7.1. PCSR 11-22-2022
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7.1. PCSR 11-22-2022
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Request for Action <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br />To Item Number <br />Planning Commission 7.1 <br />Agenda Section Meeting Date Prepared by <br />Work Session Chris Leeseberg, Senior Planner <br />November 22, 2022 <br />Item Description Reviewed by <br />Garnet Novotny – 17355 Fillmore St. NW; 75-Zack Carlton, Community Development Director <br />001-4200, 4400, 7405 <br />Reviewed by <br />Concept Review for 55+ Apartment Building, <br /> <br />Case No. CR 22-06 <br /> <br />Action Requested <br />Provide the applicant with informal, non-binding, feedback regarding the proposed development project. <br /> <br />Background/Discussion <br />The applicant has submitted a concept sketch for a senior 55+ <br />apartment building on the two 35-acre parcels. The subject site is zoned <br />for 2.5-acre single family residential lots and is outside the Urban <br />Service District. <br /> <br />A majority of the eastern parcel is encumbered by wetlands and the <br />southeast corner of the western lot has some wetland. <br /> <br />The proposal shows an L-shaped apartment structure with parking and <br />a circular drive lane, various trails and boardwalks through upland and <br />wetland areas, and sport courts. <br /> <br />During the city staff site plan review meeting, the following comments <br />were shared by various departments: <br /> A traffic study would need to be completed. <br /> Sewer and water would need to be extended. <br /> Three-phase electric power would need to be run to the property. <br /> The closest water main available for connection to city water service <br />is over one thousand feet away. Water main facilities will need to be <br />extended from the trunk system or water distribution system. <br /> Approximately 1,300 feet of urban city street would need to be <br />th <br />constructed from the intersection of 175 Avenue and Fillmore Street. <br /> Park dedication at a per unit cost, not to exceed $500,000 for high-density residential. This assumes park <br />dedication is not in the form of land. <br /> <br />All these requirements will be at the developer’s cost. <br /> <br />The Elk River Vision <br />A welcoming community with revolutionary and spirited resourcefulness, exceptional <br /> <br />service, and community engagement that encourages and inspires prosperity. <br /> Updated: August 2020 <br />
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