January 9, 2018 - Hearing 17-09
Harlem Township Zoning Commission 3883 South State Route 605
Galena, Ohio 43021
January 9, 2018
Chairman, Mike Kabler, called hearing HTZC 17-09 for John Mccann to order at 7:50 p.m. Mr. Kabler asked for a roll call of members.
Members Present: Robin Lobenstein, Joni Manson, Mike Kabler, Tom Nied
Members Absent: Alan Czako
Secretary: Sherrie Steele
Zoning Inspector: Not Present
Steve Kain, 10680 Fancher Road, Westerville, Ohio 43082
Mary Ann Kain, 10680 Fancher Road, Westerville, Ohio 43082
Kevin Perry, 10725 Fancher Road, Westerville, Ohio 43082
Susi Perry, 10725 Fancher Road, Westerville, Ohio 43082
Mariano Kur, 12175 Fancher Road, Westerville, Ohio 43082
Denise Kur, 12175 Fancher Road, Westerville, Ohio 43082
John Ambrose, 6503 Miller Paul Road, Westerville, Ohio 43082
Brittany Bowers, 10736 Fancher Road, Westerville, Ohio 43082
Jeff Barr, 1561 Marietta Road, Lancaster, Ohio 43130
Herman Berk, Sr., 10745 Fancher Road, Westerville, Ohio 43082
Tommy Cooper, Fancher Road, Westerville, Ohio 43082
Juanita Berk, 10745 Fancher Road, Westerville, Ohio 43082
John D. McCann, 11470 Fancher Road, Westerville, Ohio 43082
Norma McCann, 11470 Fancher Road, Westerville, Ohio 43082
James Stewart, 12150 Fancher Road, Westerville, Ohio 43082
Jackie Stewart, 12150 Fancher Road, Westerville, Ohio 43082
Sue Rasche, 6962 Harlem Road, Westerville, Ohio 43082
Mark Rasche, 6962 Harlem Road, Westerville, Ohio 43082
Jim Gehrig, 2680 Skelton Lane, Blacklick, Ohio 43004
Gary Smith, 7137 Parsons Road, Croton, Ohio
Barb Quigley, 13201 Hatch Road, Westerville, Ohio 43082
Jay Richards, 12015 Center Village Road, Westerville, Ohio 43082
Tom Rybski, 5920 Babbit, New Albany, Ohio 43054
Dini Dinatale, Hatch Road, Westerville, Ohio 43082
David Hullan, 7100 Harlem Road, Westerville, Ohio 43082
Raelene Meadows, Miller Paul Road, Galena, Ohio 40321
Steve Embaugh, 11345 Fancher Road, Westerville, Ohio 43082
Jodie Embaugh, 11345 Fancher Road, Westerville, Ohio 43082
Mr. Kabler introduced Zoning Commission members and the secretary. Mr. Kabler recognized Board of Appeals member Raelene Meadows.
Mr. Kabler explained the hearing rules and procedures.
Mr. Kabler opened the hearing and asked the secretary to read the public notice into the record.
The Harlem Township Zoning Commission is being asked to consider the following:
John D. McCann, 11470 Fancher Road, Westerville, Ohio 43082 is seeking to rezone 13.28 acres from Current Zoning, AR-1 Agricultural Residential to a PCD Planned Commercial District.
There is no physical address for the property. Parcel ID# 316-330-010-990-01.
The hearing will be held on Tuesday, January 9, 2018 at 7:50 p.m. at the Harlem Township Firehouse, 3883 South State Route 605, Galena, Ohio 43021. The hearing is open to the public.
The application and accompanying documents are on display at the rear door of the Harlem Township Firehouse, 3883 South State Route 605, Galena, Ohio 43021.
Mike Kabler, Chairman
Mr. Kabler asked the secretary if the application was on the correct form. The secretary stated the application was on the correct form. Mr. Kabler asked if the applicant and/or agents had signed the application. The secretary stated the agents had signed the application through the Power of Attorney furnished by the applicant.
Mr. Kabler asked what the specific zoning request was. The secretary stated to rezone 13.28 acres from AR-1 Agricultural Residential to a PCD Planned Commercial District.
Mr. Kabler asked Commission members if the correct legal description was furnished in text and map. Commission members stated the correct legal description was furnished in text and map.
