Apr 2003

SARPY COUNTY
Department of Planning & Building
Sarpy County Courthouse Annex
1261 Golden Gate Drive, Suite 2E
Papillion, Nebraska 68046
Phone (402) 593-2156 - Fax (402) 593-4335
Ken Tex, Planning & Zoning Coordinator
April 16, 2003
 
Sarpy County Board of Commissioners
Sarpy County Courthouse
1210 Golden Gate Drive
Papillion, Nebraska 68046

To The Sarpy County Board of Commissioners:

The Sarpy County Planning Commission held its regular monthly meeting Wednesday, April 16, 2003 in the County Board Room at the Sarpy County Courthouse, Papillion, Nebraska. Chairman Wear called the meeting to order at 7:30 p.m. with the following members present: Pam Buethe, David Fanslau, Don Fenster, Tom Hurley, Brenda Kunz, Wayne LaBart, Marcia Matthies, Don Meyer, Tom Wees and Alan Wear. Absent was Doug Whitfield. Tamra Walz, Deputy County Attorney was present. Also present were Ken Tex, Planning & Building Coordinator and Cindy Gilbert, Recording Secretary.

Chairman Wear asked for commissioner reports. There were none.

Chairman Wear asked for a motion to approve the agenda as submitted. Wees moved, seconded by Buethe to approve the agenda as submitted. Ballot: Ayes - Buethe, Fenster, Hurley, Kunz, LaBart, Matthies, Meyer, Fanslau and Wees. Nays - none. Abstain - none. Absent - Doug Whitfield. Motion carried.

Chairman Wear asked for a motion to approve the minutes of the March 19, 2003 meeting. Fenster moved, seconded by Hurley to approve the minutes of the previous meeting as submitted. Ballot: Ayes - Fenster, Hurley, Kunz, Matthies, Meyer, Fanslau and Wees. Nays - none. Abstain- Buethe and LaBart. Absent - Whitfield. Motion carried.

I. CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS:

None.

II. REGULAR AGENDA ITEMS:

1. Dodge Land Company, 8701 West Dodge Road, Omaha, requests approval of a Final Plat for a subdivision to be known as Millard Park South 2 on the following described property, to wit: Lots 330-345, inclusive, being a platting of part of the SW1/4 of Sec 15, Twp 14N, Rng 11E of the 6th P.M., Sarpy County, Nebraska (NE corner of 168th & Giles Road)

Chris Cain, HGM Associates, representing the developer, explained how they had changed the lots to the north of Redwood so they matched the single family homes that were already there. He also indicated the connecting streets linking Millard Park South and Springhill have been adjusted so they match up.

Cindy Gilbert read into record the letter from Dave Petrocchi, E & A Consulting Group, Inc., representing the Springhill subdivision to Chris Cain, E & A Consulting Group, Inc., stating Springhill would be adjusting their final plat to reflect the lining up of the two connecting streets between Millard Park South 2 and Springhill.

Cindy Gilbert read into record the letter from the City of LaVista regarding the aforementioned agenda item asking about any variations to the yard setbacks and open space requirements and recommending the item be tabled until further information is gathered.

The question was asked if a turnaround was going to be put in.

Chris Cain stated that another platting of the land to the south, where that street ends, is already in the works.

*Public Hearing was Closed at 7:40 p.m.*

Ken Tex reminded the commissioners that these items had already been discussed in the Preliminary Plat and the Final Plat conforms to the Preliminary.

Fenster moved, seconded by Hurley, to recommend approval of the Final Plat for a subdivision to be known as Millard Park South 2 as it complies with the subdivision regulations. Ballot: Ayes - Buethe, Fenster, Hurley, Kunz, LaBart, Matthies, Meyer, Fanslau and Wees. Nays - none. Abstain - none. Absent - Whitfield. Motion carried.

2. Steven Lapke, 1103 Galvin Road, Bellevue, requests approval of a Change of Zone from AG to AGR on the following described property, to wit: Being a platting of Lot 1, Lapke= s Addition, together with part of the NE1/4 of the NE1/4 of Sec 24, Twp 13N, Rng 13E of the 6th P.M., Sarpy County, Nebraska (2 mile south of Platteview Road, between 57th & 63rd Streets)

Steve Lapke stated he and his brother, Bob, together owned 37.2 acres. They are looking to subdivide this acreage into 6 lots ranging in size from 5 acres to 10 acres. There will be one access off 57th Street and one access off 63rd Street.

