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City Council Agenda Packet 08-27-2007 AGE A REGULAR MEETING - MO TICELLO CITY COUNCIL Monday August 7, 2007 - 7 p.m. Budget Workshop meeting scheduled for 5 plm. in Council Chambers. Mayor: Clint Herbst Council Members: Wayne Mayer, Tom Perraul" Brian Stumpf and Susie Wojchouski I. Call to Order and Pledge of Allegiance J 2A. Approve minutes of August 13, 2007 Re ar Council Meetmg. 2B. Approve minutes of August 22, 2007 Special Council Meeting - Budget Workshop 3. Consideration of adding items to the agenda. 4. Citizen comments, petitions, requests and concerns. 5. Consent Agenda: A. Consideration of ratifying hires and departures MCC, Liquor Store and Parks. B. Consideration of approving temporary charitable gambling license for Ducks Unlimited for 'C. Consideration of approving Change Order #2 for the Meadow Oaks CSAH 39 Lift Station and Forcemain Improvement Project Ho. 2003-02C. D. Consideration to ratify EDA approval of GMEF Loan No. 026 to Washburn Computer Group. E. Consideration of renewal of pawn shop license for Walt's Pawn Shop. F. Consideration of approval of concept and development stage planned unit development for Quad Development for a commercial plat in a B-4 District, Outlot A of Monticello Business Center 3'd Addition. Applicant: Scott Builders G. Consideration of submitting joint funding resolution to LCCMR. H. Consideration of awarding contract for Tower Drive Improvements, City Project No. 2007-08C. I. Consideration of scheduling a workshop for September 17,2007 on the Public Works Facility and Needs Study. 1. Consideration of approval of a request for a conditional use permit for development stage planned unit development for the proposed Villas at Elm. Applicant: UP Development. Agenda Monticello City Council August 27, 2007 Page 2 K. Consideration of scheduling a workshop for September 10, 2007 at 5 :30 to consider biosolids options. L. Consideration of adding a 16 x 16 open air shelter at West Bridge Park. M. Consideration of request by American Legion for number and placement of off-site directional signs. 6. Consideration of items removed from the consent agenda for discussion. 7. Department Report - Sheriff's Department 8. Consideration of approval of amendment to Chapter 3 of the Monticello Zoning Ordinance regulating the height and area of signs in a freeway overlay zone within a commercial district. 9. Consideration of accepting report on establishing storm sewer utility fund. 10. Consideration of approval of a request to amend the Monticello Zoning Ordinance Chapters 3-2 and 3-5 as relating to the exterior storage and parking of vehicles in a residential district. 11. Consideration of approving payment of bills for August, 2007. 12. Adjourn. Council Minutes: 8/13/07 MINUTES REGULAR MEETING - MONTICELLO CITY COUNCIL Monday August 13, 2007 - 7 p.nt. Mayor: Clint Herbst Council Members: Wayne Mayer, Tom Perrault, Brian Stumpf and Susie Wojchouski 1. Call to Order and Pledl!e of Allel!iance Mayor Herbst called the meeting to order at 7 p.m. and declared a quorum present. The Pledge of Allegiance was said. 2. Approve minutes of Julv 23. 2007 Rel!ular Council Meetinl!. Tom Perrault noted that on item #5E Conditional Use Permit for General Rental, he had seconded the motion and the motion carried unanimously. He also added that he had brought up the stop sign placement at School Boulevard and Fallon Avenue. TOM PERRAULT MOVED TO APPROVE THE MINUTES OF THE JULY 23, 2007 REGULAR MEETING WITH THE CORRECTIONS NOTED. SUSIE WOJCHOUSKI SECONDED THE MOTION. MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY. 3. Consideration of addinl! items to the al!enda. The following items were added to the agenda: 1) Group homes; 2) Riverside Cemetery; 3) Scheduling a workshop of the HRA and EDA; 4) Resignation of Park Superintendent and 5) Audio System. 4. Citizen comments. petitions. reauests and concerns. Kenneth Minder asked to speak on item #51 when that came up on the agenda. 5. Consent Al!enda: A. Consideration of ratifying hires and departures MCC and DMV. Recommendation: Ratify the hires and departures as identified. 8. Consideration of approving temporary charitable gambling license for Church of St. Henry's for September 15-16,2007. Recommendation: Adopt Resolution 2007-61 authorizing the State Gambling Control Board to issue a temporary charitable gambling license to St. Henry's Catholic Church to conduct charitable gambling activities at their fall festival on September 15-16,2007. C. Consideration of approval of temporary liquor license for Church of St. Henry's for September 15-16, 2007. Recommendation: Approve a temporary 3/2 beer license for St. Henry's Catholic Church for September 15-16, 2007. I Council Minutes: 8/13/07 D. Consideration of approving a temporary charitable gambling license for Wright County Ducks Unlimited for September 10, 2007. Recommendation: Adopt Resolution 2007-62 authorizing the State Gambling Control Board to issue a temporary charitable gambling license to Wright County Ducks Unlimited to conduct charitable gambling activities at Jala Peno's at 530 Cedar Street on September 10, 2007. E. Consideration of appointment of election judges to serve at the special election of September IS, 2007. Recommendation: Appoint the following to serve as election judges at the September IS, 2007 Special Election: Gladys Bitzer, Joan Bondhus, Ron Broekemeier, Janet Bromberg, David Carlson, Edith Custer, Rosemary Dahl, Kristi DeMarais, Agnes DeMarais, Jamie Fisher, Richard Doucette, Lynnea Gillham, Kaye Gauthier, Harvey Kendall, Jan Irvine, Arlene McIntire, Florence Mayer, Merrijo Nesland, Judy Moody, Richard Quick, Randy Smith, Darlene Solberg, Rita Soltau, Patricia Sonju- Thielman, Opal Stokes, Sandy Suchy, Jeanette Smith, Diane Wefel, Lorraine Wolff, Gregory Ashfeld. F. Consideration of approving contract for Pay Equity and Comparable Worth study to Sherrie Le. Recommendation: Approve contract with Sherrie Le for contract work covering compensation and personnel policy in the amount of$lS,500 to $19,925. G. REMOVED FROM AGENDA H. Consideration of calling a special meeting for August 22, 2007 at 5:30 to discuss preliminary 200S budget. - Verbal Report. Recommendation: Set a preliminary budget workshop for August 22, 2007 at 5:30. I. Consideration of amendment to Monticello-Big Lake Hospital PUD by shifting pathway connection. Recommendation: Approve the revised preliminary and final plat and the revised development stage planned unit development for the Monticello-Big Lake Hospital, including all previously approved conditions of May 29, 2007, based on a finding that the revisions are consistent with the intent of the original approvals. J. Consideration of approving cost of materials for pathway along pond in Meadow Oakes/Briar Oakes development. Recommendation: Authorize the Public Works Department to remove and replace the pathway along the pond in the Briar Oakes development at an anticipated cost of $9,000 with funds coming from the Pathway Maintenance Fund. K. Consideration of authorizing the final phase for replacement of exterior doors for the Monticello Community Center. Recommendation: Authorize the purchase of five pairs of doors from Structural Glass Products for a cost of$16,295. 1. Consideration of installation of street lighting for Chelsea Road East, City Project No. 2006-31 C. Recommendation: Authorize moving forward with the lighting project for Chelsea Road East and award a contract for the lights to Wright Hennepin Response in the amount of$141,SI6. 2 Council Minutes: 8/13/07 TOM PERRAULT MOVED TO APPROVE THE CONSENT AGENDA WITH THE REMOVAL OF ITEMS #5B, #5D, #5H, #51 AND #51. SUSIE WOJCHOUSKI SECONDED THE MOTION. MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY. 6. Consideration of items removed from the consent aeenda for discussion. #5 B Charitable Gambling License - Church of St Henry's and #5D Charitable Gambling Licensefor Wright County Ducks Unlimited: Wayne Mayer requested that any application for a temporary charitable gambling license be accompanied by a lawful purpose expenditure report. He said in checking with the State Gambling Control Board he found many communities collect some revenue from the charitable gambling licenses. While he was not proposing that the City do that, he did feel it was a reasonable request to have the lawful purpose expenditure report submitted with the application as it gives the City an idea of where the funds are going. The Council concurred that this was a feasible idea and agreed with having the lawful purpose expenditure report submitted with all charitable gambling requests. WAYNE MAYER MOVED TO APPROVE THE TEMPORARY CHARITABLE GAMBLING LICENSE FOR ST. HENRY'S CATHOLIC CHURCH FOR SEPTEMBER 16-16, 2007 AND TO APPROVE THE TEMPORARY CHARITABLE GAMBLING LICENSE FOR WRIGHT COUNTY DUCKS UNLIMITED FOR SPETEMBER 10,2007. AND DIRECT STAFF THAT ANY REQUEST FOR A CHARITABLE GAMBLING LICENSE BE ACCOMPANIED BY A LAWFUL PURPOSE EXPENDITURE REPORT. TOM PERRAULT SECONDED THE MOTION. MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY. Susie Wojchouski wanted clarification on whether the City was asking that the funds be spent within the City limits. Wayne Mayer indicated that he was only asking for the lawful purpose expenditure form to be submitted with the application. #5/: Calling a special meeting for preliminary 2008 budget: Brian Stumpf asked that the proposed date of August 22,2007 be changed to Monday August 20, 2007. It was pointed out that the original date was selected because Mark Ruff, the City's financial consultant would be able to attend. BRIAN STUMPF MOVED TO SET A SPECIAL MEETING OF THE COUNCIL FOR AUGUST 20, 2007 AT 5 P.M. TO REVIEW THE 2008 PRELIMINARY BUDGET. TOM PERRAULT SECONDED THE MOTION. MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY. #5/ Site Plan changes to the Monticello-Big Lake Hospital Planned Unit Development and Preliminary plat Tom Perrault had a question on the location of the pathway. He felt the connection should run along Washington Street. Clint Herbst said because of the grade of the pathway it would be highly unlikely that the pathway would go along Washington. If there was ever a pathway along Washington Street it would not be handicapped accessible. Ken Minder, 812 River Street, is directly adjacent to the parking lot of the Monticello-Big Lake Hospital. He has a number of concerns about the project. One is the drop off in elevation between the two properties and another is the evergreen trees to screen the parking lot from the residences. He didn't realize the scope ofthe hospital project and how it would impact him. The hospital has 24 hour traffic which is disruptive. 3 Council Minutes: 8/13/07 Clint Herbst asked about the fence along the area where the retaining wall is going. He was of the understanding that if the retaining wall is greater than 4' a fence is required. The fence would keep people away from the dropoff area. Bruce Westby felt a fence along that portion of the retaining wall adjacent to the property would be appropriate. It was noted the maximum height of the retaining wall is 4.75. Clint Herbst asked if a 4' retaining wall is the maximum why was this one 4.75. Bruce Westby explained that anything over 4' would have to be an engineered wall. If it is over 4' it would also need a railing. The property owner asked what was meant by a railing. Clint Herbst explained it would be like the fence at Hillside Cemetery. Lynn Olson, speaking for the Monticello Big Lake Hospital indicated the hospital has no problem with making corrections to the wall. The property owner was also concerned about light pollution and that the lighting from the hospital would spill over into the residential area. Wayne Mayer asked how the property owner was getting information on the project. He said he had to contact the City to find out what was going on there. Lynn Olson was asked if the light in the parking lot could have a timer so that it could be turned off after 10:30. Mr. Olson indicated that he would check into that. The Council felt these issues could be worked out between the hospital and property owner. BRIAN STUMPF MOVED TO RECOMMEND APPROVAL OF THE REVISED PRELIMINARY AND FINAL PLAT AND THE REVISED DEVELOPMENT STAGE PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT OF THE MONTICELLO-BIG LAKE HOSPITAL WITH THE CONCERNS NOTED BY THE ADJACENT PROPERTY OWNER BEING INCORPORATED AND INCLUDING ALL PREVIOUSLY APPROVED CONDITIONS OF MAY 29, 2007 BASED ON A FINDING THAT THE REVISIONS ARE CONSISTENT WITH THE INTENT OF THE ORIGINAL APPROVALS. CLINT HERBST SECONDED THE MOTION. MOTION CARRIED WITH TOM PERRAULT VOTING IN OPPOSITION. #5L Street Lightingfor Chelsea Road East: Clint Herbst pulled this item because of concern that they don't know how the development will be laid out on the north side. He suggested putting the line in and installing lights after development takes place. John Simola stated the lights would be 3' behind the curb. If the City deletes things such as lights and hydrants now, it would just add to the cost of the project later. Clint Herbst asked Charlie Pfeffer ifhe had any idea as to spacing needs for the lights. Charlie Pfeffer had met with John Simola and Bruce Westby to discuss the street lighting. On the south side of Chelsea Road they need to make sure there is no conflict with the turn lanes. He felt lights # 10, 12, 16 & 18 on the north side may be could be deferred but he acquiesces to the staff position that the lights go in now because the cost to relocate is nominal. Clint Herbst asked about lighting for the pathway. John Simola suggested increasing the wire size at this time so that pedestrian lighting can be added in the future. The change in wire size could be done as a change order to the project. John Simola will try to bring the cost information for increasing the wire size back at the next meeting. John Simola felt the lights could be in place by late October. Susie Wojchouski asked about funding for this project. Franchise fees and assessments will be used. John Simola stated the cost of the project will be included in the 2008 bond sale. The assessment for the project will be done some time in November. The street lights will be assessed only to the Monticello Industrial Park property and not against the other properties along Chelsea 4 Council Minutes: 8/13/07 Road. WAYNE MAYER MOVED THAT THE CITY COUNCIL MOVE FORWARD WITH THE LIGHTING PROJECT FOR CHELSEA ROAD EAST AND AWARD A CONTRACT FOR THE LIGHTS TO WRIGHT HENNEPIN RESPONSE IN THE AMOUNT OF $141,816 AND TO HAVE JOHN SIMOLA CHECK INTO THE COST OF INCREASING THE WIRE SIZE. BRIAN STUMPF SECONDED THE MOTION. MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLL Y. 7. Public Hearinl! - Consideration of vacation of Fallon Avenue south of Chelsea Road. The vacation of this right of way was discussed as part of the Chelsea Road Project. Bret Weiss showed a sketch ofthe area proposed to be vacated and reviewed the proposed right of way exchange with WSI Industries. Bret Weiss recommended that the Council conduct the public hearing and then table action on the vacation. The reason for tabling the action was that the City Attorney wanted to do some research to determine that no other property owner had an interest in the right-of-way being vacated. Mayor Herbst opened the public hearing. There was no one present who spoke for or against the proposed vacation. Mayor Herbst closed the public hearing. BRIAN STUMPF MOVED TO TABLE ACTION ON THE V ACA TION OF THE FALLON AVENUE RIGHT -OF- WAY. TOM PERRAULT SECONDED THE MOTION. MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY. 8. Public Hearinl! on 6th Street Pedestrian Facility Improvements. City Project No. 2006-28C. City Engineer, Bruce Westby reviewed some of the items the Council noted at the previous meeting on this item. There were two items the Council had asked staff to research: I) the grade on the west side of the property between Vine and Elm and 2) the assessment for the improvement. They also looked at whether to go with retaining walls or a graded slope. Bruce Westby showed sketches of the sites with a retaining wall and with the graded slope. Since one resident who had children expressed concern about the safety of a retaining wall, it was suggested that in that situation the slope be graded. Grading the slope would require moving the shrubs further back. There was some discussion on changing the width of the sidewalk to 5' instead of 6'. The City has been using a 6' width because the equipment is set up for that width. In this case, Bruce Westby said regardless of the size of the sidewalk, the shrubs would have to be relocated. Another question was where the mailboxes would be located and Bruce Westby indicated they would have to go to the other side of the street. On sites where the grade was not as severe it was proposed to merely slope the grade. Brian Stumpf felt whether the City puts in a retaining wall or slopes the grade, the City should do whatever has the least impact to the property owner. 5 Susie Wojchouski asked why the sidewalk didn't go across Minnesota Street and down 5 Y, Street. Clint Herbst said they are putting the sidewalk where the people are. Brian Stumpf said he hadthought about having the sidewalk on Minnesota Street. However, when Ruffs property develops there will be a lot of foot traffic from that area. Susie Wojchouski asked how many residents would be paying for the $158,000 project. There are II properties that Council Minutes: 8/13/07 abut the proposed sidewalk. If the II properties share the 25% cost it would come to approximately $3,500 per parcel. The Council had talked about extending the sidewalk benefit area for the assessment. Mayor Herbst opened the public hearing. Benjamin Miller/Jessica Hanson 707 West 6th Street registered concerns about the cost of the project, loss of their yard, loss of privacy and increased foot traffic in the area. She noted that only one person in the area was in favor of the project. She didn't feel that the project would benefit them. She questioned if the regrading would require them to relocate their sprinkler system. She also questioned whether the City had studied the cost difference between putting the pathway on Minnesota Street or 6th Street. She felt more study needed to be done. Gary Anderson was asked about permits for sprinkler systems and whether sprinkler systems were allowed to be placed in the right-of-way. Gary Anderson said as the ordinance is written it does allow them to be placed in the right-of-way. The ordinance is proposed to be amended to require a permit in order to place a sprinkler system in the right of way. John Simola noted if the sprinkler is in the right of way the city does not have to relocate it but ifthe city goes on private property to reslope it the city would be responsible for relocating the sprinkler system. Don Doran, 515 Maple Street stated when the sidewalk was put in 1991 on the north side of 6th Street an effort was made not to sacrifice any trees in the course of the project. Nonetheless the trees died off because of the sidewalk being there. He cautioned them that what was good in the short term was not necessarily good in the long term. He was concerned that the snow removal program could damage the boulevard trees. Clint Herbst asked if this segment of sidewalk was going on the grid system and whether it would be maintained by the City. John Simola indicated it was. Ron Peters, 503 West 6th Street wanted to verify that those who already had sidewalk would not be included in the assessment for this project. Clint Herbst said what may not look like a good improvement today may be an amenity in the future. In looking at the area the staff felt tree loss due to the project would be minimal. John Simola said the City would like to keep a minimum of a 5' boulevard for snow removal reasons. Mayor Herbst closed the public hearing. Wayne Mayer questioned the cost of the project and how the assessment should be split. He asked what property area the assessment would cover and whether this information would come back to the Council. Bruce Westby will look for any additional means to trim costs from the project. Clint Herbst asked if the Public Works Staff could construct the retaining walls. Bret Weiss noted that if the City increases the scope of the area then they may have to conduct another public hearing covering the inclusion of those properties. The time frame for this project is to have construction done in 2008. SUSIE WOJCHOUSKI MOVED TO TABLE THIS PROJECT TO RESEARCH THE ASSESSMENT ISSUE AND BRING IT BACK TO THE COUNCIL. WAYNE MAYER SECONDED THE MOTION. MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY. 6 Council Minutes: 8/13/07 9. Consideration of pension increase for Firefil!hters Relief Association. The Volunteer Firefighters Relief Association was asking the Council to consider an increase in their pension benefits. Brian Stumpf stated that as a vested member of the relief association he would be abstaining from voting on this item. Brad Fyle, 501 3rd Street, secretary for the Firefighters Relief Association spoke regarding the pension increase. He reported that Firefighters Relief Association is getting closer to the point where the relief association will have 110% of assets compared to liabilities and then will be able to set a pension level without getting approval from the Council. However, they are not at that point yet and therefore are requesting council approval for an increase in the pension benefit. The assets ofthe relief association are comprised primarily of state aids and investment income. Bret Weiss noted that state funding comes from 2% of each person's insurance premium going into a fund which the state then distributes. Wayne Mayer asked which of the three figures presented $3,900, $3,925 or $3,950 would be better as far as bringing the relief association closer to the point where assets exceed liability. Wayne Mayer did not want a pension increase to hinder or extend the time frame wherein the relief association would be able to set their own pension amount. Wayne Mayer said he would like to see a little more information on how any increase affects the time frame for the association being able to set their own pension. WAYNE MAYER MOVED TO GRANT A PENSION INCREASE TO $3,950 PER YEAR OF SERVICE FOR THE FIREFIGHTER RELIEF ASSOCIATION. CLINT HERBST SECONDED THE MOTION. In further discussion, Tom Perrault stated he would not be voting for a pension increase as he would like the relief association to be self-sustaining. He wants the relief association to be where they can manage their own pension system. Susie Wojchouski concurred with that. Wayne Mayer asked if next year the relief association could provide information on what the impact of each of the figures requested would have. Clint Herbst said the goal is to have the Finance Director sit down with firefighters relief association and look at this in detail. UPON VOTE BEING TAKEN, MOTION CARRIED WITH TOM PERRAULT VOTING IN OPPOSITION AND BRIAN STUMPF ABSTAINING. 10. Department Report - Steve Joerl!. Fire Chief. Fire Chief Steve Joerg reported on fire department activity for the last quarter and activity since the last report. 72 calls were received last quarter with 45 of the calls being within the city limits. There have been 50 calls since July 1 st. The Fire Department has gotten their new air packs and has been training with them. They have also purchased a smoke machine. The Fire Department has established a building committee and an engine committee. An open house is scheduled for September 29th. John Simola stated that the City has been watering the trees they have planted. The Fire Department is supplying a man to assist with this and John Simola expressed his appreciation for that. 7 Council Minutes: 8/13/07 Wayne Mayer asked if they get called by th County for storm watching. Steve Joerg indicated they do and they go to predeterrni ed spots to watch. 