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Planning Commission Regular Meeting 23-MAY-2022

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MEETING MINUTES – May 23, 2022

Mead Community Building, 220 E. Fourth St.

The Village of Mead Planning Commission met Monday, April 25, 2022, at 6:32 pm. The meeting was called to order by Chairman Levi Durnal with roll call.  Present were Levi Durnal, Robert Morin, James Hannan, Connie Schliffke, Jim Halbmaier and Wyatt Swartz.

Chairman states: “The Village of Mead makes available at least one current copy of the Open Meetings Act posted in the meeting room at a location accessible to members of the public. The Act is posted in the front entry of the Community Building.”

Connie motioned, and James seconded the motion to approve the agenda.  All members present agreed.

Jim motioned, and James seconded the motion to approve the minutes of the April 25 reular meetings.

SCHEDULED GUESTS: No Scheduled Guests.

UNSCHEDULED GUESTS: No Scheduled Guests.


The board discussed Ordinance No 793 – Planning Commission (The Board of Trustees has approved

reducing the Planning Commission to five members and one alternate. Presumably, the last member to take office will resume the role of alternate, from there on moving to the regular board when a position becomes available).

The board noted that the last member to take office holds officer position.  As such an different member of the board may need to be chosen as the new alternate.  

The board took no action in regard to Ordinance No 793.

The board reviewed and discussed Ordinance No. 794 Building Permits (The duties of the Zoning

Administrator will encompass approving building/demolition permits and recommendations to the

Planning Commission for Conditional Use Permits, Zoning, and Variances. The PC must meet

quarterly. Per State Statute 19-926. (At the current time we do not have a charge for small-lot

splits and per our attorney has strongly recommended that we issue Certificate of Occupancy on

residential properties).

The board determined that the ordinance in question potentially addressed multiple topics that may not belong grouped in a single ordnance. The board would like additional information and clarification regarding the ordinance before taking any action.

The board took no action in regard to Ordinance No 794.

At 7:012 pm the Chair called for adjournment.  Connie motioned, and James seconded.  All members present agreed.