setback will meet the allowable front yard average to the setback requirement according to the zoning regulations. The property in question is located at 344 DeMontluzin Avenue; Parcel #149E-0-29-206.001, described as Lot 25 & Part 24, Block 5, Perkins Subdivision. The property is zoned R-2, Two Family District. Recommend approval 4/0

e) APRIL PARKER – Application for Special Subdivision Plat Approval and Variance to the zoning Ordinance. The applicant is asking to subdivide this parcel of land into (4) four new parcels of land which are identified on the survey as Parcel 1, Parcel 2, Parcel 3, and Parcel 4. The newly created parcels of land will meet the required 75’ lot width. However, if the subdivision of property is granted, the applicant will need to Parcel 1 a variance to the square footage of 1995.28, resulting in 8504.72sf; to Parcel 2 a variance to the square footage of 1995.16 resulting in 8504.84sf; to Parcel 3 a variance to the square footage of 1983.21, resulting in 8516.79sf; to Parcel 4 a variance to the square footage of 1983.24, resulting in 8516.76. The property in question is located at 246 Ballentine Street and extends to Caron Lane, Parcel #149N-0-30-104.000; described as 4th Ward, 70A & 73C & Part 73D, Bay St. Louis. The property is zoned R-2, Two Family District. Recommend denial 4/0

f) PATSY MILTON – Application for a Special Subdivision Plat Approval and Variance to the Zoning Ordinance. The applicant would like to subdivide the parcel of land into two (2) new parcels of land which are identified on the official survey as Parcel 1and Parcel 2. If the subdivision is granted, the applicant will need a variance to the square footage of Parcel 1 and of Parcel 2 of 6000sqft, resulting in a lot area of 6000sqft to both Parcel 1 and Parcel 2; the applicant will also need a variance to the minimum lot width of 39.24’ to Parcel 1 and Parcel 2, resulting in a lot width of 60.76 to both Parcel 1 and Parcel 2. The property in question is located at 135 Elaine Drive; Parcel 135R-0-47-111.000, described as Lot 2 &3, Block 2, Jourdan River Estates. The property is zoned R-1, Single Family District. Applicant withdrew

g) MR. WADE HICKS – Application for Special Subdivision Plat Approval and Variance to the Zoning Ordinance. The applicant would like to subdivide this parcel of land into two (2) new parcels of land which are identified on the official survey as Parcel A and Parcel B. If the subdivision of property is granted, Parcel A will need a square footage variance of 1,391 square feet, resulting is a square footage of

10,609sqft; Parcel B will need a square footage variance of 372 square feet, resulting in a square footage of 11,628sqft. The property in question is located at 725 Azalea Drive; Parcel #135R-0-46-185.000, described as Lots 14-17, Block 14, Shoreline Estates. The property is zoned R-1, Single Family District. Recommend approval 3/1 Weber

h) CAROL ELEY AND SUSA CAZAUX – Application for Special Subdivision Plat Approval and Variance to the Zoning Ordinance. The applicant would like to subdivide this parcel of land into (3) three new parcels of land. If the subdivision of property is granted the applicant will need to Parcel 1 and Parcel 2 a variance to the minimum lot width of 25’ to each parcel, resulting in a lot width of 75’ for each Parcel; Parcel 1 and Parcel 2 will also need a variance to the minimum lot area of 750sqft for each parcel resulting in a lot area of 11,250sqft for each parcel. The applicant will need a variance to the minimum lot area of 640sqft to Parcel A, known as the “Common Area”, resulting in a lot area of 11,360sqft to Parcel A. The property in question is located at 115 Bay Oaks Drive, Parcel #161A-1-01-027.000; described as Lot 241J and 241H, 4th Ward. The property is zoned R-1, Single Family District. Recommend denial 4/0

i) LINDA LOU WHITE/DEPOT ROW, LLC – Application for Special Subdivision Plat Approval and Variance to the Zoning Ordinance. The applicant would like to subdivide this parcel of land into (3) new parcels of land. If the subdivision is granted, newly created Parcel 4, Parcel 5, and Parcel 6 will need a variance to the minimum lot width of 55’, resulting in a lot width of 20’; Parcel 4 will need a variance to the minimum lot area of 8,700sqft, resulting in a lot area of 1,300sf; Parcel 5 will need a total to the minimum lot area of 8,356sf, resulting in a lot area of 1,644sf; Parcel 6 will need a variance to the minimum lot area of 8,484sf, resulting in a 1,516sf. The property in question is located at 138 Blaize Avenue, Parcel #149M-2-30-009.000; described as Part 47 & 49A, 3rd Ward, Bay St Louis. The property is zoned C-2, Commercial neighborhood District. Recommend approval 4/0

5. Public Forum (Agenda Items Only)

6. City Engineer’s Report

a) City Projects Update

b) Safe Routes to School Grant – Washington street connection to Old Spanish Trail Sidewalk Project

c) Court Street – progress on Court Street, one-way

d) Striping quote for ADA parking in City downtown parking lot

7. Council/New/Old Business

a) 230 Felicity Street complaint

b) Spread MSB contract for collection of Bay Saint Louis Court Department fines and fees

8. Clerk of Council’s Report

a) Documents needed

9. Mayor’s Report

Consent Agenda

a) Travel

Department: Fire

Employee: Ronald Avery, Gary Catalano, Joshua Bell

Date: July 21, 2017 – July 23, 2017

Location: Jackson, MS

Reason for Travel: Training Ops, Decision Making, New Fire Chief I

Sponsoring Organization: State Fire Academy

Registration: -0-

Meals: $180.00

Transportation: City Vehicle

Lodging: $102.00

b) Travel

Department: Fire

Employee: Joshua Bell

Date: August 6, 2017 – August 11, 2017

Reason for Travel: Fire Service Inspector

Sponsoring Organization: Alabama Fire College

Registration: $475.00

Meals: $200.00

Transportation: City Vehicle

Lodging: $396.75

c) Travel

Department: Fire

Employee: Robert Labat, Wayne Hoffmann, Adam Torres

Date: July 30, 2017 – September 21, 2017

Reason for Travel: Firefighter 1001-1-11

Sponsoring Organization: State Fire Academy

Registration: $1500.00

Meals: $2100.00

Transportation: City Vehicle

Lodging: -0-

Discussion

a) Report on Council Minutes

10. City Attorney’s Report

a) Bice/O’Shiro matter – Approval of expert contact with Terry Moran, P.E.

b) Cypress Café Assignment of Lease and Personal Guarantee of Lease Agreement – Spread on Minutes

11. Public Forum

12. Minutes

a) May 23, 2017 Special

b) May 23, 2017

13. Adjourn

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