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AMENDED AGENDA OF

Zoning Board of Adjustments /

building and standards commission

Regular Session Agenda

January 6, 2011

6:00 PM

City Council Chambers

200 West Walker Street

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I.                   Call to order and Roll call of members

II.                Approval of Minutes

A.     December 2, 2010 and conformance of determinations/orders made in accordance therewith.

III.             The Swearing in of Speakers and Witnesses

IV.              Other Business

A.     Recognition of Mr. Ian Evans for his years of service on the Zoning Board of Adjustments and to the City of League City.

B.     Recognition of Mr. Fred Switzer for his years of service on the Zoning Board of Adjustments and to the City of League City.

V.                 Public Hearings and Action Items from Public Hearings

A.     Hold a public hearing and take action on ZBA10-31 (2805 Kentucky Avenue), to determine whether a building or structure is a dangerous building, and issue any order(s) determined necessary to address such conditions per 22-331 et. seq. of the League City Code of Ordinances on property legally described as Lots 9 and 10, Block 228 of the Dickinson Townsite, a subdivision in League City, Galveston County, Texas, according to Perry and Austin Survey, Abstract 19, in the Map Records of Galveston County.

OWNERS/LIENHOLDERS

Solen Lee Glover, 2805 Kentucky Avenue, League City, Texas 77573

Anthony D. Gunn, 225 Farm to Market Road 517 West, Dickinson, Texas 77539

 

B.     Hold a public hearing and take action on ZBA10-32 (1201 Kentucky Avenue), to determine whether a building or structure is a dangerous building, and issue any order(s) determined necessary to address such conditions per 22-331 et. seq. of the League City Code of Ordinances on property legally described as Lots 11 and 12, Block 229 of the Dickinson Townsite, a subdivision in League City, Galveston County, Texas, according to the map or plat thereof recorded in the Map Records of Galveston County.

OWNERS/LIENHOLDERS

Wilson Ardie & Bertha F. Ardie, P.O. Box 462, League City, Texas 77573

                                           And1201 Kentucky Avenue, League City, Texas 77573

Jack M. Webb, Bankruptcy Trustee for O.Dean Couch, Jr., c/o Weil, Gotshal & Manges, 16th Floor,

700 Louisiana, Houston, Texas 77002

Department of Treasury, Internal Revenue Service, Technical Advisory Office, 300 East 8th Street, MS 5021 AUS, Austin, Texas 78701


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City of League City

Zoning Board of Adjustments/

Building Standards Commission

Regular Session Agenda

January 6, 2011 

6:00 PM

Council Chambers, 200 West Walker Street

 

C.    Hold a public hearing and take action on ZBA10-33 (1517 2nd Street), to determine whether a building or structure is a dangerous building, and issue any order(s) determined necessary to address such conditions per 22-331 et. seq. of the League City Code of Ordinances on property legally described as Lot 8, Block 1 of the Tiegs’ Second Addition Subdivision, a subdivision in League City, Galveston County, Texas, according to the map or plat thereof recorded in Volume 254-A, Page 76 of the Map Records of Galveston County.

OWNERS/LIENHOLDERS

Leslie D. Butcher, 3124 Sand Shadows Drive, League City, Texas 77573

                     And 1517 2nd Street, League City, Texas 77573

Robert E. Steele, Trustee, 510 Highway 3 North, League City, Texas 77573

Harold E. & Margie McBrayer, 1180 Lake Loleta Drive, Avon Park, Florida 33825

 

VI.              Other Business, continued

A.     Consider and take action on electing a Zoning Board of Adjustments Chairperson for 2011 and 2012.

B.     Consider and take action on electing a Zoning Board of Adjustments Vice-Chairperson for 2011 and 2012.

 

VII.           Adjournment

 

CERTIFICATE

 

THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT THE ABOVE NOTICE OF MEETING WAS POSTED ON THE BULLETIN BOARD AT CITY HALL OF THE CITY OF LEAGUE CITY, TEXAS, BY THE 3RD DAY OF JANUARY, 2011 BY 6 PM, AND WAS POSTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH CHAPTER 551, LOCAL GOVERNMENT CODE (THE TEXAS OPEN MEETINGS ACT).  ITEMS POSTED IN THE OPEN SESSION PORTIONS OF THIS AGENDA MAY ALSO BE DISCUSSED IN CLOSED OR EXECUTIVE SESSION IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS OF THE TEXAS OPEN MEETINGS ACT. THE BOARD RESERVES THE RIGHT TO HEAR ANY OF THE ABOVE DESCRIBED AGENDA ITEMS THAT QUALIFY FOR AN EXECUTIVE SESSION, IN AN EXECUTIVE SESSION BY PUBLICLY ANNOUNCING THE APPLICABLE SECTION NUMBER OF THE OPEN MEETINGS ACT, (CHAPTER 551 OF THE TEXAS GOVERNMENT CODE, SPECIFICALLY INCLUDING CHAPTER 551.071 “CONSULTATION WITH ATTORNEY”), THAT JUSTIFIES EXECUTIVE SESSION TREATMENT.

 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE PRESENCE OF A QUORUM OF THE MEMBERS OF CITY COUNCIL AT ANY TIME DURING THE COURSE OF THE ABOVE-REFERENCED PROCEEDING MAY CONSTITUTE A MEETING OF CITY COUNCIL PURSUANT TO THE TEXAS OPEN MEETINGS ACT, CHAPTER 551 OF THE TEXAS GOVERNMENT CODE.  BY THIS NOTICE, THE PUBLIC IS HEREBY ADVISED OF SAID MEETING NOT LESS THAN 72 HOURS IN ADVANCE OF THE DATE, TIME AND LOCATION NOTED ABOVE.

 

 

 

__________________________________________                                              __________________________________________               

MARK LINENSCHMIDT, AICP                                                                   OSCAR AREVALO,

SENIOR PLANNER                                                                                          BUILDING OFFICIAL


 

                                                                    MINUTES

CITY OF LEAGUE CITY

ZONING BOARD OF ADJUSTMENTS/

BUILDING AND STANDARDS COMMISSION

REGULAR SESSION

THURSDAY January 06, 2011 at 6:00 P.M.

City Council Chambers

200ST WALKER

 

I.                  Call to order and Roll call of members

 

Mr. Christiansen called the meeting to order at 6:04 p.m.

 

Members present:                                                       *Members absent:

             James R. Christiansen, Chair                                      Elaine Kosty

            Amy Beasley                                                              Vaness Hamilton

Richard Stephenson                                                   

Melvin Bogus

Janet Alleman                                                 

 

 

City Representatives:

Mark Linenschmidt, Senior Planner

Oscar Arevalo, Building Official

R.J. Davidson, Building Inspector

Susan Wologo, Recording Secretary

Steven Weathered, City Attorney

 

II.        Approval of Minutes

 

 

A.  December 02, 2010 

 

Mr. Weathered, City Attorney, referred to page 8 of the minutes referring to Section VI of the Orders and requested that the minutes reflect that the Chairperson shall be authorized to execute the order as it relates to 628 Hwy 3 South and that it be accompanied with the full legal description with the attachment of exhibit “A” and to the extent necessary that the Chair be authorized to execute a correction order to ensure the exhibit is properly filed with the City.

 

Ms. Beasley made a motion to approve the minutes of December 02, 2010 with the addition made by the City Attorney.

 

Mr. Stephenson seconded the motion.

 

The motion passed unanimously with a vote of 5-0-0.

 

III.       Swearing in of Witnesses

 

Mr. Christiansen swore in the witnesses, stating this is a quasi-judicial board, which is being recorded and therefore anybody that speaks should be aware it is considered testimony.  Any appeal of the decision by the Board of Adjustment must be filed with the Court of Competent Jurisdiction within 10 days of the date of the decision rendered by this board. 

 

Mr. Weathered reminded the Board that since all items being considered on the agenda are Building and Standards Commission items, the time period in which to file an appeal is 30 days.

 

IV.       Other Business

 

A.  Recognition of Mr. Ian Evans for his years of service on the Zoning Board of Adjustments and to the City of League City.

Mr. Evans was presented with a plaque from Staff and from the Board Members in appreciation for his years of service as a Commissioner on the Zoning Board of Adjustments.

B.  Recognition of Mr. Fred Switzer for his years of service on the Zoning Board of Adjustments and to the City of League City.

Mr. Christiansen announced that Mr. Switzer was not able to attend the meeting but advised he would be recognized at future meeting date.