Mr. Kabler asked the secretary if the adjacent, adjoining and contiguous property owners had been notified of the hearing. The secretary stated all adjacent, adjoining and contiguous property owners had been notified of the hearing by first class mail. The secretary stated she had four letters returned from the post office with a label "Return to Sender, Not Deliverable as Addressed, Unable to Forward". The letters that were returned were addressed to Bonnie S. Perry and Kevin E. Perry, 10725 Fancher Road, Westerville, Ohio 43082, Bernadene A. Dempsey, 10773 Fancher Road, Westerville, Ohio 43082, and Continental Investment & Property Management, 11050 Fancher Road, Westerville, Ohio 43082.
Commission members discussed that Continental Investment & Property Management was the owner of the Trailer Park at Westerville Estates.
The secretary stated she had talked with Dale Fling who had been in contact with Susi and Kevin Perry and that Mr. Fling had e-mailed Susi and Kevin Perry the hearing date and time information. Ms. Manson stated she had verified the addresses of the returned letters and they were the same as what is shown on the Delaware County Auditor's website tax records.
Mr. Kabler asked if there were any non-notified property owners present. Susi Perry stated she had not received a copy of the letter that was mailed out. Mr. Kabler verified with Ms. Perry that she had been notified of the hearing date and time by Mr. Fling. Ms. Perry stated she had been notified by e-mail. Mr. Kabler asked if there were any waivers for non-notified property owners. The secretary stated there were no waivers.
Mr. Kabler asked the secretary for the recommendation from Delaware County Regional Planning Commission. The secretary stated Delaware County Regional Planning Commission recommended Conditional Approval of the rezoning request by John Mccann subject to:
1. Ensuring proper buffering;
2. All lighting being full cutoff; and
3. Ensuring proper geometry to allow a fire truck to service the entire site.
Mr. Kabler asked if the Review Team had been utilized. Mr. Kabler stated that Gary Smith, Jim Gehrig and Jeff Barr had come before the Zoning Commission with a request for a Preliminary Meeting. Mr. Kabler stated after holding one Preliminary Meeting the applicant decided to move forward with the application. Gary Smith represents Mr. Gehrig and Mr. Barr as the planner for the proposed Planned Commercial District. The Preliminary Meeting had been advertised in the Sunbury News.
Mr. Kabler asked Mr. Smith if he would like to give a presentation of the request for the Planned Commercial District.
Gary Smith stated the property in question consists of 13.28 acres located near the corner of Harlem Road on the South side of Fancher Road. Mr. Smith stated the property is West of the Planned Commercial property owned by John McCann. The property sits West of the Trailer Park. Mr. Smith stated there are currently other Commercial businesses in the area along with some residential homes. Mr. Smith stated the property is currently AR-1 and they are requesting the property be rezoned to a PCD Planned Commercial District. Mr. Smith stated they have received Conditional Approval from Delaware County Regional Planning
Mr. Smith stated the first building will be inline with the existing building of the property owned by Mr. Mccann and will sit further back than the house that sits at the corner of Fancher and Harlem Roads. Mr. Smith stated the building in front will be turned and act as a buffer to disguise the buildings behind. The building in front will be landscaped. On the West side of the property there will be a privacy fence that will go back to the woods and will be landscaped between the neighboring property and the fence. The East side will have a security fence that runs along the existing business. There will be one entry into the storage units and one small sign out front that meets code regulations. There will be parking spots out front to allow for one to sign up for a storage unit either through a phone call, computer or the kiosk that will be at the entrance. There will be a decorative metal gate at the entrance that will close once the tenant has entered the facility. Access through the gate will be done through a PIN. The first building will be a temperature controlled unit. There will be a storm water retention pond at the back of the property that must meet the requirements of the Delaware County Engineer's regulations. At the very rear of the property there will be outdoor parking near the wooded area.
Mr. Smith stated in regards to the timing of the project the driveway entrance, security fencing, the first three buildings, landscaping and the storm water retention will all be a part of Phase One. They will request permits for all buildings through Delaware County and Harlem Township Zoning.
The landscaping will consist of flowering shrubs, ornamental trees, and evergreens on the West side of the property that will allow for visual interest throughout the seasons along with landscaping at the entrance and the building along Fancher Road. Mr. Smith stated they have added additional landscaping since their meeting with Delaware County Regional Planning.
The buildings will be in natural colors of tan and dark green. The security entrance gate will be a lift gate. There will be a brick wainscoting for the building that faces out on Fancher Road.
