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Kendall Ford ExpansionCERTIFICATE OF ZONING COMPLIANCE DATE: TO. FROM: SUBJECT: OWNER: September 20, 2013 Kendall Ford of Meridian Bill Parsons, Associate City Planner Kendall Ford Expansion — CZC-13-114 and DES -13-111 Chetwood Properties, LP DESCRIPTION OF APPLICANT'S REQUEST TX1 AT 4,. h The applicant requests certificate of zoning compliance (CZC) and administrative design review (DES) to construct a new 8,657 square foot addition (24.9% building expansion) to the existing 34,651 square foot vehicle sales facility. The scope of work for the site includes several new curb cuts, a new segment of paving along the south boundary and several landscape modifications. The site is 6.77 acres in size, zoned C -G (General Retail and Service Commercial District). Per Table 11-213-2, vehicle sales facility is a principally permitted use in the C -G zone subject to specific use standards. The subject property is located at 250 E. Overland Road. DECISION The applicant's request for CZC and DES is approved with the conditions listed in this report. Note: This is not a building permit Please contact Building Services at (208) 887-2211 to verify if you need a building permit and/m• inspection. Ifyou need a building permit, you must complete that process before you commence the use or construction. As part of the application submittal, you must provide these plans in PDF format and hardcopy as specified in the Building Services "Plan Intake Checklist" Please contact Building Services for additional details about buildingpetvnits and inspections. Site Specific Conditions of Approval 1. All ground level mechanical equipment shall be screened to the height of the unit as viewed from the property line and/or all rooftop mechanical equipment shall be screened as viewed from the farthest edge of the adjoining right of way in accord with UDC 11-3A-19A.1e. 2. Any existing signs on the site that do not conform to UDC 11-31) are subject to the non- conforming standards set forth in UDC 11-113-6. The amount of alterations and/or enlargements shall be cumulative over time. 3. 100 Watt and 250 Watt, high-pressure sodium street lights shall be required on all public roadways per the City of Meridian Improvement Standards for Street Lighting. All street lights shall be installed at developer's expense. Final design shall be submitted as part of the development plan set for approval. Applicant shall also include the location of any existing street lights in the development plan set. Street lighting is required at intersections, corners, cul-de-sacs, and at a spacing that does not exceed that outlined in the Standards. The contractor's work and materials shall conform to the ISPWC and the City of Meridian Supplemental Specifications to the ISPWC. Conditions Docuimnt Kendall Ford CZC and DES 4. The applicant shall construct all proposed fencing and/or any fencing required by the UDC, consistent with the standards as set forth in UDC 11-3A-7 and 11 -3A -6B. 5. The applicant shall comply with the access to street standards in accord with UDC 11-3A-3. 6. The civil plan prepared by Quadrant Consulting hic., dated 09/18/13, labeled Sheet C-3, is approved with no changes. 7. The landscape plan prepared by Jensen Belts, dated 09/16/13, labeled Sheet Ll.l and L1.2, are approved with the following continents: • All existing landscaping adjacent to the construction zone must remain protected during construction on the site, • Protect any existing trees on the subject property that are greater than four -inch caliper and/or mitigate for the loss of such trees as set forth in UDC 11-3B-10. Vehicle display is prohibited in the required landscape buffers in accord with UDC 11- 3B -7C.6. 8. The building elevations prepared by Straightline Architects, dated 08/28/13, labeled Sheet A5.1, A5.2 and A5.3 are approved (stamped "approved" on 09/20/13 by the City of Meridian Planning Division) with no changes. 9. Upon installation of the landscaping and prior to inspection by the Planning Division, the applicant shall provide a written certificate of completion as set forth in UDC 11 -3B -14A, 10. The approved site plan, landscape plan and building elevations shall not be altered without prior written approval by the City of Meridian Planning Division, Process Conditions of Approval 1. No signs are approved with this application. Prior to installing any signs on the property, the applicant shall submit a sign permit application consistent with the standards in UDC Title 11 Chapter 3 Article D and receive approval for such signs. 2. The applicant shall complete all improvements related to public life, safety, and health as set forth in UDC 11 -5C -3B. A surety agreement may be accepted for other improvements in accord with UDC 11 -5C -3C, 3. The applicant shall complete all required improvements prior to issuance of a Certificate of Occupancy. It is unlawful to use or occupy any building or structure until the Building Official has issued a Certificate of Occupancy. Ongoing Conditions of Approval 1. The applicant and/or assigns shall have the continuing obligation to provide irrigation that meets the standards as set forth in UDC 11-3B-6 and to install and maintain all landscaping as set forth in UDC 11-3B-5, UDC 11-3B-13 and UDC 11-3B-14. 2. The project is subject to all current City of Meridian ordinances and any applicable conditions of approval associated with this site. 3. The issuance of this CZC does not release the applicant from any previous requirements of the other permits issued for the site (PBA -12-008 and Meridian Ford CUP in 1994), Conditions Document 2 Kendall Ford CZC and DES 4. The applicant and/or property owner shall have an ongoing obligation to prune all trees to a minimum height of six feet above the ground or sidewalk surface to afford greater visibility of the area. 5. The applicant shall comply with the outdoor lighting provisions as set forth in UDC 11-3A-11. 6. The applicant and/or property owner shall have an ongoing obligation to maintain all landscaping and constructed features within the clear vision triangle consistent with the standards in UDC 1I - 3A -3B. 7. The applicant and/or assigns shall have the continuing obligation to meet the specific use standards for the approved vehicle sales use as set forth in UDC 11-4-3-38. 8. The applicant shall comply with the outdoor storage as an accessory use standards as set forth in UDC 11-3A-14. CITY COUNCIL REVIEW The applicant or a party of record may request City Council review of a decision of the Director. All requests for review shall be filed in writing with the Planning Department on or before October 5, 2013, within fifteen (15) days after the written decision is issued, and contain the information listed in UDC 11- 5A -6B. If City Council review of the decision is not requested, the action of the Director represents a final decision on a land use application. You have the right to request a regulatory taking analysis under Idaho Code 67-8003. EXPIRATION Certificates of Zoning Compliance issued in conjunction with a proposed use shall expire if said use has not commenced within one year of the date of issuance of the Certificate of Zoning Compliance. Certificates of Zoning Compliance issued in conjunction with construction or alteration of a structure shall expire if said construction or alteration has not commenced within one year of the date of issuance of the Certificate of Zoning Compliance. The administrative design review (DES) shall be exercised with the approval period of the underlying permit (CZC) or the approval shall expire. In accord with the above provisions, the subject Certificate of Zoning Compliance and Design Review is valid until September 20, 2014. 