V.        Public Hearings and Action Items from Public Hearings

 

A.   Hold a public hearing and take action on ZBA10-31 (2805 Kentucky Avenue), to determine whether a building or structure is a dangerous building, and issue any order(s) determined necessary to address such conditions per 22-331 et. seq. of the League City Code of Ordinances on property legally described as Lots 9 and 10, Block 228 of the Dickinson Townsite, a subdivision in League City, Galveston County, Texas, according to Perry and Austin Survey, Abstract 19, in the Map Records of Galveston County.

OWNERS/LIENHOLDERS

Solen Lee Glover, 2805 Kentucky Avenue, League City, Texas 77573

Anthony D. Gunn, 225 Farm to Market Road 517 West, Dickinson, Texas 77539

 

Mr. Christiansen read aloud the General Procedures and Instructions to Participants for all Dangerous Building Hearings.

Mr. Christiansen opened the public portion of the hearing at 6:19 p.m. and asked if anyone was present who is not an owner or lien holder and not directly interested in the property.   No one from the public was present to speak on this item.

Mr. Christiansen asked if the landowner or anyone with direct interest in the property was present.  No one was present to speak on this item.

 

R.J. Davidson, Inspector with the City, came forward and gave a history of the property and presented photos of the property in its dilapidated condition.

Mr. Weathered asked Mr. Davidson if the property was in violation of all 13 findings.  Mr. Davidson responded affirmatively.

Mr. Christiansen opened the floor for questioning by the City Attorney.  

Mr. Weathered asked if the report presented was available to public inspection prior to the hearing.  Mr. Davidson responded “yes, sir”.  Mr. Weathered asked if Mr. Davidson was submitting it as evidence.  Mr. Davidson responded “yes, sir”.  Mr. Weathered asked if it includes the CD that depicts the 13 violations of the City Ordinance and Code.  Mr. Davidson responded affirmatively.

Mr. Weathered inquired as to how notice was provided to the owners and lien holders in this case.  Mr. Davidson responded that certified mail was sent to all owners and lien holders listed on the title search.  It was posted at the front door of the property and posted on the wall of the County Courthouse, as well as in the Galveston Daily News.

Mr. Weathered asked if when notice was sent to the owners and lien holders it was sent as reflected in the real property records, the City records and the tax appraisal records.  Mr. David responded affirmatively.

Mr. Weathered asked if it was still Mr. Davidson’s contention after his presentation, that 1-13 of the City Code had been violated.  Mr. Davidson replied “yes, sir”.

Mr. Weathered asked Mr. Davidson if the building could be feasibly repaired in his opinion.  Mr. Davidson responded “no, sir”.  Mr. Davidson explained that the main support structures that hold up the interior have been dilapidated and decayed and that the support structure in the garage is unrepairable.

Mr. Weathered asked if Mr. Davidson believed that the building had been 50 percent destroyed.  Mr. Davidson responded “yes, sir”.

Mr. Christiansen closed the public portion of the hearing at 6:29 p.m.

The Commission reviewed and discussed the Form Order contained in the Commissioner’s packets.

Section I –       STRUCTURES/LOCATION

2805 Kentucky Ave., League City, Texas  77573

 

Section II – OWNER(S)/LIENHOLDER

Owner(s):         Solen Lee Glover

 

Lienholders/Mortgagee(s):       City of League City, Texas

 

Appearance for City:  Oscar Arevalo, Building Official

                                  R.J. Davidson, Inspector

 

Appearances for Owners/Lienholders:  None

 

Appearances for Owner/Parties in Interest:  None

 

Section III – FINDINGS

The order will reflect pursuant to the findings of the Commission that there are violations of numbers 1-13.

Section IV – ORDERS

1. Affirmative Finding.

2. Affirmative Finding:  No later than immediately secure the building and property from unlawful entry and to constantly monitor the structure to ensure that it is kept secured.

3. Affirmative Finding:  No later than immediately removal of all persons or property in reference to the Building.

4. Affirmative Finding:  That the Building shall be posted on or near the front door as a dangerous building with the “DO NOT ENTER” notice in accordance with and contained in Section 22-342 of the City of League City Code of Ordinance:    

5. Affirmative Finding:  No later than February 07, 2011 complete the demolition of the building as determined above.

6.  N/A

7.  N/A

8.  N/A

9.  N/A

10. N/A

11. N/A

Section V – SPECIAL ADDITIONAL FINDINGS FOR DEMOLITION IF APPLICABLE

 

1.  N/A

2. Affirmative Finding:  The Owner has demonstrated an inability to complete the repair/demolition of the Building and failed to make extremely needed urgent repairs.  The Building is inhabitable and unsafe.  Repairs are not feasible and the conduct of the Owner demonstrates that the subject repairs cannot and would not be completed in a timely manner to avoid further danger to the City and others concerned:

SECTION VI - COMPLIANCE: 

Final Order

With no further discussion, Mr. Christiansen called for a motion.

