Agenda (Amended)
City of Dunnellon
Planning Commission 
Tuesday, September 20, 2022  5:30 p.m.
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One or more City Council members may attend this meeting and may speak.
 
Call to Order

Pledge of Allegiance 

Roll Call
 
Proof of Publication: The Agenda was posted on City's website and City Hall bulletin board on Tuesday, September 13, 2022.

Public Comment:

1.

Approval of Minutes

Regular Meeting August 16, 2022

2.

Resolution RES2022-16 Non-Conforming Signs Comp Plan Amendment

Resolution #RES2022-16 finding of consistency and forwarding a recommendation of approval to City Council for consideration

         Proposed Motion: I move Resolution #RES2022-16 be read by title only.
 
          Proposed Motion: I move Resolution #RES2022-16 be approved.

3.

Quasi-Judicial Hearing

dinkins Service Store  sPL2022-01

Application #PZ 20210323 by Dinkins Property Holdings-Dunnellon Store, LLC, requesting site plan approval for Parcel #3380-1244-00, 11899 N. Williams St.

  • Chair to close regular meeting and open Quasi-Judicial Hearing
  • Swearing in of all persons who will give testimony by City Attorney 
  • Commission members to disclose any Ex-Parte Communication
  • Members to disclose any Conflict of Interest
  • Staff presentation
  • Applicant presentation
  • Presentation of evidence from the public and/or non-evidentiary public comment 
  • Chair to close Quasi-Judicial Hearing and reopen regular meeting


4.

Quasi-Judicial Hearing

Right Turn Auto Center  SPL2022-02

Application #PZ 20220356 by WJL Realty Investments LLC, requesting site plan approval for Parcel #3380-1232-00, #3380-1233-00 and 
#3380-1234-01  N. Williams St.

  • Chair to close regular meeting and open Quasi-Judicial Hearing
  • Swearing in of all persons who will give testimony by City Attorney 
  • Commission members to disclose any Ex-Parte Communication
  • Members to disclose any Conflict of Interest
  • Staff presentation
  • Applicant presentation
  • Presentation of evidence from the public and/or non-evidentiary public comment 
  • Chair to close Quasi-Judicial Hearing and reopen regular meeting
5.

Reports & Updates:

  • Chairwoman D'Arville
  • Commissioners
  • Staff
6.

Public Comment

7.

Adjournment

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