11. Review of Public Works Needs and Facility Studv. City Proiect No. 2006-14C and consideration of schedulin!! special workshop meetin!!. John Simola reported that staff and Council representative Tom Perrault had worked with the architectural firm of Kodet Architectural Group to prepare the Public Works Needs and Facility Study. The study covers the needs of the Public Works department for the next 10 years, 20 years and 40 years. At the present time the Public Works has 10 acres of land that is used and the plan recommends between 20-30 buildable acres. Ed Kodet and Mike Schellin from the firm gave a presentation outlining the existing site and building and the proposals for the future. In preparing the report the committee had toured other public works facilities and he compared those facilities with Monticello's. One of the key areas of a public works building is the vehicle storage area and the maintenance area. It was felt by the task force that all equipment should be stored inside. The report indicated that the City would need approximately a 20-30 acre buildable site, preferable square or rectangular in shape. He provided costs for three different levels: Level 1 was $11,700, 000; Level 2 was between $13,360,000 Level 3 was $14,968,000. The group has looked at sites trying to find one that would be centrally located and fairly level but have not found any satisfactory sites. Ed Kodet noted that vehicle storage area is the easiest area to expand. The Council directed staff to submit several possible dates for scheduling a workshop. WAYNE MAYER MOVED TO ACCEPT THE PUBLIC WORKS NEED STUDY SUBMITTED BY KODET ARCHITECTURAL GROUP AND TO SCHEDULE A WORKSHOP WITHIN THE NEXT TWO TO FOUR WEEKS. TOM PERRAULT SECONDED THE MOTION. MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY. 12. Consideration of acceptin!! feasibility report for constructin!! an off-road pathwav alon!! Fallon Avenue to School Boulevard. Bruce Westby stated that the feasibility report was authorized at the last meeting. This pathway was requested by residents in the Klein Farms development. The pathway alignment that was chosen runs west along Fallon A venue. This pathway would not be affected by a future reconstruction of Fallon Avenue. They also look at alternative segments which included two existing trail easements that run through Pioneer Park. The cost estimates in the report are for full construction, contingencies and indirect fees. Cost is estimated at $114,000 for the segment outlined in Figure A-I. This pathway would extend from Farmstead on the south to School Boulevard. Staff was asking Council to accept the feasibility report and authorize preparation of plans and specifications for the primary alignment. Brian Stumpf asked about the availability of grants. The Safe Route to School was one possibility but their grant cycle didn't coincide with the timing of the project as it is proposed to have this pathway constructed this year. 8 Council Minutes: 8113/07 Robert Sauer, 4963 Park Drive stated his baCk yard abuts the pathway west of Fallon. He has concerns about the safety of the children using the pathway. He noted there is a lot of fast moving traffic on Fallon Avenue. There is less visibility on this route which is also hazardous. He suggested going on Farmstead up to School Boulevard. He didn't think the distance going along Farmstead rather than Fallon was that great. Jeff O'Neill stated that the Fallon Avenue area was identified a long time ago and that money should be available in the pathway fund for this project. The people have already paid pathway fees to have a trail in this area. BRIAN STUMPF MOVED TO ACCEPT THE FEASIBILITY STUDY FOR CITY PROJECT NO, 2007-l2C AND TO AUTHORIZE PREPARATION OF PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS FOR THE FALLON AVENUE PATHWAY IMPROVEMENTS AS SHOWN IN FEASIBILITY REPORT FIGURE A.!. Wayne Mayer asked about the east/west segments. Bruce Westby said that the recommendation at this time is to just do the north/south segment. Brian Stumpf indicated his motion was for the A-I segment only. WAYNE MAYER SECONDED THE MOTION. Tom Perrault thought he would like to see the pathway through Pioneer Park (A-3) be bid as an alternate. Bret Weis said as you get up into the park area that pathway would be gone if Fallon Avenue was reconstructed. The Council expressed concern about this statement since at the previous meeting the Council was told that the pathway would not be affected by the reconstruction of Fallon Avenue. Bruce Westby stated that approximately 500 feet would have to be removed Brian Stumpf withdrew his motion. Clint Herbst asked the time frame for putting in the sewer line. If it is 10 years or more before the sewer line goes in he felt the City would get its money worth out of the pathway. Brett Weiss indicated the life ofa pathway is about 15 years. Bruce Westby noted that including segment A-3 would add approximately $24,000 to the project costs. WAYNE MAYER MOVED TO ACCEPT THE FEASIBLITY STUDY FOR CITY PROJECT NO. 2007-l2C AND TO AUTHORIZE PREPARATION OF PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS FOR THE F ALLON AVENUE P A THW A Y IMPROVEMENTS AS SHOWN IN FEASIBILITY REPORT FIGURE-l Tom Perrault suggested including the EastIW est segment on A-3 being bid as an alternate and also bidding that portion of A-I north of Pioneer Park as an alternate. CLINT HERBST SECONDED THE MOTION AS ORIGINALLY MADE. MOTION CARRIED WITH TOM PERRAULT VOTING IN OPPOSITION. 13. Consideration of recommendation on placement of four-way stop at School Boulevard and Fallon Avenue. Bruce Westby stated that they had received a petition from 171 residents in the Klein Farms/Cardinal Hills area requesting placement of a four way stop at the intersection of Fallon 9 Council Minutes: 8/13/07 Avenue and School Boulevard. Little Mountain Elementary School also requested the four way stop. It was noted that during the construction of the CSAH 18/1-94 interchange this intersection was temporarily a four way stop. Bruce Westby reported that the intersection does meet the warrants for a four way stop. It was noted that a crossing guard will be placed at the four way stop during school hours. Wayne Mayer asked about the four way stop at Edmonson and School Boulevard and whether it met warrants. Clint Herbst asked when the four way stop would be placed at Taco's Johns intersection and was informed that it has been installed. Roger Odell, 4788 Diamond Drive, stated that it is almost impossible to walk the streets it is so dangerous. He believes the safety of the children is worth the cost of the pathway construction. Joe Dockendorf from Little Mountain Elementary School clarified the crossing guards at the four way stop would be students but they would be supervised by adults. SUSIE WOJCHOUSKI MOVED TO DIRECT STAFF TO REVISE THE INTERSECTION CONTROL SIGNING AT SCHOOL BOULEVARD AND FALLON A VENUE TO AN ALL- WAY STOP WITHIN FIVE WORKING DAYS. TOM PERRAULT SECONDED THE MOTION. MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY. 14. Consideration of report on number of double drivewavs in Core Street Proiect Area and recommendation on assessment policv for double drivewavs and authorize adiustments to previouslv assessed double drivewavs if a chanl!e in policv is made. For the 2007 Street Reconstruction Project the Council modified the assessment policy changing the policy so that existing homes having multiple driveways would be assessed a single assessment. Previously the Council directed staff to look at the particular properties that had been assessed for a double driveway on the previous reconstruction projects. Bret Weiss reported that in 2003 all the multiple assessment were for duplexes; in 2004 there were no assessments for a dual driveways, in 2005 there five properties that were assessed; in 2006 none; and in 2007 there are five properties that would be affected. Items for consideration 1) How would the Council like to address the rental houses; 2) Should the width for the second driveway be restricted; 3) Should the city require a paved or non-erosive surface for the second driveway. Clint Herbst felt in 2005 the property at 900 river Street West should be assessed for two driveways. The rest of the assessments for multiple driveways should be withdrawn. Clint Herbst stated the City had received a letter from Daryl Tindle regarding his driveway. Bret Weis responded that the outlot was a non-buildable lot and was not proposed to be assessed but there was a driveway on the other side. The second driveway could be limited to 14' or something less than the 24' standard. Brian Stumpffelt that the City was dealing with a small number of multiple driveways, he didn't feel the need to require that the second driveway be paved. There was discussion on whether the restoration cost for a 2nd driveway should be assed. Dan Kellas, 1803 West River Street has an U-shaped driveway which he believes from previous discussion would be grandfathered in but he did want verification that he would not be assessed for the second driveway unless it was rental property like a duplex. 10 Council Minutes: 8/13/07 Bret Weiss said the City is not allowing any 2nd driveways to be constructed but this would be the policy for existing structures with a second idriveway. TOM PERRAULT MOVED FOR RESIDENCES WITH MORE THAN ONE DRIVEWAY THAT THEY BE ASSESSD FOR ONLY ONE DRIVEWAY; THE SECOND DRIVEWAY WOULD BE RESTRICTED TO A WIDTH OF 14', CITY WILL PAY RESTORATION COSTS FOR ANYTHING UP TO 24', ANTHING OVER 24' WILL BE ASSESSED TO THE HOMEOWNER; IF THERE ARE TWO DRIVEWAYS FOR RENTAL HOUSING THE SECOND DRIVEWAY WILL BE ASSESSED. SUSIE WOJCHOUSKI SECONDED THE MOTION. MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY. 15. Review of proposal from CHI to reduce liquidated damal!:es and repaint water tower at Jefferson Commons. City Proiect No. 2004-30C. John Simola reviewed the contract history for this project. The Council had voted to suspend liquidated damages from final completion until June I, 2007 and if the tower was not in operation by March 15, 2007 liquidated damages would be retroactive to December 1, 2006. The final punch list items were not completed until July 27,2007 which was almost two months after the June 1, 2007 completion date. There was also a question on the logos. The contractor scaled the logo based on a sketch drawing. CBI had not submitted shop drawings for the logo design. The City is retaining $22,000 for the logo work. John Simola and Tim Grinstead from Bonestroo, Rosene & Anderlik recommended not reducing the liquidated damages but reduce the retainage from $22,000 to $18,000. Brian Stumpf asked ifthe City could ask the contractor to fix the logo. John Simola they could do it. He added that the $22,000 covers inspection costs as well. The cost to redo the logo according to CBI would be $10,000. Brian Stumpf stated when he made the motion in December it was that liquidated damages were to be collected if the contractor did not meet the specified completion date and he believes the contractor has not met the deadline. There was some discussion on which option the City should take on the liquidated damages. WAYNE MAYER MOVED TO NOT REDUCE THE LIQUIDATED DAMAGES FROM THE $45,500 CLAIMED FOR 2006 BUT TO REDUCE THE RETAINAGE FOR THE LOGOS FROM $22,000 TO $18,000. SUSIE WOJCHOUSKI SECONDED THE MOTION. Brian Stumpf asked what the impact the liquidated damage option the City selects would have if the matter goes into litigation. Sam Edmonds, legal counsel, said it was difficult to give an answer as to whether it would end up in litigation. Wayne Mayer said going with alternative #1 would not preclude the City from going to alternative #2 if it does end up in legal action. UPON VOTE BEING TAKEN, THE MOTION CARRIED WITH TOM PERRAULT VOTING IN OPPOSITION. 11 Council Minutes: 8/13/07 16. Consideration of waivinl!: deposit for conditional use permit application allowinl!: impound lot. Applicant: Mark Olson/Olson Electric. Angela Schumann, the Community Development Coordinator, sununarized what had taken place regarding the application for a conditional use permit for 19 Sandberg Road. She noted that a conditional use permit had been granted for this site in 1994 but had lapsed due to non-use. A new conditional use permit needs to be established for the site. Any application for a conditional use permit requires a deposit to cover fees related to the review of the application plans. In this case the required deposit is $2,000. Mark Olson, 19 Sandberg Road, spoke explaining the situation with the conditional use permit. He stated that the agenda item makes him out to look like a bad guy. He asked what the $2,000 deposit was for because nothing had changed as far as the plans. His question was not so much to waive the fees but to get an idea of what the costs are for the application review. He expressed his concern about not getting a complete explanation of what the deposit was for. He reiterated that nothing had changed from his plan now than what was in place in 1994 except that some Class V had been hauled in. Jeff O'Neill explained the policy for plan review. The deposit is to protect the City if the project is reviewed by appropriate staff such as planner, engineer, etc but the project does not actually develop. Without the deposit the City incurs all the review expense with no assured means of getting reimbursed by the developer. He said the City cannot tell what the charges will be for review until they get a complete set of plans from the applicant. John Simola added that things change over 13 years and what was allowed then, may not be allowed now. Mark Olson countered arguing that when he is asked to give a price on work to be done, the person would not accept a lump sum figure with the statement that I can't give you any better idea of the cost until I do the work. He questioned why the City could not be a little more detailed in their cost estimates. He indicated that because Jerry's Towing is anxious to utilize the space, he would be proceeding with the conditional use permit application. WAYNE MAYER MOVED TO DENY WAIVER OF PLANNING APPLICATION REVIEW DEPOSIT. TOM PERRAULT SECONDED THE MOTION. MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY. The Council by consensus okayed the waiving of the deadline for accepting this conditional use permit application. 17. Consideration of application for pawn shop license at 1219 TH 25. Applicant: Mike Helms The pawn shop located at 1219 TH 25 is in the process of being sold. The new owner submitted an application for a pawn shop license. The City has experienced problems with the pawn shop operation most notably with aps system and their non-compliance to the conditions of a conditional use permit that was issued for outdoor storage and outdoor sales and display. Although the property owner was informed of the items needed to be corrected, the property is still in non-compliance. Under the ordinance regulating pawn shops, a license 12 Council Minutes: 8/13/07 can be denied or suspended if the proposed use does not comply with applicable zoning codes. The Council felt it was important that the terms ofthe conditional use permit be met and did not feel this was something that should be carried over. BRIAN STUMPF MOVED TO TABLE ACTION ON THE PAWNSHOP LICENSE APPLICATION UNTIL SUCH TIME AS THE SITE IS BROUGHT INTO COMPLIANCE. TOM PERRAULT SECONDED THE MOTION. MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY. Added Items: EDA/HRA Workshop: Economic Development Director, Ollie Koropchak was directed to set up a workshop meeting with the EDA, HRA, Planning Commission and Council relating to the EDAlHRA merger and discussion of downtown redevelopment. Brian Stumpf noted he will be gone the week of August 28th. Group Homes: Tom Perrault stated that he has received a number of questions about group homes. He stated the Planning Commission had addressed this at their meeting and that copies of this information is available at City Hall if anyone is interested. Riverside Cemetery: Tom Perrault complimented Public Works staff on the nice job that was done on the southwest comer of the cemetery. He also commended Seth Nelson on the excellent job he has done as Parks Superintendent. Park Superintendent Position: Clint Herbst stated that since the resignation of Seth Nelson, the Personnel Commission has met and reviewed this position. The Personnel Committee will be moving toward opening this position to internal applicants. The Council will review the internal applicants and the make a determination on whether to appoint someone from inside the organization or advertise the position. John Simola asked that during this period until a new Park Superintendent is in place that Tom Pawelk be appointed interim Superintendent. TOM PERRAULT MOVED TO APPOINT TOM P A WELK INTERIM PARK SUPERINTENDENT UNTIL SUCH TIME AS A NEW PARK SUPERINTENDENT IS APPOINTED. BRIAN STUMPF SECONDED THE MOTION. MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY. Audio System: Clint Herbst stated that he had been informed that at one time the City had one of the best audio systems. Apparently some of that equipment is no longer in the facility and he asked that staff provide an update on what happened to this equipment. 18. Consideration of approvim!: payment of bills for AUl!:ust:. 2007. TOM PERRAULT MOVED TO APPROVE PAYMENT OF THE BILLS. WAYNE MAYER SECONDED THE MOTION. MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY. 13 Council Minutes: 8/13/07 19. Adiourn. The meeting adjourned at 11 :20 p.m. Recording Secretary 14 MINUTES SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING Wednesday, August 22, 2007 - 5:30 p.m. Members Present: Wayne Mayer, Tom Perrault, Brian Stumpf and Susie Wojchouski. Members Absent: Clint Herbst Others Present: Rick Wolfsteller, Jeff O'Neill, Tom Moores, Tom Pawelk, Matt Theisen, Ollie Koropchak, Kitty Baltos, Paula Mastey, Dawn Grossinger, Annie Zimmerman, Gary Anderson, Tom Kelly, Steve Joerg and Cathy Shuman. 1. Call to Order: Acting Mayor Brian Stumpf called the meeting to order and declared a quorum present. The purpose of the special meeting was to consider the preliminary 2008 budget. 2. Preliminary budl!:et for 2008. Mark Ruff from Ehlers and Associates spoke generally about the budget process and the policies the City should consider in their financial planning. Policy #1 - Instead of having the budget as an annual event, this policy would focus on multi- year budgeting with the emphasis on where the City wants to be within that budget period. Although planning is done for several years, each year the budget plan would be updated for that specific year to reflect factors that were not be anticipated. Review of proposed expenditures would also be done every year. He talked about the capital improvement plan stating it should not be a consultant driven plan but should be initiated by the Council. Policy #2 - Relates to having a balanced budget of revenues and expenditures. Cash should not be used to fund operating costs as it can affect the City's bond rating. In addition as reserves are spent down, larger fee and tax increases will be required to fund operations. Policy #3 - Utility trunk funds should not be used to help fund the general fund expenditures except for expenditures for overhead for staff and buildings. Policy #4 - Debt should be used for larger projects and infrastructure needs. Debt portion of the tax levy should be limited to a specific percent no more than 20%-30%. Policy #S - Cash can be used for capital expenditures that are not annual expenditures. Mark Ruff said these are policy considerations that should be looked at every time the budget is done. They are basically sound financial principles that the City should be looking at. Mark Ruff said in the budget process it is too easy to push necessary expenditures off. If the Council wants to keep the current tax levy then some projects will have to be deferred. Mark Ruff suggested the Council discuss and consider the implications of the proposed policies. In December when the final budget is adopted, the Council may wish to formalize some or all of these policies to be used in financial planning for the city. Brian Stumpf asked if the City maintains the same tax levy as they did in the past few years, how many years would it be before the reserves are used up and taxes have to increase. Rick W olfsteller responded stating that it is practice to have Y, of the annual budget in cash reserves to cover operating costs until the tax settlement comes in. He added that certain funds are dedicated to specific uses and cannot be used to fund general operating expenses. These funds include tax increment financing and debt service funds derived from the prepayment of assessments. If revenue and expenditures remain the same the reserve could be spent down in 4-5 years and you would then be looking at a $3,000,000 to $4,000,000 tax levy increase. Jeff O'Neill asked if the Council felt these were sound policies that they would feel comfortable with. The consensus of the Council was that they needed more time to mull over the policies before determining which policies should be utilized. Rick Wolfsteller said the City already does some multi-year planning and cited the capital outlay plan as example of that. He also pointed out that with the exception oflast year the budget has been done with a balance budget approach. Rick Wolfsteller stated that to get to the size tax levy that the Council wanted $300,000 was used from cash reserve to balance the budget. He also felt because of the lower number of building permits being issued, the City might be short another $200,000-$300,000 in revenues. Mark Ruff felt that Monticello was fortunate to have under- budgeted and have a good amount of reserves built up. However, he added that does not mean that will always be the case. The preliminary 2008 budget was distributed. The budget that was submitted was in a different format from previous years. The preliminary budget is based on a balance budget with no funds to be used from reserve or sewer and water trunk funds. Electric franchise utility fee was not used. The franchise fee will be used only for street lighting projects and not to fund the general fund expenditures. As far as revenue sources the biggest drop will be in building permit revenue and Rick Wolfsteller expected that it would be $300,000 less than projected. He noted a larger budget increase in the street fund since there were a number of pieces of equipment budgeted for as well as projects such as sealcoating. Brian Stumpf asked how many years the City still had to provide fire protection to the township. Rick Wolfsteller indicated it was about four years. Rick Wolfsteller reviewed a number of items that affected the levy increase: I) Use of the electric franchise fee for funding of general fund expenditures in the amount of $280,000; 2) Use of sewer and water reserves for debt payments in the amount of$667,300; 3) Additional levy for 1-94 bond at $84,600; 4) $283,000 of reserve funds were used to balance the budget in 2007. No reserve funds are proposed to be used in 2008; 5) General overall increase in operating funds $399,000 and 6) Lower revenue (primarily reduced number of building permits) $293,000. The total of these six items is $2,007,000. Rick Wolfsteller noted a sheet in the preliminary budget that was a tax comparison for city taxes for 2006,2007 and projected 2008. In 2007 there was an increase of 19% in market value and the City cut their tax levy resulting in a significant lowering of the city tax. Rick Wolfsteller emphasized that if the Council is committed to keeping the tax levy low, the Council has to determine what projects or services they will cut. They will also have to determine how that will impact the use of the five policies that were proposed. Jeff O'Neill noted that there has been no increase in city staff during the period of growth that the city experienced and he felt staff has been utilized to the maximum. He submitted a list of project to the Council that should be prioritized. Rick Wolfsteller said for the past 8-9 years l the money from the tax levy and Y, from sewer utility fees were used to payoff the bond debt for the wastewater treatment plant. Last year the city used only trunk fees and it propose4 that this year the wastewater treatment plant debt would be funded again through trunk fees. . Of the $38,000,000 in reserves approximately $9,000,000 is not allocated for a specific use. Rick Wolfsteller noted that there has been some growth for the City but not much has been in the residential area. With the change in valuation for Xcel the City could lose 8%-9% of valuation but the reduction in valuation is proposed to be phased in; 20% reduction in 2008; 50% in 2009 and 100% in 2010. The County Assessor indicated market value went up 10% and market capacity rate went up 7 %%. The increase in valuation is split 50-50 between new growth and market value inflation adjustment. A second workshop on the budget is scheduled for Monday, August 27, 2007 at 5 p.m. At this time the Council indicated they were not prepared to discuss the preliminary budget since they had just received the document. The preliminary budget and levy must be adopted by September 15th. The Council can go lower than the preliminary budget and tax levy amount but cannot increase the preliminary amount. Rick Wolfsteller brought up the issue of a bond sale. He noted that Cedar Street/Dundas Road, the 2007 Core Street Project, Chelsea Road (Mills Fleet Farm) and the deficit for the 1- 94 project would bring the bond sale amount to somewhere between $5,000,000 and $7,000,000. Ifbonds are sold it will add to the tax levy in the future Susie W ojchouski asked when the budgeting was done for the projects listed that were not included in the 2008 budget. Mark Ruff said expansion of the wastewater treatment plant would not be paid for with general taxes. In a multi-year budget the City would be determining which projects would be done using general taxes and which things would be funded by assessments or trunk funds. It was noted that in the past equipment and projects had been listed in the capital outlay fund now more of these are being incorporated within the department budget. This results in a larger department budget amount. 3. Adiourn. SUSIE WOJCHUSKl MOVED TO CONTINUE THE WORKSHOP MEETING UNTIL MONDAY, AUGUST 27, 2007 AT 5 PM. TOM PERRAULT SECONDED THE MOTION. MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY. Recording Secretary Council Agenda: 8/27/07 SA. Consideration of approvinl! new hires and departures for MCC. LiQuor Store and Parks. (JO) A. REFERENCE AND BACKGROUND: The Council is asked to ratifY the hiring and departures of employees that have occurred recently at the MCC, Liquor Store and Parks. It is recommended that the Council officially ratifY the hirin~departure of all new employees including part-time and seasonal workers. B. ALTERNATIVE ACTIONS: 1. RatifY the hirin~departures of the employees as identified on the attached list. C. SUPPORTING DATA: List of new employees. NEW EMPLOYEES Name Title Department Hire Date Class Richard Scanlon Clerk/Stocker Liquor Store 08/15/07 PT Tristan Milstien Clerk/Stocker Liquor Store 08/15/07 PT Sarah Jones Water Safety Ins MCC 08/06/07 PT Noah Emanuel Climb Wall All MCC 08/02107 PT TERMINATING EMPLOYEES Name Seth Nelson Reason Department Parks Last Day Class 08/17/07 FT voluntary employee councillist.xls: 8/22/2007 Council Agenda: 8/27/07 5B. Consideration of approvinl! a temporarvcharitable l!amblinl! license for Ducks Unlimited Chapter 256. 10) A. REFERENCE AND BACKGROUND: Ducks Unlimited Chapter 256 has applied for a permit for a temporary charitable gambling license to conduct a raffle at Vintage Grill located at 101 Chelsea Road East on October 16, 2007. In order for the State Gambling Control Board to issue this temporary gambling license, a resolution by the City either approving or denying the application needs to be submitted with their application. In the past the City has not opposed these exempt gambling licenses for charitable events. B. ALTERNATIVE ACTIONS: 1. Adopt a resolution authorizing the State Gambling Control Board to issue the charitable gambling license to Ducks Unlimited, Chapter 256 to conduct charitable gambling activities at Vintage Grill, 101 Chelsea Road East on October 16,2007. 2. Do not approve the charitable gambling license request. C. