Currituck County
NC

Planning Board Agenda

Public Hearing and Action: PB 15-26 Currituck County:

Information

Department:Planning & Community DevelopmentSponsors:
Category:PB Staff Report

Attachments

  1. Printout
  2. Moyock Convenience Center Staff Report (BOC 7.17.17) (This file has not yet been converted to a viewable format)
  3. P14129.Panther Landing Site Plan.1.26.16.Submittal
  4. Moyock Convenience Center UP TRC Comments 1.20.2016 (This file has not yet been converted to a viewable format)
  5. Moyock Conv Community Meeting
  6. Moyock Conv.USE PERMIT APPLICATION

Body

Mr. Cooper moved to approve PB 15-26 as presented based on a demonstrative community need, with Technical Review Committee recommendations, use permit and site plan corrections which include landscape plan, exterior lighting plan, stormwater management plan, site triangles, vehicular circulation layout and parking plan; adequate parking spaces for the number of employees, provide the proposed vehicular circulation layout, provide the location of any proposed exterior lighting, provide site triangle at driveways, full cutoff lighting, and work with staff on any clean-up efforts that are proposed.  Mr. Craddock seconded the motion and motion carried unanimously.

Meeting History

Feb 9, 2016 7:00 PM Video Planning Board Regular Meeting
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Brandon Harris, Quibble & Associates, Kurt Schmuhl, 100 Cypress Landing, Gloria Sivels, 496 Tulls Creek Road, and Coleman Bonney, 133 Northwest River Drive appeared before the board and were sworn in.

Ms. Voliva presented the staff report.

Mr. Craddock asked what type of lighting will replace the existing lighting.

Ms. Voliva said direct and full cutoff.

Mr. Cooper asked if the expansion is on the existing parcel.

Ms. Voliva said yes.

Mr. Cooper asked what is driving the expansion of this facility.

Ms. Voliva said it is her understanding that the facility has high traffic and the request will add two compactors and three bulk waste containers. The expansion will provide a new traffic pattern, one way in and one way out.

Mr. Cooper opened the public hearing.

Mr. Harris said the changes from the TRC meeting have been made.

Mr. Schmuhl said he is the president of the Homeowners Association for Cypress Landing, Phase 3. Their concern is the trash that builds up along Tulls Creek Road as a result of the solid waste convenience site.

Mr. Cooper asked if the contract with Waste Management, does it address trash that may fall out of these trucks as they leave the convenience site.

Mr. Woody said that staff can relay these concerns to the public works director, county manager, and sheriff's department.

Ms. Sivels said she too is concerned with the trash and debris along Tulls Creek Road living close to a convenience site. Ms. Sivels is asking as part of the approval that consideration is given to see what steps could be taken to help alleviate the problem.

Mr. Craddock asked who is responsible for clean-up along highways right-of-ways.

Ms. Voliva said NCDOT.

Mr. Craddock said many times trash and debris comes from citizens going to convenience sites rather than trash carrying trucks.

Mr. Bonney asked for clarification on the drive pattern.

Ms. Voliva showed him on the site plan.

Mr. Cooper closed the public hearing.

Mr. Cooper moved to approve PB 15-26 as presented based on a demonstrative community need, with Technical Review Committee recommendations, use permit and site plan corrections which include landscape plan, exterior lighting plan, stormwater management plan, site triangles, vehicular circulation layout and parking plan; adequate parking spaces for the number of employees, provide the proposed vehicular circulation layout, provide the location of any proposed exterior lighting, provide site triangle at driveways, full cutoff lighting, and work with staff on any clean-up efforts that are proposed. Mr. Craddock seconded the motion and motion carried unanimously.

RESULT:RECOMMENDED APPROVAL [UNANIMOUS]
MOVER:John Cooper, Chairman
SECONDER:Steven Craddock, Board Member
AYES:John Cooper, Carol Bell, Robert (Bobby) Bell, Clay Cartwright, Mike Cason, Steven Craddock, Fred Whiteman
ABSENT:Jane Overstreet
Mar 21, 2016 5:00 PM Video Board of Commissioners Regular Meeting
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This item was removed from the agenda.

May 2, 2016 5:00 PM Video Board of Commissioners Regular Meeting
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This item was removed from the agenda.

Aug 21, 2017 6:00 PM Video Board of Commissioners Regular Meeting
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County Attorney, Ike McRee, presented the County's request for a continuance of the application until September 18, 2017, due to the county's appraiser being unavailable to provide testimony until that time.

Commissioner Payment moved to continue the item to September 18, 2017. The motion was seconded by Commissioner Gilbert and passed unanimously.

RESULT:CONTINUED [UNANIMOUS]Next: 9/18/2017 6:00 PM
MOVER:Mike H. Payment, Vice Chairman
SECONDER:Marion Gilbert, Commissioner
AYES:Bobby Hanig, Mike H. Payment, Paul M. Beaumont, Mary "Kitty" Etheridge, Marion Gilbert, Bob White
ABSENT:Mike D. Hall
Sep 18, 2017 6:00 PM Video Board of Commissioners Regular Meeting
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County Attorney, Ike McRee, asked that participating parties be sworn.

Laurie LoCicero, Planning and Community Development Director, reviewed the application with the Board and, using a powerpoint, reviewed maps with the proposed expansion location and zoning of neighboring properties. Technical Review Committee (TRC) recommendations were reviewed, and included installing a matching chain link fence and a type D buffer with significant screening. She confirmed that the site plan would need TRC approval when submitted.

Ms. LoCicero was questioned by the County Attorney and provided sworn testimony related to the allowable use and supporting policies.

No one wished to speak in opposition to the project.

Kathleen Saunders of Quible and Associates provided sworn testimony. She reviewed her educational and professional background and reviewed the site landscaping and lighting plan. A type D landscape buffer would be used and the site plan would go through the TRC. She confirmed lighting would be kept within the boundaries of the site and noted traffic patterns would be improved, with the entrance shifted to allow for additional stacking along Panther Landing and the circular flow within the center of the site.

Steven Craddock, Appraiser, provided sworn testimony. He reviewed his educational background and credentials as a certified appraiser and provided an analysis based on an effects study he performed on the expansion of the convenience center. He presented data collected relative to the project and found no negative effects and concluded the expansion would not negatively affect abutting or adjacent properties. Mr. Craddock's study document was accepted into evidence as Exhibit One.

Chairman Hanig opened the Public Hearing. With no one wishing to speak the Public Hearing was closed.

Commissioner Hall moved to approve the expansion, as it will not endanger the public health or safety, the use will not injure the value of adjoining or abutting lands and be in harmony with the area in which it is included, the use will be conforming with the land use plan and other officially adopted plans, and the use will not exceed the county's ability to provide adequate public facilities including, but not limited to, schools, fire and rescue, law enforcement, and other county facilities. Applicable state standards and guidelines should be followed in determining when public facilities are adequate. Commissioner Gilbert seconded the motion and the motion passed unanimously.

RESULT:APPROVED [UNANIMOUS]
MOVER:Mike D. Hall, Commissioner
SECONDER:Marion Gilbert, Commissioner
AYES:Bobby Hanig, Paul M. Beaumont, Mary "Kitty" Etheridge, Marion Gilbert, Mike D. Hall, Bob White
ABSENT:Mike H. Payment