PAYETTE COUNTY PLANNING AND ZONING

VIEWING AGENDA

July 12, 2022

11:30 a.m. NO HOST LUNCH @ ERIKA’S KITCHEN, PAYETTE                    208-739-9724

  1. Distribute packets for July 14, 2022 Public Hearings

       2, Ordinance amendments

       3. Viewing of properties

NEW BUSINESS:

Comprehensive Plan Change – Agricultural to Rural Residential - Application is made by David Hagans. Parcel is owned by Hagans Revocable Living Trust, 24074 Painted Horse Ct., Middleton, Canyon County, Idaho. Subject parcel is located east of 2615 Sand Hollow Road and south of 2560 Sand Hollow Road, Caldwell, Payette County, Idaho.

The subject parcel is described more specifically:

A portion of land identified as: Sec 12-T6N-R4W Tax 358 in S1/2SW, Boise Meridian, Caldwell, Payette County, Idaho.

Comprehensive Plan Change –Rural Residential to Commercial - Application is made by Jerry Dickerson, LLC. Parcel is owned by Kennedy Gustin & Associates, LLC, 2216 W. Clearview Ct., Eagle, Ada County, Idaho. Subject parcel is located on the south side of NW 1 Ave, east of 1805 NW 1 Ave and west of 1825 NW 1 Ave, Fruitland, Payette County, Idaho.

The subject parcel is described more specifically:

A portion of land identified as: Sec 03-T7N-R5W Tax 676 in SENE, Boise Meridian, Fruitland, Payette County, Idaho.

Amendment to Payette County Code 8-5-10: Transfer of Development RightsProposed amendment to add a new section F.(2) as follows:

  1. (1) Disqualification From Further Permits: Upon the transfer of a development right, the sending parcel shall be disqualified in perpetuity from receiving any further building rights. This disqualification shall not prohibit any landowner from later applying for a rezone and subdivision approval after fifty (50) years from the approval of any application to transfer a development right.

 (2) Any property that has transferred a development right as the sending parcel may be developed for agricultural purposes through a development agreement as described in Idaho Code 67-6511A and Payette County Ordinance 8-5-11, with the following additional restrictions and conditions:

  • The Development Agreement will only be approved on condition that the development is directly beneficial to local agricultural operations and that it furthers the goals of the TDR process in preserving agricultural ground.
  • The burden shall be on the applicant to show that the proposed development is consistent with the goal of preserving agricultural ground, and that the loss of agricultural ground is justified.
  • The application for a development agreement may be approved or denied based on the same standards identified in Payette County Ordinance 8-9-3.
  • The Development agreement shall be required even when the use does not require a rezone, but would otherwise be barred as the result from a transfer of a development right.

 

PAYETTE COUNTY PLANNING AND ZONING

PUBLIC HEARINGS - REGULAR MEETING

July 14, 2022

NEW BUSINESS: PUBLIC HEARINGS

7:00 P.M.

I-Comprehensive Plan Change – Agricultural to Rural Residential - Application is made by David Hagans. Parcel is owned by Hagans Revocable Living Trust, 24074 Painted Horse Ct., Middleton, Canyon County, Idaho. Subject parcel is located east of 2615 Sand Hollow Road and south of 2560 Sand Hollow Road, Caldwell, Payette County, Idaho.

The subject parcel is described more specifically:

A portion of land identified as: Sec 12-T6N-R4W Tax 358 in S1/2SW, Boise Meridian, Caldwell, Payette County, Idaho.

ACTION ITEM: Public hearing decision

7:15 P.M.

I-Comprehensive Plan Change –Rural Residential to Commercial - Application is made by Jerry Dickerson, LLC. Parcel is owned by Kennedy Gustin & Associates, LLC, 2216 W. Clearview Ct., Eagle, Ada County, Idaho. Subject parcel is located on the south side of NW 1 Ave, east of 1805 NW 1 Ave and west of 1825 NW 1 Ave, Fruitland, Payette County, Idaho.

The subject parcel is described more specifically:

A portion of land identified as: Sec 03-T7N-R5W Tax 676 in SENE, Boise Meridian, Fruitland, Payette County, Idaho.

ACTION ITEM: Public hearing decision

7:30 P.M.

I-Amendment to Payette County Code 8-5-10: Transfer of Development RightsProposed amendment to add a new section F.(2) as follows:

  1. (1) Disqualification From Further Permits: Upon the transfer of a development right, the sending parcel shall be disqualified in perpetuity from receiving any further building rights. This disqualification shall not prohibit any landowner from later applying for a rezone and subdivision approval after fifty (50) years from the approval of any application to transfer a development right.

(2) Any property that has transferred a development right as the sending parcel may be developed for agricultural purposes through a development agreement as described in Idaho Code 67-6511A and Payette County Ordinance 8-5-11, with the following additional restrictions and conditions:

  • The Development Agreement will only be approved on condition that the development is directly beneficial to local agricultural operations and that it furthers the goals of the TDR process in preserving agricultural ground.
  • The burden shall be on the applicant to show that the proposed development is consistent with the goal of preserving agricultural ground, and that the loss of agricultural ground is justified.
  • The application for a development agreement may be approved or denied based on the same standards identified in Payette County Ordinance 8-9-3.
  • The Development agreement shall be required even when the use does not require a rezone, but would otherwise be barred as the result from a transfer of a development right.

ACTION ITEM: Public hearing decision

OLD BUSINESS: None

Regular Meeting:

ACTION ITEM: Approval of minutes

OLD BUSINESS: (Action Items)

  1. Create Farm Labor Housing ordinance
  2. Amend Transfer of Development Right ordinance

OTHER:

  1. Administrative Reports
  2. August 18, 2022 public hearing applications
  3. Board approval of Goodwin Rezone

 

Any person needing special accommodations to participate in the above noticed meeting should contact the Planning and Zoning Administrator's office at the County Courthouse seven days prior to the meeting.