Ken Tex noted that a 66' access to the lots in the back gives room for the roadway in the event the lots go smaller someday in the future.

Steve Lapke stated that the only place they have been able to find water is on the 63rd Street side. They will give water rights for the existing well and drilling rights for a second well if and when needed.

*Public Hearing was Closed at 7:48 p.m.*

LaBart moved, seconded by Buethe, to recommend approval of a Change of Zone from AG to AGR as it meets the comprehensive plan. Ballot: Ayes - Buethe, Fenster, Hurley, Kunz, LaBart, Matthies, Meyer, Fanslau and Wees. Nays - none. Abstain - none. Absent - Whitfield. Motion carried.

3. Steven Lapke, 1103 Galvin Road, Bellevue, requests approval of a Preliminary Plat for a subdivision to be known as Lapke= s Second Addition on the following described property, to wit: Being a platting of Lot 1, Lapke= s Addition, together with part of the NE1/4 of the NE1/4 of Sec 24, Twp 13N, Rng 13E of the 6th P.M., Sarpy County, Nebraska (2 mile south of Platteview Road, between 57th & 63rd Streets)

After asking for any more comments,

*Public Hearing was Closed at 7:50 p.m.*

LaBart moved, seconded by Buethe, to recommend approval of the Preliminary Plat for a subdivision to be known as Lapke= s Second Addition with the stipulations they make a 66' wide access to lots off 57th Street with a 100' diameter cul-de-sac and add a 17' R.O.W. dedication to 57th Street as it meets the subdivision regulations. Ballot: Ayes - Buethe, Fenster, Hurley, Kunz, LaBart, Matthies, Meyer, Fanslau and Wees. Nays - none. Abstain - none. Absent - Whitfield. Motion carried.

4. Harrison Group, L.L.C., 1941 S. 42nd Street, Omaha, requests approval of a Final Plat for a subdivision to be known as Harrison Woods Replat 3 on the following described property, to wit: Being a re-platting of Lots 1-4, Harrison Woods, a platted and recorded subdivision of part of the NE1/4 of Sec 16, Twp 14N, Rng 11E of the 6th P.M., Sarpy County, Nebraska (SW corner of 168th & Harrison)

Vic Pelster, Harrison Group, LLC, explained that this is an 18.3 acre tract of land. The BG (General Business) zoning is already in place. There were 4 lots platted originally. It is Mr. Pelster= s desire to plat this area into 10 smaller lots for neighborhood businesses. He has agreed to share in the cost of a turn lane off 168th Street.

*Public Hearing was Closed at 7:54 p.m.*

Wees moved, seconded by LaBart to recommend approval of a Final Plat for a subdivision to be known as Harrison Woods Replat 3 with the stipulation they put in a 12' turn lane as suggested by the County Surveyor= s office, as it complies with the subdivision regulations. Ballot: Ayes - Buethe, Fenster, Hurley, Kunz, LaBart, Matthies, Meyer, Fanslau and Wees. Nays - none. Abstain - none. Absent - Whitfield. Motion carried.

5. Joe Olivo, 9701 Mitchell Road, Papillion, requests approval of a Special Use Trailer Permit to park a single wide mobile home for recreational use only on the following described property, to wit: Lot 15, Lake Olivo, located in Sec 28, Twp 13N, Rng 12E of the 6th P.M., Sarpy County, Nebraska (99th Street, south of Mitchell Road)

Joe Olivo stated this trailer will be set on Lot 15 of Lake Olivo. It will have a septic system and water. It will meet flood plain regulations for height and be used for recreation only. He said they already have 13 trailers in that area now. He also indicated that Hill-Farrell Associates would be doing the survey for flood elevation for him.

*Public Hearing was Closed at 7:59 p.m.*

Matthies moved, seconded by Fanslau to recommend approval of a Special Use Trailer Permit to park a single wide trailer for recreational use only, renewable every three years by publication as it meets the zoning requirements and flood plain requirements. Ballot: Ayes - Buethe, Fenster, Hurley, Kunz, LaBart, Matthies, Meyer, Fanslau and Wees. Nays - none. Abstain - none. Absent - Whitfield. Motion carried.