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Staff is not aware of any reason why the Council would not allow the State to issue this gambling license. D. SUPPORTING DATA: Resolution approving charitable gambling license. Financial Information CITY OF MONTICELLO RESOLUTION NO. 2007-65 RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF A TEMPORARY GAMBLING LICENSE WHEREAS, Ducks Unlimited, Chapter 256 has submitted an application to the City Council of Monticello for a temporary charitable gambling license to conduct gambling activities the Vintage Grill located at 101 Chelsea Road East on October 16, 2007; and WHEREAS, the Council is not opposed to the gambling license being issued by the State Gambling Control Board, NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOL VED BY THE CITY COUNCIL that the application by Ducks Unlimited, Chapter 256 for a temporary charitable gambling license to conduct gambling activities at the Vintage Grill located at 101 Chelsea Road Eat on October 16, 2007 is hereby approved and the State Gambling Control Board is authorized to process the application. Adopted by the Monticello City Council this 27th day of August, 2007. 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"!:" ~~ '~-,....~ OUtl ()('"{"..\4 May,'lO!I"/ ".:! ;.v~ [-;-:l "---,~ :JQU!tsO)l NJQJ. :UJOAd €:t>vv8Z€:Ol8~ CLV'JD) 60:9~:5~ ~Z.80.LOOZ s ~O E e6lid Ja6u!ssoJ~ UMBO :0.1 Council Agenda: 8/27/07 5C. Approve Chanl!:e Order No.2 for the Meadow Oaks and CSAH 39 Lift Stations and Forcemain Improvements Proiect (City of Monticello Proiect No. 2003-02C) A. REFERENCE AND BACKGROUND: Start-up of the Meadow Oaks Lift Station was completed on December 7,2006. For several months after start-up, the City was experiencing nuisance tripping of the starters, resulting in alarms and call-outs by City Public Works staff. Several times when the starters tripped, City staff were unable to get the pumps restarted without completely shutting down power and then restarting. Similar problems occurred with the CSAH 39 Lift Station, which was started up in April 2007, as well as with the Chelsea Road Lift Station, which was constructed as a separate project. Based on the fault codes displayed on the control panel, the nuisance tripping of the starters was a result of incoming line parameters (variations in voltage from the utility). Maintaining operation of the pumps when the starters tripped was a concern of City Public Works staff. Consequently, control panel modifications were made to the Meadow Oaks Lift Station, the CSAH 39 Lift Station, and the Chelsea Road Lift Station in order to allow City staff to operate the pumps ifi'when a starter trips. The modifications included installation of switches to allow manual bypassing of the starters. Operation of the bypass switches would only be done in an "emergency condition" if City staff are unable to reset the starters or if the starters continuously trip out after being reset. Barbarossa and Sons, Inc. has agreed to complete these modifications to the lift station control panels for a lump sum cost of$2,758.35. B. ALTERNATIVE ACTIONS: 1. Approve Change Order No.2 in the amount of$2,758.35 for Barbarossa and Sons, Inc. to provide soft start bypass switches for the lift station control panels to allow City staffto run the lift stations in an emergency operation, if the starters trip off. 2. Do not approve Change Order No.2. C. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: It is the recommendation of the City Administrator and Public Works Director that Change Order No. 2 in the amount of$2,758.35 be approved for payment. D. SUPPORTING DATA: Change Order No. 2 Letter from WSB & Associates, Inc. C'DocumeJ1tsarui SetlinfPw.....gross/Jrger'LccllI Sellillgs'Temporory lmernetFilesLOLKB3'''-/GN lTM_AppI'OveC01-082707.MC A WSB &: A3SOCiates. Inc:. Infrastructure _ Engineering _ Planning _ Construction 701 Xenia Avenue South Suite 300 Minneapolis, MN 55416 Tel: 763541-4800 Fax: 763541.1700 August 21,2007 Honorable Mayor and City Council City of Monticello 505 Walnut Street, Suite I Monticello, MN 55362 Re: Tower Drive Improvements Street and Appurtenant Work City of Monticello Project No. 2007-08C WSB Project No. 1627-78 Dear Mayor and Council Members: Bids were received for the above-referenced project on Tuesday, August 21, 2007, and were opened and read aloud. Ten bids were received. The bids were checked for mathematical accuracy and tabulated. Please find enclosed the bid tabulation indicating the low bidder as Doboszenski & Sons, Inc., Loretto, Minnesota, in the amount of $108,773.60. The Engineer's Estimate was $147,000.00. We recommend that the City Council consider these bids and award a contract to Doboszenski & Sons, Inc., based on the results of the bids received. Sincerely, WSB & Associates, Inc. -2. ~J/-v - Timo y C. Hanson, PE Senior Project Manager Enclosures cc: Doboszenski & Sons, Inc. srb K'iOJ627.78IAd"'inIConstnocli"" Ad_ILTR RECMMDTN_hmec_081J07-sig1led.doc BID TABULATION SUMMARY PROJECT: Tower Drive Improvements Street and Appurtenant Work City of Monticello Project No. 2007-08C LOCATION: City of Monticello, MN WSB PROJECT NO.: 1627-78 Bids Opened: Tuesday, August 21, 2007 at 10:00 a.m. Contractor Bid Security Addendum Received Grand Total Bid 1 Doboszenski & Sons, Inc. X X $108,773.60 2 Dennis Fehn Gravel & Excavating, Inc. X X $116,663.37 3 Rum River Contracting Co. X X $117,398.81 4 Breitbach Construction Co., Inc. X X $120,113.93 5 New Look Contracting, Inc. X X $120,832.00 6 Knife River X X $121,926.85 7 Hardrives, Inc. X X $122,723.45 8 Randy Kramer Excavating, Inc. X X $131,078.21 9 R. L. Larson Excavating, Inc. X X $140,651.50 10 W. B. Miller, Inc. 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We don't believe this is the total problem as the settings on the soft start's were set to maximum in regard to power fluctuations and still kick out. The equipment for some reason is over sensitive and locks out a normal soft start for unknown reasons and will not start on manual. The emergency soft start by pass is needed to start the pumps immediately without more lost time and keep them operating until a service tech can check out the system. John & Matt From: Bruce Westby Sent: Thursday, August 23, 2007 9:20 AM To: Jeff O'Neill Cc: John Simola; Dawn Grossinger; Susan Buckley; Bret Weiss; Phillip Elkin; 'Kevin Newman' Subject: RE: Agenda Item - Approve Change Order NO.2 for the Meadow Oaks and CSAH 39 Lift Stations Thanks, Jeff. This agenda item looks fine to me. Bruce From: Jeff O'Neill Sent: Thursday, August 23, 20079:01 AM To: Bruce Westby Subject: FIN: Agenda Item - Approve Change Order No.2 for the Meadow Oaks and CSAH 39 Lift Stations Here tis Jeff O'Neill City Administrator City of Monticello 763-271-3215 From: Susan Buckley [mailto:SBuckley@wsbeng.com] Sent: Wednesday, August 22, 20073:43 PM To: Jeff O'Neill Cc: Dawn Grossinger; John Simola; Kevin Newman; Bret Weiss; Phillip Elkin Subject: Agenda Item - Approve Change Order NO.2 for the Meadow Oaks and CSAH 39 Lift Stations Attached is the above-referenced agenda item. The supporting data is being delivered up to the City today by Steve Kuechle from our office. Please let me know if you have any questions. Thanks. Sue Buckley Administrative Assistant WSB & Associates, Inc. 763-287-7144 (TEL) 763-541-1700 (FAX) sbuckley@wsbeng.com 8/23/2007 City Council Agenda - 08/27/07 5D. Consideration to ratify the EDA aooroyal of Greater Monticello Enterorise Fund (GMEFl Loan No. 026 to Washburn Comouter Grouo and the Business Subsidy Al!reement. (O.K.) A. Reference and Backl!round: The EOA requests the City Council review GMEF Loan No. 026 for compliance with the EOA-GMEF Business Subsidy Criteria. The GMEF Guidelines state: "The EOA shall have authority to approve or deny loans; however, within 21 days of EO A approval, the City Council may reverse a decision by the EOA to approve a loan if it is determined by Council that such loan was issued in violation of the GMEF Guidelines." On August 8, 2007, the EOA approved GMEF Loan No. 026 for Washburn Computer Group subject to Council ratification of EO A action; receiving Letter of Credit Worthiness and Financing Commitment from the lenders, Gateway Bank; approval ofbuildinglsite plans associated with a 30,000 sq ft addition to an existing industrial building; and holding a public hearing on the business subsidy. The GMEF loan will assist Washburn with the rehabilitation (expansion and improvements) of the property located at 218 Chelsea Road East. For your review, enclosed is the outline used by the EOA for determination of GMEF public purpose and policy compliance. The rehabilitation loan was approved by the EOA in the amount of $275,000 at a 6.25 % fixed interest rate. Amortization not to exceed 30 years with balloon payment in year five. Loan fee set at $200 and GMEF legal fees the responsibility ofthe applicant. On August 21,2007, the EOA held a public hearing consistent with the Business Subsidy Act: A local government assistance of $1 00,000 or greater requires a public hearing and a copy of the business subsidy agreement must be on file at the city halL The attached "Business Subsidy Agreement" outlines the jobs and wage goals, remedies if the Borrower does not meet the goals, reporting requirements for job and wage goals, and general terms. The proposed 30,000 sq ft addition will only occur upon execution of a contract between the borrower and a new customer. The borrower understands approved GMEF Loan No. 026 becomes null and void if the EOA funds are not disbursed by February 8,2008. To avoid unnecessary legal fees, the EOA Attorney will not be authorized to prepare the Loan Agreement and other documents until execution of the Contract between Washburn and its new customer. 1 City Council Agenda - 08/27/07 After review of the EDA outline for GMEF public purpose and policy compliance and the business subsidy agreement, the EDA requests the City Council consider the following action. B. Alternative Action: 1. A motion ratifYing that the EDA approval of GMEF Loan No. 026 for Washburn Computer Group is consistent with the GMEF Guidelines and approving the Business Subsidy Agreement. 2. A motion stating that City Council has determined the EDA approval ofGMEF Loan No. 026 for Washburn Computer Group was issued in violation of the GMEF Guidelines; therefore, the Council reverses the decision by the EDA for loan approval. C. Recommendation: The City Administrator and Economic Development Director recommend Alternative No.1. The loan approval complies with the EDA-GMEF Criteria, the Business Subsidy Act, and the City's objective and goals. The said loan encourages expansion of an under-utilized industrial building and the additional of S3 new jobs for Monticello. D. SUDDortinl! Data: GMEF criteria used by the EDA, draft copy ofthe Business Subsidy Agreement, and executed approval form. 2 JUL 11 2007 8:48AM HP LASERJET 3200 7632852086 p.4 ~ Wasfihurn Computer {irouy 218 cFiefrea 1Waa :Montice{liJ :M:N 55362 763-295-5090 .. \ "," .' , \ Additional Project Information Washburn Computer Group moved to 218 Chelsea Rd in Monticello and opened business on January 2,2007. Washburn Computer Group is a complete repair facility for Point of Sale (POS) equipment, PC's, laptops, scanners, flat panel monitors, and servers for the commercial and retail industries. We repair complete machines from minor exterior fixing, to the repair of the components on the circuit board. Currently one of our customers is looking to use our company to warehouse some of their products. Weare proposing to expand our building by 30,000 square feet to accommodate them. In order to do this we are looking for some financial assistance. To prepare for the move we started hiring employees from the Monticello area approximately 3 to 6 months prior to the move, so they could be trained and ready for the move. We brought with us 58 current employees, and we are planning to hire an additionaI15 to 20 employees after the expansion. For this proposal we are only listing 10 new employees because the project is customer driven and the final proposal of the expansion in not in our hands to detennine the exact need. We know the size of the space needed, but we are unsure of the volume of activity the customer will require. In addition to the proposed expansion we will also be receiving an assessment for the road improvements that are in progress on Chelsea Rd. We were unaware of the proposed assessments when we chose this building, and had we known about the proposed improvements we may have made some different choices about our location. We would like to include this in the financing of the expansion to help with the additional financial burden. EDA Agenda - 08/08/07 9. New Business: A. Consideration to review the Dreliminarv loan aDplication from Washburn ComDuter GrouD. A. Reference and Backl!round: GMEF Loan Application: The loan application is made at the request of the company and subject to a new customer contract which would create the need to expand the facility by 30,000 sq ft. In exchange of land with the City associated with the Chelsea Road Improvements, the company agreed to enhance the exterior of the existing building and comply with parking requirements. For those of you who toured the facility the end of June, you noticed the company had invested dollars into the interior prior to its relocation. I have talked to their lender about our program and the need for a letter of f'mance commitment and credit worthiness, and need for EDA funding. He has no problem. Request is for a real property rehabilitation (expansion or improvements) loan. Project Summary: Washburn Computer Group, sole proprietor, owned by Allen Wentland. If the amount of the approved Business Subsidy by a local government entity exceeds $100,000, a public hearing is necessary and the Loan Agreement Business Subsidy Agreement must be available for review. The EDA should review the preliminary application for compliance with the EDA-GMEF Business Subsidy Criteria. The commissioners will need to decide on what date constitutes the date of job creation. The company moved to Monticello in January 2007 relocating 57 jobs from St. Louis Park and they plan to add another 10 jobs within two years. See 3:01 and 4:05 of the criteria onjob retention. Does the date moved to Monticello or date of the application apply toward new jobs created? THE EDA DETERMINED THE BENEFIT DATE FOR CREATION OF JOBS WAS JANUARY 2007. I EDA Agenda - 08/08/07 ESTIMATED PROJECT COST: Uses Construction Parking Improvements Road Imp. Assessment M&E Other TOTAL USES Sources Construction Lender 1 st mortgage SBA GMEF Equity TOTAL SOURCES $1,300,000 $ 85,000 $ 100,000 $ 110,000 $ 140,000 $1,735,000 $ 848,500 $ 584,000 $ 275,000 $ 27,500 $1,735,000 GREATER MONTICELLO ENTERPRISE FUND GUIDELINES PUBLIC PURPOSE CRITERIA: Must comply with four or more of the criteria listed below, criteria # 1 being mandatory. 1. Job Goal: 57 full-time new jobs. Recommend 90% = 47 Additional10 full-time new jobs to the City of Monticello within two years of the benefit date (loan closing date.) Recommend 90% = 6 Total recommended - 53 new jobs Wage Goal: At least 90% of the new jobs must pay a wage ofthe higher of$9.00 per hour, or at least 160% ($9.36-July 2007) of the federal minimum wage, exclusive of benefits, for individuals over the age of 20 during the term of the assistance. Annual reports are required until termination date. Failure to meet job and wage goals require partial or full payment of the assistance plus interest. 2 EDA Agenda - 08/08/07 2. Estimated increases the community tax base: Annual $32,665 Total Annual $21,133 Local Annual EMV $1,100,000. 3. Factors: To assist a new industrial business to expand their operation. Other factors for consideration but not limited to: Nature of business (computer repair, warehouse), present availability of product or service (none), potential adverse environmental effect (none), and compatibility to the comprehensive plan, covenants, and zoning policy (yes, 1-2 expansion and site improvements to bring into compliance.) 4. Used as a secondary source to supplement conventional financing. The GMEF is a secondary source of financing for real property rehabilitation (expansion or improvements) 5. Used as gap financing:Used to encourage growth and creation of jobs in Monticello. 6. Used to assist other funds: Primary conventional lender (Gateway Bank) and SBA for real estate rehabilitation financing. GREATER MONTICELLO ENTERPRISE FUND POLICIES I. BUSINESS ELIGIBILITY Industrial business: Yes. Located within city limits: Yes, Zoned 1-2. Credit worthy existing business: Letter of Credit Worthiness, Gateway Bank, Mendota Heights, MN. Forthcoming. $10,000 loan per each job created. $10,000 X 6 = $60,000. January 2007 - 47 = $470,000. Or $5,000 per every $20,000 increase in property market valuation, whichever is higher = $60,000, $470,000 or $275,000, respectively. Recommend $275,000 increase in property market valuation. 3 EDA Agenda - 08/08/07 II. FINANCING METHOD: Companion Direct Loan: All such loans may be subordinated to the primary lender if requested by the primary lender. The GMEF is leveraged and the lower interest rate of the GMEF lowers the effective interest rate on the entire project. Criteria: The GMEF takes a second position behind the lender/SBA. III. USES OF PROCEEDS: Real property rehabilitation (expansion or improvements) IV. TERMS AND CONDITIONS: Loan Size: Maximum not to exceed 50% of the remaining revolving loan fund balance. Cash balance as of December 2006, EDA-GMEF, $815,355. (50% = $415,355) Not greater than. Recommend $275,000 Leveraging: Minimum 60% private/public non-GMEF Maximum 30% public (GMEF) Minimum 10% equity of ED A loan Gateway Bank (49%) SBA (34%) GMEF (16%) Equity (10% GMEF)(2%) TOTAL (101%) $ 848,500 $ 584,000 $ 275,000 $ 27,500 $1,735,000 Loan Term: Real property rehabilitation term not to exceed 30-year amortization. Interest Rate: Fixed interest rate not less than 2 % below Minneapolis prime rate with balloon payment in five year. Prime rate per US Bank of Minneapolis on date of ED A loan approval. Prime rate August 8, 2007 was 8.25%. 4 EDA Agenda - 08/08/07 Loan Fee: Minimum fee of $200 but not to exceed 1.5% of the total loan project. Paid by applicant to the EDA within five working days after City Council approval of GMEF loan. Non-refundable. Loan fee may be incorporated into project costs. EDA retains the right to reduce or waive loan fee or portion of loan fee. Options: Minimum fee of $200 or not to exceed 1.5% of GMEF loan, due and payable not later than September 1, 2007. Recommend: $200. Prepayment Policy: No penalty for prepayment. Deferral of Payments: 1. Approval ofthe EDA membership by majority vote. 2. Extend the balloon ifunable to refinance, verification letter from two lending institutions subject to Board approval. Late Payment Policy: Failure to pay principal or interest when due may result in the loan being immediately called. Interest limitation on guaranteed lo~ot applicable. Assumability ofloan: None. Business equity requirements:Subject to type ofloan; Board of Directors will determine case by case, analysis under normal lending guidelines. Collateral: Personal and/or corporate guarantees (requires unlimited personal guarantees) as per the GMEF attorney. Non-performance: An approved GMEF loan shall be null and void if funds are not drawn upon or disbursed within 180 days from date of ED A approval. August 8, 2007 EDA approval- loan becomes null and void February 8, 2008. Non-performance extension: Not applicable. Legal Fees: Responsibility of the GMEF applicant. 5 EDA Agenda - 08/08/07 B. Recommendation: Recommendation is to review this information prior to the EDA meeting for discussion and potential questions. Allen Wenlland or Ken and Karin Curtis will be at the EDA meeting. Consideration to approve or deny GMEF Loan No. 026 and/or call for a public hearing date is the next agenda item. C. Supportinl! Data: Preliminary GMEF application and job and wage-level goals. 6 6. Business Subsidv Agreement. The provisions of this Section constitute the "business subsidy agreement" for the purposes of the Business Subsidy Act. (a) General Terms. The parties agree and represent to each other as follows: (i) The subsidy provided to the Borrower (Washbum Computer Group) consists of the principal amount ($275,000) of the Loan. (ii) The public purposes of the subsidy are to promote development of a 30,000 square foot addition to an existing industrial building in the City, increase quality job growth in the City and the State, and increase the tax base of the City and State. (iii) The goals for the subsidy are: to retain the minimum improvements of an under- utilized existing building located on the Property; to maintain the minimum improvements of the 30,000 square foot addition to an existing industrial building located on the Property; and to create the jobs and wage levels in accordance with Section 6(b) hereof. (iv)) If the goals described in clause (iii) are not met, the Borrower must make the payment to the Lender (Monticello Economic Development Authority) described in Section 6( c). (v) The Borrower must continue to operate on the Property as a computer repair shop facility for at least five years after the Benefit Date (defined hereinafter). (vi) The Borrower does not have a parent company. (vii) The Borrower has not received, and does not expect to receive, financial assistance from any other "grantor" as defined in the Business Subsidy Act, in connection with the Property. (b) Job and Wage Goals. The "Benefit Date" of the assistance provided in this Agreement is January 1, 2007. Within two years after the Benefit Date (the "Compliance Date"), The Borrower shall cause to be created at least fifty-three new full-time permanent jobs on the property, and cause the hourly wage of the 53 new jobs to be as follows: (i) at least 13 new jobs shall pay no less than $10.00 per hour exclusive of benefits; (ii) at least 19 new jobs shall pay no less than $12.00 per hour exclusive of benefits, (iii) at least 13 new jobs shall pay no less than $14.00 per hour exclusive of benefits, (iv) at least 3 new jobs shall pay no less than $16.00 per hour exclusive of benefits, (v) at least 2 new jobs shall pay no less than $18.00 per hour exclusive of benefits, and (vi) at least 3 new jobs shall pay no less than $22.00 per hour exclusive of benefits. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary herein, if the wage and jobs 1 goals described in this paragraph are met by the Compliance Date, those goals are deemed satisfied. The Lender may, after a public hearing, extend the Compliance Date by up to one year, provided nothing in this section will be construed to limit the Lender's legislative discretion regarding this matter. (c) Remedies. If the Borrower fails to meet the goals described in Section 6 (b), the Borrower shall repay to the Lender upon written demand from the Lender a "pro rata share" of the outstanding principal amount of the Loan together with interest on the amount at the implicit price deflator as defined in Minnesota Statues, Section 275.50, subd. 2. The term "pro rata share" means percentages calculated as follows: (i) ifthe failure relates to the number of jobs, the jobs required less the jobs created, divided by the jobs required; (ii) if the failure relates to wages, the number of jobs required less the number of jobs that meet the required wages, divided by the number of jobs required; (iii) if the failure relates to maintenance of the Minimum Improvements at the Property in accordance with Section 6(a)(iii)(v), 60 less the number of months of operation as a computer repair shop facility (where any month in which the facility is in operation for at least 15 days constitutes a month of operation), commencing from the date of Closing, , 20-, and ending with the date the facility ceases operation as determined by Lender, divided by 60; and (iv) if more than one of clauses (i) through (iii) apply, the sum of the applicable percentages, not to exceed 100%. Nothing in this Section shall be construed to limit the Lender's remedies under Section 7 hereof. In addition to the remedy described in this Section and any other remedy available to the Lender for failure to meet the goals stated in Section 6 (a)(iii)(v), the Borrower agrees and understands that it may not receive a business subsidy from the Lender or any grantor (as defined in the Business Subsidy Act) for a period of five years from the date of the failure or until the Borrower satisfies its repayment obligation under this Section, whichever occurs first. (d) Reports. The Borrower must submit to the Lender a written report regarding business subsidy goals and results by no later than February 1 of each year, commencing February 1, 2008, and continuing until the later of (i) the date the goals stated Section 6(a)(iii) are met, (ii) 30 days after expiration of the period described in Section 6(a)(v); or if the goals are not met, the date the subsidy is repaid in accordance with Section 6( c). The report must comply with Section 116J.994, subdivision 7 of the Business Subsidy Act. The Lender will provide information to the Borrower regarding the required forms. If the Borrower fails to 2 timely file any report required under this Section, the Lender will mail the Borrower a warning within one week after the required filing date. If, after 14 days of the postmarked date of the warning, the Borrower fails to provide a report, the Borrower must pay to the Lender a penalty of $1 00 for each subsequent day until the report is filed. The maximum aggregate penalty payable under this Section $1,000. 3 DEVELOPMENT SERVICES Economic Development Director Phone: Fax: E-mail: (763) 271-3208 (763) 295-4404 ollie.koroochaklalci.monticello.mn. us Economic Development Authority in and for the City of MonticeUo, Minnesota GREATER MONTICELLO ENTERPRISE FUND APPROV AUDISAPPROV AL Preliminary Loan Application Approval. BUSINESS SUBSIDY PUBIC HEARING Loan terms negotiated and agreed upon between the developer, the lending institution, and the EDA Executive Director. ATTr-nc:.'l' R~ ?007 AUGUST 21, 2007 Formal Loan Application and Financial Statements analyzed by the lending institution or City Staff. Building and Site Plan Preliminary and/or Final Review. Building Permit approval or construction commitment. Loan documentation reviewed and/or prepared by the EDA Attorney. , ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY APPROVAL OR DISAPPROVAL: LOAN NUMBER: GMEF No. 026 LOAN APPROVED: YES BORROWER: WASHBURN COMPUTER GROUP ADDRESS: 218 CHELSEA ROAD EAST DISAPPROVED: LOAN AMOUNT: $275,000 (TWO HUNDRED SEVENTY-FIVE JFHOUSAND/DOLL~SAND NO CENTS RATE: FIXED RATE 6.25% DATE: AUGUST 8, 2007 TERMS: MAXIMUM AMORTIZATION UP TO 30 YEARS, BALLOON PAYMENT IN YEAR FIVE. FEE: $200 DUE AND PAYABLE NOT LATER THAN SEPTEMBER 1, 2007. ** OTHER (SECOND PAGE) A motion was made by EDA Commissioner II 'P.ll ~CmilIENTEJ( to (approve~ Greater Monticello Enterprise Funds in the amount of ~ 2 7 S ,000 00 . TI/O Hmll'lREl) SJ;:VENTY FIn TlI01l8_'\NIl l)OU'\R~ _'\NIl ~1O crlW!;ars and cents to developer this SeH day of .'