Norris Planning Minutes

September 6, 2016

 

Minutes of the Norris Planning Commission, held in the Council Room of the Norris Community Building, 20 Chestnut Drive

 

Members Present: Chairperson: Joy Wilson, Chris Mitchell, Jack Black, Ed Meyer, John Barker,

Matt Zorvan

 

Public Present: City Manager: Tim Hester, Ron Hill, Jim Tomlinson

 

I. Call to Order: Chairperson Joy Wilson called the meeting to order at 5:00 P.M.

 

II. Hear the Public: No Members of the public spoke

 

III. Minutes: August 2, 2015

 

With no questions or correction Chairperson Joy Wilson asked for a motion to approve as submitted. Matt Zorvan made the motion, Ed Meyer seconded, all voted unanimously to approve.

IV. New Business:

Signage Ordinance: Tim Hester gave an overview of current signage ordinance for zones P1 and S2 that do not have a signage verbiage that define limitations to signage that can be used.

 

After Discussion Motion Made "Recommendation to City Council that S2 Signage Ordinance match the S1 Signage Ordinance and that P1 Signage Ordinance Match the C2 Signage Ordinance for the Properties that Access Route 61 and all other P1 Properties to remain as is in regards to Signage Regulations including recommendations on electronic Signs. John Barker made the motion, Matt Zorvan seconded, all voted unanimously to Approve.

 

Food Trucks: Tim Hester was asked to approach Norris Planning Commission in regards to regulations for "Food Trucks". After discussion it was agreed to Table discussion to the October Meeting. Prior to the October meeting Chair Person Joy Wilson and John Barker have agreed to approach the local food establishments in Norris to let them know this topic will be discussed at the October Meeting and to get their opinions on the matter.

 

V. Old Business: No Old Business was on the agenda.

 

VI. Adjourn: With no further business brought forward Chairperson Joy Wilson asked for a motion to adjourn, Ed Meyer made a motion to Adjourn, Matt Zorvan seconded, all voted unanimously

 

Minutes presented by John Barker