1 *3111:31 A. Vicinity Map B. Site Plan (dated: 09/18/13) C. Landscape Plan (dated: 09/16/13) D. Building Elevations (dated: 08/28/13) Conditions Docwnent 3 Kendall Ford CZC and DES A. Vicinity Map Conditions Document 4 Kendall Ford CZC and DES R Site Plan (dated: 08/28/13) wi Conditions Document 5 Kendall Ford CZC and DES • y t i L 4 Yf it 1 tit. nF 15Kv, 1 + f gz If) t, tip 1 C-3 Conditions Document 5 Kendall Ford CZC and DES C. Landscape Plan (dated: 08/29/13) N 'M GOWPLiE tin iii'. fYtr SII[ f11 OF. iy Ilium 9! ;IJ1.11 HIM F, I g, —IF - - .,? 1-MM6APE 6AL,A,1-A1IMS UAYFVIW...... I Af it. 7,1 K01 I F. 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J OdSELEI.TIOAIS Prototype Ford Exterior Finish Schedule VII M 200 Conditions Document 8 Kendall Ford CZC and DES g t rete; p3" Sa Planning Department CERTIFICATE OF ZONING COMPLIANCE Application Checklist Project name: KENDALL FORD OF MERIDIAN -ADDITION & RENOVATION FIle : G&-d3^�f Applicantlagent: Stralghtline Architects, Scott Marshall, AIA - NCARB All applications are required to contain one copy of the following unless otherwise noted: Applicant Staff Description X Completed & signed Administrative Review Application i,/ Narrative fully describing the proposed use of the property, including the following: X ➢ Information on any previous approvals or requirements for the requested use (i.e., applicable conditions of approval or Development Agreement) Ls X Recorded warranty deed for the subject Property. Affidavit of Legal Interest signed & notarized by the property owner (if owner is a corporation, X submit a copy of the Articles of Incorporation or other evidence to show that the person signing is an authorized agent.) Written confirmation that a traffic impact study or change of use is not required and/or has X been submitted for review to ACRD. Please contact Mindy Wallace at 387-6178 or Christy Little at 387-6144 for more information. X Scaled vicinity rnap showing the location of the subject property X Civil Site/Dimension Plan - I full size co (folded to 8 t/z" x 11" size)-"` A pbotometric test report for any light fixture(s) with a maximum output of 1,800 lumens X or more (see UDC 11-3A-11) X Copy of the recorded plat the property lies within (8 r/z" x 11") X Address verification letter from Development Services (887-2211) `-:.- Site Plan—*1 copy (folded to 8 IA" x 11" size). X The following items must be shown on the siteplan:`� • Date, scale, north arrow, and project name (scalenot less than 1"=50') • Dimensions • Names, addresses, and telephone numbers of the developer and the person and/or firm pre arin the plan _ • Parking stalls and drive aisles • Detail of bicycle parking facilities • Trash enclosures) location • Detail of trash enclosure (must be screened on 3 sides) • Location and specifications for underground irrigation (Pressurized irrigation can only be waived if you prove no water rights exist to subject property) • Sidewalks or pathways (proposed and existing) • Location of proposed building on lot (include dimensions to property lines) • Fencing (proposed and existing) • Calculations table including the following: ➢ Number of parking stalls required & provided (specify handicap & compact stalls) ➢ Number of bicycle stalls required & provided ➢ Building size (sq. ft.) ➢ Lot size (sq. R.) D Setbacks D Zoning district X • Reduction of the site plan (8'/s" x 11") >: X Landscape plan - *1 copy (folded to 8 r/z" x 11" size),.. " " Plant mast have a scale no smaller than I = 50'(1 = 20' is preferred) and be on a standard 33 E. Broadway Avenue, Suite 102 • Meridian, Idaho 83642 Phone: (208) 884-5533 • Facsimile: (208) 888-6854 0 Website: www.meridiancity.org 33 E. Broadway Avenue, Suite 102 • Meridian, Idaho 83642 Phone: (208) 884-5533 • Facsimile: (208) 888-6854 • Website: www.meridiancity.org (Rev. 02/082013) drawing sheet, not to exceed 36" x 48" (24"x 36" is preferred). A plait which cannot be drawn in its entirely on a single sheet must be drawn with appropriate nnttch lines on nvo or store sheets. The following items must be included on the landscapeplan: • Date, scale, north arrow, and project name • Dimensions • Names, addresses, and telephone numbers of the developer and the person and/or firm preparing the plan • Stamp/signature of a landscape architect, landscape designer, or qualified nurseryman preparing the plan • Existing natural features such as canals, creeks, drains, ponds, wetlands, floodplains, high groundwater areas, and rock outcroppings • Location, size, and species of all existing trees on site with trunks 4 inches or greater in diameter, measured 6 inches above the ground. Indicate whether the tree will be retained or removed • A statement of how existing healthy trees proposed to be retained will be protected from damage during construction • Existing and/or structures, planting areas, light poles, power poles, walls, fences, berms, parking and loading areas, vehicular drives, trash areas, sidewalks, pathways, fire hydrants, stormwater detention meas, signs, street furniture, and other man-made elements • Existing and proposed contours for all areas steeper than 20% slope. Berms shall be shown with one -foot contours • Sight Triangles as defined in 11-3A-5 of this ordinance • Location and labels for all proposed plants, including trees, shrubs, and groundcovers (trees must notbe planted in City water or sewer easements or within five feet of fire hydrants). Scale shown for plant materials shall reflect approximate mature size • A plant list that shows the plant symbol, quantity, botanical name, common name, minimum planting size and container, tree class (I, If, or III), and comments (for spacing, staking, and installation as appropriate) • Calculations of project components to demonstrate compliance with the requirements of this ordinance, including: ➢ Width of street buffers, lineal feet of street frontage, and number of street trees ➢ Residential subdivision trees ➢ Acreage and percentage dedicated for common open space ➢ Acreage and percentage dedicated for qualified open space D Number of trees provided on common lot(s) M ti ation for removal of existing trees • Planting and installation details as necessary to ensure conformance with all required standards • Design drawing(s) of all fencing proposed for screening purposes. Include height & material X Reduction of the landscape plan (8'/2' x 11") v X Building elevations showing construction materials — *1 co (folded to 8'/x" x 11" size) �r X Reduction of the elevations (8'/2" x 11") Electronic version of the site plan, landscape plan, & building elevations in pdf format X submitted on a disk with the files named with project name & plan type (i.e. site plan, Ian dsca a plan, elevations, etc.). We encourage you to submit at least one color version. NSA If applying for approval