VILLAGE OF UNADILLA
November 12, 2019
A Public Hearing of the Planning Commission of the Village of Unadilla, NE, was held at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, November 12, 2019 in the Library at the Community Center. Notice of said meeting was given by posting in the three following places within the village: Countryside Bank, Post Office, and Community Center message board, published in the Syracuse Journal-Democrat on November 1, 2019, published on www.UnadillaNebraska.com. on November 6th. Also posted at the properties of Bryan Subdivision and at the site of Cardinal Heights by Dwight Kastens on October 28, 2019. A copy of said notice was served to each member of the Planning Commission. Members present were Steve Vodicka, Rod Wellsandt, Matt Daharsh, Joseph Peterson and, Dan Anderson. Absent and not voting none. Visitors: Dan Crownover, Bob Brandt, Bob Bryan, Evan Wickersham, Village Engineer and Jerry Stilmock, Village Attorney.
The Meeting was called to order by President Steve Vodicka. He informed everyone where the Open Meetings Act poster was located.
NEW BUSINESS: Open Public Hearing
Vodicka opened the public hearing at 7:31
- Consideration for approval of Bryan Subdivision to the Village of Unadilla, a Subdivision of the East 187 feet of Lot 2, the North 6 feet of the East 120 feet of Lot 1 & the West 18 feet of the East 138 feet of Lot 1, Block 2, Swisher’s Addition to the Village of Unadilla, Otoe County, Nebraska. Posted at the site on October 28th by Dwight Kastens.
- Application for approval of final plat of Cardinal Heights Subdivision, legally described as a tract of land located in part of the NE ¼ of the SW ¼, Section 2, Township 8 North, Range 10 East of the 6thm., Otoe County, Nebraska.
- Consideration and recommendation to annex the following described real estate to be included within the boundaries of the village. Cardinal Heights Subdivision, legally described as a tract of land located in part of the NE ¼ of the SW ¼, Section 2, Township 8 North, Range 10 East of the 6thm., Otoe County, Nebraska. Posted at the site on October 28th by Dwight Kastens. This agenda item is postponed until December 2, 2019 at 7:00 pm at the Village Library.
Public comments: Village Engineer, Evan Wickersham discussed the final plat on Cardinal Heights that was received from E&A Consulting. He also reviewed the applications for the Final Plat and Waivers by Bob Brandt. Crownover addressed that there was a tube for water flow already in place that was missed by the consulting firm that did not need to be done. Wickersham agreed that since there was one already in place, and it was in good shape, there did not need to be a replacement for it.
As to agenda item 3 above, Peterson made a motion to continue agenda item 3 to December 2, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. at the Village Library, Daharsh seconded, and on a roll call vote: Anderson, yea, Daharsh, yea, Wellsandt, yea, and Peterson, yea. None voted nay, motion carried.
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Peterson made a motion to close the public hearing at 7:50 pm, seconded by Daharsh. Motion carried, Vodicka closed the Public Hearing.
Item 1. Above: Peterson made a motion to approve the recommendation of the Bryan Subdivision to the Village Board and to have President Vodicka sign the plat, Anderson seconded, and on a roll call vote: Anderson, yea, Daharsh, yea, Wellsandt, yea, and Peterson, yea. None voted nay, motion carried.
Item 2. Above: Anderson made a motion to approve the recommendation to the Village Board to approve the final plat of Cardinal Heights Subdivision, along with these five waivers: 1) To allow for a smaller diameter cul-de-sac, 2) to allow for a cul-de-sac longer than the maximum of 600 ft. 3) to allow for a street with granular surfacing as opposed to Portland cement concrete. 4) to allow for a 25’ wide, rural section street rather than the required 27’ wide street. 5) to eliminate the requirement for the construction of sidewalks. Daharsh seconded, with a roll call vote: Anderson, yea, Daharsh, yea, Wellsandt, yea and Peterson, yea. None voted nay, motion carried.
Peterson made a motion to adjourn the meeting at 7:55, seconded by Anderson.