Mr. Stephenson made a motion to authorize the Chairperson to execute the order and notice of lien pursuant to the findings made by the commission.

Mr. Bogus seconded the motion.

 

The motion passed unanimously with a vote of 5-0-0.

 

B.  Hold a public hearing and take action on ZBA10-32 (1201 Kentucky Avenue), to determine whether a building or structure is a dangerous building, and issue any order(s) determined necessary to address such conditions per 22-331 et. seq. of the League City Code of Ordinances on property legally described as Lots 11 and 12, Block 229 of the Dickinson Townsite, a subdivision in League City, Galveston County, Texas, according to the map or plat thereof recorded in the Map Records of Galveston County.

OWNERS/LIENHOLDERS

Wilson Ardie & Bertha F. Ardie, P.O. Box 462, League City, Texas 77573

                                                 And1201 Kentucky Avenue, League City, Texas 77573

Jack M. Webb, Bankruptcy Trustee for O.Dean Couch, Jr., c/o Weil, Gotshal & Manges, 16th Floor,

700 Louisiana, Houston, Texas 77002

Department of Treasury, Internal Revenue Service, Technical Advisory Office, 300 East 8th Street, MS 5021 AUS, Austin, Texas 78701

 

Mr. Christiansen opened the public portion of the hearing at 6:48 p.m. and asked if anyone was present who is not an owner or lien holder and not directly interested in the property.   No one from the public was present to speak on this item.

Mr. Christiansen asked if the landowner or anyone with direct interest in the property was present.  No one was present to speak on this item.

 

R.J. Davidson, Inspector with the City, came forward and gave a history of the property and presented photos of the property in its dilapidated condition.  He stated he had been in contact with the Property Owner’s children whom he said were also interested in staff’s recommendation of demolition as they had planned to do it themselves.  He said staff was prepared to recommend a 30 day extension but since they didn’t appear for the hearing he said staff will recommend an immediate demolition.

Mr. Stephenson asked Mr. Davidson if all 13 findings in Section III of the Orders had been violated.  Mr. Davidson stated the property absolutely did violate all 13 findings.  Mr. Stephenson further asked if the property looked if had been abandoned.  Mr. Davidson responded affirmatively.

 

With no further questions from the Commission, Mr. Christiansen opened the floor for questioning by the City Attorney.

 

Mr. Weathered inquired when the conversations with the Property Owner’s children took place.  Mr. Davidson responded that several conversations took place over the last 45 days; all via email except for the initial visit at the office.  Mr. Davidson further stated their parents (Property Owners) had received the certified mailings and turned them over to their children.  He said he corresponded with the children to walk them through the process to prepare for tonight’s hearing as they planned to demolish the property themselves.

 

Mr. Weathered asked Mr. Davidson if it was his testimony that the children did state that property owners did receive notice of tonight’s hearing.  Mr. Davidson responded “yes, sir”.

 

 

Mr. Weathered asked Mr. Davidson if the report he presented to the Commission was on file for public inspection (including the owners and lienholders) prior to this hearing. Mr. Davidson responded “yes, sir”.

 

Mr. Weathered asked Mr. Davidson if in his discussions with the children, he showed them photos or any part of the report.  Mr. Davidson confirmed that he showed them the slide show presentation as well as the additional photos on the CD and discussed with them the structure’s 13 items of noncompliance in which they agreed. Mr. Weathered asked if they contested any of Mr. Davidson’s determinations.  Mr. Davidson responded “no, sir”.  Mr. Weathered asked Mr. Davidson if they admitted the building could not be repaired and it needed to be demolished.  Mr. Davidson responded “yes, sir”.

 

Mr. Weathered asked for the record if Mr. Davidson gave notice pursuant to the owners and lienholders and addresses recorded in City records, County Appraisal District records and real property records.  Mr. Davidson responded “yes, sir”.  Mr. Weathered further asked if notice was posted on the building, in the newspaper and at the County courthouse.  Mr. Davidson responded affirmatively to all.

 

 

Mr. Christiansen closed the public portion of the hearing at 6:58 p.m. and called for the Board to consider and vote on the findings listed within the form order.