of a public school, provide additional information as required by the Public School Facility supplemental checklist per §67-6519 X Fee (If this project had prior approval on a site plan, reduced fees may apply) 33 E. Broadway Avenue, Suite 102 • Meridian, Idaho 83642 Phone: (208) 884-5533 • Facsimile: (208) 888-6854 • Website: www.meridiancity.org (Rev. 02/082013) i H ' /.7. f Description l Completed and signed Administrative Review Application (If also submitting a concurrent application for Conditional Use Permit, design review will R be processed along with that application. Therefore, air Administrative Review application is Planning Division DESIGN REVIEW ■ Application Checklist Project name: KENDALLFORDOFMERIDIAN- ADDITION&RENOVATION Concurrent File# Applicant/agent: Straightline Architects, Scott Marshall, AIA-NCARB All applications are required to contain one copy of the following: Applicant �) Description Staff, M Completed and signed Administrative Review Application (If also submitting a concurrent application for Conditional Use Permit, design review will R be processed along with that application. Therefore, air Administrative Review application is not necessary in this case; just check the Design Review box on Commission & Council Review Application and submit the information below.) Completed Design Manual Compliance Checklists (B. Urban Design Guidelines; X C. Urban/Suburban Design Guidelines; D. Suburban Design Guidelines; E. Residential Design Guidelines) as applicable. Provide in a narrative letter, how the proposal addresses guidelines contained in the Meridian Design Manual and UDC 11-3A-19: L Architectural Character: a. Facades. X b. Primary entrance(s). c. Roof lines. d. Pattern variations. - f. Mechanical equipment. 2. Materials. 3. Parking Lots 4. Pedestrian walkways and facilities. X A complete set of scaled plans including building elevations, with building materials, colors and textures specified and site plans. X Reductions of the elevations (8 y2" x 11") X Fee All requests fav design review approval must meet the procedures set forth in UDC 11-5 and the criteria set forth in the "Meridian Design Manual", as applicable. APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BEACCEPTED UNLESS ALL APPLICABLE ITEMS ON THE CHECKLISTARE SUBMITTED. 33 E. Broadway Avenue, Suite 102 • Meridian, Idaho 83642 Phone: (208) 884-5533 • Facsimile: (208) 888-6854 • Website: www.meridiancity.org (Rev. 02/082013) Planning Department s DESIGN REVIEW Design Manual Compliance Project name: KENDALL FORD OF MERIDIAN - ADDITION & RENOVATION Filet Z` Applicant/agent: STRAIGHTLINE ARCHITECTS -SCOTT MARSHALL, AIA-NCARB See con-esponding item in the Design Manual for fill text. 2 Insert comments or explanations relevant to the projects compliance or non-conphance. 3 Incorporating this guideline rnap help offset non-compliance with other guidelines. 33 E. Broadway Ave. • Meridian, Idaho 83642 Phone: (208) 884-5533 • Facsimile: (208) 888-6854 • Website: www.meridiancity.org 1-25-2010) 1.0 Site Character.'- Objective: To encourage integrated, functional, and attractive transitional developments that strengthen identity within the City and support urban and mixed-use areas. Y N NIAJ Design Guidelines[ Comments2 Staff ; C-1.1.3.1. Developments should establish an X appropriate and compatible transitional development... C-1.1.3.1.1. Develop a master plan for large-scale, X phased, and multiple -site proposals to demonstrate... C-1.1.3.1.2. Where appropriate, coordinate with adjacent X uses and residential areas, including single -project... C-1.1.3.1.3. Avoid piecemeal and fragmented X development that detracts from the establishment... C-1.1.3.1.4. Reduce and mitigate the impacts from X proposed developments on adjacent sites as... C-1.1.3.1.5. Mixed-use, large-scale, and multiple -site X developments should integrate public space within... C-1.1.3.2. Anticipate the addition of future transit X systems to the transportation network and plan for... C-1.1.3.2.1. Coordinate routes, placement of facilities, X and infrastructure improvements with the appropriate... C-1.1.3.3.3 Where possible, incorporate and enhance X significant natural features as site amenities and/or... C-1.1.3.4. Appropriately address the critical issues of X site layout that influence development character... 5 s . Objectives: To promote the interconnectivity, of the community and reduce the impacts that vehicle access points impose on roadways and the physical and visual character of developments. See con-esponding item in the Design Manual for fill text. 2 Insert comments or explanations relevant to the projects compliance or non-conphance. 3 Incorporating this guideline rnap help offset non-compliance with other guidelines. 33 E. Broadway Ave. • Meridian, Idaho 83642 Phone: (208) 884-5533 • Facsimile: (208) 888-6854 • Website: www.meridiancity.org 1-25-2010) Y N N/A Design Guidelines CommentsZ Staff x N/A Design Guidelines C-1.2.3.1. Limit direct vehicular access off major Staff X C-1.3.2.1. Locate buildings to establish an appropriate roadways, including highways, principal arterials... development character that enhances the... C-1.2.3.1.1. Coordinate and combine access points x C-1.3.2.1.1. Bring buildings up close to roadways to with adjacent sites and uses to reduce or eliminate... establish a street presence and orient primary... C-1.2.3.1.2. Provide site ingress/egress from secondary x C-1.3.2.1.2. Limit the distance from buildings to roadways for sites adjacent to major roadways. roadways and the distance between buildings... feature, not a bad one. C-1.2.3.1.3. Where secondary roadways cannot be X C-1.3.2.1.3. Large-scale and multibuilding x provided, coordinate and combine access points to... developments may place buildings away from... C-1.2.3.1.4. Multiple -site and large-scale developments X should limit ingress/egress points and establish... C-1.2.3.1.5. Use shared access points, secondary x roadways, or internal circulation to access corner sites. C-1.2.3.2. Provide pedestrian and vehicular x connections that link adjacent uses and circulation... C-1.2.3.2.1. Where possible, coordinate and align x ingress/egress points, cross access, and internal... x C-1.2.3.2.2. Unrestricted access points and roadways used for site entry should align across primary... C-1.2.3.2.3? Multiple pedestrian routes should x converge on public and open spaces, such as transit... C-1.2.3.3. Establish internal site circulation as an X interconnected network of walkways, pathways... C-1.2.3.4. Plan for access and connectivity to future x transit facilities, including, but not limited to... C-1.2.3.4.1. Coordinate with the appropriate agencies X and organizations to ensure the successful... x C-1.2.3.4.2.3 Provide adequate pedestrian connections from public spaces, building entries, and parking... ® 1 1 Objectives: To ensure that site organization, including, but not limited to, the placement and orientation of buildings, structures, and public spaces, as well as the location and layout of service and parking areas, promotes an integrated built environment that establishes an appropriate development character. Y N N/A Design Guidelines CommentsZ Staff X C-1.3.2.1. Locate buildings to establish an appropriate development character that enhances the... X C-1.3.2.1.1. Bring buildings up close to roadways to Its a car lot, the building in the back establish a street presence and orient primary... of the lot is key for sales & business growth. In this case, cars are a good X C-1.3.2.1.2. Limit the distance from buildings to roadways and the distance between buildings... feature, not a bad one. X C-1.3.2.1.3. Large-scale and multibuilding developments may place buildings away from... r See corresponding item in the Design Manzwl for fidl test. Z Insert cotmnents or explanations relevant to the projects compliance or non-coinphance. e Incorporating this guideline map help offset non-compliance with other guidelines. 