.YClJli:T Seconded by EDA Commissioner , 2007 . RQN lIOC1UND YEAS: SCHWIENTEK, HOGLUND DEMEULES, PERRAULT, AND MAYER NAYS: NONE ABSENT: NONE GMEF Approval/Disapproval Page 2 GMEF disbursed by Check No. EDA Treasurer. CITY COUNCIL MAY REVERSE AN EDA LOAN DECISION WITHIN TWENTY.ONE DAYS OF EDA APPROVAL. TO CITY COUNCIL AUGUST 27, 2007 ACCEPTANCE OF TERMS I (We) hereby accept the terms stated above as approved by the Economic Development Authority in and for the City of Monticello. Developer DATED: ~""I~- 'Jrn7 ** LOAN APPROVAL SUBJECT TO COMMITMENT LETTER AND CREDIT WORTHINESS LETTER FROM LENDER, APPROVAL OF BUILDING EXPANSION PLANS, PUBLIC HEARING ON THE BUSINESS SUBSIDY, AND COUNCIL RATIFICATION OF EDA ACTION. COLLATERAL, GUARANTEES, AND OTHER CONDITION REQUIREMENT TO BE DETERMINED AND PREPARED BY THE EDA ATTORNEY. EDA LEGAL FEES THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE APPLICANT. GMEF LOAN NO. 026 BECOMES NULL AND VOID IF APPROVED $275,000 LOAN NOT DISBURSED BY FEBRUARY 8, 2008. FAILURE TO PAY PRINCIPAL AND INTERST WHEN DUE MAY RESULT IN THELOAN BEING IMMEDIATELY CALLED. AT LEAST 53 NEW JOBS TO MONTICELLO AT A WAGE LEVEL OF AT LEAST $9.36 PER HOUR WITHOUT BENEFITS AND AS DESCRIBED ON THE ATTACHED JOB/WAGE FORMS.~'JOBSSeREATION~FROM JANUARY 2007 THROUGH TWO'YEARS FROM CLOSING'ClIENEFIT DATE). THE REAL PROPERTY REHABILITATION (EXPANSION AND IMPROVEMENTS) LOAN IS FOR THE CONSTRUCTII OF A 30,000 SQ FT ADDmXION TO AN EXISTING INDUSTRIAL BUILDING. ' JUL 11 2007 9:48AM HP LASERJET 3200 7632952096 p.6 DEVELOPMENT SERVICES Economic ~cnt Dim:tor Phcnc; Fa: I!moiI: (163) %11-3208 (763) 295-4404 allie.korotIclui).:faci,montiocUo.mn..us CITY OF MONTICELLO,MINNESOTA ~ JOB AND WAGE LEVEL GOALS - NEW JOBS I Pleaeo indicate number of additional employees at each level and indicate tho corresponding benefit level. Number of new pcrmancmt job. anticipated to be created over the firat two years of rclecation or expanaion. Job Creation Full-time -L -L 2- Hourlv Walle .1&ll.QJ Hourlv Value ofVnhmf.T'V Benefit. (s) Part. time (Excl. benefits) Less than $7.00 $7.00 to $7.99 $8.00 to $9.99 $10.00 to $U.99 $12.00 to $13.99 $14.00 10 $IS.99 $16.00 to $17.99 $18.00 to $19.99 $20.00 to $21.99 $22.00 and higher JOBWAGESNBW.FOIlM JUL 11 2007 9:48AM HP LASER JET 3200 7632952096 'V {.~' V V. DEVELOPMENT SERVICES l!coDOmic DovelopmeDtD=tor Pho... Fox: IimaiI: (763) 271.3208 (763) 295.4404 Qnic.~ci.montfCll!!no mn.U1 CITY OFMONTICELLO.~TA ~ JOB AND WAGE LEVEL. EXISTING JOBS I Please indiCllle number of current permanent l:lDIployees at eech level aad lndlCllle 1110 COII'llsponding benefit level. NwnberofJobB Houriv WHEe HourIv Value LmJ ofVoluntarv Benefil:s(~ Full-time Part-time (Exel. benefits) Less tIlan$7.00 $7.00 to $7.99 --1IL $8.00 to $9.99 q $10.00 to $11.99 I, $12.00 to $13.99 13 $14.00 to $15.99 3 $16.00 to $17.99 2- -L $18.00 to $19.99 $20.00 to $21.99 ~:z, $22.00 anti higher IOIlSWAOEEXlSTlNO.FORM Council Agenda: 8/27/07 5E. Consideration of approvin2 monthly renewal of pawn shop license for Walt's Pawn Shop. (JO) A. REFERENCE AND BACKGROUND: In January the Council approved renewing the pawn shop license for Walt's Pawn Shop, 1219 State Highway 25 on a monthly basis which is in keeping with the recommendation of the Wright County Sheriffs Department. The intent was that a monthly renewal would allow the City to monitor more closely any non-compliance to the City's pawn shop ordinance. The Council is being asked at this time to approve the renewal of the pawn shop license for another month. The City's legal counsel reviewed the status of the County's criminal process with the County Attorney. The County Attorney stated the parties have not been able to resolve the counts by plea agreement and the case is scheduled for trial on October 8, 2007. The outcome of the criminal process may determine whether or not the licensee will be able to remain in business. With regards to the status of the current licensee's adherence to CUP standards. The only remaining item not in compliance is the height of the fence and the slats. The new applicant for the pawn shop license is in the process of working with staff to resolve the fencing issue through a request for an amendment to the fencing requirement for the conditional use permit. In sum, denial of the renewal of the license for Randal Thompson based on non-compliance should not be done at this time. B. ALTERNATIVE ACTIONS: 1. Approve the renewal of the pawn shop license for Walt's Pawn Shop for another month. C. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: It is the recommendation ofthe City Attorney and the City Administrator that the pawn shop license be renewed for another month and that no suspension or revocation oflicense be considered until the results of the criminal charges are determined which should be in October. The renewal is in keeping with the recommendation of the Wright County Sheriffs Department. By formally renewing the license each month the City is officially indicating the license is not automatically being renewed on a monthly basis but is being considered formally by the Council each month. If at some point the Council should consider action to revoke or suspend the pawn shop license, the monthly renewal would demonstrate the Council's concerns about non-compliance of the ordinance and their efforts to address it. D. SUPPORTING DATA: None. City Council Agenda - 08/27/07 SF. Consideration of a request for Preliminary Plat and a Conditional Use Permit for Development Stasze Planned Unit Development approval for a multi-tenant office complex. Applicant: Quad Development (NAC) A. REFERENCE AND BACKGROUND The Planning Commission considered this item at its August 7th meeting. The applicant was present to answer a series of questions related to building design, site planning, engineering, landscaping and other details. The applicants agreed to each of the items identified by staff. The primary discussion related to whether it was feasible to move the southern-most building to the property line edge and place all of the parking to the north, similar to the other four buildings on the property. The Planning Commission directed the applicant to investigate this design with an eye toward improving circulation in that area of the project. The applicant has provided a design which shows this type of arrangement. The circulation is changed, but it is not clear that the re-design improves the site. Moreover, the change causes the loss of as many as 19 parking spaces, resulting in a deficiency on the project. Staff believes that the loss of parking (and the attendant requirement for a smaller building) would not be offset by circulation improvements in this arrangement. As such, staff believes that the original site plan is the better option. The Planning Commission recommended approval ofthe Preliminary Plat and Development Stage PUD, with the recommendations of staff as listed in Exhibit Z. Quad Development is seeking Preliminary Plat approval and a Conditional Use Permit for development stage Planned Unit Development for the construction of a multi-tenant office complex. The subject site is located on Outlot A ofthe Monticello Business Center 3rd Addition. The subject site is 4.5 acres in size. The applicant is proposing five multi-tenant office buildings on the site. The underlying zoning is B-4, Regional Business. ANALYSIS The subject site is located west ofWal-Mart of east of the Autumn Ridge Townbome development, on the south side of School Boulevard. The applicant is proposing five office buildings. Three of these buildings will be 8,500 square feet in area with a full first floor and partial mezzanine. The remaining two buildings will each be 12,800 square feet in area with two full floors. The applicant is expecting a combination of office and office/showroom tenants. Planned Unit Development is being requested to accommodate multiple buildings on one site. The applicant is also requesting flexibility to parking and signage as part of the PUD. The applicant is proposing to complete the project in phases. Phase I will consist of Building 5 only. The remaining buildings are proposed as part of Phase II, and are expected to follow soon after. City Council Agenda - 08/27/07 Comorehensive Plan: Monticello's Comprehensive Plan designates this area for commercial use. Zoninf!: The subject site is zoned B-4, Regional Business. The purpose of the B-4, regional business district is to provide for the establishment of commercial and service activities which draw from and serve customers from the entire community or region. CUP/PUD: A Planned Unit Development allows for flexibility in performance standards with the understanding that the development will be held to higher standards of site and building design than would ordinarily be required. It is the applicant's responsibility to design the development with significant benefits and communicate those benefits to the City for allowing a CUPIPUD. Preliminary Plat. The subject site is currently platted as Outlot A of the Monticello Business Center 3rd Addition. The applicant is proposing to plat the site as Monticello Business Center 4'h Addition as part of the project. Phase 1 is to be platted as Lot 1, including Building 5. The remainder of the site is to be platted as Outlot A. Parking. The proposed buildings comprise a total of 51,100 square feet of gross floor area. The proposed uses for the structures have not been provided. However, the applicant has indicated that a variety of office users are expected for the site. The parking requirement for office uses is three spaces plus one space for each 200 square feet of building area. In determining the building area, 10% of the building is presumed to be reserved for utilities, hallways, bathrooms, and other facilities. Based on stated uses, the estimated parking requirement is as follows: Floor Area at 90% 7,650 s uare feet 7,650 s uare feet 11 ,520 s uare feet 7,650 s uare feet 11,520 s uare feet The applicant has provided 243 of the 248 parking stalls required. The applicant is requesting flexibility for the remaining five parking stalls as part of the PUD. Some overlap in uses can be expected, and the site contains a great deal of parking. The applicant has supplied 98 percent of the parking required. In that regard, it may be appropriate to allow flexibility on the five remaining stalls. The site is designed with the majority of the parking stalls in the interior. A small parking area is also proposed on the south side of the site. Landscaping. For commercial sites, a minimum of one overstory tree per 1,000 square feet of gross building floor area, or one tree per 50 lineal feet of site perimeter, whichever is greater, is required. The site has approximately 1,944 lineal feet of site perimeter, requiring 39 overstory trees. However, the site has 51,100 square feet of gross building floor area, requiring 51 trees. As such, the building area requirement shall prevail. 2 City Council Agenda - 08/27/07 The applicant has proposed 51 overstory trees, satisfYing the minimum requirement. These trees are provided through a combination of four Emerald Lustre Maples, four Fallgold Ash, five Sienna Glen Maples, four Skyline Honeylocusts, and five Swamp White Oaks. The applicant is also proposing 7 Austrian Pines, 14 Black Hills Spruce, and 8 Colorado Spruces. The majority of the overstory trees are proposed along the east property line, to provide a buffer between the subject site and the townhome development to the east. Sod is proposed between the buildings and on the back side of each building. All parking lot islands will also be landscaped with shrubs and perennials. The foundation of each building will also be landscaped with shrubs and perennials. A large plaza area is located in the center of the parking lot. The applicant is proposing sod for this area, as well as Juniper and Dogwood shrubs and perennials. An unidentified feature is proposed on the north side of this center plaza. No plantings are proposed on the north half of this landscaped area. Staff recommends that the applicant continue the shrub and/or perennial plantings to the north to place more emphasis on this center island. Ornamental trees would also be appropriate in this area. In conjunction with the minimum landscaping requirements, a landscaped buffer yard is also required between the subject site the townhomes to the east. The conflict in uses between high density residential development and commercial development is classified as Class B, or moderate. Therefore, a minimum landscaped yard 20 feet in width containing at least 80 plant units for each 100 feet of property line are required. The applicant is responsible for planting one half of this buffer yard. As stated above, the majority of the trees proposed are in the required buffer yard area. The applicant has provided 540 plant units over approximately 700 feet of property line, greatly exceeding the minimum requirement. Lighting. A photometric plan has been submitted for the site. This plan indicates that no glare exceeding one footcandle will spill over onto the adjacent right-of-way or adjacent properties. The maximum footcandle reading along the east property line, adjacent to Autumn Ridge, is 0.2. Any wall mounted lighting shall require a full cutoff fixture. Signage. In the case of a building where there are two or more uses and which, by generally understood and accepted definitions, is considered to be a shopping center or shopping mall, a conditional use permit may be granted to the entire building in accordance to an overall site plan indicating their size, location, and height of all signs presented to the Planning Commission. A maximum of5% of the gross area of the front silhouette shall apply to the principal building where the aggregate allowable sign area is equitably distributed among the several businesses. For purposes of determining the gross area of the silhouette of the principal building, the silhouette shall be defined as that area within the outline drawing of the principal building as viewed from the front lot line or from the related public street(s). The front fa~ades of the two-story office buildings are approximately 4,370 square feet in area each. Therefore, each two-story building is allowed 219 square feet of wall signage. The applicant is proposing seven signs each 31 square feet in area for a total of 217 square feet of wall signage per building. The signage proposed is within the parameters of the ordinance. 3 City Council Agenda - 08/27/07 The front facades of the one story plus mezzanine buildings are 3,620 square feet each. Therefore, each of these buildings is allowed 181 square feet of sign age. The applicant is proposing approximately 178 square feet of wall signage for the building. Again, the signage proposed is within the parameters of the ordinance. In addition to wall signage, the applicant is proposing two monument signs, one in the northeast comer of the site and one in the northwest comer of the site. These signs will contain placards for up to six tenants. Said signs are each 96 square feet in area and 15.33 feet in height, for a total of 192 square feet of signage. The speed limit on School Boulevard is 45 miles per hour, allowing a freestanding sign up to 150 square feet in area and 26 feet in height. The applicant exceeds the maximum allowance by 42 feet. Flexibility is being requested on the signage requirement as part ofthe PUD. The applicant is not proposing any pylon signs for the site, and the proposed wall signage is under the allotted area. Therefore, this flexibility may be appropriate Access and Circulation. The site has one access point extending south from School Boulevard. The access is 40 feet in width, excluding the island, with adequate space for turn lanes. All intemal drive lanes are proposed at 24 feet in width, wide enough to accommodate two-way traffic. The applicant is proposing a drive aisle width of approximately 50 feet between the northernmost parking stalls and the proposed "feature." The proposed width in this location appears to be excessive. While a wide drive aisle may be necessary in this location to accommodate vehicles backing out of parking stalls, staff recommends that the applicant extend the center plaza to the north to reduce the width. Extending the plaza further north will provide additional green space for the site, and allow the applicant to provide additional landscaping in this center island Pedestrian access will be accommodated by a concrete sidewalk running along the front of each building. Crosswalks are proposed to connect the east side of the site to the west side of the site. Crosswalks are also proposed to connect the southernmost building to the remainder of the site and the center plaza. An existing pathway is located east of the subject site, within the Autumn Ridge Development. Staff recommends that the applicant provide a connection to this pathway. Specifically, staff recommends that the applicant extend the sidewalk proposed to cross through the center of the site and connect this to the existing pathway. The extension of this sidewalk may require the applicant to relocate the proposed trash enclosure. It is also recommended that the applicant connect the intemal sidewalk system to the sidewalk running along the south side of School Boulevard. This connection is recommended from the eastern sidewalk loop, which runs in front of buildings two and three. Connecting these pathways would enhance the amenities of the site, as required by PUD. Building Design. The applicant has submitted elevations for both building styles. The elevations indicate that the buildings will be constructed primarily of brick with CMU foundations and standing seam metal roofs. Earthtones will be utilized for the primary fa<;:ade materials on all buildings. Each unit in the one story plus mezzanine buildings will contain a separate entrance highlighted by glass coverage with a dormer on the mezzanine level. The back side of these buildings will contain some glass coverage, and no vertical details. Staff recommends that the applicant add vertical details or other architectural elements to break up the fa<;:ade on the back side of each building. This is of particular concern where these buildings abut the Autumn Ridge development. 4 City Council Agenda - 08/27/07 The two-story buildings are of a similar design. However, only one entrance is provided, at the center of the building. Moderate glass coverage is provided for both floors, on the front and back side of the building. However, staff is again concerned with the lack of visual interest on the back side of the two-story buildings. Staff recommends that the applicant provide vertical details, or step back a portion of the building to break up the fayade and roofline. Three detached trash enclosures are proposed on site, one each on the south, east, and west sides of the site. The proposed materials for these structures have not been provided. Staff recommends that all trash enclosures be required to match the color and materials of the principal structures. Grading and Drainage. Regarding the grading and drainage plan submitted, the City Engineer and consulting engineer from WSB have reviewed the plans and provided comments. Comments from the City Engineer may be found attached as Exhibit K, and comments from WSB may be found attached as Exhibit J. Utilities. Regarding the utility plan submitted the City Engineer and consulting engineer from WSB have reviewed the plans and provided comments. Comments from the City Engineer may be found attached as Exhibit K, and comments from WSB may be found attached as Exhibit J. B. ALTERNATIVE ACTIONS. The Planning Commission recommends alternative 1 below. Regarding the request for a Conditional Use Permit for Development Stage Planned Unit Development approval and Preliminary Plat approval for five multi-tenant office buildings, the City has the following options: A. Motion to approve the Development Stage Planned Unit Development and Preliminary Plat approval, based on a finding that the proposed use is consistent with the performance standards of the B-4 District, subject to the conditions outlined in Exhibit Z. B. Motion to deny the Conditional Use Permit for Development Stage Planned Unit Development approval and the Preliminary Plat, based on a finding that the proposed use is not consistent with the intent of the B-4 District, and the use may not be supported by the site. c. STAFF RECOMMENDATION Quad Development is seeking Development Stage PUD approval and Preliminary Plat approval for a five building, multi-tenant office development. The applicant is seeking flexibility on parking and signage as part of the PUD. The overall project is consistent with the performance requirements of the B-4 District. The applicant is proposing a significant amount oflandscaping and quality buildings with attractive front facades. 5 City Council Agenda - 08/27/07 Staff is recommending minor improvements to the building design and landscape plan, as well as an addition to the sidewalk system in exchange for flexibility via Planned Unit Development. The overall project design is generally consistent with the intent ofPUD, and therefore staff recommends approval, subject to the conditions outlined in Exhibit Z. D. SUPPORTING DATA Exhibit A: Exhibit B: Exhibit C: Exhibit D: Exhibit E: Exhibit F: Exhibit G: Exhibit H: Exhibit I: ExhibitJ: Exhibit K: Exhibit L: Exhibit M: Exhibit Z: Applicant Narrative Existing Conditions Preliminary Plat Grading and Drainage Plan Utility Plan Landscape Plan Site Plan Photometric Plan Exterior Elevation Sign Plan Plan Review Comments from WSB, dated July 31, 2007 Plan Review Comments from Bruce Westby, July 31,2007 Site Plan - Alternative Option Conditions of Approval 6 &A ....~ .,. ARCH/TECTS RECEIVED jUl - 2 1007 Quad Development Monticello, Minnesota Fee Title Property Owner: Quad Development 12 Division Street Buffalo, MN 55313 Applicant's Name: Rick Scott Scott Builders 12 Division Street Buffalo, MN 55313 Architect: Tom Moorse HTG Architects 9300 Hennepin Town Road Eden Prairie, MN 55347 Civil Engineer: Mark Jaster Anderson Engineering of Minnesota 13400 15'" Avenue North, Suite B Plymouth, MN 55441 Project Description and Purpose: Quad Development proposes to build 5 structures totaling over 51,000 s.f. on 4.5 acres of land along School Boulevard, directly east of the existing Wal-Man. The buildings would contain a combination of office and office/showroom tenants. The development would form a nice transition in land use from the retail component (Wal-Mart) on the east and the townhome development to the west. This vision for this project is to create a "community" of businesses in a park.like setting. The buildings are oriented to face each other - with a loop drive that allows customers to easily find the business they are seeking. The buildings are of two varieties _ Type 1 - three buildings that total 8,500 s.f. each and contain a full first floor and a partial mezzanine. Type 2 - two buildings that total 12,800 s.f. each and contain office space on two full floors. The architecture of the buildings match - they will use the same materials and features to create a unified development. A feature at the entrance to the development is yet to be developed, but the owner would like a signature piece such as a fountain. or flags. or plantings that would welcome visitors to the businesses. Comprehensive Plan, Zoning and the PUD Process: The proposed development matches the city's current zoning and comprehensive plan. The B-4 Regional Business District allows us to have tenants such as an insurance agency, real estate company, or an employment agency that we see as potential uses for these buildings. Again we feel this development would help to transition from the retail on the west to the townhomes on the east side of the site. The PUD Process works perfectly for us, as it allows us to develop multiple buildings on the same parcel. We believe this project will make a valuable addition to the City of Monticello. HTG ARCHITECTS 9300 Hennepin Town Road Mpls MN 55347 (952) 278-8880 www.h/g.archilectscom ...... .,. ARCH/TECTS Schedule: The owner would like to ,tart con'truction on Building 5 as soon as possible (ideally in the late 'ummer of 2007). The other buildings and remainder of the ,ite will Come online as leases are signed. 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InfrastiUcture I Engineering I Planning' Construction July 31, 2007 Ms. Kimberly Holien Northwest Associated Consultants 4800 Olson Memorial Highway Suite 202 Golden Valley, MN 55422 Re: Plan Review Quad Development City of Monticello Planning #2007-018 WSB Project #1627-71 Dear Ms. Holien: We have reviewed the plans prepared for the Quad Development project dated July 2, 2007 as prepared by Anderson Engineering of Minnesota, LLC. We would offer the following comments: Sheet Cl o The engineers should check the labeling of the easements south of the proposed property line. It appears that either the easement is drawn on the wrong location or the pipe is drawn on the wrong location because the pipe does not exist within the easement. Sheet C2 o The island design that is shown on drawing is narrower than is a city standard. Please take a look at the city detail plates for an acceptable design standard. o In the intersection there is a large amount of open pavement area located just west of the entrance. It may be advisable to extend the curb on one of mOte of the islands to narrow up the large expanse of pavement area. It may also be possible that additional parking stalls could be created in this location to elevate the shortage. o It may be a good idea to connect the sidewalk system within the property to the pathway located within the Autumn Ridge Development. o Please show how the city will access the sanitary sewer manhole located behind building 4. Sheet C3 o Please show the storm sewer on the grading plan so it is easily identifiable as to where the storm sewer is located. o Consider adding gutters to the roof so that runoff is contained on site. I would be concerned with runoff from buildings 1, 2,4 and 5 leaving the site, particularly on the west side. Minneapolis I St Cloud Equal Opportunity Employer iJ'fL . 