 

Section I –       STRUCTURES/LOCATION

1201 Kentucky Ave., League City, Texas  77573

 

Section II – OWNER(S)/LIENHOLDER

Owner(s):         Wilson Ardie and Wife, Bertha F. Ardie

Lienholders/Mortgagee(s):       Bankruptcy Trustee, Jack M. Webb; and Department of Treasury, Internal Revenue Service, Technical Advisory Office.

 

Appearance for City:  Oscar Arevalo, Building Official

                                  R.J. Davidson, Inspector

 

Appearances for Owners/Lienholders:  None

 

Appearances for Owner/Parties in Interest:  None

 

Section III – FINDINGS

The order will reflect pursuant to the findings of the Commission that there are violations of numbers 1-13.

Section IV – ORDERS

1. Affirmative Finding.

2. Affirmative Finding:  No later than immediately secure the building and property from unlawful entry and to constantly monitor the structure to ensure that it is kept secured.

3. Affirmative Finding:  No later than immediately removal of all persons or property in reference to the Building.

4. Affirmative Finding:  That the Building shall be posted on or near the front door as a dangerous building with the “DO NOT ENTER” notice in accordance with and contained in Section 22-342 of the City of League City Code of Ordinance:    

5. Affirmative Finding:  No later than February 07, 2011 complete the demolition of the building as determined above.

6.  N/A

7.  N/A

8.  N/A

9.  N/A

10. N/A

11. N/A

Section V – SPECIAL ADDITIONAL FINDINGS FOR DEMOLITION IF APPLICABLE

 

1.  N/A

2. Affirmative Finding:  The Owner has demonstrated an inability to complete the repair/demolition of the Building and failed to make extremely needed urgent repairs.  The Building is inhabitable and unsafe.  Repairs are not feasible and the conduct of the Owner demonstrates that the subject repairs cannot and would not be completed in a timely manner to avoid further danger to the City and others concerned:

SECTION VI - COMPLIANCE: 

Final Order

With no further discussion, Mr. Christiansen called for a motion.

Mr. Bogus made a motion to authorize the Chairperson to execute the order and notice of lien pursuant to the findings made by the commission.

Mr. Stephenson seconded the motion.

 

The motion passed unanimously with a vote of 5-0-0.

 

C.   Hold a public hearing and take action on ZBA10-33 (1517 2nd Street), to determine whether a building or structure is a dangerous building, and issue any order(s) determined necessary to address such conditions per 22-331 et. seq. of the League City Code of Ordinances on property legally described as Lot 8, Block 1 of the Tiegs’ Second Addition Subdivision, a subdivision in League City, Galveston County, Texas, according to the map or plat thereof recorded in Volume 254-A, Page 76 of the Map Records of Galveston County.

OWNERS/LIENHOLDERS

Leslie D. Butcher, 3124 Sand Shadows Drive, League City, Texas 77573

                                       And 1517 2nd Street, League City, Texas 77573

Robert E. Steele, Trustee, 510 Highway 3 North, League City, Texas 77573

Harold E. & Margie McBrayer, 1180 Lake Loleta Drive, Avon Park, Florida 33825

 

 

Mr. Christiansen opened the public portion of the hearing at 7:06 p.m. and asked if anyone was present who is not an owner or lien holder and not directly interested in the property.   No one from the public was present to speak on this item.

Mr. Christiansen asked if the landowner or anyone with direct interest in the property was present.  No one was present to speak on this item.

 

R.J. Davidson, Inspector with the City, came forward and presented photos of the dilapidated structure  and gave brief a history of the property.  He said staff was not able to make contact with the property owner but was approached by a citizen of League City who offered to tear the structure down himself; staff advised the citizen that action would be between him and the property owner.  Mr. Davidson presented current photos of the property to show that the structure had been removed; however the debris was not removed and the area where the structure was located had not been filled in.  He said staff’s recommendation is for the debris to be removed and fill dirt be brought in to level the area where the structure was located.

Mr. Christiansen opened the floor for questioning by the City Attorney.

 

Mr. Weathered asked Mr. Davidson if he had been in contact with the property owner.  Mr. Davidson responded “no, sir”.

Mr. Weathered asked if Mr. Davidson is assuming (the citizen) is the property owner’s contractor.  Mr. Davidson responded that he is assuming that the gentleman is acting in representation of the property owner.