6. Ready Mixed Concrete, 4315 Cuming Street, Omaha, requests approval of a Change of Zone from RS-72 to IL on the following described property, to wit: Lots 16-21, Block 12, Chalco, located in the NW1/4 of Sec 14, Twp 14N, Rng 11E of the 6th P.M., Sarpy County, Nebraska (152nd & Chandler)

Jeff Ward, Operations Manager for Ready Mixed Concrete, stated Ready Mixed Concrete= s desire to re-zone Lots 16-21 to IL (Light Industrial). There is a 36' x 42' barn currently on one of the lots that they would like to tear down and replace with a 25' x 50' metal structure for the storage of re-bar and other materials.

Cindy Gilbert read into record the letter from the City of LaVista regarding their recommendation to deny this application based upon its nonconformance with the comprehensive plan and the potential impact on the surrounding residential properties.

Ken Tex noted that Lot 16 and 17 had already been re-zoned to BG (General Business) in 1995. He gave a general layout of the area showing where the business is compared to the residential areas.

Mr. Ward stated their long range plans are to use these lots for parking and storage. They purchased the business from Penne Concrete in 1989.

When asked about Jasper Street, it was unclear if that street had been vacated by the County or not. It now consists of a small strip of grass about 6' wide. It is generally maintained by Ready Mixed Concrete.

Buffers were discussed for other businesses such as I-80 Industrial Park and Don Fenster ask how we got them to create a buffer of 50'.

Ken Tex explained it was a much larger area and the residential area was already there when the industrial area came in. Therefore, a buffer was requested to reduce noise from the residents in the area.

It was asked and answered that Emerald Oaks subdivision was platted in 1994.

Brian Stone, a resident across the street, stated that he has a fence in his back yard and he doesn= t think that strip of grass is 6' wide.

Steve Longwell questioned whether Ready Mixed is planning to purchase even more property than what they are trying to re-zone now.

Chairman Wear noted that the only property they would discuss was what the applicant had applied for.

Todd Nowka, neighboring resident, stated he lives east of the property and noted that this neighborhood used to be a peaceful place. He had understood the plant was supposed to be temporary. He stated the noise level is way too high. When the trucks are backing up, their beepers are very loud and they pound on the trucks with hammers to break the concrete off. He can= t enjoy his property with all the noise.

Tom Hurley asked Mr. Nowka if he had attended the meeting in 1989 when the zoning issue came up. He said he was there, but it didn= t do any good.

Scott Paskewitz, a resident of Emerald Oaks, says when you drive up 155th Street, you can see the huge trucks. He also stated their home is very dusty because of the concrete dust that blows around.

Kim Lynch, Emerald Oaks resident, asked if they could build a bigger building than they indicated without permission.

Ken Tex said they would be able to do that.

Another resident commented on the fact they don= t have a problem with the plant the way it is. They just don= t want it to expand.

Brad Rueb stated he is against the re-zoning.

Tom and Lori Wickwire expressed their concerns with noise, traffic danger on the streets with young children, and the inability to sell their home. They feel this will be a detriment to their property value and intend to submit a nuisance complaint with the Planning & Building Department. Tom mentioned they had purchased this home when their other home sale fell through. He also stated the noise from the trucks is very disturbing.

Brian Williams noted that the trucks are closer to his house in the summer because of the increased number of trucks they use.

*Public Hearing was Closed at 8:37 p.m.*

Don Fenster stated he felt this was poor planning from the beginning.

Tom Wees expressed the need for a landscape ordinance that would help buffer commercial and industrial zoning districts from residential ones.

Don Fenster asked if we could require Ready Mixed Concrete to build a wall of some kind in order to approve the zone change.

Tamra Walz Madsen, Deputy County Attorney, said the County could not require them to build one in that zoning district as it does not run under a special use permit. Once zoning is in place, restrictions can not be placed on that business.

Jeff Ward, Ready Mixed Concrete, stated they wish to be good neighbors. They are willing to take a look at sound barriers. He indicated their summer hours are longer, generally running from 5:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Tom Hurley suggested this application be held over to give Ready Mixed Concrete and their neighbors a chance to sit down and discuss things that concern them.