'i ! I [ i ! , ! j I i , , 'j :t i , J j ~ I ! :1 I I 1 I I , , I :1 ! i , :1 :j i j Letter to Northwest Associated Consultants Page 2 of 2 o Currently there is only a 1.2 foot overflow located between buildings 3 and 4. The positive overflow in this area should be 2-3 feet from the lowest opening. o Grading is shown behind the property line on the south side of the property. This will need to be within a slope easement provided by Wal-Mart. o It does not appear that the area south of the property line is graded to drain to the pond. The proposed Wal-Mart grading plan should be evaluated to see if this was graded lIccording to approved plans. Sheet C4 o There are two water surfaces shown on the east side of the lot. Please verify whether both of these services are available for use. If one is to remain unused, we may want to have it abandoned or add a hydrant, depending on the size of the service. o There is also a water service shown on the west side of the lot. If that water service is lIvailable, it may be preferable to connect the water main to that service to provide some looping from multiple service locations. o If these buildings are intended to be sold to individual property owners, you will need to have individual services for each one of the for sale units. This item will need to be clarified prior to construction. o Provide storm sewer sizes and drainage cales for the prop<:lsed design. o The footing adjacent to the sanitary sewer line will need to be over depth to allow for future reconstruction of the sanitary sewer system. This will need to be evaluated with the city engineer but may need to be in the range of 9-10 foot deep from the surface. Please give me a call at 763-287-7190 if you have any questions or comments regarding this letter. S incerel y, JS:t-;i~ Bret A. Weiss, PE Pres ident BA W!ad Cc: Bruce Westby, City of MonticeIIo Jeff O'Neill, City of Monticello Angela Schumann, City of Monticello John Simola, City of Monticello Philip Elkin, WSB & Associates, Inc. {flL-- /1 y] j,/t/ July 31, 2007 ;(((ti I\l~~<:x MONTICELLO Ms Kimberly Holien Northwest Associated Consultants, Inc. 4800 Olson Memorial Highway, Suite 202 Golden Valley, MN 55422 Re: Quad Development Plan Review City of Monticello Project No. 2007-018 Dear Ms Holien: On July 2, 2007 the City of Monticello received a preliminary plat I development stage PUD plan submittal for the above referenced project. Upon receiving these plans the Engineering Department reviewed them for conformance to the City's Plan Requirements and Design Guidelines, and as such the following comments are respectfully offered: General Notes 1. Drainage computations are required with final plans for review by the City. 2. SWPPP information will be required with final construction plans, including any applicable City standard detail plates. 3. All required City of Monticello standard detail plates will be required in the final construction plans. Required City plates will be provided to the applicant electronically upon request. Plan Sheet C3 1. Proposed retaining walls must be relocated out of drainage and utility easements. Include proposed top and bottom of wall elevations in plans. 2. Proposed grading occurs outside of the platted property on the south end which will require an agreement with the adjoining property owner to complete. Plan Sheet C4 I. Additional drainage and utility easements may be required to construct the proposed storm sewer outlet pipe in the southeast comer ofthe site. 2. All proposed storm sewer pipe sizes need to be shown on final construction plans. 3. All proposed sanitary sewer and watermain pipe materials need to be shown on final construction plans. 4. An outside drop will be required for the proposed sanitary manhole where the connection to the existing line occurs. Monticello City Hall. 505 Walnut Street. Suite I, Monticello, MN 55362.8831 . (763) 295-271 [ . Fax (763) 295-4404 Office of Public Works, 909 Golf Course Rd.. Monticello. MN 55362. (763) 295-3170. Fax (763) 271-3272 Kimberly Holien July 31, 2007 Page 2 5. Include proposed pathway reconstruction limits as necessary adjacent to the proposed sanitary manhole where the connection to the existing line occurs. 6. All proposed utility service lines to buildings need to be shown on final construction plans. The City's Engineering Consultant, WSB and Associates, may provide additional comments. Please call me at 763-271-3236 should you have any questions regarding any of the comments above. S incerel y, CITY OF 11'fONT/CELLO .~ L '\~~ Bruce Westby, P.E. 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"'! , , , " ~ ~ . . . 6 l< ii \ \ \ \ \ / uumV' Q ~ ~ Q ~ " . 5 - < i t ~ ~ ~ ::t ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ;! ~ ~ li g ~ ~ ~d i ~ 1O~ <( 2: ~ 01- @ ill w ~~ ~ is ~ ~ < " '-r--,.._ " I ! / /__) I " I 1/ / -./.. ',' / I I -...J_-..t__f.. / / " , '" Q ~ :. w ~ Q ~ 2 " " Q < ,r-'- / / / / / / / / ./ "f Ii' ~~ "" ., rlanning Commission Agenda - 08/07/07 , EXHmIT Z Conditions of Approval 1. A sidewalk connection shall be provided to the bituminous pathway in the Autumn Ridge development and to the School Boulevard sidewalk. 2. Additional pIantings shall be provided in the center island. 3. The applicant shall extend the center island to the north to reduce the drive aisle width in this area. 4. Additional aesthetic details shall be provided on the back fa(fade and roofline of each building to add visual interest. 5. All wall mounted lighting shall contain a full cutoff fixture. 6. All trash enclosures shall be of similar materials and color to those of the principal structures. 7. The applicant shall comply with all recommendations of the City Engineer, as outlined in the memo from Bruce Westby dated July 31 st, 2007, and the memo from WSB dated July 31, 2007. 7 Council Agenda: 8/27/07 5G. Consideration of submittinl! ioint fundin~ resolution to LCCMR. (JO) A. REFERENCE AND BACKGROUND: Marc Mattice, Wright County Parks Director is working to acquire funding from the State of Minnesota for a portion of the cost of purchasing the YMCA. In June the City Council adopted a resolution supporting placement of the purchase of the YMCA in the State Bonding Bill. The County is now asking that the City of Monticello adopt a resolution approving submittal of a grant application to LCCMR (Legislative-Citizen Commission on Minnesota Resources) . The LCCMR makes recommendations to the legislature for natural resources projects that are funded primarily from the Environment and Natural Resources Trust Fund. The grant program has provided over $525,000,000 in funds for over 1,214 projects that protect and enhance our natural resources. There is approximately $22,800,000 available for 2008 appropriations. If the application is approved, the City and County would have to have the funds to match the amount funded by LCCMR and as with all state and federal grant programs, the City and County would have to comply with regulations relating to the use of the funding. B. ALTERNATIVE ACTIONS: I. Adopt Resolution No. 2007-64 supporting a joint request by Wright County and the City of Monticello for appropriation from the Environment and Natural Resources Trust Fund to acquire the YMCA property. 2. Do not adopt the resolution. C. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: If there is continued interest in working with the County towards the acquisition of the YMCA site, it is recommended that the Council adopt the resolution. Any funding received through the state and its agencies will help reduce the overall cost of acquisition. D. SUPPORTING DATA: Resolution No. 2007-64 Article on Regional Parks RESOLUTlOJ NO. 2007-64 SUPPORTING REQUEST FOR LCCMR APPROPIRATIONS FROM THE ENVIRONMENT AND NATURAL RESOURCES TRUST FUND BE IT RESOLVED that the City Council of Monticello, Minnesota along with the Wright County Board of Commissioners support the application to the LCCMR Environment and Natural Resources Trust Fund to be submitted on August 31, 2007 and that Marc Mattice, Wright County Parks Administrator is hereby authorized to submit the request for Wright County and the City of Monticello; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that Wright County in conjunction with the City of Monticello has the financial capability to meet the match requirement and proper acquisition of the proposed project; and BE IT FURTHER RESOL VED that upon approval of its application by the LCCMR Wright County and the City of Monticello may enter into an agreement with the LCCMR and that Wright County and the City of Monticello certify that they will comply with all applicable laws and regulations as stated in the request; NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOL VED that Marc Mattice, Parks Administrator for Wright County and Jeff O'Neill, City Administrator for the City of Monticello are hereby authorized to execute such agreements as are necessary to implement the project on behalf of the applicants. The above resolution was adopted by the Monticello City Council this 2ih day of August, 2007. Clint Herbst, Mayor ATTEST: Jeff O'Neill, City Administrator Minnesota faces growing need for regional parks U researchers call for spending $241 million on rec needs in high-growth outstate areas BY DENNIS LIEN Pioneer Press Article Last Updated: 08/11/2007 12:55: 11 AM CDT The waterpark at Battle Creek Regional Park, (photographed August 9. 2007), is popular during the summer. As more people move into cutstate Minnesota cities during the next two decades, those communites will need lots of new parks, according to a study commissioned b'l the Legislature. Battle Creek Regiona! Park is an example of a Twin Cities regional park that many people use. (Jean Pieri, Pioneer Press) As more Minnesotans head for the lakes and trees of Brainerd and Alexandria, they're bumping into a contradiction. Such popular destinations face an emerging shortage of the large, regional parks that help preserve the outdoors attractions that lure people there in the first place, according to a new state-sponsored study. The two-year effort by University of Minnesota researchers outlines that gap and offers a solution: Over the next two decades, the state should spend a quarter-billion dollars to buy and develop 27,000 acres for high-quality parks in eight fast-growing regions of the state. Otherwise, residents there will have fewer recreational outlets than their Twin Cities counterparts. "Hopefully, (policymakers) will look at it and see the issue and the problems that are going to arise if something isn't done in the very near term," said Mike Wietecki, co-author of the report submitted recently to the Legislative Citizen Commission on Minnesota Resources. Regional parks typically are at least 100 acres in size, appeal to a regional clientele and offer a concentrated array of activities not otherwise publicly available nearby such as camping, hiking, swimming, boating, canoeing and fishing. The report identified the eight fastest-growing population regions outside the immediate Twin Cities metropolitan area. One-third of the state's population growth between now and 2030 will be in those places, according to the state demographer. They include Advertisement rings north and south of the Twin Cities, and areas surrounding Rochester, Willmar, St. Cloud, Brainerd, Alexandria and Bemidji, where populations are projected to grow by 16 percent to 65 percent. After plugging in population estimates, Wietecki and George Orning, a research fellow at the university, determined how much regional park space would be needed to provide the same level of access available to Twin Cities residents. Areas from Bemidji to Rochester and from Alexandria to the southern metropolitan area are lagging. Without more land purchases for large regional parks, the study said the situation will worsen. To make regional recreation opportunities equitable, the two established a benchmark for buying property. That standard - 25 acres of regional park land for each 1,000 people - was adopted by the Metropolitan Council in 1974 as it was building its regional park system. Those eight areas already are almost 15,000 acres behind that standard and, unless something is done, will be 26,750 acres behind by 2030, according to the report. The state, it said, must spend $89 million to $133 million in 2007 dollars to meet current needs and $161 million to $241 million to meet future goals. That represents Left to right, Yanni Cha, Tom Xiong, and Kevin Cha, grill chicken for a going-away party for a friend August 9, 2007, at Battle Creek Regiona.l Park. As more people move into outstate Hinnesota cities during the next two decades, those communites \,<'ill need lots of new parks, according to a study commissioned by the Legislature, Battle Creek Regional Park is an example of a Twin Cities regicnal park that many people use. (Jean Pieri, Pioneer Press) jmp sdS/9/07 (Jean Pieri) a big spike over current spending for rural regional parks. Since 2001, less than $6 million total from a variety of state and federal sources has been funneled to those parks and only 2,246 acres have been added to the system, according to Wayne Sames, local grants program administrator for the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. Duplicating the metro model, which is based on large tracts averaging 1,000 acres, will be challenging, according to the report. "Even though there are large amounts of open space, development tends to cluster in and around high amenity areas (hills, trees and water), which are the same resources needed for regional parks," the report said. "They've got a long ways to go to be close to the standard we have in the metro area," Sames said. "And the longer those counties wait to acquire larger assemblages of land, the higher the price per acre will be." The Legislative Citizen Commission on Minnesota Resources, which paid $55,000 for the study, hasn't considered it yet. The commission could forward recommendations to the Legislature. Dorian Grilley, executive director of the Parks & Trails Council of Minnesota, said the study introduces another way of looking at recreation in Minnesota. "We have looked at state parks, we have inventoried the regional parks, but we have never done an analysis of the needs compared to the demographer reports for those areas," Grilley said. "I think it's an invaluable too!." But Grilley worries that the message will take a back seat to transportation concerns following the Aug. 1 collapse of the Interstate 35W bridge in Minneapolis and the attention being devoted to the state's highway and bridge infrastructure problems. "My biggest fear is that money for everything but highway maintenance and upgrading is going to be pretty tight," Grilley said. Last spring, the Minnesota Legislature reached a tentative deal to increase the state sales tax to pay for wildlife habitat, clean water, parks and arts projects over the next 25 years. But in the waning moments of the legislative session, the conference committee report didn't receive a floor vote. Leaders pledged then to make the issue a priority during the 2008 session. But it remains to be seen what impact the bridge collapse will have on that effort. Grilley hopes the sales tax for outdoors and arts remains a priority. "I think that issue points to a need for an increased and more consistent revenue source like the proposed constitutional amendment because the way these things are funded now just isn't keeping pace with the need," he said. "Crumbling infrastructure doesn't just include highways and bridges." Outstate parks planners already see a need. Wright County, for example, has been eyeing a I,IOO-acre YMCA-owned parcel called Camp Manitou for several years. Despite teaming up with the city of Monticello, it still hasn't been able to buy the property, which includes three lakes and is targeted by developers, according to Marc Mattice, the county's parks administrator. "Funding is going to be the main issue," said Mattice, emphasizing that people in his community want the same types of recreational amenities available in the metro area. "It's not cheap." In Stearns County, park director Chuck Wocken echoes those sentiments. "What is going to happen is the same thing happening in the Twin Cities metro area - fewer natural areas and less access to rivers and lakes," Wocken said. "You need your properties large enough to protect the resource that is attractive." Orning said it's critical to identify large blocs of land. the study identifies the most scenic ones R and lock them up before developers buy them and cut them up for homes that don't provide public access. Getting the money for that will require creativity and a new appreciation from lawmakers, Orning said. "I don't think a lot of legislators understand the magnitude of growth going on outside the seven counties," he added. Dennis Lien can be reached at dlien@pioneerpress.com or 651-228-5588. Council Agenda: 8/27/07 SH. Consideration of awardinl! contract for Tower Drive Improvements. City Proiect No. 2007-08C. (B.W.) A. REFERENCE AND BACKGROUND: On July 23, 2007 the City Council approved the final plans and specifications and authorized the advertisement for bids for the above referenced project. Bids were received and opened on Tuesday, August 21,2007. The City received a total often (10) bids. The lowest verified bid was submitted by Doboszenski and Sons, Inc., from Loretto, Minnesota, in the amount of $108,773.60. The Engineer's opinion of probable cost for this project was $147,000. A public hearing was not held for this project since no assessments are being proposed. As part of Council's motion for authorizing the preparation of plans and specifications for the project, staff was directed to provide conduits for both existing and future fiber optic lines under the paved parking stalls on the east side of the site. During fmal design the easterly row of parking stalls were relocated slightly to the west allowing the existing fiber optic line to remain in the green space east of the paved parking stalls. The future City fiber optic line can also be located within this green space. As such, conduits are no longer necessary and have been excluded from the project. As previously stated at the June 25th Council meeting, staffwill coordinate all work between this project and the painting of the 800,000 gallon water tower to make sure no conflicts occur. Work on the 800,000 gallon water tower began on August 14th and it is currently anticipated that the project will be completed ahead of schedule. B. ALTERNATIVE ACTIONS: 1. Motion to award the project to Doboszenski and Sons, Inc. in the amount of $108,773.60. 2. Motion to not award the project at this time. C. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: It is the recommendation of the City Administrator, the Public Works Director and the City Engineer that the City Council approve Alternative Action No.1. D. SUPPORTING DATA: Letter of Recommendation Bid Tabulation Summary Bid Tabulation ... WSB &- Associates. iflc. Infrastructure _ Engineering _ Planning _ c9nstruction 701 Xenia Avenue South Suite 300 Minneapolis, MN 55416 Tel: 763541.4800 Fax: 763541.1700 August 21,2007 Honorable Mayor and City Council City of Monticello 505 Walnut Street, Suite I Monticello, MN 55362 Re: Tower Drive Improvements Street and Appurtenant Work City of Monticello Project No. 2007-08C WSB Project No. 1627-78 Dear Mayor and Council Members: Bids were received for the above-referenced project on Tuesday, August 21, 2007, and were opened and read aloud. Ten bids were received. The bids were checked for mathematical accuracy and tabulated. Please fmd enclosed the bid tabulation indicating the low bidder as Doboszenski & Sons, Inc., Loretto, Minnesota, in the amount of$108,773.60. The Engineer's Estimate was $147,000.00. We recommend that the City Council consider these bids and award a contract to Doboszenski & Sons, Inc., based on the results ofthe bids received. Sincerely, WSB & Associates, Inc. Zrd., - Timot y C. Hanson, PE Senior Project Manager Enclosures cc: Doboszenski & Sons, Inc. srb K:'OI627_78'Admin'C"M'n<ctl<mAdm;;,ILTR RECMMDr;.'"",".M2107~'ignd.J<,c PROJECT: Tower Drive Improvements Street and Appurtenant Work City of Monticello Project No. 2007 -08C LOCATION: City of Monticello, MN WSB PROJECT NO.: 1627-78 Bids Opened: Tuesday, August 21, 2007 at 10:00 a.m. Contractor Bid Security (5%) 1 Doboszenski & Sons, Inc. X 2 Dennis Fehn Gravel & Excavating, Inc. X 3 Rum River Contracting Co. X 4 Breitbach Construction Co., Inc. X 5 New Look Contracting, Inc. X 6 Knife River X 7 Hardrives, Inc. 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'" ill ~ " ~ ~ 0 ;; N M ~ "' '" ~ '" M M <J) ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ci " Z Gl C > 0 .jjj :;::: U III ~ .. ... III .!!! " Cl :0 Gl c:: - 0 I: 0 :;::: U ::J " 0 .. Q. Gl .. ... U III >< Gl I: III .!!! .!!! .c ... ... III .c ... ~ I 1:: >.1\:1 Gl In' u ,,\b >. .c Gl ~ l;:: .- Gl Gl 1::... .c Gl III UC 00 '- o 00 Council Meeting - 08/27/2007 51. Consideration of schedulin a worksho for Se tember 17 2007 on the Public Works Facility and Needs Study. (J.S.) A. REFERENCE AND BACKGROUND: As discussed at a previous Council Meeting after presentation of the Public Works Facility Needs Study by Ed Kodet of Kodet Architectural, this study requires an in-depth look at the study in order to plan for the immediate needs of the Public Works Department as well as the long term plan for the Public Works Facility. It is proposed that the City Council set a workshop on the regular scheduled Council Meeting date of September 17,2007 at 5:30 p.m. to discuss the study and possible options for the future. B. ALTERNATIVE ACTIONS: 1. The first alternative would be to set a workshop for the City Council and staff at 5:30 p.m. on the evening of September 17, 2007 to discuss the Public Works Facility and Needs Study in depth and look at options for the future. 2. The second alternative would be to select an alternative date for the workshop. 3. The third alternative would be not to set a date at this time for the workshop. C. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: It is the recommendation of the Public Works Facility Needs Study Committee that the City Council approve the workshop for September 17, 2007 as outlined in alternative #1. D. SUPPORTING DATA: None. Council Agenda: 8/27/07 5J. Consideration of a request for extension of a Conditional Use Permit for Development Stal!:e Planned Unit Development and Preliminary Plat for Villas on Elm. Applicant: UP Development (AS) A. REFERENCE AND BACKGROUND On August 7tb, 2007, tbe Planning Conunissioned recommended approval of a request for extension for Preliminary Plat and CUP for the Villas at Elm project. Tbe recommendation came after tabling action for two months to allow tbe applicant time to work witb tbe property owner on tbe numerous bligbt and nuisance violations on tbe subject property. Tbe Commission recognized tbat tbe applicant and property owner had worked to remedy bligbt and nuisance issues. Tbe Commission also discussed tbe applicant's limited ability to impact tbe remaining bligbt issues, including tbe trailers parked on tbe property and tbe concrete pad remaining on tbe site. On June 6th, 2006, the Planning Commission reviewed and approved a development stage planned unit development and preliminary plat application for the proposed Villas on Elm project, submitted by UP Development. The City Council approved the preliminary plat and PUD on June 26th, 2006. The Preliminary Plat and Development Stage PUD approved for the Villas on Elm is a III unit residential development project on the former Ruff Auto property. The project is proposed to be divided into two phases. Phase I is located south of West 6th Street and east of Elm Street. For this phase, the developer proposed attached townhome units in a combination of 3-unit and 4-unit structures. Phase II is located south of West 6th Street and west of Elm Street. The developer proposed a combination of detached and attached townhomes, as well as single family homes for this phase. Both sites are zoned PZ-M, Performance Zone Mixed Use. The Council's approval of the applications was conditioned on a number of items. A letter regarding those conditions and next steps was sent to the applicant on July 26th, 2006, and is attached for reference. Any extension approval would include continuation of those conditions. The applicant had begun work on addressing the conditions, even prior to the extension request. However, these conditions are required to be met prior to any consideration of a final plat. Staff has completed a reconciliation of preliminary plat costs in conjunction with the request for extension. The costs for review of the preliminary plat and PUD to-date have exceeded the amount of deposit on record for this project by $2,238.35. This amount has been discussed with the developed. As such, staff has included in the recommendation to approve a recovery of these costs, as well as deposit toward additional future expenses, which will be incurred in a review of the plans to meet conditions. Due to non-use, the conditional use permit for PUD and preliminary plat are set to expire on June 27th, 2007. The Monticello Zoning Ordinance requires that conditional use permits expire due to non-use after one year. Further, the Monticello Subdivision Ordinance requires that preliminary plats be [mal platted within one year. Notification regarding these expirations was provided to applicants. The notification did include information relating to the ability to seek an extension. By ordinance, a letter requesting extension must be received at least 30 days prior to the expiration of the permit. As such, an extension letter was received on May 15th, 2007. The extension request is attached. A review of the extension petition is required by the Planning Commission, with their recommendation going forward to the City Council. The request for I Council Agenda: 8/27/07 extension does not clarify any proposed changes, nor a timeline for submittal of revised plans meeting the approved conditions. The extension letter sent by the applicant does not reference a specific timeline for the extension period. Staff would recommend extension ofthe conditional use permit for one additional year, to June 26th, 2008. B. ALTERNATIVE ACTIONS I. Motion to extend the June 26th, 2006 Conditional Use Permit for Development Stage Planned Unit Development and Preliminary Plat for Villas on Elm to June 26th, 2008, with all previously approved conditions assigned to the extension, and that condition that the applicant reimburse the City for expenses incurred in the review of the application to- date, and submission of a deposit to cover future review expenses associated with the review of revised preliminary plat and PUD plans. 