Jim Gehrig and Jeff Barr introduced themselves and stated they would be operating the facility. Mr. Barr stated he has several other storage units and has been in this business since 2004.
Mr. Kabler opened the hearing to Commission members for questions and comments.
Mr. Nied asked the applicants if they had organized a community meeting. Mr. Gehrig stated they had not organized a community meeting. Mr. Gehrig stated they had gone door to door to the neighboring properties. Mr. Gehrig stated they tried to contact all the neighbors before they notices of the hearing were received by the neighbors. Mr. Gehrig stated they had about a 60% response and had left letters for those who were not home. Mr. Nied asked how many letters had been left. Mr. Gehrig stated about 12 letters were left for those they had not contacted.
The secretary stated there had been a flyer handed out as well as a posting on the website Next Door Fancher.
Mr. Nied asked how many storage units were proposed for the property. Mr. Smith stated there would be a total of 130,000 square feet with S00 units once the property was all built out. Mr. Smith stated there would be a mix of temperature controlled units, standard 10' x 20' units and smaller storage units. Mr. Nied asked about the storage of RVs to the west of the McCann property. Mr. Smith stated there would be three sided units open to the trees. Mr. Nied asked if they would be one vehicle deep. Mr. Gehrig stated the three sided units would be 12' x 45'. Mr. Smith stated there would be columns in the units to keep the storage orderly.
Mr. Nied asked what the hours of operation would be. Mr. Smith stated hours of operation would be 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. Mr. Smith stated the hours would be electronically controlled and a tenant would have to ask for special permission to enter the property outside of normal hours of operation. Ms. Manson stated she had concerns of hours being longer than other Planned Commercial businesses in the area. Mr. Smith stated the hours can be discussed.
Mr. Kabler asked if the facility would be open 365 days per year. Mr. Smith stated that with electronic access, yes the facility would be open 365 days per year.
Mr. Gehrig stated he worked with the Delaware County Traffic Engineer and when the facility is completely built out there would be no more than 10 cars entering the facility during peak hours. Ms. Manson stated that in a residential area it would not be advisable to have cars, trucks and RV's pulling in during peak hours. Mr. Smith stated hours can be adjusted as they want to be good neighbors.
Mr. Nied asked what the market was for a facility in this area. Mr. Barr stated the bulk of tenants will be from 3 to 5 miles of the facility. Mr. Nied pointed out that a 3 to 5 mile radius would include portions of other townships.
Ms. Manson questioned that the plan indicates the possibility of an on-site employee in the future. An on-site employee would require the need for restrooms and with the existing plan would there be enough room to allow for a septic system on the property. Mr. Smith stated they would only have an on-site employee if they can accommodate a septic system. The need for an on-site employee is not there but gives customers the appearance of better security. Mr. Smith stated the facility would be very secure with today's technology. Ms. Manson asked who would be monitoring the security system. Mr. Gehrig stated the owners would be monitoring the security system.
Ms. Manson asked what plan would be in place for the care and replacement of landscaping. Mr. Gehrig stated they would be working with a professional landscaping company and would consider a local company. Mr. Smith stated it is of the utmost importance that the owners maintain the landscaping and property so units will be rented and the business would be successful.
Mr. Kabler asked what the current plan was for construction. Mr. Smith stated they would apply for permits for all construction in Phase One. Then when the demand requires they would obtain the permits for Phase Two. Phase One would consist of fencing, landscaping, security and storm water. Phase Two may require the outdoor storage for RVs and boats.
Mr. Nied questioned if the surface would be aggregate. Mr. Smith stated the entrance would consist of asphalt coming into the facility and aggregate along the units.
Mr. Kabler asked Commission members if they had any other questions at this time. Mr. Kabler reminded Commission members they would have an option for further comments and questions after the public portion of the hearing is closed. Mr. Nied stted he would like to hear from the public.
At this time Mr. Kabler opened the hearing to the public and asked anyone who wish to speak stand and state their name and address for the record.
