Greenville revises use agreement for heliport
The city of Greenville Plan Commission met March 28 to modify the matrix use agreement for the city heliport.
The City of Greenville Plan Commission is located at 403rd St, Greenville, IL 62246.
Here's the meeting's agenda, as provided by the city:
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Monday, March 28, 2016
Call to Order
The meeting of the Plan Commission was called to order by Chairman Jack Chism at 7:00 p.m.
Present: Chairman Jack Chism, Members Judy Cox, Scott Spencer, Don Stover, Brad Turner, Chance Vohlken
Also Present: Code Enforcement/Building Inspector Joe Craver, City Manager Dave Willey, Jeff Leidel, WGEL, Bill
Review of Previous Minutes
The minutes of the August 24, 2015 Plan Commission meeting were reviewed. Moved by Spencer, seconded by Cox, to
approve the minutes.
Ayes : Chism, Cox, Spencer, Stover, Turner, Vohlken
Nays : None
? A request from AirEVAC EMS Inc. to change the Use Matrix, Table 153.0202(A), of the UDC to allow a Heliport to
be a Conditional Use in the CG Zoning District, and to apply for a Conditional Use Permit to conduct the heliport
operations at 2025 S Fourth St.
Chairman Chism opened the Public Hearing at 7:03 p.m. Code Enforcement Officer Joe Craver advised that this request
has been withdrawn by the applicant and no further action is required.
? A request from the City of Greenville to change Permitted and Conditional Uses in the Use Matrix, Table
153.0202(A), of the UDC in the categories of multifamily dwellings, restaurant with incidental consumption of
alcoholic beverages, automobile repair and service structures, car dealer, boat or marine craft dealer, car care
center, car washes, and services for elderly and disabled.
Craver explained the Use Matrix that was originally approved by the Plan Commission was inadvertently not included in
the Codified Unified Development Code. The Use Matrix reverted back to the template that was used, and therefore did
not include the changes that the previous Plan Commission Members had approved. This request is to correct the UDC
as it was written by the Plan Commission. After much discussion about the origins of this code, how the Use Matrix
works, and several of the categories and their uses, Spencer made a motion, with a second from Vohlken, to approve
the changes as requested by staff to correct the Unified Development Code as it was originally approved.
Ayes : Cox, Chism, Spencer, Stover, Turner, Vohlken
Nays : None
The next scheduled meeting is Monday, April 25, 2016.
Spencer made a motion to adjourn, and Cox seconded, and all voted in favor. The meeting adjourned at 7:40 p.m.