Snyderville Commission Meets Tomorrow To Discuss Mixed-Use Development On Bitner Road
The Snyderville Planning Commission takes up just a few items in their regular meeting on Tuesday. Primarily, a proposed mixed-use development on Bitner Road goes back to the Planning Commission, following some approvals from the County Council.
The Planning Commission meets starting at 4:30 pm at the Richins Services Building.
They will be looking again at Lincoln Station, a mixed-use project proposed for a four-acre parcel near the Bitner fire station.
The Snyderville Commission gave it a set of recommendations and approvals last May.
Earlier this month, the county council voted to rezone the parcel to Community Commercial. The applicant, Vince Criscione, is proposing to build over 5,100 square feet of commercial; and 76 residential units. Of those, 52 will be affordable or attainable housing.
The council also voted for a Development Agreement.
However, the planning staff said that, on review, they found the development plan varies from Snyderville Code in some areas, such as the front setback, parking, and building height.
The attorney’s office advised that techinally the Conditional Use Permit would have to be amended, and go back to the Snyderville Commisson for final approval. It is on the agenda for a public hearing and a possible vote.
Elsewhere on their agenda, they will consider Final Subdivision Plats for two parcels in the Canyons Resort Core.
They’re also being asked to amend two parcels in the Jeremy Ranch Plat 5 Subdivision, which will allow an easement to one of the lots for an improved driveway.