33 E. Broadway Ave. • Meridian, Idaho 83642 Phone: (208) 884-5533 • Facsimile: (208) 888-6854 • Website: www.meridimcity.org 'Y. N IN/Al Design Guidelines' :Comments,-.. Staff: X C-1.3.2.1.4.3 Use buildings that incorporate articulated fayades and architectural elements to anchor site,.. X C-1.3.2.2. Provide clearly defined building entries and connect them to roadways, pedestrian walkways... X C-1.3.2.2.1. Primary building entries should face roadways, pedestrian environments, or adjacent... C-1.3.2.2.2. Large-scale buildings should provide x entrances on at least two different building fagades... X C-1.3.2.3'Strategically locate public spaces and site amenities, such as common open space, transit... X C-1.3.2.3.1. Organize buildings around public space and site amenities to establish destinations that... C-1.3.2:3.2.3 Use building fagades, enhanced x streetscapes, or other appropriate enhancements to... X C-1.3.2.3.3. Orient public spaces and site amenities toward roadways adjacent to building entries... X C-1.3.2.3.4.3 Spaces designed for courtyards, outdoor seating, dining areas, or other suchspacesshould... C-1.3.2.4. Locate parking toward the interior of the site x and integrate parking areas to establish an attractive... C-1.3.2.4.1. Place parking areas away from site x corners, primarily to the rear and/or side of buildings... X C-1.3.2.4.2. Use a parking strategy to minimize the land area devoted to vehicular parking; include... - X C-1.3.2.4.3. Distribute parking into smaller areas around, between, and behind structures to shorten the... - X C-1.3.2.5. Where possible, coordinate the placement of public spaces, site amenities, parking areas, and/or... C-1.3.2.6. Locate site services, building utilities, and x mechanical equipment to enhance the attractiveness... C-1.3.2.6.1. Place and orient service and loading areas, x mechanical equipment, and utilities away from... C-1.3.2.6.2. Where possible, place service and loading x areas behind buildings and provide access from... x C-1.3.2.6.3. Coordinate the placement of freestanding site services and mechanical equipment to eliminate... X C-1.3.2.6.4. Place utility lines underground and away from planting zones whenever possible. - .11 f: Si r u Objective; See corresponding iters in the Design Manual forfidl test. 2 Insert comments or explanations relevant to the projects compliance or non-compliance. 3 Incur porating this guideline may help offset non-compliance with other guidelines. 33 E. Broadway Ave. • Meridian, Idaho 83642 Phone: (208) 884-5533 • Facsimile: (208) 888-6854 • Website: www.meridiaticity.org To incorporate parking as an integrated element of the built environment and address issues that influence the physical and visual characteristics of parking areas, such as the appropriate location for parking, size of parking areas, paving materials, landscaping, and screening. Y IN N/A I Design Guidelines Commentsz Staff C-1.4.3.1. Parking areas should establish an X appropriate circulation pattern for pedestrians and... C-1.4.3.1.1. Coordinate vehicular and pedestrian X circulation patterns to delineate pedestrian walkways... C-1.4.3.1.2. Provide pedestrian connections from X internal circulation to public spaces and adjacent... C-1.4.3.2. Design surface parking as an integrated and X attractive element of the built environment that... C-1.4.3.2.1. Break up parking areas into smaller, X separated modules and arrange parking to minimize... C-1.4.3.2.2. Reduce the depth of parking areas and X limit parking between building fagades and... C-1.4.3.2.3. The design and layout of internal site X parking should avoid long, unbroken parking bays... C-1.4.3.2.4. Use trees, landscaping, hardscapes, and X i architectural elements to provide shade, create... C-1.4.3.2.5? Shade pedestrian walkways and parking, X including stalls and drive aisles, with the appropriate... C-1.4.3.2.6.3 Screen parking with berms, landscaping, X walls, architectural elements, or a combination to... C-1.4.3.2.7. Distribute and integrate appropriately X scaled lighting to provide safe and adequately... C-1.4.3.3. Where appropriate, incorporate and arrange X on -street parking to produce traffic calming effects... C-1.4.3.3.1. Coordinate the use of on -street parking, X including the design and location, with the... C-1.4.3.3.2.3 Internal roadways are encouraged to use X on -street parking that is integrated with streetscapes... C-1.4.3.3.3.3 Where on -street parking is provided or X where vehicles are circulation is directed in front of... C-1.4.3.4.3 Structured parking facilities are encouraged X and should be designed to coordinate vehicular... To provide a variety of attractive, usable, and integrated public and open spaces that enhance development character, encourage pedestrian use, and contribute to community life and the positive experience of daily activities. Staff X C-1.5.3.1, Design public and open spaces as destinations within individual developments and... I See corresponding item in the Design Manual forfull text 2Insert comments or explanations relevant to the projects compliance or non-compliance. 3 Incorporating this guideline may help offset non-compliance with other guidelines. 33 E. Broadway Ave. • Meridian, Idaho 83642 Phone: (208) 884-5533 • Facsimile: (208) 888-6854 • Website: www.meridiancity.org Y: N X C-1.5.3.1.1. Provide appropriate types and sizes of Comments2 Staff N/Al Design Guidelines' Commen[s2 public and open spaces, including development... Y: N N/A Design Guidelines Comments2 Staff N/Al Design Guidelines' Commen[s2 C-1.5.3.1.2. Clearly delineate the edges of public X C-1.6.2.1. Use an organizational strategy for landscape spaces. Use building facades, materials, architectural... X plantings to promote aesthetic compositions that... C-1,5.3.1.3.3 Where appropriate, place public and open C-1.6.2.1.1:' Use formal planting arrangements, such X spaces adjacent or in close proximity to transit..., X as regular and linear intervals and geometric patterns... C-1.5.3.1.4. Design public spaces to provide visual X C-1.6.2.1.2 4 Use informal planting arrangements, such interest that enhances development character and... X as irregular intervals, random patterns, and... C-1.5.3.1.5. Where appropriate, use public and open C-1.6.2.2. Integrate landscaping as appropriate to X spaces as transitions between land uses to promote... X establish a consistent appearance and aesthetic... C-1.5.3.2. Incorporate pedesnian-oriented amenities C-1.6.2.2.1. Use appropriate classes of trees for urban X that promote various active and passive uses within... X environments and