2. Motion to deny extension of the June 26th, 2006 Conditional Use Permit for Development Stage Planned Unit Development and Preliminary Plat for Villas on Elm, based on findings to be made by the City Council. 3. Motion of other. C. STAFF RECOMMENDATION Planning staff believes that the applicant may have only limited control in requiring the current property owner to remove the trailers and concrete pad. Blight issues and code violations are the direct responsibility of the property owner. The City's enforcement action may best be directed at the property owner. It has come to the attention of staff that the property owner's ability to address these blight issues may hinge on the sale of this property to the applicant. It should be noted that there still a number of items that the applicant has to address in terms of meeting the conditions of the development stage Planned Unit Development. Staff would recommend that any extension approval should be contingent on meeting of all conditions previously assigned and on payment of expenses incurred. D. 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" ! ~ " , I " ! ~O' , ;~ . ~.. . ~~ f 1 o~" "~g).'i() ~....,~ ~~ ~~~ I ~~i ~g~~ . IT ,:~ i~ s ~ . ~~h ~ 2 ~~~~i ~~~ l~iH~'~ flF l ,~~. ~ ~ ~ ;~f ~~ '-:;~ ~~(,; ~ 0 ;;; i;:j~ I/;l.~ ....). ~ ri~'" s p . p . ~ ~~: . ~ 0 " H~ 0 ~ ~ z~~--> . ~~ ~ ---- . ~ ~ e:~~~: /. -800 SI~ ~ ~' ~-,- --~-t:,c _: :; ~ ''! ~ ~ , ,- a -., -., =tl C) h- e- U) . ~ ~ 3 . i ~ p . ~ , , ! p . :,; , . ~ , ~ $ i " ~ ~ " l' . , f ! . ~ ~ ! ~ ~ ~ , f r I ~ ~ , , i-u , ~11~~~~} , u, i ~ 0, il ~in i~ ~~~ ~ ~~i ~ i;~ i ~;o'j,; ~ "l: ~ ~1' ~~~ ~l~ ~ti ~~[ tf' , ! ~ - ~ ~ ~ ' " . u ~ ~ - ~ ~ ~' ~ ~ ~ r- ~ ~ . ~ ." .. " ~ . ~ . o I. July 26th, 2006 MONTICELLO Mr. Tom Rollings UP Development 4550 Weston Lane North Plymouth, MN 55446 RE: VillasonElm Dear Mr. Rollings, This letter serves as an update on the status of the Villas on Elm project in terms of your next steps in the City's review process. On June 26th, 2006, the City Council voted to approve the conditional use pennit for development stage PUD and preliminary plat request for the project. The conditions of that approval are as fol1ows: I. The applicant shall verify actual building designs for single family homes, attached townhomes and detached townhomes. 2. An alternate design shall be submitted for the rear of all detached townhomes to create a more attractive streetscape. 3. An alternate design shall be submitted for single family homes adhering to R-2A standards. 4. The applicant shall submit a revised landscape plan for the single family homes illustrating compliance withR-2A standards. 5. A six foot landscaped buffer shall be installed to separate all shared driveways. 6. An alternate parking plan shall be submitted reducing the size of both head-in parking bays in Phase II and restoring a portion of the usable open space. 7. On-street parking shall be limited to one side of each road. Hours of on-street parking shall be limited to prevent ovemight parking and on-street parking shall be prohibited during snowplowing season. Dates of said season and appropriate hours shall be established by the City Council. 8. The applicant shall submit all documentation relating to environmental concerns of the site. 9. The applicant shall comply with all recommendations of the City Engineer. 10. The developer shaH submit homeowner's association documents. II. All unit/home designs shall be submitted to the Planning Commission and City Council for approval. 12. The sidewalks on either side of Elm Street shaH be revised to follow the ROW. 13. The sidewalk on the west side of Elm Street should be extended to the northern edge of the site and the sidewalk on the east side of Elm Street should be extended south of Street B to the edge of the site. 14. A street lighting plan shall be submitted demonstrating that garage lighting will not be used in lieu of street lights. 15. Other conditions as recommended by the City Council. Monticello City Hall, 505 Walnut Street, Suite I, Monticello, MN 55362-883 L . (763) 295-2711 . Fax (763) 295-4404 Office of Public Works. 909 Golf Course Rd., Monticello, MN 55362 . (763) 295-3170. Fax (763) 271-3272 Tom Rollings July 26th, 2006 Page 2 These conditions will be supplied to Wright County in an order of recording for the conditional use permit. Prior to consideration of acceptance of construction plans for the project, the above conditions must be addressed, with the exception of those related to building designs. All building designs must be approved by the Planning Commission and City Council prior to final stage POO approval and any building pennit approvals. A complete set of revised preliminary plat and development stage POO plans in satisfaction of theses conditions is required to meet the approval and allow for further review of this project. Additionally, engineering staff has completed a thorough review of the current plan submittal and has the following comments which also need to be addressed in the revised submittal and in future preparation of construction documents. A letter from WSB Water Resources Engineer Phil Elkin is also attached for reference. General Co=ents (some may have been addressed in revised plans submitted to the City Council) I) Manholes shall not be located in wheel tracks. 2) Mainline utilities shall not be located under curbs. 3) Hydrants on curves sball be located on the inside of the curve. 4) Backyard drains sball be a minimum of 4-feet in depth to prevent freezing. S) Provide for overland drainage in case back yard drains freeze. 6) All drainage shall be contained within existing or proposed drainage easements. 7) All drainage entering the development from off-site sball be picked up in drainage easements. 8) All ponds shall include a 10-foot wide by I-foot deep safety bench beginning at the normal water level. 9) All ponds sball be designed to be accessible by maintenance vehicles within a drainage and utility easement. . 10) Storm sewer pipe for all public systems and connection to all public systems shall be Rep. 11) Include all applicable City of Monticello Standard Plates in plan set Plan Sheet No.1 of 8; Cover Sheet 1) Provide all required information and notes per City of Monticello Plan Requirements and Design Guidelines. 2) Provide actual street names. Plan Sheet No.2 of8; Preliminary Plat 1) Work with City sraffto address plat issues along Elm Street and 7th Street as discussed at 6/26/06 City Council meeting. The right of way on Elm Street and plat boundaries need to be verified with the title work and the City would require a 66-foot right of way to allow for adequate boulevard width and sidewalk placement within the right of way. 2) Provide actual street names. 3) Provide required information and notes per City of Monticello Plan Requirements and Design Guidelines. 4) Provide easement for storm sewer from CB2 to new project stom sewer connection (CBMH2?). See note 11 for plan sheet 4 of 8. S) Provide easement for watermain between lots 19 and 20 if connecting to 8" DIP stub near lot 20. See note 12 for plan sheet 3 of8. Tom Rollings July 26", 2006 Page 3 Plan Sheet No.3 of8; Preliminary Utility Plan I) Provide actual street names. 2) Provide stationing along an streets. 3) Revise note 8to read "ALL UNUSED EXISTING SANITARy..... 4) Provide appropriate line types for an existing utilities. 5) Show existing watermain along 6" Street east of Elm Street 6) Provide directional flow arrows in plan view for each sanitary sewer line. 7) Provide structure numbers for an sanitary manholes. 8) Provide profiles for an sanitary sewer and watermain. 9) Provide plan view locations of an service lines (sanitary sewer and watermain). 10) Provide a minimum of two valves at three-leg watermain intersections, and three valves at four-leg intersections. Locate gate valves in-line with right-of-way. II) locate hydrants at intersections and property lines. 12) The City would prefer to connect to the existiog 8" DIP watermain stub west of Elm Street near lot 20, rather than dig up Elm Street to the north. Please investigate and respond. Plan Sheet No.4 of 8; Preliminary Street & Storm Sewer PIan I) Provide actual street names. 2) Provide stationing along all streets. 3) Provide comer radii for an streets (at least one per intersection when labeled "typ"). 4) Provide profiles for all proposed streets. 5) label typical street sections for each street (City Plate No. 5000 or 5001). 6) Label required curb and guller removal. 7) Label required saw cuts. 8) Provide sidewalk west of Elm Street to north end of plat 9) Provide sidewalk east of Elm Street to south end of plat. 10) Relocate sidewalk along Elm Street to I' off right-of-way. Provide minimum 6' boulevard (face of curb to edge of walk) where insufficient right-of-way exists. II) CB2 is shown connecting to a private storm sewer system. CB2 must connect to storm sewer within this project (possibly CBMH2?). 12) Provide profiles for all storm sewer (flared end sections, pipes and structures). 13) asc I should be relabeled acs I. 14) Directional flow arrow for west pond outlet to acs I should be aligned over storm sewer. 15) Proposed retaining wall construction is shown within drainage and utility easements on south end of development, which is not allowed. Plan Sheet No. 5 of8; Preliminary Grading Plan I) Provide actual street names. 2) Provide stationing along all streets. 3) Add a rock construction entrance at east end of 6 Y, street. 4) Clearly label existing contours between 6 and 6 Y, streets east of development Plan Sheet No. 6 of8; Tree Survey I) No comments. Plan Sheet No.7 and 8 of 8; Details 1) No comments. Tom RoUings July 26", 2006 Page 4 You will also fmd enclosed for reference the following items to aid in future submittals and process. Monticello Development Process Guidebook Plan Set Requirements Development/Final Stage PUD Checklist Preliminary Plat Checklist and Worksheet The Development Process Guidebook is helpful in identifying the next steps and requirements in terms of the fmal platting and construction process. The other materials are being provided to ensure that you have the information necessary to submit a complete revision package. At the time that you are ready to proceed with supplying fmal home designs to the Planning Commission and City Council, please contact me to arrange a review and hearing schedule. If you should have any questions on the information above, please do not hesitate to contact either myself or the City Engineer Bruce Westby. \ c: leffO'Neill, Deputy City Administrator Bruce Westby, City Engineer Steve Grittman, NAC Shibani Bisson, WSB & Associates PLANNING/PROJECT RECONCILIATION UP (CBR) Development/Ruff Property 2003-050/2005-073 N/A 8/22/2007 $5,000.00 CUP Concept Stage App Review Deposit $7,000.00 CUP Devel. Stahe App Review Deposit $125.00 CUP Application Fee 125.00 CUP Concept Application Fee 200.00 CUP Devel. Application Fee 300.00 Preliminary Plat/Rezone Fee $750.00 TOTAL 2004 2006 2006 2006 $12,000.00 TOTAL -$2,838.40 Planning Consultant Fees $0.00 Planning/Administration Staff Fees -$1,889.00 Engineering Consultant Fees $0.00 Engineering/lnsepction Staff Fees -$87.50 Legal Consultant Fees $0.00 Miscellaneous Professional Services -$4,814.90 SUBTOTAL -$5,449.45 Planning Consultant Fees $0.00 Planning/Administration Staff Fees -$3,964.00 Engineering Consultant Fees $0.00 Engineering/lnsepction Staff Fees -$100.00 Legal Consultant Fees $0.00 Miscellaneous Professional Services -$9,513.45 SUBTOTAL Co unci IAgenda - 08/27/2007 5K. Consideration of schedulinl! a workshop for September 10, 2007 on the Biosolids Proiect. (J.S.) A. REFERENCE AND BACKGROUND: A recent study has been completed by Pro Ag Crop Services on increasing the amount of biosolids and nitrogen applied to the biosolids farm through the use of alternate crops. That report should be available under separate cover handed out at Monday evening's regular Council Meeting. City staff requests that the Council hold a workshop on the evening of September 10, 2007 just prior to the regular scheduled Council Meeting to discuss the status of the Biosolid Project, status of the biosolids farm, status of NPDES permit renewal with the MPCA for operation of the WWTP and the status of the proposed Sunny Fresh Foods wastewater treatment expansion at their site. B. ALTERNATIVE ACTIONS: 1. The first alternative would be to schedule a workshop at 5:30 p.m. on the evening of September 10, 2007 just prior to the regular scheduled Council Meeting for the purpose of updating and discussing the wastewater treatment plant operations, the biosolids project, status of our NPDES permit and the status of Sunny Fresh Foods proposal to build a treatment facility at their current site. 2. The second alternative would be to schedule a workshop at a different date and time. 3. The third alternative would be to not schedule a workshop at this time. C. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: It is the recommendation of the Biosolids Committee that the City Council schedule a workshop on the evening of September 10,2007 as outlined in alternative #1 above. Many items regarding the WWTP are in limbo at this time and staff needs further direction. D. SUPPORTING DATA: None. Council Agenda - 08/27/2007 5L. Consideration of acceptinl!: a Quotation and approvinl!: the purchase and installation of a 16' x 16' open air shelter in West Bfidl!:e Park. (T.P.) A. REFERENCE AND BACKGROUND: The Parks Department has placed an amount of$10,000 in the 2007 Budget for the purchase and installation of a new 16' x 16' open air shelter for West Bridge Park. We received a total of three quotes for this project. The lowest quote was from Flanagan Sales in the amount of $12,138.87. The Parks Department will be responsible for the installation of the concrete slab. The cost estimate for the concrete work is $500 and this would be absorbed from our General Operating Fund. The Parks Department also has money in the Landscaping Fund that wjll absorb the additional $2,138.87 which is over the budgeted amount. Due to the great demand from the community for the use of this park the Parks Commission is recommending the purchase and installation of this shelter. B. ALTERNATIVE ACTIONS: 1. The first alternative would be to approve the purchase and installation of the 16' x 16' open air shelter from Flanagan Sales in the amount of$12,138.87. 2. The second alternative would be to not to approve the purchase and installation of the shelter at this time. C. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: It is the recommendation of the Parks Commission, Public Works Director and Acting Park Superintendent that the City Council approve the purchase and installation of the new open air shelter in West Bridge Park as outlined in alternative #1. D. SUPPORTING DATA: Copy of proposals; Picture of proposed structure; Aerial map of park. Page 1 oft AERIAL VIEW OF WEST BRIDGE PARK tss -t C r. i • R � ,sso'ucrs,, f i A 41A • s} �Y i ,sao,aesstso ;�; , - tS54t00S2t4C - iSS�? COpri�kt L2l4!'fAfri iti/+Couni � ' r ' S��. http://l 56.99.28.84/servlet/com.esri.esrimap.Esrimap?ServiceName=CustomParcel&Client... 8/23/2007 . . . f"lanagan Sales Inc. ~I~.I SUPPORTING DATA QUOTATION To: Project: City of Monticello 505 Walnut Street Suite 1 Monticello, MN 55362 Poligon Shelters Tom 763-271-3276 763-271-3272 Date: August 22, 2007 Contact Phone: Fax: C.612-221-753O We are plea' ,Ild to provide the following quotation on items supplied by Poligan Park Architecture 9h. li!l~ SQ.: DescriDtion Unit Price Square Roof Shelter SQR 16 MR Includes: Anchor Bolts" Powder Coat Finish" " 42# Snow Load Requirement S2718M6 Cupola Also Includes Freight Installation of SQR 16 MR above 1 1 "If you need sealed engineer drawings add - $650.00 " Prices supl,ly only _ Installation not included Sub Total Tax 6.50/. Freight Total IIIPORTAN ~ INFORMA nON: . Quotaticn In effect until: Sept. 12.2007 . Freightl'"sed on shipment to Monticello . Shipme.,t can cummUy ba made in 12-16 weeks aller approval of drawings if required . Terms::O Days Net Invoice. . Orders IIi II be placed upon receipt of Purchase Order or Signed Quotation. . Purchase Orders should be made out to Flanagan Sales, Inc. Extension $6,273.00 53,125.00 $11,398,00 '-\O~. not included'" , Included I J-,l')~ I g 7 Thank You! Flanagan Sales, Inc. ACCEPTED 13Y: DATE: 2475 Maplewood Drive. Suite 114 _ SI. Paul - Minnesota _ 55109 Phone: fi51.633.0123 _ 1.800.328.3557. Fax: 651.633.1515. E-mail: wecanheloilllflanaaansales,com . TO: ATTN: PHONE: FAX: DATE: PROJECT: PROPOSAL Public Works 909 Golf Course Road Monticello, Mn. 55362 Tom 763-271-3276 763-271-3272 08123107 .. Shelter FROM: SUPPORTING DATA Clearwater Recreation 329 East Lake Street Waconia. Mn 55387 952-442-1820 952-442-4439 Net 30 days QUANnrn DESCRIPTION PRICE EACH TOTAL 1 Navajo Shelter 16'x 16' Tubular Hip Roof Shelter $10.737 20# I Sq. Ft. Snow Load 90 MPH Wind Load Aluminum Gutters. 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FIX 783.54UO!50 .-lMIlllnfoOmnwIplay.CCIlTI . _.mnwtplay.CCIlTI http.,'/www.iconshetters.com'CategoryDownloads,`SQ20M. jpg Page 1 of 1 SUPPORTING DATA 8/22/2007 Council Agenda - 08/27/2007 SM. Consideration of a request bv the American Leeion for number and olacement of off-site directional siens. (J.S.) A. REFERENCE AND BACKGROUND: At a previous Council Meeting the City Council amended the sign ordinance to allow up to three off-site directional signs to be installed by the City and paid for by the applicant who in this case is the American Legion. Following the Sign Policy the signs are to be 18" x 24" and green & white. These signs will be reflective white letters on a green background. Under the new ordinance the American Legion is now requesting the placement of three signs, simply stating "American Legion" with a directional arrow. Two signs are to be placed at the intersection of 3rd Street and TH 25, one for the southbound traffic with a right arrow on the northwest comer of the intersection and another sign at the southeast comer of the intersection for northbound traffic with a left directional arrow. The third sign requested is at the T- intersection of West 6th Street and Elm Street with a directional arrow to the right. Art Doran, the current American Legion Commander, will be at the meeting to discuss this with the City Council. B. ALTERNATIVE ACTIONS: I. The first alternative is to approve the request from the American Legion for the placement of three signs at the locations indicated above. The signs being 18" x 24" green & white placed by the City and paid for by the applicant. 2. The second alternative would be to allow the placement of only two signs, the ones located at TH 25 and 3rd Street. 3. The third alternative would be not to allow the placement of any off-site directional signs for the American Legion. C. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: It is the recommendation of the Public Works Director and Site Review Committee that the City Council authorize the three signs as outlined in alternative #1. D. SUPPORTING DATA: Copy of map showing three locations. ~ COUHrv S:-. e e. . RICAN LEGION PROPOSED ~:E~TIONAL SIGN OFF-SITELgCATIONS ~r': "..~. < . ~ j .... ."11. .....,., 8. Consideration of a reauest to amend Chapter 3 of the Monticello Zonine Ordinance reeulatine heieht and area of sieus in a freewav overlav zone within commercial districts. Applicant: Monticello Plannine Commission. The Planning Commission reviewed and made a motion to recommend approval of an amendment to the sign ordinance as related to the freeway overlay district in October of 2006. However, a property owner on West Chelsea Road was unable to have representation at that meeting and felt strongly that additional discussion was warranted on the sign overlay in this area. As such, a second notice for public hearing on this item was published to allow for discussion. A second public hearing was held on July 11, 2007. Public input during the public hearing consisted of a request to allow larger signs, up to 400 square feet in area and 50 feet in height, and expanded the overlay district once again. Specifically, a request was made to expand the overlay to include the area identified as Zone 1 on Exhibit B. Another request was made to extend the overlay area further south. The Planning Commission considered all public input and chose to make no changes to their recommendation from October. That recommendation was to expand the overlay district as illustrated in Exhibit A, and make no amendment to the sign area and height allowed. Planning staff has prepared a short presentation to be made during the meeting which provides some examples of sign heights and sizes in Monticello, as well as sign comparisons to surrounding areas, to aid the Council in their decision. A. REFERENCE AND BACKGROUND: The City has recently experienced an increase in the number of Variance requests for larger pylon signs, particularly for commercial businesses attempting to take advantage of freeway exposure. Section 3-9 [B]4(e) of the Zoning Ordinance does provide for a bonus to allow "freeway standard signs" up to 200 square feet in area and 32 feet high. Businesses in any commercial or industrial area located within 800 feet of a freeway, but not directly abutting the freeway, are eligible for this bonus. However, all business outside this bonus area must comply with area and height regulations as determined by the speed limit and road classification of the road on which the building is located. Under this ordinance, businesses on collector streets with lower speed limits are not allowed as much signage as neighboring businesses on roads classified as major thoroughfares or freeways. In order to address this issue, the Planning Commission directed staff to prepare an amendment, expanding the freeway bonus area. Staff prepared maps for the September 5th Planning Commission meeting illustrating two different options for expanding this bonus district. The Planning Commission chose Option Two, which extended the freeway bonus district south to Chelsea Road, including all parcels with frontage on Chelsea Road. The Planning Commission directed staff to further modify this map, broadening the expansion area and breaking down the potential bonus area into several different zones which could be evaluated on their own merit. For purposes of this revised map, the bonus district expansion area included only those sections with commercial zoning designations. This map may be found attached as Exhibit Z. The Planning Commission recommended approval of including Section 2 and Section 3. Section 2 is currently zoned B-3 and Section 3 is currently zoned B-4. For reference and comparison purposes, a photo inventory of existing signs within the City has been compiled and attached as Exhibit E. An inventory of freestanding signs in the cities of Rogers and Maple Grove has also been included for purposes of comparison. Planning Commission's motion was to recommend amendment ofthe sign ordinance to extend the freeway bonus district to include all of the area labeled as orange on the freeway overlay district options map (Exhibit B) and to include yellow areas 2 and 3, with the extension or area 2 to Dundas Road. Exhibit A is reflective of the fmal sign bonus area recommended for approval by the Commission on October 3rd, 2006. B. ALTERNATIVE ACTIONS Planning Commission recommended alternative 1 below. Regarding the proposed amendment to Section 3-9 [B]4(e) of the Zoning Ordinance relating to the potential expansion of the "freeway bonus," the City has the following options: 1. Motion to approve the amendment to Section 3-9 [B]4(e) of the Zoning Ordinance as proposed in Exhibit A, based on a finding that the proposed amendment is consistent with the intent of Zoning Ordinance as it relates to freestanding signs, and will not have an adverse affect on neighboring properties. 2. Motion to deny the amendment to Section 3-9 [B]4(e) of the Zoning Ordinance as proposed in Exhibit A, based on a finding that the proposed amendment will have an adverse affect on neighboring properties. 3. Motion to table action on the request for further study, providing an opportunity for freestanding signs to be addressed with the overall Zoning Ordinance update. C. SUPPORTING DATA: A. Freeway Bonus Sign Overlay District- As Recommended by the Planning Commission on 6/11/07. B. 