Re Protest Petition Forms Qualified List And Required Data ID: 603

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On Oct 11, 2018, at 2:39 PM, Melissa McChesney mmcchesney@parkvillemo.gov wrote:

Mr. Maki,

I am the City Clerk for the City of Parkville, Missouri. I will be present at Parkville City Hall on Monday, October 15, 2018, during regular business hours which are 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Melissa McChesney, MRCC
City Clerk | City of Parkville
8880 Clark Avenue | Parkville, MO 64152
816-741-xxxx | Fax: 816-741-xxxx

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From: Jason Maki jason@redacted.com
Sent: Thursday, October 11, 2018 12:26 PM
To: Melissa McChesney mmcchesney@parkvillemo.gov
Cc: Joe Parente JParente@parkvillemo.gov ; Alexander, Andrew AAlexander@redacted.com
Subject: Re: Protest petition forms, qualified list, and required data

Melissa,

On Monday October 15, 2018 we will be dropping off the complete and notarized protest petition forms for the proposed development plan and rezoning of the I-435 & HWY-45 area.

Per city codes Section 403.030, paragraph C & Section 403.040, paragraph D, part 2 we are to file them with the City Clerk, which we believe to be you.

Can you confirm you are the City Clerk and that you will be present on Monday October 15, 2018 to receive them between the posted office hours of 8 AM and 5 PM?

Thank you

Jason Maki


From: Joe Parente JParente@parkvillemo.gov
Date: Wednesday, October 10, 2018 at 2:01 PM
To: Jason Maki jason@redacted.com
Subject: RE: Protest petition forms, qualified list, and required data

The case number for each application is listed on the agenda.

The appeal form may be used for both the rezoning and the preliminary development plan approvals.

http://parkvillemo.gov/boards-commissions/planning-zoning-commission/agendas-minutes/


From: Jason Maki jason@redacted.com
Sent: Wednesday, October 10, 2018 1:58 PM
To: Joe Parente JParente@parkvillemo.gov
Cc: Alexander, Andrew AAlexander@redacted.com
Subject: Re: Protest petition forms, qualified list, and required data

Thank you Joe.

Two questions:

There is reference to the ``case# and ``proposed zoning in the file you shared. Where do we obtain that information for each of the four approved motions from last night (10/9/2018 hearing)? Those description seem to be city defined terms. See image below.

Does this form also apply to the Preliminary Development Plan petition process as well (Parkville Development code Section 403.040, paragraph D, part 2.)? I ask because the form references ``rezoning not ``Preliminary Development Plan

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JM


From: Joe Parente JParente@parkvillemo.gov
Date: Wednesday, October 10, 2018 at 1:30 PM
To: Jason Maki jason@redacted.com
Subject: RE: Protest petition forms, qualified list, and required data

Jason - attached is a list of property owners located within 185' that was compiled by the City staff at the time the public hearing notices required by Section 403.010 of the City Code were mailed on August 22, 2018. This information was previously provided in response to the Sunshine Law request dated September 7, 2018. Please note that the City does not maintain current ownership records for properties on an ongoing basis and, as a result, it has not been reviewed to determine if it reflects the current owners as of today's date. Also attached is the City's protest petition form which we believe is self-explanatory regarding the information to be provided.

Please let me know if you have further questions.

Joe Parente


From: Jason Maki jason@redacted.com
Sent: Wednesday, October 10, 2018 8:04 AM
To: Stephen Lachky SLachky@parkvillemo.gov
Cc: Joe Parente JParente@parkvillemo.gov ; Alexander, Andrew AAlexander@redacted.com
Subject: Protest petition forms, qualified list, and required data

Stephen,

Good morning. Can you please provide us the following?

The current 185' list for residents qualified to submit a protest petition for the motions approved by the PNZ last night.

The city's protest petition form that property owners need to fill out and submit for verification.

3. Any information needed to complete the forms completely and properly. Examples include the case #, proposed description or anything else the city requires for the documents to be recognized as valid.

See: Parkville Development code Section 403.030, paragraph C.

See: Parkville Development code Section 403.040, paragraph D, part 2.

Obviously, time is of the essence as we are now in the 15-day protest period so your prompt attention in the matter is appreciated.

Regards,

Jason Maki