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City of Seward Legislative Hist
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<br />Sponsored by Staff <br /> <br />CITY OF SEWARD, ALASKA <br />PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION <br />RESOLUTION NO. 21::08 Substitute <br /> <br />A RESOLUTION OF THE SEWARD PLANNING AND ZONING <br />COMMISSION, EXTENDING THE CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT, ISSUED TO BRAD <br />SNOWDEN ON SEPTEMBER 4, 1996 FOR DEVELOPMENT AND OPERATION OF A <br />HOTEL ON ALASKA RAILROAD LEASE PROPERTY WITHIN THE SMALL BOAT <br />HARBOR, UNTIL NOVEMBE~ 1997 <br /> <br />WHEREAS, on September 4, 1996, the Planning & Zoning Commission issued an <br />amended conditional use permit to Brad Snowden for the development and operation of a hotel <br />on Alaska Railroad lease property in the Small Boat Harbor; and <br /> <br />WHEREAS, the Zoning Code stipulates that an approved conditional use permit lapses <br />six (6) months after approval if no building permit is procured or if the allowed use is not <br />initiated; and <br /> <br />WHEREAS, SCC ~ 15.10.320 (E) allows the Commission to grant time extensions not <br />to exceed six months each upon a finding that circumstances have not changed sufficiently to <br />warrant a reconsideration of the approval of the CUP; and <br /> <br />WHEREAS, to date a building permit has not been issued and the allowed use has not <br />been initiated; and <br /> <br />WHEREAS, on April 2, 1997, the Commission approved Resolution No. 97-04, granting <br />a one month extension of the permit until May 8, 1997 in order to allow time for the permittee <br />to provide the Commission with additional information; and <br /> <br />WHEREAS, in response to the Commission's request, Mr. Snowden submitted a letter <br />to the City on April 21, 1997 which stated the following: <br /> <br />1. Shield Paving and Metco have been contacted to pave the relocated Fourth Avenue <br />between May 7, and May 14, 1997; <br />2. The cable hazard on the property has been removed and the property will be fenced <br />within 30 days of completion of the road; <br />3. The city is in possession of the most current set of site and building elevation <br />plans; <br />4. Conditions are sufficiently similar to allow the P&Z Commission to grant an <br />extension to the CUP; and <br />
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