Brittany Bowers, 10736 Fancher Road, asked the Zoning Commission to deny the application. Ms. Bowers stated she owns the property next door to the property in question. Ms. Bowers stated she had concerns the facility would affect the property values in the area. Ms. Bowers stated people living in a rural area and appreciate the dark setting at night that allows for viewing the stars. Ms. Bowers continued that she understands there are other Commercial businesses in the area. Ms. Bowers stated she has concerns of the lights being on all night because she works nights and 6 a.m. is very early for tenants to start entering the property and would affect her sleep. Ms. Bowers stated the increase in traffic concerns her as Fancher Road is the most highly traveled road in the township. Ms. Bowers stated this is a residential neighborhood and children and pets are also a concern. Ms. Bowers asked if there was really a demand for this type of business in this area. Ms. Bowers stated she also has concerns of rain water runoff as her property floods after heavy rains.
Mr. Kabler stated the applicants have included a traffic study in the proposed plan. Mr. Smith stated they have a traffic letter that indicates peak hours that are scientifically documented. Mr. Smith stated storage units have a low traffic volume. Mr. Smith stated if a use or a business would generate more than 100 trips per hour then the County would require a traffic study. Ten cars per hour is only one tenth of that. Storage units generate very low traffic. Mr. Nied asked what the demand would be at peak hour. Mr. Gehrig stated 5 cars in and 5 cars out.
Mr. Nied asked Ms. Bowers if the current water runoff floods her property. Ms. Bowers stated yes. Mr. Smith stated by law they would be required to take all increased runoff. Any increased runoff has to stay on the property and would improve current issues. Water runoff has to be reviewed and approved by the Delaware County Engineer. Mr. Nied asked if the property owner could be a part of this review. Mr. Smith stated the review would be open to the public and the neighbor could be a part of the review.
Mr. Nied referred to Ms. Bowers' concerns about lighting. Mr. Smith stated lighting would be motion sensitive or on timers. Interior lighting of the units would have cut off shields and would be down lighting. Mr. Nied asked if there would be light poles. Mr. Smith stated the lighting would be mounted on the buildings. Mr. Smith stated the lighting would be 8' or 9' off the ground. There would be a shield over the lighting and the lighting would not spill over on to the neighboring properties. The closest lighting would be 45' from the neighboring property line. The plants in the landscaping would also shield lighting from the neighboring property.
Mr. Kabler asked what would happen if water from her property would run onto the storage facility property. Mr. Smith stated they would have to take the runoff. Mr. Smith stated they will have to provide a pathway for the water and cannot release water onto any neighboring property.
Ms. Manson asked if the water gets to the retention pond through slopes and drainage pipes. Mr. Smith stated he would allow Tom Rybski to discuss that. Mr. Rybski stated the natural drainage is currently East to West. Mr. Rybski stated the water will be diverted back to the retention pond. Mr. Smith stated they will have to catch all storm water retention before it reaches her property.
Sue Rasche, 6962 Harlem Road, stated that not all the properties in the area are zoned Commercial. Ms. Rasche continued that Planned Commercial has to be very detailed. Ms. Rasche stated what the applicant has applied for is what it has to be or they have to come back and reapply for anything that is not in the current request. Mr. Gehrig stated changes are handled through minor/major modifications. Mr. Smith stated the Commission can approve this with stipulations. Ms. Rasche stated an application goes through two hearing processes. Ms. Rasche stated Planned districts can be an ongoing hassle for the township to manage.
Ms. Rasche stated this seems like high density for a low density area. Ms. Rasche stated current zoning is agriculture. This facility seems like high density, but at least it is not chickens or other livestock.
Mr. Smith stated there will be some buffer from the density. This would be an organized buffer that will block the density of the facility. The fire department checked the fire access and has given their okay. Customers are the only ones who experience the true density.
Ms. Manson asked if there would be fire hydrants on the property. Mr. Smith stated Del Co Water would place one fire hydrant in the center of the facility.
Herman Berk, Jr., 10475 Fancher Road, stated he had several concerns and referred to the retention pond and asked where the runoff is going to. Mr. Berk stated the Trailer Park has a very high crime rate in the township. Mr. Berk stated this is a flood plain area. Mr. Berk stated he has lived in the township for 28 years and asked Mr. Smith if he would want his house to be across the street from a facility like this. Mr. Berk stated in regards to the restroom it would have to go through the EPA.
