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Planning Commission Meeting at 7:30 pm https://us02web.zoom.us/j/8680530417?pwd=Sm1XSGdRZEZPbVJjYlBSY3Q2STczUT09 – Meeting ID: 868 053 0417 – Password: BTWP610

05 August 2020

BUFFALO TOWNSHIP PLANNING COMMISSION VIA VIDEO CONFERENCE – AGENDA – AUGUST 5, 2020

1 – CALL THE AUGUST 5 , 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 JULY 1, 2020 REGULAR

      MONTHLY MEETING OF THE BUFFALO TOWNSHIP PLANNING

      COMMISSION, AS RECORDED

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LAND DEVELOPMENT

REHAK/CAMERLO PLAN LOT LINE REVISION

Graff Surveying LLC is submitting a proposal for D. Rehak, S. Camerlo and L. Sherry.  They are proposing to revise two existing tax parcels totaling 40.77 acres.  Parcel number S4-D5 was 30.5 acres and will convey 26.64 acres to parcel S4-G, making the revised acreage 3.86 acres with an existing dwelling.  Parcel number S4-G was originally 10.27 acres and will be 36.91 acres after the conveyance.

Rec’d              Application

Rec’d              Filing Fee

Rec’d              Copies of Plan

BCPC Comments

Rec’d              Municipal Authority Comments

Bankson Engineer Comments


HOLBEIN, INC. – SELF-SERVICE STORAGE FACILITY – SOUTH PIKE ROAD – PRELIMINARY SITE PLAN

Tabled on July 1, 2020.  Remove from table.  Gateway Engineers is submitting a proposal for the Holbein, Inc. property located on the south side of South Pike Road (SR 356) on Parcel 040-1F77-5FC in Buffalo Township, Butler County in the Business Zoning District/Access Management Overlay District (B1/B2) on 14.54 acres of Land.  The property is being developed as a Self-Service Storage Facility which permits the storage of contactor supplies.  The site slopes gradually toward a stream that bisects the property.  The stream divides the property into two separate buildable areas.  Stormwater runoff generally flows overland through the property to the stream which is an unnamed tributary to Little Buffalo Creek.  Stormwater will be managed via two infiltration/stormwater management detention facilities.  The site currently consists of previously graded areas and other undisturbed land.  The proposed use of the property will not require utilities at this time.  There are no endangered species, mine subsidence areas, oil or gas wells, or flood ways on the site.

 

Rec’d              Application

Rec’d              Filing Fee

Rec’d              Copies of Plan

Rec’d               Stormwater Management Plan

Rec’d              Municipal Authority Comments

Rec’d              Bankson Engineer Comments

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OAK CREEK FARMS – PARKER ROAD – PRELIMINARY SITE PLAN/CONDITIONAL USE/SUBDIVISION

Tabled on July 1, 2020.  Remove from table.  Gateway Engineers is submitting a proposal for F & H Property Development, LLC proposed Oak Creek Farms Development located on the south side of South Pike Road (SR 356) on Parcels 040-1F77-8B in Buffalo Township, Butler County in the Single Family Residential District (R-1) on 28.8 acres of land.  The property is part of the remnant parcel from the Twin Oaks PRD currently being developed.  The Oak Creek Farms site is being developed as a Planned Residential Development (PRD) having 44 lots.  Each lot will be an average of 1/3 acre and the PRD will include approximately 10.5 acres of undeveloped open space.  The site slopes gradually generally to the south, with the highest point of the property being the tie in to the north at the Twin Oaks Development.  Stormwater runoff currently flows overland through the property and ultimately reaches an unnamed tributary to Little Buffalo Creek.  Stormwater will be managed via two proposed infiltration/stormwater management detention facilities.  The site currently consists of the previously graded areas and other undisturbed land.  All lots will be serviced by public water and public sanitary sewer systems owned and operated by Buffalo Township Municipal Authority running along or within the property.  There are no endangered species, mine subsidence areas, oil or gas wells, or documented flood ways on the site.

Rec’d              Applications

Rec’d              Filing Fees

Rec’d              Copies of Plans

Rec’d              Stormwater Management Plans

Rec’d              Municipal Authority Comments

Rec’d              Bankson Engineer Comments

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