April 18, 2000
The Sarpy County/Gretna Urbanizing Area Planning Commission held a Public Hearing at 7:00 p.m. on April 18, 2000 in the County Board Room at the Sarpy County Courthouse, Papillion, Nebraska. Chair, Don Meyer called the meeting to order with the following members present: Charlie Buller, Lonnie Glasshoff, Kevin Jarosz, Dennis Nichols, and Dan Washburn. Sarpy County Planning and Zoning Coordinator, Ken Tex, Deputy County Attorney, Tamra Walz and Recording Secretary Cindy Gilbert were present.
Notice of this meeting and the applications to be heard, were published in the Bellevue Leader. Notice of the meeting and the agenda, were sent to all members of the Sarpy County/Gretna Urbanizing Area Planning Commission and the applicants.
REGULAR AGENDA ITEMS:
1. Tiburon Limited Partnership, 11850 Nicholas St., Omaha, Nebraska requests approval of a change of zone from AG to RS-72 and a preliminary plat on a subdivision to be known as Tiburon View II on the following described property, to wit: Being a replat of part of Lot 396, Tiburon, located in the SW1/4 of Sec 21, Twp 14N, Rng 11E of the 6th P.M., Sarpy County, Nebraska. (Approximately 175th Circle, just north of Cornhusker)
Jarosz moved, seconded by Glasshoff, to recommend approval of the preliminary plat because it complies with the comprehensive development plan and is consistent with the area. Ballot: Ayes - Buller, Meyer, Nichols, Jarosz, Glasshoff and Washburn. Nays - none. Absent - none. Abstain - none.
Ken Tex indicated that in the meeting discussing the Gretna Sewer, it will allow so many acres in that first phase for draining into the sewer. When that capacity is met, there are adequate easements to lay a new line beside that one. The 24"line will be able to handle a population of 30,000. He stated that Olmstead & Perry would be able to give stub locations and where hook-on capabilities were. Ken indicated that putting in too large of a line would cause problems because there wouldn=t be enough flowing through. It should take many years before the need for a second line is necessary. The reason for having a larger line on the industrial sewer was so they wouldn=t have to go through that industrial park or under Highway 50 to lay any more lines.
After some continuing discussion on the sewer, Nichols moved, seconded by Washburn, to adjourn the meeting. With a unanimous oral vote, Chair Meyer declared the meeting adjourned at 7:20 p.m.