Mr. Smith stated he would live across the street from a facility like this as long as it was well run and maintained. The facility will look nice and will be a good use for the community. The storm water will release to where it goes today at a rate no greater than today. The Delaware County Engineer has to approve the storm water runoff before anything can be built. In regards to an onsite employee and septic if there is no space for it then we can't do it. It must meet County approval. Mr. Kabler stated if they decide to put in a restroom they must come in and amend their Planned Commercial District. Mr. Smith stated this would still have to be approved through the County. Mr. Nied asked if there could be a port-a-potty placed on the property. Mr. Smith stated a port-a-potty would not be permitted.
Juanita Berk, 10475 Fancher Road, asked what if there is not a restroom facility and people decide to use the property. Mr. Barr stated he has only had one incident since 2004. Mr. Barr stated he has five facilities and none have a restroom.
Dini Di Natale, Hatch Road, stated she has concerns of losing farm land in the township. Ms. DiNatale asked if there had been any research done to determine if the facility is warranted. Ms. DiNatale asked if we really needed this facility in the township.
Susi Perry, 10725 Fancher Road, stated she had researched five different facilities. The closest facility is in Westerville, a Cardinal Storage facility, within 5 to 10 miles of the township which has a 41.4% vacancy rate. Ms. Perry stated the township does issue permits for accessory buildings to property owners. Ms. Perry stated she had also read that this was an archaeological site. Ms. Manson stated she is a professional archaeologist and the property is not known to contain any archaeological sites.
Ms. Manson stated a Planned Commercial District will pay more in taxes. Mr. Smith stated property tax and investment serve a need and will increase the value of the area.
Ms. Di Natale stated her question never was answered if there was any research done for a facility of this type in the township. Mr. Smith stated that Plain Township built a storage facility on Route 62 and the facility is doing very well.
Steve Embaugh, 11345 Fancher Road, stated he would like to see a study done of other facilities to see if there had been a drop in property values for those areas. Mr. Embaugh voiced concerns that there would be a privacy fence on the West side but only a chain link fence on the East side which would be in full view of the trailer park. Mr. Smith stated there would be no way everyone in the township would believe a property value study. Mr. Embaugh asked if they would do a study. Mr. Smith stated the bank will not ask them about the effect on neighboring properties. Mr. Smith stated if the property is well maintained the area will hold its value.
Mr. Kabler stated the request to the Zoning Commission is if the proposed request meets the Zoning Resolution regulations and meets the intent of the Master Plan. Mr. Kabler stated property value is not a factor the Zoning Commission can consider.
Ms. Rasche stated the Trustees can judge on property value not the Zoning Commission. Ms. Rasche stated she is not sure the request fits into the Master Plan. Ms. Rasche stated the Trustees can consider the general welfare. Ms. Rasche stated this is a high crime area.
Jack Ambrose, 6503 Miller Paul, stated he supports the neighbors.
Josh Long, P & L Systems, stated they will use all precautions regulated by the Delaware County Engineer's office. The release of water from the retention pond will be at a lesser rate than what is currently there. Mr. Smith stated a defined outlet on an engineered pond will have a release mechanism above the normal water elevation. The pond will have an aeration system so the water does not go stagnant or will be chemically treated.
Herman Berk stated this is right up his alley. Mr. Berk believes the proposed project will make the water problem worse. This will not stop mosquitoes and will build up silt.
Mr. Kabler stated comments about water are addressed through the Delaware County Engineer's office, not the Zoning Commission. This does fall under the general welfare of the township and the applicants have brought people with them to help answer concerns.
Sue Perry asked what the timeline is from start to finish. Mr. Barr stated the permit is only valid for two years. If construction does not begin within the two years the permit is void.
Mr. Kabler stated what is in the text and map must be in the Planned Commercial District. Mr. Kabler stated they are permitted in the Zoning Resolution to construct in phases. Mr. Kabler stated they have stated there will be six buildings built in Phase One.
Mr. Smith stated there will be heavy construction up front to prepare the site. Further construction will be based on need.
Mr. Berk asked Commission members what they were going to do when the heavy equipment tears up the road. Mr. Berk asked if the applicant would have to pay for road repairs. Ms. Manson stated the road is maintained by the County. Mr. Kabler stated this is not a factor the Zoning Commission can consider.
Dave Hullan stated he lives two doors down. Mr. Hullan asked if there could be something placed in the Planned Commercial District about mosquito control. Mr. Kabler stated that would be a concern for the Health Department. Mr. Smith stated this would be no different than a farm pond but they would be happy to treat for mosquitoes.