streetscapes. Consider height and... C-1.5.3.2.1. Use decorative pavers or other materials X suitable for hardscapes that endure well and add... C-1.5.3.2.2. Incorporate plantings, trees, and other plant X materials to add vertical texture and variety to public... C-1.5.3.2.3. Provide adequate seating that reflects the X nature of the intended activities. Use fixed seating... C-1.5.3.2.4.' Introduce public art as an integral part of " X the public realm. As appropriate, incorporate... C-1.5.3.2.5? Include decorative details and elements, X such as banners, flags, signs, and planters, which... C-1.5.3.2.6. Where appropriate, provide pedestrian - X scaled light fixtures that provide adequate lighting... C-1.5.3.3. Public and open spaces should maintain X pedestrian and user safety and provide secure... M-0LP w,'.n`� G77h..t Gb CCL1V0; To encourage the attractive and purposeful use of plants and other landscape materials that enhance development character, including public and open space, parking, required buffets, and pedestrian environments. Y N N/Al Design Guidelines' Commen[s2 j Staff C-1.6.2.1. Use an organizational strategy for landscape X plantings to promote aesthetic compositions that... C-1.6.2.1.1:' Use formal planting arrangements, such X as regular and linear intervals and geometric patterns... C-1.6.2.1.2 4 Use informal planting arrangements, such X as irregular intervals, random patterns, and... C-1.6.2.2. Integrate landscaping as appropriate to X establish a consistent appearance and aesthetic... C-1.6.2.2.1. Use appropriate classes of trees for urban X environments and streetscapes. Consider height and... ' See corresponding item in the Design Manuaiforfull test. 2 Insert continents or explanations relevant to the projects compliance or non-compliance. 3 Incorporating this guideline may help offset non-compliance with other guidelines. 4 Appropriately use fomwl and/or informal planting arrangements to meet the guideline. 33 E. Broadway Ave. • Meridian, Idaho 83642 Phone: (208) 884-5533 • Facsimile: (208) 888-6854 0 Website: www.meridiancity.org Y X C-1.6.2.2.2.3 Landscaping should encourage the Design Guidelines' Comments' Staff N/A appropriate and attractive use of xeric, drought... Comments C-1.6.2.2.3. Incorporate various plants and non - Y N N/Al Design Guidelines' Comments' Staff N/A Design Guidelinese Comments C-1.6.2.2.3. Incorporate various plants and non - X C-2.1.3.1. Building designs should appropriately vegetative materials that provide groundcover and... X address building scale, mass, and form, and the use... C-1.6.2.2.4.3 Use planters and planting arrangements X that feature seasonal plants, flowers, and ornamental... X including, but not limited to, composition, order... C-1.6.2.3.' Where appropriate or advantageous to X C-2.1.3.3. Design building fagades that express promote pedestrian activity, integrate streetscape... X architectural character and incorporate the use of... C4.6.2.4. Where possible, development should X C-2.1.3.3.1. Design all appropriate sides of buildings, coordinate landscaping with adjacent properties to... X 2.0 Architectural Character e 6 Objective: To encourage visually aesthetic building designs that promote quality architectural character and establish built environments that are compatible with existing, planned, and/or anticipated adjacent land uses. Y N N/A Design Guidelinese Comments Staff C-2.1.3.1. Building designs should appropriately X address building scale, mass, and form, and the use... C-2.1.3,2. Use fundamental design principles, X including, but not limited to, composition, order... C-2.1.3.3. Design building fagades that express X architectural character and incorporate the use of... C-2.1.3.3.1. Design all appropriate sides of buildings, X including fagades that face public roadways, public... C-2.1.3.4. Building design should enhance public and X opens spaces, articulate aesthetic character, and... C-2.1.3.4.1. Design buildings to enhance the X attractiveness and appeal of developments, define... C-2.1.3.4.2. Where appropriate, incorporate human and X pedestrian scale as integral components of the... C-2.1.3.5. Use building design and architecture to X promote mixed-use and denser developments as... C-2.1,35.1.5 Building designs are encouraged to use X vertically integrated structures and/or horizontal... I See corresponding item in the Design Manual fur full text 2 Insert comments or explanations relevant to the projects compliance or non-compliance. 3 Incorporating this guideline may help offset non-compliance with other guidelines. 5 Incorporating vertically integrated uses may help offset non-compliance with other guidelines. 33 E. Broadway Ave. • Meridian, Idaho 83642 Phone: (208) 884-5533 • Facsimile: (208) 888-6854 • Website: www.merldiancity.org To encourage building designs that appropriately use architectural and human scale to establish compatible physical and visual relationships with adjacent and surrounding developments and reinforce a cohesive architectural character. Y N N/A Design Guidelines' Comments Staff C-2.2.2.1. Proposed developments should use X proportion and scale to design buildings compatible... C-2.2.2.1.1. Infill, greenfield, and redevelopment X proposals should coordinate the placement... C-2.2.2.1.2. Large-scale and multibuilding X developments are encouraged to produce innovative... C-2.2.2.1.3. Where possible, group or incorporate X smaller uses along fagades that introduce modulation... C-2.2.2.2. Design and configure buildings to reduce X overwhelming and disproportioned architectural... C-2.2.2.2.1. Development should consider the scale of X surrounding buildings, including relationships to... C-2.2.2.2.2. Use variation in building form and X proximity to other buildings, including, but not... Where appropriate, establish a hierarchy of X building scales that transition from intense to less... C-2.2.2.2.4. Building scales along roadways and IC-2.2.2.2.3. X adjacent to or near urban areas of the community are... X C-2.2.2.3. Incorporate human scale on appropriate building fagades to support an aesthetic architectural... X C-2.2.2.3.1. Use human scale to emphasize fenestration patterns, architectural elements, proportion... C-2.2.2.3.2. Human scale is required at the ground or X street level at building entries, along roadways, and... liioim.30J,J,Gt 3 °„' Objective: To enhance the visual interest of building designs and promote quality architectural character. Y N N/Al Design Guidelines' -" - :Comments" :Staff. C-2.3.2.1. Articulate building forms, including, but not X limited to, massing, walls, and roofs, with... X C-2.3.2.1.1. Building fagades that face roadways, public spaces, and pedestrian environments should... X C-2.3.2.1.2. Design parking structures as integrated buildings that are compatible with surrounding uses... X C-2.3.2.1.3. Parking structures should incorporate modulations, architectural elements, details... X C-2.3.2.2. Incorporate visual and physical distinctions in the building design that enhance building forms... See corresponding Item in the Design Manual for full tent. 2 Insert commons or explanations relevant to die projects compliance or Iron -compliance. 