Mr. Weathered inquired if the City had issued any permits regarding the demolition of the structure.  Mr. Davidson responded that he did not believe any permits were issued for demolition.

Mr. Weathered inquired about the current photos of the partial removal and asked if the structure was taken down today as the slideshow depicted the structure before the removal.  Mr. Davidson responded that as far as staff knows, it was completed today.

Mr. Weathered asked Mr. Davidson if it is correct that the City Code requires that anytime there is a demolition the site has to be completely cleared and leveled.  Mr. Davidson responded “yes, sir.”

Mr. Weathered asked if it was Mr. Davidson’s testimony that although the structure has been partially demolished, it has not been fully demolished pursuant to the City Code.  Mr. Davidson responded “yes, sir.”

Mr. Weathered asked if notice was given to the owners, lienholders, addresses recorded in the City records, the County Appraisal District records and the County Deed records.  Mr. Davidson responded affirmatively.  Mr. Weathered asked if it was also posted at the site and in the newspaper.  Mr. Davidson responded “yes, sir.”

Mr. Weathered asked how long the structure existed in the condition that was depicted before the Commission.  Mr. Davidson responded “in my knowledge, in excess of two years.” 

Mr. Weathered asked if Code Enforcement had attempted to seek compliance of the structure within the last year or two.  Mr. Davidson said he did not know the outcome of the situation but assumed that since it was turned over to the Building Department to secure the demolition order, it was to no avail.  Mr. Weathered asked “we do know that nothing happened and the structure remained dangerous up until tonight?”  Mr. Davidson responded “yes, sir”.

With no further questions, Mr. Christiansen closed the public portion of the hearing at 7:19 p.m.

 

The Commission reviewed and discussed the Form Order contained in the Commissioner’s packets.

Section I –       STRUCTURES/LOCATION

1517 2nd St., League City, Texas  77573

 

Section II – OWNER(S)/LIENHOLDER

Owner(s):         Leslie D. Butcher

Lienholders/Mortgagee(s):       Harold E. McBrayer and Margie McBrayer, and City of League City

 

Appearance for City:  Oscar Arevalo, Building Official

                                  R.J. Davidson, Inspector

 

Appearances for Owners/Lienholders:  None

 

Appearances for Owner/Parties in Interest:  None

 

Section III – FINDINGS

The order will reflect pursuant to the findings of the Commission that there are violations of numbers 1-13.

Section IV – ORDERS

1. Affirmative Finding.

2.  N/A

3. Affirmative Finding:  No later than January 20, 2011 removal of all persons or property in reference to the Building.

4. Affirmative Finding:  That the Building shall be posted on or near the front door as a dangerous building with the “DO NOT ENTER” notice in accordance with and contained in Section 22-342 of the City of League City Code of Ordinance:    

5. Affirmative Finding:  No later than February 07, 2011 complete the demolition of the building as determined above.

6.  N/A

7.  N/A

8.  N/A

9.  N/A

10. Demo to be completed with full and complete cleanup per the City Code.

11. N/A

Section V – SPECIAL ADDITIONAL FINDINGS FOR DEMOLITION IF APPLICABLE

 

1.  N/A

2.  N/A

SECTION VI - COMPLIANCE: 

Final Order

With no further discussion, Mr. Christiansen called for a motion.

Ms. Beasley made a motion to authorize the Chairperson to execute the order and notice of lien pursuant to the findings made by the commission.

Ms. Alleman seconded the motion.

 

The motion passed unanimously with a vote of 5-0-0.

 

VI.           Other Business Continued

A.     Consider and take action on electing a Zoning Board of Adjustments Chairperson for 2011 and 2012.

Ms. Beasley nominated current Chair, Mr. Christiansen, to continue as Chairperson.  Mr. Christiansen accepted the nomination.

B.    Consider and take action on electing a Zoning Board of Adjustments Vice-Chairperson for 2011 and 2012.

 Mr. Stephenson nominated Ms. Beasley as Vice Chairperson.  Ms. Beasley accepted the nomination.

 

 

 

VII.               Adjournment

      Ms. Alleman made a motion to adjourn the meeting.

      Mr. Bogus seconded the motion.

      Mr. Christiansen adjourned the meeting at 7:35 p.m.

 

 

 

___________________________________              ______________________________

Mark Linenschmidt                                                    James Christiansen,

Senior Planner                                                                       Chair, Zoning Board of Adjustment                         

Date minutes approved: ___________________