CITY OF RED WING
PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the City of Red Wing Advisory Planning Commission will hold a public hearing in the City Council Chambers at City Hall on Tuesday, February 19, 2019, at 7:00 p.m., to hear and make a recommendation on a
Conditional Use Permit (CUP) and Variance request by Keller-Baartman Properties III, LLC, 1489 Hay Creek Valley Road, to operate a Day Care Center at 469 12th Street. The applicant has a purchase agreement with the current property owner to acquire the property. The applicant intends to lease the property to Building Blocks Childcare and Learning Center, which will use the entire property for a Day Care Center with a maximum capacity of 175 children. The proposed use is located in the (R-2) Two Family Residential Zoning District, which allows a Day Care Center with the issuance of a CUP. The proposal also involves a Variance request to allow a 120 square foot freestanding sign on the property, specifically a two-side 6'x10' freestanding sign. Freestanding signs are normally limited to six square feet (12 square feet if two-sided) in the R-2 Zoning District for the proposed use.
Plat and Parcel Number: 55-040-0420; 55-040-0440; and 55-165-0030 Part of Lot 20, Auditor's Subdivision of Smith's Addition, and part of Lot 9 of G.F. Enz's Subdivision of a part of Block 6 of Spates and Co's Out Lots to Red Wing, all in the City of Red Wing, Goodhue County, Minnesota. More commonly known as 469 12th Street. Complete legal descriptions for the site may be obtained or viewed at the City of Red Wing Community Development Department, 419 Bush Street, Red Wing, Minnesota.
Written or oral comments to said CUP and Variance may be presented at this public hearing or filed with the City Clerk prior to this hearing. Each response will be duly considered and evaluated before any formal action is taken by the Planning Commission.
The applicant and the public will have the opportunity to present comments on the Advisory Planning Commission's recommendations at a City Council meeting. The purpose of allowing comments is to provide the applicant and the public with the opportunity to directly address the Council on the matter. The comment period cannot be used for the presentation of new information as all relevant
information needs to be provided to the Advisory Planning Commission at the public hearing. If new information is presented to the City Council that was not considered at the public hearing of the Advisory Planning Commission, the Council may vote to send the matter back to the Advisory Planning Commission. All comments will be kept to the customary 3-minute limit. The City Council meeting is scheduled for 6:00 p.m. on February 25, 2019.
Teri L. Swanson
City of Red Wing, Minnesota