Fenster moved, seconded by Meyer to table this agenda item until the next regular meeting to give Ready Mixed Concrete and their concerned neighbors a chance to resolve some of their differences. Ballot: Ayes - Buethe, Fenster, Hurley, Kunz, LaBart, Matthies, Meyer, Fanslau and Wees. Nays - none. Abstain - none. Absent - Whitfield. Motion carried.

*A short break was taken at 8:55 p.m.*

*The meeting resumed at 9:03 p.m.*

7. Dowd Grain Company, Inc., 8424 West Center Road, Omaha, requests approval of a Change of Zone from AG to RG-15 on the following described property, to wit: Part of the SE1/4 of Sec 15, Twp 14N, Rng 11E of the 6th P.M., Sarpy County, Nebraska (NW corner of 156th & Giles Road)

Brian Katz introduced himself as the contractor for the proposed apartments in this location. He then indicated Ken Tex would give them a general overview of what was being proposed.

Ken Tex explained that, at the time of the Springhill platting, there was no developer to build the apartments, but the owner wanted heavy residential and commercial in this area. The property line was split between the two in a north to south line. After speaking to the owner, it was decided to leave the property along Giles Road as business, with the apartments being a buffer separating the single family homes from the business section. Therefore, the property line was changed from a north/south position to an east/west one. The acreage for both lots is still within a half acre of what they were originally platted. With only a lot line adjustment on the two lots, it didn= t seem necessary to make them come back to the Planning Commission with a revised Preliminary Plat.

Brian Katz noted that the original zoning request was for an RG-25 district. He felt they could utilize the land just as well with an RG-15 zone. Although, his proposal will not fit an RG-25 zone, it is well above the square footage required for the RG-15 zoning. There will still be 2165 square feet per unit. Bill Herr, Sarpy County Highway Department, told Brian that 156th Street would be a little farther south than originally planned and that access to Giles Road would be allowed as well. Mr. Katz also explained that 156th Street and Giles Road are scheduled to be hard surfaced this summer. 156th Street will be the first to be improved.

Ken Tex noted that Millard Park South, Springhill and Giles Ridge have already entered into an agreement to cost share in these road improvement projects.

Brian added that the complex will be adequately landscaped and the whole project will be phased in over a two to three year period. He indicated he would not begin construction right away.

*Public Hearing was Closed at 9:16 p.m.*

Wees moved, seconded by Hurley to recommend approval of a Change of Zone from AG to RG-15 as it complies with the comprehensive plan. Ballot: Ayes - Buethe, Fanslau, Fenster, Hurley, Kunz, LaBart, Matthies, Meyer and Wees. Nays - none. Abstain - none. Absent - Whitfield. Motion carried.

8. Dowd Grain Company, Inc., 8424 West Center Road, Omaha, requests approval of a Final Plat for a subdivision to be known as Springhill Ridge on the following described property, to wit: Part of the SE1/4 of Sec 15, Twp 14N, Rng 11E of the 6th P.M., Sarpy County, Nebraska (NW corner of 156th & Giles Road)

With no further discussion,

Wees moved, seconded by Hurley to recommend approval of a Final Plat for a subdivision to be known as Springhill Ridge as it meets the subdivision regulations. Ballot: Ayes - Buethe, Fanslau, Fenster, Hurley, Kunz, LaBart, Matthies, Meyer and Wees. Nays - none. Abstain - none. Absent - Whitfield. Motion carried.

9. Larry & Sherri Eggers, 19602 S. 204th Street, Gretna, requests approval of a Change of Zone from AG to AGD on the following described property, to wit: Being a platting of part of the S1/2 of the NW1/4 of Sec 6, Twp 12N, Rng 11E of the 6th P.M., Sarpy County, Nebraska. (204th & Buffalo Road)

Sherri Eggers indicated they are looking to plat a 15 acre piece of land to try and make sellable. It already has a building, well and power on the property.

Jack Koke noted that a 10 acre piece of land nearby had been approved several years ago and that there is a three acre piece of land across the street.

*Public Hearing was Closed at 9:27 p.m.*

10. Larry & Sherri Eggers, 19602 S. 204th Street, Gretna, requests approval of a Preliminary/Final Plat for a subdivision to be known as Prairie Acres on the following described property, to wit: Being a platting of part of the S1/2 of the NW1/4 of Sec 6, Twp 12N, Rng 11E of the 6th P.M., Sarpy County, Nebraska. (204th & Buffalo Road)

When asked if she would consider this A spot zoning@ , Tamra Madsen, Deputy County Attorney, responded by saying that she feels it meets the definition, but doesn= t feel this is intrusive like the much smaller lots.

