- Call to Order. The regular meeting of the Town of Sun Prairie Plan Commission was called to order at 7:05 p.m. The following members were present: Chairman Roger Fetterly, Jane Fiala, Dot Havens, Paul Stang, John Quimby and Doug Yelk. Excused: Al Meyer.
- Public Notice. Notice of the meeting was mailed to Plan Commission members and posted on the three Town bulletin boards on February 11, 2014.
- Approval of the minutes of previous meeting. Hearing no objections, minutes of the December 16, 2014 Plan Commission meeting were approved as submitted.
- Recess for comments by visitors: No public comments were presented.
- Consider and take action on a preliminary plan by David Bauer. Petitioner proposes to spot rezone 0.082 acres of a 0.92 acre parcel from R-1 Residential to C-2 Commercial to allow parking or storage of the owner’s motorhome weighing in excess of 12,000 lbs at 4688 Pierceville Road in Section 34, Town of Sun Prairie.
- Motion by Quimby/Fetterly to approve the Bauer preliminary plan. Motion carried 6-0-1.
- Reviewed a map of proposed changes to the Resource Protection Corridors in the Dane County Comprehensive Plan as recommended by the Dane County Comprehensive Plan Steering Committee. It was suggested that all of the landowners affected by the changes to the Resources Protection Corridors be notified of the proposed changes and that the map showing the proposed changes be posted on the Dane County website. (These suggestions were relayed to Brian Standing at Dane County Planning & Development. An information workshop on the topic will be scheduled for some time in March.)
- Reviewed minor building design changes to an existing building being converted to a Subway restaurant adjacent to the BP station in Section 33 and modifications to the entry at the Rice Grading Shop on CTH T in Section 20.
- Set Next Regular Meeting Date. The next regular meeting date of the Town of Sun Prairie Plan Commission is scheduled for March 17, 2014 at 7:00 p.m.
- Adjournment. The meeting adjourned at 8:30 p.m.
Respectfully submitted for the record.
Roger Fetterly, Chair