Mr. Embaugh asked how they would control business being operated from the storage units. Mr. Smith stated they would control this. There will be a lengthy contract that would have to be signed. There will be no electrical outlets in the units.
Juanita Berk asked how the fire department will access the property if there is a fire after hours. Mr. Gehrig stated the fire department will have a code to access the property. Ms. Berk asked how loud the gate will be. Mr. Gehrig stated the gate would not be loud.
Mr. Kabler asked if there were any further comments from the public. Being none, Mr. Kabler closed the public portion of the hearing and reopened the hearing to Commission members for comments and concerns.
Mr. Nied asked if there was anyone here from the trailer park. Mr. Kabler stated the public portion had been closed. Mr. Kabler stated they would reopen the hearing to the public. There was no one present from the trailer park.
Ms. Rasche stated it is a state mandate that all hearings be advertised in the County in the paper of record. Ms. Perry stated she does not get the Sunbury News. Mr. Kabler stated the paper of record has to have paid subscriptions. Mr. Kabler stated the Commission is hopeful more information will be published on the Township website to keep the public informed.
Mr. Kabler again closed the public portion of the hearing.
Mr. Kabler stated the Commission would now go through the proposed plan.
Commission members found no changes on page one.
Page 2. Commission members discussed the hours of operation. Mr. Barr stated they could produce a gate log. Mr. Barr stated very few people come in the facility at 6 a.m. Ms. Manson suggested changing the hours of operation.
Item B. Hours of Operation:
Change From: 6 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Change To: 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Ms. Lobenstein stated that seems reasonable.
Ms. Manson requested the last sentence "An on-site employee moy be added in the future as the business grows" be deleted.
Commission members discussed they needed the area ofthe three sided building. Mr. Gehrig stated the three sided building is included in the 132,000 square feet. Mr. Nied stated the plan needs to define the square footage of the enclosed area, the three sided buildings and the open areas. Commission members agreed.
Item A. Use of Property: (Line 3).
Change From: A maximum of 132,000 square feet of enclosed storage shall be permitted on the property, as well as an outdoor area for the storage of boats and recreational vehicles to be located at the rear ofthe property as indicated on the Development Plan Exhibit "C".
Change To: A maximum of 118,000 square feet of enclosed storage, and 14,000 square feet of three sided storage shall be permitted on the property, as well as an outdoor area of 90,000 square feet for the storage of boats and recreational vehicles to be located at the rear of the property as indicated on the Development Plan Exhibit 'C'.
Page 3. Commission members discussed the need for language addressing the maintenance of landscaping and screening. Commission members agreed to add the following language under landscaping:
5. All landscaping and screening will be maintained in good condition.
Commission members next looked at the language in Section F. Security. Item 3.
Change From: Surveillance: Video surveillance shall be provided ta ensure the safety and security of items stored within the facility and to deter unauthorized access.
Change To: Video Monitoring: Video monitoring shall be provided to deter unauthorized access.
Change From: Lighting: Lighting for the facility shall be provided through the use of LED wall pack lights mounted to the sides of the storage buildings. All light fixtures shall be installed to direct light downward and avoid light pollution, and shall be controlled by a photocell. On the western side ofthe buildings nearest the residential properties to the west, light fixtures shall have cut off shielding installed so the light source is less visible from adjacent properties and shall be controlled through either the use of a timer that turns off the fixtures at the end of business each day, or by motion sensors such that lights on that side ofthe building are normally shut off during non-business hours.
Change To: Lighting: Lighting for the facility shall be provided through the use of LED wall pack lights mounted to the sides ofthe storage buildings. All light fixtures shall be installed to direct light downward and avoid light pollution, and shall be controlled by a photocell. On the western side ofthe buildings nearest the residential properties to the west, light fixtures shall have cut off shielding installed so the light source is less visible from adjacent properties and shall be controlled by motion sensors such that lights on that side of the building are normally shut off during non-business hours.
Commission members discussed and agreed to add an item 6 to the Security language.
6. No manufacturing, repairs for hire or sales shall be conducted by the renter within a storage unit.
Due to the late hour Commission members discussed recessing tonight's hearing so they could continue to review the proposed plan. Commission members discussed when the Trustees would be meeting so they could have the plan reviewed in time for the Trustees next meeting.
Mr. Kabler recessed hearing HTZC 17-09 to Thursday, January 11, 2018 at 7:30 p.m.
Sherrie Steele, Secretary