Wees moved, seconded by Matthies, to recommend changing the Comprehensive Development Plan from Agricultural (20+ acres) to Transitional Agricultural (10+ acres). Ballot: Ayes - Fanslau, Hurley, LaBart, Matthies, Meyer and Wees. Nays - Buethe and Kunz. Abstain - Fenster. Absent - Whitfield. Motion carried.

Wees moved, seconded by Matthies, to recommend approval of a Change of Zone from AG to AGD as it meets the amended comp plan. Ballot: Ayes - Fanslau, Hurley, LaBart, Matthies, Meyer and Wees. Nays - Buethe and Kunz. Abstain - Fenster. Absent - Whitfield. Motion carried.

Hurley moved, seconded by Matthies, to recommend approval of a Preliminary/Final Plat on a subdivision to be known as Prairie Acres as it meets the zoning and subdivision regulations. Ballot: Fanslau, Hurley, LaBart, Matthies, Meyer and Wees. Nays - Buethe and Kunz. Abstain - Fenster. Absent - Whitfield. Motion carried.

11. Timothy & Jan Vala, 12102 S. 180th Street, Gretna, requests approval of an amendment to a Special Use Permit to upgrade a development plan on the following described property, to wit: A portion of the NE1/4 of Sec 5, Twp 13N, Rng 11E of the 6th P.M., Sarpy County, Nebraska (SW corner of 180th & Schram Road)

Tim Vala introduced himself as owner of Vala= s Pumpkin Patch and asked to add site number 38 to his site plan. He said it will be a 24 gauge track with a diesel powered engine. He indicated the noise would be similar to a farm tractor. He feels this will be educational as the land was once owned by the railroad and the fact that the railroad is intertwined with agricultural uses. He stated he knows of several farms around the country that have trains and they are very successful. They add to the enjoyment of the attraction.

Ken Tex added that the track would be a three-quarter mile figure eight track.

*Public Hearing was Closed at 9:50 p.m.*

When asked if buffers were needed, Mr. Vala responded by saying that the nearest homes, in Country Estates, are about one-half mile away. Six foot spruce trees have already been planted along Schram Road and there is a creek on one side.

Fenster moved, seconded by LaBart, to recommend approval of an amendment to an existing Special Use Permit by allowing the addition of a train as it meets zoning regulations. Ballot: Ayes - Buethe, Fanslau, Fenster, Hurley, Kunz, LaBart, Matthies, Meyer and Wees. Nays - none. Abstain - none.

Absent - Whitfield. Motion carried.

12. Jerry & Kim Larsen, 8815 S. 180th Street, Gretna, requests approval of a Special Use Permit to operate a pet services company (daytime boarding facility) on the following described property, to wit: Tax Lot 10, located in Sec 21, Twp 14N, Rng 11E of the 6th P.M., Sarpy County, Nebraska (180th Street, 1/4 mile south of Giles Road)

Jerry Larsen stated the land in question is zoned Agriculture. He read from the zoning book a list of the permitted uses he thought his operation might fall under claiming maybe he did not need to be applying for a special use permit after all. He then read the operational plan he had given to the Planning Commission.

Cindy Gilbert read into record the letter from the City of LaVista regarding this item, recommending approval with added conditions.

When asked about buffers, Mr. Larsen stated that, on the west side of 180th Street there is a large sub-station, the south side of the property has the large power lines with a 160' to 170' buffer. There is a creek to the east and a cattle lot to the north. Mr. Larsen then read the letter of support from his brother who owns the land. He added there is a demand in the area for additional care centers for dogs. He indicated the dogs would be segregated by size.

Gene Pope, resident of the Tiburon subdivision, stated this location is within 2 mile of homes and doesn= t think it would be appropriate for the area.

Paul Runge, property owner adjacent to Mr. Larsen, said Mr. Larsen can already hear the dogs barking he has now. He feels his property has development potential and this would harm that potential.

Mae Heger owns the farm to the north of Larsen and feels this would deter from the value of their property. She also indicated the cattle get spooked by the dogs.

Lori Heger agreed with her mother saying she felt this wasn= t the right area for this business and that their cattle farm had grandfather rights.