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REFERENCE AND BACKGROUND: It is the intent of this report to outline the pertinent issues and considerations related to developing a storm water utility fee in the City of Monticello. The purpose of establishing a storm water fee is to develop a funding mechanism that will fairly charge land owners based on their use of the storm sewer system. Based on this premise, land uses that have a high percentage of impervious surface, which generate large volumes of runoff, such as commercial and industrial areas, would be charged more than land uses that have a small amount of impervious surface, which generate less runoff, such as parks. The storm water utility also needs to be developed in such a manner as to be legally defensible, understandable and easy to administer. As is noted in the report, many cities throughout the state utilize this program for their maintenance activities. This report was requested by the City Engineering and Public Works Staff who have long recognized the need for a utility to finance the storm water system operations. While this report outlines the issues and steps involved in creating a storm water utility, it has not taken all of the steps needed to establish a storm water utility system for the City of Monticello. All of the sample costs and revenue presented in the report are estimated based on the current City zoning districts. Ifthe City Council wishes to pursue this funding mechanism, it is recommended that a Storm Water Utility Committee be established to address the following issues: . Define Activities To Be Funded By A Storm Water Utility . Establish Land Use Categories by Impervious Surface . Develop Rate Structure . Develop Revenue Projection . Finalize Fee Structure/Proposed Rates . Hold Informational Meetings . Develop an Ordinance for Council Approval If the Council decides to move forward, there will be some consultant costs associated with completing the above-noted tasks. These costs will be determined with City Staff and can be recovered through the revenue generated. B. ALTERNATIVE ACTIONS: 1. Authorize City Staff to proceed with establishing a Storm Water Utility program. 2. Do not authorize the preparation of a Strom Water Utility at this time. C. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: It is the recommendation of the City Administrator, City Engineer and Public Works Director to select Alternative No.1. (', <lxx-'lImenl", and Sellill[:,,"dawI!.Qo.\'8111gf'r'Loc{Jc1 SeflinRs', Temporary II/femel Fik,,'OIKH3\AGN I1M- Storm Waler Uliliry_Ofi2i107.doG Council Agenda: 8/27/07 D. SUPPORTING DATA: Attached Report (':\f)"l:rlmem." and Sellin/?\",da!l-'II.[?fOS"ill:!erll",caf Sellil1K-'"Temporary Inlemel Fife.\'IOLKB3'ACN ITM- Slorm Wwer Ulilily_lJfi2M!7.doc Planning Commission Agenda- 08/27/07 10. Consideration of a request for amendment to the Monticello Zonin!! Ordinance Chapter 3- 51Fl. as related to the required setback for off-street parkin!! from City streets in residential districts. Applicant: City of Monticello (~ The Planning Commission heard this item at their June 11, 1007 regular meeting and recommended approval of Option A, to allow parking within 15 feet of a street surface except when a snow accumulation reaches two inches or more. The Commission recognized the need for such regulations to assist City Officials with enforcing the nuisance ordinance and addressing blight issues throughout the City. This item is being considered in conjunction with a series of amendments to Section 3-5[F] relating to off-street parking. A. REFERENCE AND BACKGROUND The City recently amended the public nuisance ordinance to address blight issues within the City. In discussions regarding this amendment, concerns were raised regarding vehicle storage in the side yard and rear yard of residential properties. A public hearing was previously held to address offf-street parking, specifically relating to parking in the rear yard of residential properties. During this public hearing process, additional concerns were raised with the existing ordinance language relating! to locations for off-street parking. Section 3-5 [F] relating to off-street parking locations currently rea~s as follows: i I LOCATION: All accessory off-street parkingfacilities required by this ordinance shall be located and restricted as follows: 1. Required accessory off-street parking shall be on the same lot under the same ownership as the principal use being served except under the provisions of Chapter 3, Section 5 [I]. 2. Except for single, two-family, and townhouse dwellings, head-in parking directly off of and adjacent to a public street with each stall having its own direct access to the public street shall be prohibited. 3. There shall be no off-street parking within frfieen (15) feet of any street su~face. 4. The boulevard portion of the street right-o~way shall not be usedfor parking. Specific concerns raised related to items 3 and 4. The current off-street parking ordinance prohibits parking within 15 feet of any street surface, as well as parking within the boulevard. Concerns have been expressed with this provision of the ordinance. In terms of parking stall design, the Ordinance states that all parking stalls must be a minimum of20 feet in length. The stall length requirement, in addition to the 15 foot requirement, would require all driveways within the City to be a minimum of 35 feet in length in order for cars to be parked within the allowed area. There are several instances throughout the City where residential driveways are less than 35 feet in length. While these situations are more prevalent in townbome and two-family units, they do exist on many single family properties as well. Thus, the 15 foot setback requirement is difficult to enforce. Planning Commission Agenda- 08/27/07 The intent of this 15-foot setback requirement is to prevent vehicles from blocking public sidewalks and pathways. The prohibition of parking in the boulevard is for similar purposes, as well as preventing parked vehicles from interfering with snow plows. Vehicles parked within the City's boulevard can be a nuisance for snow plow operators and other Public Works officials. In a similar sense, vehicles parked in a manner that obstructs a public sidewalk can be a nuisance for pedestrians. Upon direction ofthe Planning Commission and City Council, staff has prepared ordinance language to address vehicle parking within 15 feet of a street surface, and vehicle parking within the boulevard. In order to assist the Building Department with enforcing the public nuisance ordinance, some clarity with the ordinance language may be necessary. While the existing language may be difficult to enforce due to shorter driveways and multiple vehicles, the intent of the existing provisions must be recognized. The intent to prohibit vehicles from interfering with public sidewalks and pathways and to prevent vehicles parked in driveways from interfering with snow plows may be addressed in a manner that does not completely restrict parking within the boulevard. B. ALTERNATIVE ACTIONS The Planning Commission recommends alternative 1 below. Staff has prepared three alternatives to address the issues with the current ordinance. Amendment language has been prepared for alternatives I and 2, and has been attached for reference. The alternatives are as follows: I. Amend the ordinance to allow parking within 15 feet of the street surface and within the boulevard in circumstances where vehicles will not interfere with sidewalks or snowplows. (Option/Exhibit A) 2. Amend the ordinance to prohibit parking within 15 feet of the street surface and within the boulevard for any period of time in excess of 24 hours. (Option/Exhibit B) 3. Retain the current ordinance language, prohibiting all off-street parking within 15 feet of the street surface and all off-street parking within the boulevard for residential properties. Alternative I allows vehicles to be parked in the currently restricted areas at all times, so long as they do not become a nuisance for pedestrians or City Officials. The language relating to snowfalls is taken directly from the City's Snow Plowing Policy for the 2006-2007 season. Alternative 2 allows vehicles to be parked in these areas for brief period of time, not to exceed 24 hours. Staff also presents the option of retaining the current ordinance language. Sample amendments for Alternatives I and 2 may be modified at the request ofthe City. D. SUPPORTING DATA A. Proposed Ordinance Option A B. Proposed Ordinance Option B C. Current Off-Street Parking Ordinance 2 Planning Commission Agenda- 08/27/07 EXHIBIT A ORDINANCE NO. CITY OF MONTICELLO WRIGHT COUNTY, MINNESOTA AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 3-5 OF THE MONTICELLO ZONING ORDINANCE RELATING TO LOCATION OF ACCESSORY OFF-STREET PARKING FACILITIES THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF MONTICELLO ORDAINS: Section 1. Section 3-5[F] the Monticello Zoning Ordinance is amended as follows: i [F] LOCA nON: All accessory off-street parking f~cilities required by this ordinance shall be located and restricted as follows: I 1. Required accessory off-street parking shall ~e on the same lot under the same ownership as the principal use being served except under the provisions of Chapter 3, Section 5 [IJ. 2. Except for single, two-family, and townhouse dwellings, head-in parking directly off of and adjacent to a public street with each stall having its own direct access to the public street shall be prohibited. 3. There shall be no off-street parking within fifteen (15) feet of any street surface when snow accumulation reaches two (2) inches or morj:. 4. The boulevard portion of the street right-of-way shall Bet onlv be used for parking in a manner that does not block anv public sidewalk or pathwav. Section 2. Effective Date. This Ordinance shall be effective immediately upon its passage and publication according to law. Adopted by the City Council of Monticello, Minnesota on the _ day of 2007. CITY OF MONTICELLO By: Mayor Clint Herbst ATTEST By: Jeff O'Neill, City Administrator 3 Planning Commission Agenda- 08/27/07 EXHIBIT B ORDINANCE NO. CITY OF MONTICELLO WRIGHT COUNTY, MINNESOTA AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 3-5 OF THE MONTICELLO ZONING ORDINANCE RELATING TO LOCATION OF ACCESSORY OFF-STREET PARKING FACILITIES THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF MONTICELLO ORDAINS: Section 1. Section 3-5[F] the Monticello Zoning Ordinance is amended as follows: [F] LOCA nON: All accessory off-street parking facilities required by this ordinance shall be located and restricted as follows: 5. Required accessory off-street parking shall be on the same lot under the same ownership as the principal use being served except under the provisions of Chapter 3, Section 5 [I]. 6. Except for single, two-family, and townhouse dwellings, head-in parking directly off of and adjacent to a public street with each stall having its own direct access to the public street shall be prohibited. 7. There shall be no off-street parking within fifteen (IS) feet of any street surface for a period of time exceeding 24 hours. 8. The boulevard portion of the street right-of-way shall not be used for parking for more than 24 hours. Section 2. Effective Date. This Ordinance shall be effective immediately upon its passage and publication according to law. Adopted by the City Council of Monticello, Minnesota on the _ day of 2007. CITY OF MONTICELLO By: Mayor Clint Herbst ATTEST By: Jeff O'Neill, City Administrator 4 attributable to any expansion shall be installed at the time of the expansIOn. viii. In all districts other than the A-O District, this deferral shall be available only to those properties where the total value of building expansion or remodeling (as determined by the City of Monticello's Building Official) is equal to no more than 25% of the Estimated Market Value (EMV) of the Building as established by the Wright County Assessor at the time of the permit request. Subsequent requests shall use the original EMV as the baseline value. (1/24/00, #341) [E] MAINTENANCE: It shall be the joint and several responsibility of the lessee and owner of the principal use, uses, or building to maintain in a neat and adequate manner, the parking space, accessways striping, landscaping, and required fences. i(. [F] LOCA nON: All accessory off-street parking facilities required by this ordinance shall be located and restricted as follows: 1. Required accessory off-street parking shall be on the same lot under the same ownership as the principal use being served except under the provisions of Chapter 3, Section 5 [I]. 2. Except for single, two-family, and townhouse dwellings, head-in parking directly off of and adjacent to a public street with each stall having its own direct access to the public street shall be prohibited. 3. There shall be no off-street parking within fifteen (15) feet of any street surface. 4. The boulevard portion of the street right-of-way shall not be used for parking. 5. SETBACK AREA: Required accessory off-street parking shall not be provided in front yards or in side yards in the case ofa comer lot in R-1, R-2, R-3, PZ, and B-1 districts. 6. In the case of single family, two-family, and townhouse dwellings, parking shall be prohibited in any portion of the front yard except designated driveways leading directly into a garage or one (1) open, surfaced space located on the side of a driveway away from the principal use. Said extra space shall be surfaced with concrete or bituminous material. [G] USE OF REQUIRED AREA: Required accessory off-street parking spaces in any district shall not be utilized for open storage, sale, or rental of goods, storage of inoperable vehicles as regulated by Chapter 3, Section 2 [M], of this ordinance, and/or storage of snow. [H] NUMBER OF SPACES REQUIRED: The following minimum number of off-street MONTICELLO ZONING ORDINANCE 3/38 City Council Agenda- 08/27/07 lOB. Consideration of a request for amendment to the Monticello Zoninl!: Ordinance Chapter 3- 51Fl. as related to the exterior storal!:e of vehicles in rear vards in residential districts. Applicant: City of Monticello (NAC). The Planning Commission heard this item at their April 5, 2007 meeting and recommended approval of the proposed amendment as presented. The Commission was supportive ofthis amendment and its intent to strengthen blight enforcement within the City. The Commission also recommended that staff prepare additional amendments to Section 3-5 of the Zoning Ordinance to address parking in the side yard and the required setback from street surfaces. The current ordinance does not regulate parking in the side yard. The Planning Commission recommended that this issue be addressed at its next meeting to require that any parking in the side yard be on a paved surface. The Commission also expressed concern with Section 3-5 IF] 3, which requires a 15 foot parking setback from any street surface. An amendment addressing this issue has been prepared as a separate report. I The Planning Commission heard this item again rt their June 11,2007 meeting and recommended approval of all amendments, with two modificatir,ns. The Commission recognized the need for such regulations to assist City Officials with enforcing, the nuisance ordinance and addressing blight issues throughout the City. Regarding screening required for an extra parking space in the side yard of a corner lot, the Commission expressed concern with plantings interfering with the line of sight for passing vehicles. Staff has modified the amendment language to address this concern. Additionally, the Commission requested that additional materials be allowed for surfacing driveways and parking facilities on single family residential lots. Specifically, the Commission requested that conbit, crushed granite, and crushed concrete be allowed. Staff recommends that, if the City would like to consider additional surfacing materials, the list of appropriate materials be expanded to include crushed granite, crushed limestone, con-bit and landscape rock only. A. REFERENCE AND BACKGROUND The City recently amended the public nuisance ordinance to address blight issues within the City. In discussions regarding this amendment, concerns were raised regarding vehicle storage in the rear yard of residential properties. As the zoning ordinance currently reads, vehicle parking is allowed in the side yard and rear yard of residential properties. Parking is also allowed in the front yard, provided it is on a designated driveway leading directly into a garage or on one open, surfaced space located on the side of a driveway away from the principal use. Said extra space is required to be surfaced with concrete or bituminous material. The public nuisance ordinance prohibits junk vehicles by classifying them as refuse. Junk vehicles are defined as, "a vehicle without a valid current license, or without a valid current registration (if applicable), or which is apparently inoperable located outside an enclosed building in a residential area including, but not limited to, automobiles, trucks, motorcycles, snowmobiles, trailers, all-terrain vehicles, and watercraft." Junk vehicles are not allowed to be parked in any portion of the yard on a residential property. City Council Agenda- 08/27/07 In order to further support the amended nuisance ordinance and ease enforcement for City Officials, a series of amendments to Section 3-5 of the Zoning Ordinance relating to off-street parking requirements is proposed. Said amendments are as follows: . No passenger vehicle parking in the rear yards. . Passenger vehicle parking may occur on driveways in the front yards, and where a rear yard garage is the only garage on the property, such parking may occur on the driveway in the rear yard. . Passenger vehicle parking may occur in the side yard of a residential parcel. . Where the side yard abuts a street (such as on a comer lot), such side yard parking must be landscaped and screened from view of the adjoining site street. . Recreational vehicles may be parked or stored only in the rear yard, however, one such vehicle may be parked on the driveway in the front yard. . The setback for residential parking shall be the property line, except that during snowplowing operations after a 2" snowfall, a 15 foot setback from the curb shall be in effect. . No driveway shall be closer than 3 feet from a side lot line (current ordinance, no change). . No driveway curb cut shall exceed 24 feet in width at the property line (current ordinance, no change). . The installation of driveways shall require a driveway permit to afford the opportunity to notify property owners of the driveway regulations. . All driveways shall be surfaced with the appropriate materials. In front of the front building line, the required surfacing material shall be limited to asphalt, concrete, brick, stone, or concrete pavers. In an interior side yard or a rear yard, the appropriate surfacing material is recommended by staff to be any of the above, with the addition of landscape rock, crushed granite, and crushed limestone. The Planning Commission had also included crushed concrete, and "con-bit", a recycled crushed concrete-bituminous mix as allowable surfacing materials. Surfacing. Section 3-5 [D] 9(k) relating to surfacing requires all areas utilized for parking to be surfaced. However, the ordinance does not specify appropriate surfacing materials. The current ordinance reads as follows: SURFACING: All areas intended to be utilized for parking space and driveways shall be surfaced with materials suitable to control dust and drainage. Except in the case of single family and two-family dwellings, driveways and stalls shall be surfaced with six (6) inch class jive base and two (2) inch bituminous topping or concrete equivalent. As the current ordinance reads, Class V or conbit materials may be used to surface residential parking areas and driveways. Staff recommends amending this section to require specific materials for surfacing. Staff recommends that permitted materials for off-street parking areas and driveways include concrete, bituminous, concrete pavers, or masonry pavers. The Planning Commission has requested that con-bit, crushed granite, and crushed concrete also be permitted surfacing materials. Again, staff recommends that in the event the City wants to expand on the list of permitted surfacing materials, that list be expanded to include crushed granite and landscape rock only. Staff also recommends that, if the City chooses to allow these materials, 2 City Council Agenda- 08/27/07 crushed granite, crushed limestone, con-bit and landscape rock shall only be permitted surfacing materials behind the front building line. Comer Lots. Due to the unique configuration of comer lots, additional provisions may be appropriate for off-street parking facilities on single-family residential comer lots. An amendment has been prepared to address parking in the side yard of single- family residential properties, requiring that any parking spaces adjacent to the garage in the side yard be surfaced with concrete, bituminous, brick, concrete pavers, or masonry pavers. If this space is behind the front building line of the house, crushed granite, crushed limestone, con-bit, and landscape rock shall also be permitted surfacing materials. In a case where this additional space encroaches into the side yard on the street side of a comer lot, this extra space shall also be required to be screened. Required screening must provide 90% opacity year-round, at least 75% of said screening to be of natural materials. At the direction of the Planning Commission, a clause has been added to the amendment, requiring that any screening proposed in accordance with the above regulation be installed in a manner that does not inhibit the line of sight on adjacent roadways. Permits. Due to a litany of continuing violations for driveway setbacks and widths, staff recommends that the City begin a process of requiring permits for all driveways and concrete work on residential properties. The best way to manage the information relating to driveway requirements it to require a permitting process. Each permit application would be reviewed by the Building Department for compliance with the off-street parking regulations. The permitting process will provide the City with an opportunity to communicate additional information to applicants, specifically relating to drainage and utility easements. The existing setback requirement for driveways from property lines is three feet. However, drainage and utility easements are typically six to twelve feet in width surrounding residentially zoned properties. Property owners may construct driveways and parking facilities on these easements. However, any utility work within the easement that disrupts a driveway or parking area will be at the owner's expense. This information will be communicated to all applicants as part of the permit. Number of Recreational Vehicles. The City currently has regulations in place regarding the required setback from the boulevard for off-street parking on residential lots. As stated in a supplemental memo prepared in conjunction with this agenda item, this issue has been difficult to enforce, due to the number of short driveways throughout the City. Many single family homes have limited space eligible for legally parking vehicles in the front yard. In that regard, staff believes it is important to address the number of recreational vehicles that can be parked in a driveway in the front yard of a single family lot. For purposes of this ordinance, recreational vehicles shall include motorhomes, snowmobiles, three-wheelers, four-wheelers, and the like. In order to preserve driveway parking for registered vehicles, and limit the view of these recreational items from the public street, staff recommends that the City limit the number of recreational vehicles. The ordinance currently states, 3 City Council Agenda- 08/27/07 Off-street parkingfacilities accessory to residential use may be utilized solely for the parking of licensed and operable passenger automobiles, no more than one (1) truck not to exceed gross capacity of nine thousand (9,000) pounds, and recreational vehicle and equipment. Staff recommends that additional language be added stating that not more than one recreational vehicle may be parked in a residential driveway at one time. Any additional recreational vehicles must be parked behind the front building line ofthe principle structure. This would allow residents to park one recreational vehicle in their driveways, while limiting the potential locations for storage of additional vehicles. Any additional recreational vehicles would be required to be located behind the front building line, on a surfaced area, as described above. Sample ordinance language has been attached for reference. CONCLUSION The City has asked staff to prepare an amendment restricting vehicle storage in the rear yard of any residential property. The Planning Commission and Council also directed staff to make additional amendments to address parking in the side yard of residential properties, as well as the required setback from the right-of-way. The amendment language prepared proposes two additional paragraphs to the off-street parking section of the zoning ordinance, specifically referring to location. The first section refers to parking in the rear yard, and the second section refers to parking in the side yard. No parking shall be allowed in any area of a residential property other than those specified. Other issues have also been addressed, including surfacing, number of recreational vehicles allowed, and specific regulations for comer lots. Staff is also proposing a permitting process for any concrete or pavement work on residential properties to manage driveway setbacks. A separate memo has also been prepared, addressing the required setback from a street surface and boulevard. These amendments may be modified at the direction of the City. B. ALTERNATIVE ACTIONS In regard to the proposed amendments to Section 3-5 [F] ofthe Zoning Ordinance to address parking in the rear yard and parking in the side yard of residential properties, the City has the following options: 1. Motion to recommend approval of the proposed amendments, based on a finding that the amendments are consistent with the intent of the off-street park regulations and will assist in protecting the health, safety, and general welfare of the community. 