33 E. Broadway Ave. • Meridian, Idaho 83642 Phone: (208) 884-5533 • Facsimile: (208) 888-6854 • Website: www.meridiancity.org I See corresponding item in the Design Manual for fill text. 2 Insert comments or explanations relevant to the projects conrphance or non-compliance. 3 Incorporating this guideline may help offset non-compliance ivith other guidelines. 33 E. Broadway Ave. • Meridian, Idaho 83642 Phone: (208) 884-5533 • Facsimile: (208) 888-6854 0 Website: www.meridimcity.org Objective: To integrate architectural elements and details as components of cohesive building designs that enhance the C-2.3.2.2.1. Use divisions, fenestration, architectural scale. Y N N/A Design Guidelines elements, details, accent materials, and human scale... Staff 1Y1X C-2.4.2.1. Use architectural elements and detailing, C-2.3.2.2.2. Where building designs incorporate H including, but not Hmited to, fenestration pattern... multiple stories, or equivalent building heights... N NIA Design Guidelines' Comments''Staff X )( elements using proportions, divisions, detailing... C-2.3.2.2.3. Use horizontal and vertical divisions in C-2.4.2.1.2. Provide architectural elements and wall planes to organize fenestration as integrated... X detailing that emphasize human scale throughout the... C-2.3.2.2.4. Design lower stories to visually anchor X C-2.4.2.1.3 3 Where appropriate, provide building buildings to the ground or street and appropriately... X overhangs or other similar features, such as canopies... C-2.3.2.2.5. Design the uppermost story or fagade wall X C-2.4.2.1.4.3 Integrate strategically located elements as planes to complete the building design. Use articulation... X focal points in building designs. Focal elements... C-2.3.2.2.6. Building designs within designated areas of X the Ten Mile Specific Area Plan are encouraged to use... C-2.3.2.3. Building designs should establish visual X connections that relate internal spaces at ground- or... C-23.2.3.1. Use architectural elements, such as doors and X windows, details, and materials to articulate building... C-2.3.2.3.2. Fagades at ground level should average 40 H percent transparency along roadways and adjacent to... C-2.3.2.4. Building designs should provide proportionally H taller ground -level fagades to accommodate various... C-2.3.2.5. Building roof types, forms, and elements X should provide variation and interest to building... C-2.3.2.5.1. Building designs should incorporate X appropriate roof forms with primary and secondary... C-2.3.2.5.2. Where appropriate, modulate and/or H articulate roof types, both flat and sloped, with roof... I See corresponding item in the Design Manual for fill text. 2 Insert comments or explanations relevant to the projects conrphance or non-compliance. 3 Incorporating this guideline may help offset non-compliance ivith other guidelines. 33 E. Broadway Ave. • Meridian, Idaho 83642 Phone: (208) 884-5533 • Facsimile: (208) 888-6854 0 Website: www.meridimcity.org Objective: To integrate architectural elements and details as components of cohesive building designs that enhance the visual interest of building fagades, support activity at and/or near ground level, and provide human and pedestrian scale. Y N N/A Design Guidelines Comments2 Staff C-2.4.2.1. Use architectural elements and detailing, H including, but not Hmited to, fenestration pattern... C-2.4.2.1.1. Design and articulate architectural X elements using proportions, divisions, detailing... C-2.4.2.1.2. Provide architectural elements and X detailing that emphasize human scale throughout the... C-2.4.2.1.3 3 Where appropriate, provide building X overhangs or other similar features, such as canopies... C-2.4.2.1.4.3 Integrate strategically located elements as X focal points in building designs. Focal elements... I See corresponding item in the Design Manual for fill text. 2 Insert comments or explanations relevant to the projects conrphance or non-compliance. 3 Incorporating this guideline may help offset non-compliance ivith other guidelines. 33 E. Broadway Ave. • Meridian, Idaho 83642 Phone: (208) 884-5533 • Facsimile: (208) 888-6854 0 Website: www.meridimcity.org X —TC -2.4.2.2Building designs should not create blank wall segments along roadways or adjacent to public space... X C-2.4.2.3. Organize and locate building service equipment, including, but not limited to, mechanical... Y N N/Al Design Guidelines' Comments2 `` Staff C-2.4.2.3.1. Use integrated architectural elements to X provide adequate screening and appropriately... C-2.4.2.3.2. Screen service equipment at ground level X from pedestrian and vehicular view to a minimum... .4.2.3.3. Screen service and building equipment that Xtached or ontop of structures from public view....4.2.3.4. ±isUse screening techniques, architectural Xents, and materials that are consistent with the... - 4,� Objective: - To encourage the use of quality materials that promote aesthetic building designs and appropriate contributions to the development of a timeless community character. Y N N/A Design Guidelines' Commentsz staff - X C-2.5.2.1. Buildings with fagades that face multiple roadways and/or public spaces should use consistent... _ X C-2.5.2.2. Use complementary material combinations that contribute to a cohesive building design... X C-2.5.2.2.1. Select combinations that emphasize a finished composition and enhance human scale for... C-2.5.2.2.2. Concrete masonry that provides texture, X interest, and detail may be appropriate for building... X C-2.5.2.2.3. Use well -detailed, proportioned, and durable materials that will weather and age gracefully... X C-2.5.2.2.4. Create interest and variety in fagade design to establish attractive architectural character and... X C-2.5.2.2.5. Provide pattern, texture, and detail in the building design and distinguish field materials from... X C-2.5.2.3. Where materials transition or terminate, provide detailing to express the natural appearance... X C-2.5.2.4. Use colors that complement the use of - building materials and support innovative and good... X C-2.5.2.4.1. The use of subtle, neutral, and natural tones for field materials should complement accent... C-2.5.2.4.2. The use of intensely bright and fluorescent X colors, as well as the widespread use of saturated... X C-2.5.2.4.3. Materials or colors with high reflectance, such as metal or reflective glazing, should be... tSLJI .+a ai..a s"MIr rt,Y. See corresponding itevn in the Design Manual forfidl text. Insert comments or explanations relevant to the projects compliance or non-compliance. 