Richard Krambeck indicated he now had a sewer line running through his property, so development would not be far behind.

When asked about the animal waste, Mr. Larsen stated the animal waste could legally be hauled to the landfill. He indicated he would do that when necessary, but noted the dogs could be fed in a way that they could go before they got to the care center and wouldn= t need to go as much while they were there. He also added that, if someone did not come to pick up their pet, he would deliver it to them and that he would be supplied with a key to get into their home.

Paul Runge added that this applicant had been turned down before, as well as Mr. Armbrust. He felt there was no reason to approve this one if three applications had already been turned down.

*Public Hearing was Closed at 10:33 p.m.*

Ken Tex explained where the other applicant, who was turned down for a similar project, was located in relationship to this property. He also stated the other applications had been turned down because this area has a future land use of Residential High.

Tom Wees suggested that a suitable area for this kind of permit should be added to the comp plan so they know what areas this would be allowable.

Don Fenster asked if there were kennels and boarding facilities in the county already, and, if so, why not allow this one?

Ken Tex explained that the kennels we have currently are not in areas where the future land use is geared for residential subdivisions.

Fenster moved, seconded by Fanslau, to recommend denial of the Special Use Permit because they have already denied two other applications for this area due to the future land use map being heavy residential. Ballot: Ayes - Buethe, Fanslau, Fenster, Kunz, LaBart, Matthies, Meyer and Wees. Nays - none. Abstain - Hurley. Absent - Whitfield. Motion carried.

III. CORRESPONDENCE:

Ken Tex stated that Pam Buethe= s term as Planning Commissioner had expired and this was her last meeting. Tim Schram had appointed a new commissioner who would take over at the next meeting.

John Kottman, Thompson, Dreessen and Dorner, Inc., stated he was representing the Apex Group as he had before with the subdivision Prairie Ridge. They intend to bring this preliminary plat back to the Planning Commission and had made some significant changes that he hoped would have a more favorable response for approval. Changes include the developer covering the cost of paving on Lincoln Road from 216th Street back to the second entrance of the subdivision. They have also agreed to pave the interior streets and they have taken out any 3 acre lots and the minimum size now is 4 acres.

Ken Tex stated they could develop this as a Planned Development District which would allow smaller lot sizes than the 5 acres minimum.

Curt Hofer, Hofer Construction felt the Board rejected this development mainly due to paving costs.

A discussion ensued on density, topography, septics and wells.

Tamra Madsen expressed concerns about the Planning Commission weighing on water issues so heavily. She felt they should leave the water issues up to the experts on the subject and felt they should be satisfied with the State or a private engineer giving their thoughts on water and septics. Tamra also added that the comprehensive plan is not law, but a guide to the direction we would like to see the county develop.

Tim Schram explained the financial needs of the County by indicating there were two major bridge projects and a road project that has priority right now.

Tim Schram also thanked Pam Buethe for her contribution to the Planning Commission and thanked the other members as well for their dedication.

Mr. Schram also stated that the Planning Commission, as well as the Board, needs to put some trust in the Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality when it comes to water, septic and well issues, saying they have the experts to comment on these situations.

Tamra Madsen told the Planning Commission the County Board had went with all of their recommendations from the last meeting except for the Prairie Ridge subdivision. She also noted that she had received a copy of the 370 Corridor study and it does include a landscaping plan. She said she would share more later when she has something more than a draft to talk about.

Brenda Kunz asked Ken why some of his staff recommendations had been left off.

Ken Tex said that when a packet review was done with Mark Wayne and Brian Hanson that he had been told to let the Planning Commission make their own decision.

After some of the Planning Commission members questioned that, Tim Schram said he would talk to Mr. Wayne and Mr. Hanson concerning that matter.

Tom Hurley asked that discussion of the Future Land Use Map be put on the agenda for the next regular meeting of the Planning Commission. It was agreed to put that on as an agenda item for the May 21, 2003 meeting.

IV. ADJOURNMENT:

Being no further discussion, Matthies moved, seconded by Buethe, to adjourn the meeting. By a unanimous oral vote, Chairman Wear declared the meeting adjourned at 11:33 p.m.

 

Respectfully Submitted,

Sarpy County Planning Commission
Alan Wear, Chairman
Cindy Gilbert, Recording Secretary