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Planning Commission Meeting at 7:30 pm

05 February 2020

BUFFALO TOWNSHIP PLANNING COMMISSION – AGENDA – FEBRUARY 5, 2020

1 – CALL THE FEBRUARY 5TH, 2020 MEETING OF THE BUFFALO TOWNSHIP PLANNING

      COMMISSION MEETING TO ORDER

 2 – PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

 3 – THIS MEETING IS BEING RECORDED, IF ANYONE IS TAPING THIS MEETING, PLEASE STATE

      YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS

 4 – ROLL CALL

 5 – APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES FOR THE JANUARY 2, 2019 REORGANIZATION/REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING OF THE BUFFALO TOWNSHIP PLANNING COMMISSION, AS RECORDED

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LAND DEVELOPMENT

 4-D MOBIL HOME VILLAGE PLAN REVISION NO. 2 – 617 PARKER ROAD – LOT LINE REVISION

The proposed lot line is between an existing residential lot and 4-D Mobil Home Village.  Both parcels are owned by James R. & Diane F. Lee.  The Mobile Home Parcel has access via easements from both Parker Road and Eastown Road, and the existing residential parcel fronts on Parker Road.  The proposed lot line revision would convey approximately 0.8± acres from 4-D Mobil Home Village to the residential lot.  No new lots will be created.  Public sewage is currently available to both lots.

Rec’d                     Application

Rec’d                     Filing Fee

Rec’d                     5 Copies of Plan

Rec’d                     Butler County Planning Commission Comments

Rec’d                     Municipal Authority of Buffalo Township Comments

Rec’d                     Bankson Engineer Comments

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J.P. KOVALCIK PLAN – CHESTERFIELD DRIVE – LOT LINE REVISION/CONSOLIDATION

Jarid & Lindsey Kovalcik are proposing to consolidate lot 2 which is 0.781± acres & lot 3 which is 0.758± acres of the Rummel Plan along Chesterfield Drive.  They are proposing to consolidate these two lots making one lot totaling 1.539± acres.  Public water and sewage are available to this property.

Rec’d                     Application

Rec’d                     Filing Fee

Rec’d                     5 Copies of Plan

Rec’d                     Butler County Planning Commission Comments

Rec’d                     Municipal Authority of Buffalo Townships Comments

Rec’d                     Bankson Engineer Comments

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NESSELROAD – 229 HOWES RUN ROAD – CONDITIONAL USE

Perry & Christine Nesselroad are proposing a Conditional Use of an existing single-family residence on property located at 229 Howes Run Road.  The property is a total of 1.30± acres and is currently zoned B-2, Central Business District and is in the A-2 Access Management Overlay.   The purpose of this Conditional Use is to allow a single-family residence in a B-2, Business District.  The property is presently not being used.  The proposed use would be their primary residence.

Rec’d                     Application

Rec’d                     Filing Fee

Rec’d                     Legal Description of Property

Rec’d                     Map/Maps showing location of property

Rec’d                     List of property owners within 300’

Rec’d                     Municipal Authority of Buffalo Township Comments

Rec’d                     Bankson Engineer Comments

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TWIN OAKS PRD NO. 1 PHASE 2 – REVISED FINAL SITE/SUBDIVISION PLAN

Lennon, Smith, Souleret Engineering Inc. is submitting the proposed Twin Oaks PRD No. 1 Phase 2 Revised Final Site/Subdivision Plan located on 44 acres on the eastern side of Hepler Road in Buffalo Township, Butler County, PA.  The Tentative PRD approval was granted in 2016 for 98 single-family homes (AKA Rolling Ridge).  In 2017, Phase One was granted Final approval and construction was initiated.  The Tentative Approval called for 37 lots in Phase One, 21 lots in Phase 2 and 40 lots in Phase 3.  Due to the rate of lot sales, the developer will be constructing the original Phase Three as the new Phase Two.  The prior Phase Two will now become Phase 3.  The basic layout of the lots and number of lots for Phase 2 formally Phase 3 has not changed.  The PRD Site Data Chart has been updated with the new phasing. The cumulative density and percentage of open space still falls in the allowable PRD standards.

Rec’d                     Application:  From previous submission that was denied August 14, 2019

Rec’d                     Filing Fee:  From previous submission that was denied August 14, 2019

Rec’d                     5 Copies of the Plan (Revised Plan)

Fee In Lieu of

Rec’d                     Butler County Planning Commission Comments:  From previous submission that was denied August 14, 2019

Rec’d                     Municipal Authority of Buffalo Township Comments

Rec’d                     Bankson Engineer Comments

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NEW BUSINESS

  1. DISCUSSION REGARDING THE SCHEDULING OF DATES FOR WORKSHOPS.

 

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Rhonda Sue Swartz

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