33 E. Broadway Ave. • Meridian, Idaho 83642 Phone: (208) 884-5533 • Facsimile: (208) 888-6854 • Website: www.meridimcity.org Objective: To encourage the use of signs and architectural lighting as integrated elements of building and site designs that contribute to the atmosphere of quality, aesthetic built environments. Y N N/A Design Guidelines[ Comments Staff N IN/Al Design Guidelines' C-2.6.3.1. Where appropriate, use lighting on building Staff X C-3.1.3.1. Orient industrial developments, including exteriors to promote safe pedestrian environments... X buildings, structures, and site elements, such as work... C-2.63.1.1. Coordinate lighting fixture spacing and X height along streetscapes and roadways to avoid... X for buildings and structures that are adjacent to... C-2.6.3.1.2.3 The use of architectural lighting is C-3.1.3.3. Use the placement and orientation of the encouraged to be energy-efficient and easily... building or structure to screen industrial activity... C-2.6.3.1.3. Lighting fixtures used on building X C-3.1.3.4. Maintain the required buffers adjacent to exteriors should be integrated with building design... X non-residential uses as indicated in the UDC... C-2.6.3.2. Signs should be integrated with architectural X elements and complement building designs and... C-2.6.3.2.1. Provide signs to identify individual X storefronts, buildings, and uses along roadways... C-2.6.3.2.2.3 Use corporate and business logos to identify developments and businesses along... C-2.6.3.2.3. Use appropriately scaled signs that X incorporate logos, minimize or eliminate the use of... C-2.6.3.2.4. Where buildings are brought up close to X roadways, pedestrian environments, and public... C-2.6.3.2.5.3Decorativeflags and banners should X promote the identity of place and enhance the... 3.0 Specific Criteria KEW91"MIe7f1 Objective: To promote the appropriate use of site layout, separation techniques, and architectural design guidelines to mitigate the adverse impacts that industrial uses impose on adjacent commercial, residential, and other non- industrial uses. Y N IN/Al Design Guidelines' Comments Staff C-3.1.3.1. Orient industrial developments, including X buildings, structures, and site elements, such as work... C-3.1.3.2. Provide an appropriate architectural design X for buildings and structures that are adjacent to... C-3.1.3.3. Use the placement and orientation of the building or structure to screen industrial activity... C-3.1.3.4. Maintain the required buffers adjacent to X non-residential uses as indicated in the UDC... I See corresponding item in the Design Manual for ftdl test. 2 Insert comments or explanations relevant to the projects compliance or non-compliance. 3 Incorporating this guideline nray help offset non-compliance with other guidelines. 33 B. Broadway Ave. • Meridian, Idaho 83642 Phone: (208) 884-5533 • Facsimile: (208) 888-6854 • Website: www.meridiancity.org {{✓l T }. (. F.g 4 y ..., ea.. vin r s Objective: _ To accommodate the adaptive reuse of the existing residence to a commercial use, while maintaining compatibility with the use(s) on adjoining properties. To ensure that such residential to commercial conversions are compatible with the existing character of the original residential use, while recognizing the need to modify the structure to meet commercial building code requirements. Y N NIA Design Guidelines '. Comments 2'' Staff -' X C-3.2.3.1. Developments that propose the conversion of residential to commercial within Old Town should... C-3.2.3.2. Residential to commercial conversions should use the guidelines from Section C. Design... C-3.2.3.3. Additions, restorations, and repairs should use similar building forms, materials, and details... C-3.2.3.4. Where there are site constraints that prevent a conversion from complying with the site character... See corresponding item in the Design Manual forfidl text. 2 Insert continents or explanations relevant to the projects compliance or non-compliance. 33 E. Broadway Ave. • Meridian, Idaho 83642 Phone: (208) 884-5533 9 Facsimile: (208) 888-6854 0 Website: www.meridiancity.org �wrT) T T A, ,t Planning Division ADMINISTRATIVE REVIEW APP ION Type of Review Requested (check all that apply) ❑ Accessory Use STAFF USE ONLY; J r , ❑ Alternative Compliance ® Certificate of Zoning Compliance File numbers) (7, z re - l • _ %% f — ❑ Certificate of Zoning Compliance Verification ❑ Conditional Use Permit Minor Modification X Design Review Project name ;fz t Yera•,r! --1'-kir>1liTa'/*'��'�,:--f ❑ Private Street :Date filed:: �. ...% Datecomplete: ❑ Property Boundary Adjustmentf7 ❑ Time Extension (Director) Assigned Planner �Z k�211-t,hr, ❑Vacation Relatedfiles ❑ Other )� Applicant Information Applicant name: Kendall Ford of Meridian Phone: 208-297-7951 Applicant address: 8854 W. Emerald St., Suite 260 Zip: 83704 E-mail: Applicant's interest in property: M Own ❑ Rent ❑ Optioned ❑ Other Owner name: Dave Blewett Phone: 208-297-7951 Fax: Owner address: 8854 W. Emerald St., Suite 260 Zip: 83704 E-mail: Agent name (e.g., architect, engineer, developer, representative): Scott Marshall, AIA-NCARS Firm name: Straightline Architects Phone: 208-991-0855 Fax: Address: 4521 South Cloverdale Road, Suite 102 Zip: 83709 E-mail: Scott@Straightline.biz Primary contact is: ❑ Applicant ❑ Owner N Agent ❑ Other Contact name: Dean Pape Phone. 208-830-7071 Fax: Contact address: 8854 W. Emerald St., Suite 260 Zip: 83704 E-mail: deanpape@kendallauto.com Subject Property Information Location/street address: 250 E. Overland Road, Meridian Idaho 83642 Assessor's parcel number(s): S1218336411 Township, range, section: 3N1E19 Total acreage: 6.768 acres Current land use: C -G Current zoning district: General Retail & Service Commercial District 33 E. Broadway Avenue, Suite 102 • Meridian, Idaho 83642 Phone: (208) 884-5533 • Facsimile: (208) 888-6854 • Website: www.meridimeity.org 1 (02/0820/3) ARCHITECTS AUGUST 3CP, 2013 DESIGN REVIEW NARRATIVE: Kendall Auto group will be conducting an extensive remodel & building addition to the Kendall Ford of Meridian automotive dealership. This remodel and building addition will conform to the Architectural Character, Color & Material intent of the City of Meridian Design Manual, as well as complement the existing building design & exterior built components. Some design considerations that were taken into account prior to and during design are as follows: - The buildings orientation is to the north facing the interstate thereby ignoring the site access from the south. It is of primary concern to configure the site work and building exterior renovation to not 'turn its back' from the customers. - The Building is owned by the same group as Kendall Ford of Meridian, and thus certain design similarities between the two buildings are desired. It is anticipated that the two buildings will eventually encompass a 'campus'feel, and therefore designing using like materials, elements, and architectural forms is very pertinent to its success. Due to the facility being a Ford dealership, design aspects are controlled and dictated by ForclLand (Ford's group of Architects & Designers whom create building design and material standards). The required coordination between Kendall Ford, Page 11 Straightline Architects, and Ford Land has taken place and the submitted design meets Ford Lands criteria for Dealership design and construction. - There is an existing pole mounted sign along the interstate which is comparable in size and height to the adjacent businesses. This sign does not comply with current City of Meridian sign ordinance. It has been paramount priority by Kendall Ford of Meridian that this sign be maintained due to the future expansion and enlargement of the Meridian Road overpass. During Design, careful consideration was taken as to not expand the buildings enclosed envelope past the 25% of existing building area threshold (which would result in sign modification). Building calculations areas follows: Existing Footprint = 34,681 sf. 25% allowable increase = 8,670 sf. Allowable maximum sf. = 43,351 sf. New building increase = 8,657 sf. New building footprint = 43,338 sf. - Sales of automobiles occur at this facility, and thus a certain pallet of materials is appropriate. Good architecture needs to say on the outside what is occurring on the inside. Architectural automotive vernacular should be imposed. Architecture with regulating lines both horizontally and vertically shows movement, just as we move. Careful placement of all building components plays on the need to be technical in design and function very much like our automobiles. This visual linkage is important to the success of the buildings function. STRAIGHTLINE ARCHITECTURE -4521 South Cloverdale Road, Suite 102 1 Bolse, Idaho 83709 1 208-991-0855 www.StraightlineArchitects.com ADA COUNTY RECORDER J. DAVID NAVAR 0 5 BOISE IDAHO 06109103 02:57 PM 11 / 1� DEPUTY BonnieOberbillig Ilf��� RECORDED— REQUEST OF III IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII II III REcaaolNc REQUESTED er AND Thornton Byron "rN SECONDED MAIL To: AMOUNT 15.00 10. 