Tuesday, September 21, 2021, at 7:00 pm 

Pursuant to 52-4-6(2), UCA, notice is hereby given that the City Planning Commission of Monroe City, Sevier County, Utah, will hold a regular council meeting on the above date at the City Office, 10 N Main, commencing at 7:00 p.m. The agenda shall be as follows: (The order of business may be changed as time permits.) 

7:00 P.M. 

  1. Chairman Bart Lee conducting-Meeting called to order-Prayer-Roll call.

                The regular meeting of the Monroe City Planning Commission was called to order by Chairman Bart Lee at 7:00 p.m. Opening prayer was offered by Councilmember Cartwright.


Chairman Bart Lee 

Gordon Dickinson 

Bill Mecham 

Janet Cartwright 

Greg Northrup-Excused 

Paula Roberts-Excused 


Jordan Mills 

Trevor Call

2.         Consider a motion to approve the minutes of the meeting held July 20, 2021. 

Commissioner Mecham made a motion to approve the minutes with the stated corrections. Seconded by Commissioner Dickinson. All were in favor. Motion passes 3-0. 

3.         Citizen input – limit of 3 minutes per comment 

No citizens were present.  

4.         Consider additional development to the Monroe Canyon RV Park. Submitted by Jordan Mills.

Jordan Mills has an open corner on his property that is located out of the well head protection area that he would like to develop with cabin/silo rentals.  He would like to do 5 small silos and 5 small cabins. He is looking for preapproval from the planning commission to start on his project even though it isn’t going to happen immediately. Commissioner Lee asked that Jordan draw up where the cabins would be settled and how much space would be used for each rental.  Commissioner Lee also mentioned that the planning commission traded rv spots for cabin spots at another rv area. Jordan has 12 acres available where cabins can be located which gives him plenty of space for property setbacks and septic lines. The question was asked if the rentals will be long term. Jordan let the commissioners know that the cabins will be rented out yearlong but as short-term rentals only. Jordan expressed concerns about the septic system and asked if the health department tells him what to do or if the city tells him. He was informed the septic questions all have to go through the county health department. Jordan also told the commissioners that all the cabins/silos will have to be engineered and he is in the process of getting those approved. He will be back at a future meeting with a more set plan in place to present to the commissioners.  

5.            Discuss property development for 701 S Jones Rd. – Trevor Call 

Trevor is here looking to develop property that is located in the wellhead protection zone. The parcel sits in the wellhead protection zone 2 and 3 with a few acres completely out of the wellhead zone. After reviewing the proposed drawing that was presented to the commissioners, Commissioner Lee said he wasn’t sure there would be enough space to do the 6 units but to get the health department involved and see what they would permit as far as septic systems go. Commissioner Lee also mentioned that the units in zone 2 would not be permitted. Trevor is going to do a little more research and follow up with the planning commission after he visits with the health department. 

6.             Consider proposed amendment to commercial residential zone 

After reviewing the proposed change to the commercial residential zone, all commissioners were in favor. No changes were made from the previous meeting on what the commissioners want to see changed.

7.            Consider date for public hearing date to receive public comments on amendment to commercial residential zone.  

The planning commission agreed to hold a public hearing to receive public comments on the amendment to the commercial residential zone on October 19th, 2021.

8.            Update on Land Use Ordinance update project.  

Commissioner Lee gave the commissioners the little bit of update he had of the Land Use Ordinance project. He explained that the company doing the update is moving quickly and that there have already been two meetings to discuss updates to the ordinance. He also explained that there will be email updates for the commissioners to review and that they are welcome to give their comments on what they would like to see updated and or changed.  

9.            Adjournment 

Commissioner Mecham made a motion to adjourn at 7:46 p.m. Seconded by Commissioner Dickinson. All were in favor. Motion Passes 3-0. Meeting adjourned. 

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