Application materials are subject to change as applicants receive feedback on their proposals. County staff will attempt to keep the site as up-to-date as possible.
The next meeting of the Planning Commission will be Tuesday, December 1, 2020 at 7:00 p.m. in the Commission Chambers of the Administration Building: 201 S. Pearl Street, Paola, KS 66071.
The Planning Commission will consider the following proposals on December 1, 2020:
Public Hearing 20001-VAC: Petition to Vacate Setbacks/Easements
Consideration of a petition to vacate the drainage easements, the 75-foot setback from the right-of-way, and the 50-foot setback from the side yard and rear yard, as identified on Lot 3, and possibly Lots 1 and 2 of the Final Plat of Aiken Acres Subdivision; and to recognize the current effective floodplain locations rather than the outdated floodplain as shown on the Final Plat. The subject property is located at the northeast corner of K-68 Hwy and Coldwater Springs Rd, in the SW ¼ of Section 26, Township 16S, Range 25E, Wea Twp. Submitted by Russell and Katie Satrom, property owners of Lot 3, Aiken Acres.
Public Hearing 20003-Z: Rezone from Countryside (CS) to Commercial (C-2)
Consideration of an application to rezone approximately 9.13 acres from Countryside (CS) to Commercial (C-2), in accordance with Sections 8 and 22 of the Miami County, Kansas Zoning Regulations. The subject property, also known as Midway Drive-in, is addressed as 29591 W 327th St, and is located on the south side of 327th St, between Osawatomie Rd and Lookout Rd, in the NW ¼ of Section 36, Twp 17, Range 22, Valley Twp. Submitted by Woodys Entertainment, LLC, property owner of record.
Continued Discussion: 20001-TA: Zoning Regulation Amendments (Accessory Dwelling Units)
Consideration of draft amendments to the Zoning Regulations of Miami County, Kansas, pertaining to Accessory Dwelling Units. Affected regulations include Articles 2 (Definitions); 5 (Countryside); and 6 (Agricultural), and a provision may be made for Accessory Dwelling Units in Articles 4 (Planned Development); and 4A (Rural Residential). All of these districts allow single-family residential uses.