2. Motion to recommend denial of the proposed amendments, based on a finding that the amendments are not consist with the intent ofthe Zoning Ordinance in regard to off- street parking regulations. C. STAFF RECOMMENDATION A number of amendments have been prepared to the existing off-street parking regulations. These amendments have been prepared to assist City Officials in addressing blight issues and enforcing the new nuisance ordinance. Amendments prepared address parking in the rear yard, 4 City Council Agenda- 08/27/07 parking in the side yard allowed on a paved surface, special regulations for comer lots, regulating surfacing materials, additional permitting requirements, and the number of recreational vehicles in a single family residential driveway. Each amendment has been prepared by Staff based on direction from the Planning Commission and City Council, and in collaboration with the Building Department. At this time, unless specified otherwise, the language prepared in each ordinance will apply to single family residential lots only. Additional modifications and restrictions may be required for two-family and townhome units, and these properties will be addressed separately. D. SUPPORTING DATA A. Proposed Ordinance Language B. Current Off-Street Parking Ordinance C. Parking Area Exhibit D. Example Images 5 City Council Agenda- 08/27/07 ORDINANCE NO. CITY OF MONTICELLO WRIGHT COUNTY, MINNESOTA AN ORDINANCE RESTRICTING THE LOCATION OF OFF-STREET PARKING IN RESIDENTIAL DISTRICTS, AMENDING SECTION 3-5 OF THE MONTICELLO ZONING ORDINANCE THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF MONTICELLO ORDAINS: Section 1. Section 3-5 [D] 7 of the Monticello Zoning Ordinance is hereby amended as follows: Off-street parking facilities accessory to residential use may be utilized solely for the parking of licensed and operable passenger automobiles, no more than one (1) truck not to exceed gross capacity of nine thousand (9,000) pounds, and recreational vehicle and equipment. Not more than one recreational vehicle mav be parked in a residential driveway at one time. Any additional recreational vehicles must be parked behind the front building line of the principle structure. For purposes of this ordinance. recreational vehicles shall include snowmobiles. A TV's. campers. trailers, motorhomes, boats, and the like. Under no circumstances shall required parking facilities accessory to residential structures be used for the storage of commercial vehicles or equipment or for the parking of automobiles belonging to the employees, owners, tenants, or customers of business or manufacturing establishments. Section 2. Section 3-5 [D] 9 ofthe Monticello Zoning Ordinance is hereby amended as follows: (k) SURF ACING: All areas intended to be utilized for parking of passenger vehicles and driveways shall be surfaced with materials suitaBle to sontral eust ane drainage concrete, bituminous. brick. concrete pavers, or masonry pavers. Beyond the front building line of a single family home, crushed granite, crushed limestone, con-bit and landscape rock may be utilized as surfacing materials. Except in the case of single family and two-family dwellings, driveways and stalls shall be surfaced with six (6) inch class five base and two (2) inch bituminous topping or concrete equivalent. Drainage plans shall be reviewed by the City Engineer and subject to his approval. City staff may waive this requirement if it is determined that the drainage plans do not merit further study by the City Engineer. Staff determination in this regard shall be based on size of parking surface area, simplicity of design plan, and proximity/accessibility to existing storm sewer facilities. Section 3. Section 3-5 [D] 9 ofthe Monticello Zoning Ordinance is hereby amended as follows: (t) PERMIT REQUIRED: A permit shall be required for the installation of any surfacing material intended to be utilized for off-street parking. 6 City Council Agenda- 08/27/07 Section 4. Section 3-5[F] ofthe Monticello Zoning Ordinance is amended to create the following section in its entirety: 7. In the case ofsincle family dwellings. parking shall be prohibited in any portion of the rear yard. In the case where the only attached or detached garage on a property is located in the rear yard. parking may be allowed in designated driyeways leading directly into a garage. or on one (1) open. surfaced space located on the side of a driyeway away from the principal use. Said extra space shall be surfaced with concrete. brick. bituminous. concrete payers. masonry payers. crushed granite. crushed limestone. con-bit. or landscape rock. Section 5. Section 3-5[F] the Monticello Zoning Ordinance is amended to create the following sections in their entirety: 8. In the case of single family dwellings. parking in the side yard shall be allowed on a surfaced space only. Said space shall be surfaced with concrete. bituminous. concrete payers. or masonry payers. Beyond the front building line of a house. permitted surfacing materials shall also include crushed granite. crushed limestone. con-bit or landscape rock. 9. In a case where this additional space encroaches into the side yard on the street side of a comer lot. this extra space shall also be required to be screened. Required screening must proyide 90% opacity year-round. at least 75% of said screening to be of natural materials. Said screening shall be designed in a manner that does not inhibit the line of sight on adiacent roadways. Section 6. Effective Date. This Ordinance shall be effective immediately upon its passage and publication according to law. Adopted by the City Council of Monticello, Minnesota on the 27th day of August, 2007. CITY OF MONTICELLO By: Mayor Clint Herbst ATTEST By: Jeff O'Neill, City Administrator 7 sufficient number to bring the total number of parking spaces (public and private) into compliance with the minimum requirements of this section. For each public parking space required to comply with the minimum requirements of this section, an annual fee shall be paid to the City, said fee to be established on an annual basis by the City Administrator. Any variance request to utilize public parking space shall be reviewed in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 23 of this ordinance and shall require [mal approval of the City Council. 7. Off-street parking facilities accessory to residential use may be utilized solely for the parking oflicensed and operable passenger automobiles, no more than one (1) truck not to exceed gross capacity of nine thousand (9,000) pounds, and recreational vehicle and equipment. Under no circumstances shall required parking facilities accessory to residential structures be used for the storage of commercial vehicles or equipment or for the parking of automobiles belonging to the employees, owners, tenants, or customers of business or manufacturing establishments. 8. CALCULATING SPACE: (a) When determining the number of off-street parking spaces results in a fraction, each fraction of one-half (1/2) or more shall constitute another space. (b) In stadiums, sports arenas, churches, and other places of public assembly in which patrons or spectators occupy benches, pews, or other similar seating facilities, each twenty-two (22) inches of such seating facilities shall be counted as one (1) seat for the purpose of determining requirements. (c) Should a structure contain two (2) or more types of use, each shall be calculated separately for determining the total off-street parking spaces required. 9. STALL, AISLE, AND DRNEWAY DESIGN: (a) PARKING SPACE SIZE: Each parking space shall be not less than nine (9) feet wide and twenty (20) feet in length exclusive of access aisles, and each space shall be served adequately by access aisles. EXCEPTION: Where desired, up to 25% ofthe parking spaces may be not less than seven and one-half (7-1/2) feet in width and not less than sixteen (16) feet in length when served adequately by access aisles to accommodate compact car parking and should be marked as such. (b) WITHIN STRUCTURES: The off-street parking requirements may be furnished by providing a space so designed within the principal building or one (1) structure attached thereto; however, unless provisions are made, no building permit shall be issued to convert said parking structure into a dwelling unit or living area or other activity until other adequate provisions are made to comply with the required off-street parking provisions of this ordinance. MONTICELLO ZONING ORDINANCE 3/33 960 square feet. (b) 1 1/4 stol)', 1 1/2 stOI)', 1 3/4 stol)'--1 ,060 square feet. (c) Two-Stol)' Dwelling--750 square feet per stOI)'. NOTE: All square footages are based on finish area above grade. (d) EXCEPTION: The minimum square footage of a one-stol)' may be reduced to 864 square feet if a garage is added with at least 400 square feet. In no case, however, shall the minimum dimension of that garage be less than 16 feet. (7/22/91, #210) (5/23/94, #251) 2. MUL TlPLE DWELLING UNITS: Except for elderly housing, living units classified as multiple dwellings shall have the following minimum floor areas per unit: (a) (b) (c) (d) Efficiency Units One Bedroom Units Two Bedroom Units More than Two Bedroom Units 500 square feet 600 square feet 720 square feet An additional 100 square feet for each additional bedroom 3. ELDERLY (SENIOR CITIZEN) HOUSING: Living units classified as elderly (senior citizen) housing units shall have the following minimum floor areas per unit: (a) (b) Efficiency Units One Bedroom 440 square feet 520 square feet [H] EFFICIENCY APARTMENTS: Except for elderly (senior citizen) housing, the number of efficiency apartments in a multiple dwelling shall not exceed five (5) percent of the total number of apartments. In the case of elderly (senior citizen) housing, efficiency apartments shall not exceed twenty (20) percent of the total number of apartments. 3-5: OFF-STREET PARKING REQUIREMENTS: [A] PURPOSE: The regulation of off-street parking spaces in these zoning regulations is to alleviate or prevent congestion of the public right-of-way and to promote the safety and general welfare of the public by establishing minimum requirements for off-street parking of motor vehicles in accordance with the utilization of various parcels ofland or structures. [B] APPLICATION OF OFF-STREET PARKING REGULATION: The MONTICELLO ZONING ORDINANCE 3/31 1. FLOOR AREA: The teoo "floor area" for the purpose of calculating the number of off-street parking spaces required shall be deteooined on regulations and requirements set forth herein shall apply to all off-street parking facilities in all of the zoning districts of the city. [C] SITE PLAN DRAWING NECESSARY: All applications for a building or an occupancy peooit in all zoning districts shall be accompanied by a site plan drawn to scale and dimensioned indicating the location of off-street parking and loading spaces in compliance with the requirements set forth in this section. [0] GENERAL PROVISIONS: the basis of the exterior floor area dimensions of the buildings, structure, or use times the number of floors, minus ten (10) percent. 2. REDUCTION OF EXISTING OFF-STREET PARKING SPACE OR LOT AREA: Off-street parking spaces and loading spaces or lot area existing upon the effective date of this ordinance shall not be reduced in number or size unless said number of size exceeds the requirements set forth herein for a similar new use. 3. NON-CONFORMING STRUCTURES: Should non-confoooing structures or use be damaged or destroyed by fire, it may be re- established if elsewhere peooitted in these zoning regulations, except that in doing so, any off-street parking or loading space which existed before shall be retained. 4. CHANGE OF USE OR OCCUPANCY OF LAND: Any change of use or occupancy of land already dedicated to a parking area, parking spaces, or loading spaces shall not be made, nor shall any sale of land, division, or subdivision of land be made which reduces area necessary for parking, parking stalls, or parking requirements below the minimum prescribed by these zoning regulations. 5. CHANGE OF USE OR OCCUPANCY OF BUILDING: Any change of use of occupancy of any building or buildings, including additions thereto, requiring more parking area shall not be peooitted until there is furnished such additional parking spaces as required by these zoning regulations. 6. PUBLIC PARKING LOTS: In the event ofa change of use or occupancy of land and/or buildings where such change shall cause the new use to be in violation of the minimum parking requirements of this section, the Planning Commission may recommend approval of a variance which would grant the use of public parking spaces in a MONTICELLO ZONING ORDINANCE 3/32 Except in the case of single, two-family, and townhouse dwellings, parking area design which requires backing into the public street is prohibited. (c) Except in the case of single, two-family, and townhouse dwellings, parking areas shall be designed so that circulation between parking bays or aisles occurs within the designated parking lot and does not depend upon a public street or alley. (d) No curb cut access shall be located less than forty (40) feet from the intersection of two (2) or more street right-of-ways. This distance shall be measured from the intersection oflot lines. (e) Except in the case of single family, two-family, and townhouse dwellings, parking areas and their aisles shall be developed in compliance with the following standards: ANGLE WALL TO MINIMUM WALL TO INTERLOCK MINIMUM INTERLOCK TO INTERLOCK MINIMUM 30 45 60 90 48.6' 56.8' 62.0' 64.0' 44.5' 53.4' 59.7' 64.0' 40.3' 50.0' 57.4' 64.0' Parallel Parking: Twenty-two (22) feet in length. (f) The maximum driveway width between the public street and the property line shall not exceed twenty-four (24) feet with the following exceptions: I. Within all districts, a five foot radius curb may be constructed at the public street in addition to the maximum driveway width allowed. 2. Curb cut access in industrial and commercial zoning districts may exceed twenty-four (24) feet with the approval of the City Engineer and the Zoning Administrator. Denial by the City Engineer or Zoning Administrator of curb cut access in excess of twenty-four (24) feet may be appealed following the procedures outlined in Chapter 23 of the zoning ordinance. (1/10/00,#399) (g) Curb cut openings and driveways shall be at a minimum three (3) feet from the side yard property line in residential districts and five (5) feet from the side yard lot line in business or industrial districts. (h) Driveway access curb openings on a public street except for single, two-family, MONTICELLO ZONING ORDINANCE 3/34 and townhouse dwellings shall not be located less than forty (40) feet from one another. (i) The grade elevation of any parking area shall not exceed five (5) percent. U) Each property shall be allowed one (1) curb cut per one hundred twenty-five (125) feet of street frontage. All property shall be entitled to at least one (1) curb cut. Single family uses shall be limited to one (1) curb cut access per property. (k) SURF ACING: All areas intended to be utilized for parking space and driveways shall be surfaced with materials suitable to control dust and drainage. Except in the case of single family and two-family dwellings, driveways and stalls shall be surfaced with six (6) inch class five base and two (2) inch bituminous topping or concrete equivalent. Drainage plans shall be reviewed by the City Engineer and subject to his approval. City staff may waive this requirement if it is determined that the drainage plans do not merit further study by the City Engineer. Staff determination in this regard shall be based on size ofparking surface area, simplicity of design plan, and proximity/accessibility to existing storm sewer facilities. EXCEPTIONS: See D. 9 (s) Stall Aisle and Driveway Design Conditional Use Permit. (#192,7/9/90) (1) STRIPING: Except for single, two-family, and townhouses, all parking stalls shall be marked with white painted lines not less than four (4) inches wide. (m) LIGHTING: Any lighting used to illuminate an off-street parking area shall be so arranged as to reflect the light away from adjoining property, abutting residential uses, and public right-of-ways and be in compliance with Chapter 3, Section 2, [G] and [H] of this ordinance. (n) SIGNS: No sign shall be so located as to restrict the sight lines and orderly operation and traffic movement within any parking lot. (0) CURBING AND LANDSCAPING: Except for single, two-family, and townhouses, all open off-street parking shall have a perimeter curb barrier around the entire parking lot, said curb barrier shall not be closer than six (6) feet to any lot line as measured from the lot line to the face of the curb. In addition, no parking area may be located upon a public drainage and/or utility easement adjoining a public street. Grass, plantings, or surfacing material shall be provided in all areas bordering the parking area.. An exception to the setback requirement shall be granted in Business Districts where adjoining business provide for private cross access between parking lots. In such cases, driveway curb cuts up to 24 feet in width shall be permitted. Adjoining MONTICELLO ZONING ORDINANCE 3/35 business properties may share full parking access of more than 24 feet with no curb barrier by Conditional Use Permit provided that: I. The required landscaping and island areas within the share parking lot meet the combined minimum as required by this Ordinance. 2. The parking lot meets the required setback at the perimeter of the parcels in question. 3. The curb cut access locations to the parking lot( s) are approved by the City Engineer. 4. A shared access and maintenance agreement is provided by the property owners and recorded against all subject properties. (#428, 8/22/05) EXCEPTIONS: See D. 9 (s) Stall Aisle and Driveway Design Conditional Use Permit. (#192,7/9/90) (p) REQUIRED SCREENING: All open, non-residential, off-street parking areas offive (5) or more spaces shall be screened and landscaped from abutting or surrounding residential districts in compliance with Chapter 3, Section 2, of this ordinance. (q) ALL DRIVEWAY ACCESS OPENINGS shall require a culvert unless the lot is served by storm sewer or is determined unnecessary by the Building Inspector. Size of culvert shall be determined by the Building Inspector but shall be a minimum of fifteen (15) inches in diameter. (r) CURBING: 1. All commercial and industrial off-street parking areas and driveways in commercial areas shall have a six (6) inch non-surmountable continuous concrete curb around the perimeter of the parking area and driveways. 11. All off-street driveways and parking areas in the I-I, I-lA, and 1-2 districts shall have a continuous, concrete, non-surmountable curb barrier. This requirement shall be modified only by the STALL, AISLE, AND DRIVEWAY DESIGN CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT as described in Section 3-5, Subd. [D] 9(s), or by a permit from the Zoning Administrator for a portion of the parking and driveway area which meets the following conditions: (#298, 10/13/97) a. The area is shown by adequate site plans and reasonable growth to be subject to a future expansion of the driveway and/or parking area. b. The area is shown by adequate drainage plans to be able to control MONTICELLO ZONING ORDINANCE 3/36 drainage as recommended by the City Engineer. The Engineer may approve bitljminous curbing as a temporary drainage control measure. c. The area is shown by adequate site plans to be able to control site traffic and circulation as recommended by the City Engineer. The Engineer may approve movable curb stops as a temporary traffic control measure. (#280,6/10/96) 111. All curb designs and materials shall be approved by the City Engineer. EXCEPTIONS: See D. 9 (s) Stall Aisle and Driveway Design Conditional Use Permit. (s) STALL AISLE AND DRIVEWAY DESIGN CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT: Stall aisle and driveway design requirements as noted in (k) Surfacing, (0) Curbing and Landscaping, and (r) Curbing, may be lessened subject to the following conditions: 1. Any reduction in requirements requires completion of the conditional use permit process outlined in Chapter 22 of this ordinance. ii. Final approval of parking and driveway drainage plans associated with conditional use permit request shall be provided in writing by the City Engineer. Engineering expenses greater than the portion of building permit fee allocated for engineer plan review shall be paid by applicant prior to occupancy of structure. iii. Only properties which have existing buildings and are being expanded or remodeled for a new use shall be eligible for this conditional use permit. IV. The applicant must show, and the Planning Commission must find, that there are existing non-conformities of the property which are being eliminated by the expansion or remodeling which justify a deferral to the paving, landscaping, or curbing requirements. v. A deferral shall be considered by the City as a part of an application which includes full site plans, drawn to scale, of both the immediate paving, landscaping and curbing improvements and the ultimate paving, landscaping, and curbing improvements. VI. A deferral of paving, landscaping, and/or curbing shall be granted for no more than two (2) years, after which the paving, landscaping, and curbing shall be brought into conformance with zoning ordinance and the approved plans. 3/37 MONTICELLO ZONING ORDINANCE vii. In all districts other than the A-O District, this deferral shall apply only to the required paving, curbing and landscaping which is applicable to the existing portion of the use and building. Paving, curbing and landscaping attributable to any expansion shall be installed at the time of the expansIOn. VIlI. In all districts other than the A-O District, this deferral shall be available only to those properties where the total value of building expansion or remodeling (as determined by the City of Monticello's Building Official) is equal to no more than 25% of the Estimated Market Value (EMV) of the Building as established by the Wright County Assessor at the time of the permit request. Subsequent requests shall use the original EMV as the baseline value. (1/24/00, #341) [E] MAINTENANCE: It shall be the joint and several responsibility of the lessee and owner of the principal use, uses, or building to maintain in a neat and adequate manner, the parking space, accessways striping, landscaping, and required fences. [F] LOCATION: All accessory off-street parking facilities required by this ordinance shall be located and restricted as follows: 1. Required accessory off-street parking shall be on the same lot under the same ownership as the principal use being served except under the provisions of Chapter 3, Section 5 [I]. 2. Except for single, two-family, and townhouse dwellings, head-in parking directly off of and adjacent to a public street with each stall having its own direct access to the public street shall be prohibited. 3. There shall be no off-street parking within fifteen (15) feet of any street surface. 4. The boulevard portion of the street right-of-way shall not be used for parking. 5. SETBACK AREA: Required accessory off-street parking shall not be provided in front yards or in side yards in the case of a comer lot in R-l, R-2, R-3, PZ, and B-1 districts. 6. In the case of single family, two-family, and townhouse dwellings, parking shall be prohibited in any portion of the front yard except designated driveways leading directly into a garage or one (1) open, surfaced space located on the side of a driveway away from the principal use. Said extra space shall be surfaced with concrete or bituminous material. [G] USE OF REQUIRED AREA: Required accessory off-street parking spaces in any district shall not be utilized for open storage, sale, or rental of goods, storage of inoperable vehicles as regulated by Chapter 3, Section 2 [M], of this ordinance, and/or MONTICELLO ZONING ORDINANCE 3/38 storage of snow. [H] NUMBER OF SPACES REQUIRED: The following minimum number of off-street parking spaces shall be provided and maintained by ownership, easement, and/or lease for and during the life of the respective uses hereinafter set forth. 1. SINGLE FAMILY, TWO-FAMILY, AND TOWNHOUSE UNITS: Two (2) spaces per unit. 2. BOARDING HOUSE, FRATERNITY HOUSE, SORORITY HOUSE: At least two (2) parking spaces for each three (3) persons for whom accommodations are provided for sleeping. 3. MULTIPLE FAMILY DWELLINGS: At least two (2) off-street parking spaces per unit with one (I) enclosed space per two (2) units. 4. PUBLIC PARKS, PLAYGROUNDS, AND PLAY FIELD: At least five (5) parking spaces for each acre of park over one (1) acre; two (2) parking spaces per acre for playgrounds; and ten (10) spaces of each acre of play field. When a public recreation site has more than one (I) use designation, the areas must be divided for determining the required parking spaces. 5. MOTELS, MOTOR HOTELS, HOTELS: One (1) space per each rental unit plus one space for each ten (10) units and one (1) space for each employee on any shift. 6. SCHOOL, ELEMENTARY AND JUNIOR HIGH: At least one (I) parking space for each classroom plus one (1) additional space for each fifty (50) student capacity. 7. SCHOOL, HIGH SCHOOL THROUGH COLLEGE AND PRN A TE AND DAY OR CHURCH SCHOOLS: At least one (1) parking space for each seven (7) students based on design capacity plus one (I) for each three (3) classrooms. 8. CHURCH, AUDITORIUM: At least one (1) parking space for each four (4) seats based on the design capacity of the main assembly hall. Facilities as may be provided in conjunction with such buildings or uses shall be subject to additional requirements which are imposed by this ordinance. (#186,4/23/90) 9. BASEBALL FIELDS, STADIUMS: At least one (1) parking space for each eight (8) seats of design capacity. 10. COMMUNITY CENTER, PHYSICAL CULTURE STUDIOS, LIBRARIES, PRN ATE CLUBS, LODGES, MUSEUMS, ART GALLERIES: Ten (10) spaces plus one (I) for each one hundred fifty (150) square feet in excess of two MONTICELLO ZONING ORDINANCE 3/39 Landscape Rock, Edging M t SIDE YARD PARKING EXAMPLES thousand (2,000) square feet of floor area in the principal structure. 11. SANITARIUMS, CONY ALESCENT HOME, REST HOME, NURSING HOME, OR DAY NURSERIES: Four (4) spaces plus one (1) for each three (3) beds for which accommodations are offered. 12. ELDERLY (SENIOR CITIZEN) HOUSING: Reservation of area equal to one (1) parking space per unit. Initial development is, however, required of only one-half (1/2) space per unit, and said number of spaces can continue until such time as the City Council considers a need for additional parking spaces has been demonstrated. 13. DRNE-IN ESTABLISHMENT: At least one (1) parking space for each fifteen (15) square feet of gross floor area but not less than fifteen (15) spaces. (#190,5/14/90) 14. OFFICE BUILDINGS, ANIMAL HOSPITALS, AND PROFESSIONAL OFFICES: Three (3) spaces plus at least one (1) space for each two hundred (200) square feet offIoor area. 15. 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