TOWN OF CONCORD PLAN COMMISSION MINUTES
August 24, 2022
The meeting was called to order at 7:03 p.m. with Plan Commission members Jim Gilbert, Sally Williams, Lloyd Zastrow, Kim Miller, and Carole Hoffmeister present.
The meeting was opened with the Pledge of Allegiance.
Sally Williams stated that the meeting had been properly posted.
Kim Miller made a motion to approve the minutes from the July 27, 2022 meeting, second by Carole Hoffmeister. All approved. Motion passed.
Item 1: Charles Earhart requested review and approval of a preliminary CSM to create a 1-acre non-prime A-3 residential lot from a 32-acre A-1 parcel at N5071 Inlynd Dr. (parcel #006-0716-3544-000) This 32-acre A-1 parcel is part of a 40-acre A-1 parent parcel. Two non-prime lot splits have already been created from this 40-acre parent parcel by the original owner. While the county would allow 3 non-prime splits, the Town of Concord Comprehensive Plan only allows 2 non-prime splits per parent parcel. Therefore, the Town would consider this parcel frozen for further splits. Sally Williams made a motion to deny the lot split as it would violate the Town of Concord Comprehensive Plan, second by Jim Gilbert. All approved. Motion passed. Note: the proposal violates the Town of Concord Comprehensive Land Use Plan, Ch. 11.C. Zoning Restrictions:” The Town will allow a maximum of only two A-3 lots to be created on a non-prime parcel as opposed to the three-lot maximum allowed b the County.”
Item 2 Update on Comprehensive Plan: The Comprehensive Plan Steering Committee met with MSA planner Jason on Monday August 22 to review the final 4 chapters of the plan. Jason will have a complete draft of the plan available by this Friday, August 26 along with a document summarizing changes to the plan. The draft plan and change summary will be e-mailed to all Plan Commission members by August 26 and will be posted on the Town website for review. This will give the Plan Commission 60 days to review the plan before the October Plan Commission meeting. The Plan Commission can then act at the October meeting to recommend the updated Plan to the Town Board.
With no further business, Kim made a motion to adjourn, second by Sally. Meeting adjourned.
Respectfully submitted, Sally Williams, secretary