No. 10PL037 - Red Rock Meadows Subdivision

A request by Dream Design International, Inc. to consider an application for a Preliminary Plat for proposed Lots 14 thru 22 of Block 7 and Lots 14 thru 21 of Block 8 of Red Rock Meadows Subdivision, legally described as a portion of the NW1/4 of the NW1/4, Section 28, T1N, R7E, BHM, Rapid City, Pennington County, South Dakota, more generally described as being located at the northern terminus of Seminole Lane.


Staff recommends that the Preliminary Plat be continued to the August 16, 2010 City Council meeting as the stipulations of approval have not been met.

Planning Commission recommended that the Preliminary Plat be approved with stipulations:


Prior to Preliminary Plat approval by the City Council, a copy of the recorded drainage easement for the 36 inch storm sewer pipe located on an adjacent property shall be submitted for review and approval;


Prior to submittal of a Final Plat application, the applicant shall enter into an agreement with the City for the installation and maintenance of decorative street lights if utilized;


Prior to submittal of a Final Plat application, the lift station shall be accepted by the City;


Prior to submittal of a Final Plat application, the drainage issues located at the west end of Poppy Trail shall be addressed and the second lift of asphalt shall be installed on Poppy Trail;


Upon submittal of a Final Plat application, surety for any required subdivision improvements that have not been completed shall be posted and the subdivision inspection fees shall be paid;


Prior to the City’s acceptance of the public improvements, a warranty surety shall be submitted for review and approval as required; and,


The approved Preliminary Plat for which no grading, construction or other improvements have been initiated within 2 years of the date of approval of the plat shall be deemed as expired. However, the owner or applicant of the plat may, prior to the termination of the 2 year period, request a 1 year extension subject to approval by the City Council. 

VOTE: (10 to 0 with Braun, Christianson, Gregg, Kinniburgh, Landguth, Marchand, Popp, Rippentrop, Rolinger and Wyss voting yes and none voting no)