094632 (SPACE A50VE LINE FOR RECORDERS USE) FOR VALUE RECEIVED, LAWRENCE H. CHETWOOD and SHIRLEY S, CHETWOOD, husband and wife, Grantors, do hereby grant, bargain, sell and convey unto CHETWOOD PROPERTIES L.P., an Idaho limited partnership, whose current address is 9211 W. Pebble Brook Lane, Boise, Idaho 83703, Grantee, all of Grantors' interest in those certain parcels of real property located in Ada County, Idaho, more particularly described on Exhibit A attached hereto and made a part hereof by this reference. TOGETHER WITH all improvements, easements, hereditaments and appurtenances thereto, and subject to such rights, easements, covenants, restrictions and zoning regulations as appear of record or based upon the premises. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, Grantors have hereunto subscribed their names to this instrument effective the first day of January, 2003, GRANTORS: LAWRENCE H. CHETWOOD �HIRLEY S. CI TWOOD RE-RECORDED TO CORRECT LEGAL DESCRIPTION. 13ARGAIN AND SALE DEED - P. 1 ADA COUNTY RECORDER J. DAVID NAVARRO 4 rrloRNraN BraoN SLP BOISE IDAHOBonnieOber aia PM 1 101 W. RIVER STREET, SUITE 340 DEPUTY P.O. Box 7150 D -RE —REQUEST RECORDED—REDUESTOF 3 OFBOISE, 1D 83707-1 156 Thornton Bryon 208-344-8600 AMOUNT 12.00 tf13�T3y:='1'7 (SPACE A50VE LINE FOR RECORDERS USE) FOR VALUE RECEIVED, LAWRENCE H. CHETWOOD and SHIRLEY S, CHETWOOD, husband and wife, Grantors, do hereby grant, bargain, sell and convey unto CHETWOOD PROPERTIES L.P., an Idaho limited partnership, whose current address is 9211 W. Pebble Brook Lane, Boise, Idaho 83703, Grantee, all of Grantors' interest in those certain parcels of real property located in Ada County, Idaho, more particularly described on Exhibit A attached hereto and made a part hereof by this reference. TOGETHER WITH all improvements, easements, hereditaments and appurtenances thereto, and subject to such rights, easements, covenants, restrictions and zoning regulations as appear of record or based upon the premises. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, Grantors have hereunto subscribed their names to this instrument effective the first day of January, 2003, GRANTORS: LAWRENCE H. CHETWOOD �HIRLEY S. CI TWOOD RE-RECORDED TO CORRECT LEGAL DESCRIPTION. 13ARGAIN AND SALE DEED - P. 1 EXHIBIT A A parcel of land being a portion of the Southwest quarter of Section 18, Township 3 North, Range 1 East, Boise Meridian, in Ada County, Idaho, which parcel is more particularly described as follows COMMENCING at the Southwest corner of said Section 18; thence North 89043'32" East, 701.34 feet along the centerline of Overland Road to a point; thence North 00'45'10" East, 25.00 feet to a point, said point being the REAL POINT OF BEGINNING; thence North 00'45'10" East, 949.11 feet to a point of curve; thence along a curve to the right, said curve having a central angle of 12"40'46", a radius of 1844.86 feet, and a long chord bearing North 77"19'59" East, 407.43 feet to a point; thence South 00°44'58" West, 375.70 feet to a point of curve on Bonefish Drive; thence along a curve to the left, said curve having a central angle of 122°18'41", a radius of 50.00 feet and a long chord bearing North 60'24'28" West, 87.59 feet to a point of curve; thence along a curve to the left, said curve having a central angle of 122°18'42", a radius of 50.00 feet and a long chord bearing South 02°43'00" East, 87.59 feet to a point of curve; thence along a curve to the right, said curve having a central angle of 64"37'23", a radius of 20.00 feet and a long chord bearing South 31"33'44" East, 21.38 feet to a point; thence South 00°44'58" West, 122.70 feet to a point of curve; thence along a curve to the left, said curve having a central angle of 30"44'58", a radius of 210.00 feet and a long chord bearing South 14"37'31" East, 111.35 feet to a point; thence South 30`00'00" East 110.26 feet to a point of curve; thence along a curve to the right, said curve having a central angle of 30"44'58", a radius of 150.00 feet and a long chord bearing South 14°37'31" East, 79.54 feet to a point; thence South 00"44'58" West, 150.81 feet to a point of curve; thence along a curve to the right, said curve having a central angle of 88"58'34", a radius of 30.00 feet and a long chord bearing South 45"14'15" West, 42.05 feet to a point; thence South 89"43'32" West, 20.00 feet to a point; thence South 00`44'58" West, 15.00 feet to a point; thence South 89"43'32" West, 393.94 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING. EXCEPT road and ditch rights-of-way. BARGAIN AND SALE DEED - P, 3 STATE OF IDAHO COUNTY OF ADA I,Chetwood Properties L.P. 9211 W. Pebble Brook Lane (name) (address) Boise Idaho (city) (state) being first duly sworn upon, oath, depose and say: 1. That I am the record owner of the property described on the attached, and I grant my permission to: David E. Blewett ,8854 W. Emerald St, Suite 260, Boise, ID (name) (address) to submit the accompanying application(s) pertaining to that property. 2. I agree to indemnify, defend and hold the City of Meridian and its employees harmless from any claim or liability resulting from any dispute as to the statements contained herein or as to the ownership of the property which is the subject of the application. 3. 1 hereby grant permission to City of Meridian staff to enter the subject property for the purpose of site inspections related to processing said application(s). Dated this % day ofVirt 20/3 Nell (Signature) SUBSCRIBED AND SWORN to before me the day and year first above written. a� hq0 Spy l�pr `� i4 . `04 �.•eeega�e°b �m 'ad rJit, for Idaho) �Ot9Py q • Residing at .-- r' Ic a ) , = t t a -c , E-( l Ubl1c ) �wP cS'y' 1• ®®� My Commission Expires ot 33 E. Broadway Avenue, Suite 102 • Meridian, Idaho 83642 Phone: (208) 884-5533 • Facsimile: (208) 888-6854 e Website: wrvw.meridiancity.org (Rm 02108POI3) STATE OF IDAHO COUNTY OF ADA AFFIDAVIT OF LEGAL INTEREST (name) (address) (city) (state) being first duly sworn upon, oath, depose and say: That I am the record owner of the property described on the attached, and I grant my permission to: IA - (name) (address) t to submit the accompanying application(s) pertaining to that property. 2. I agree to indemnify, defend and hold the City of Meridian and its employees harmless from any claim or liability resulting from any dispute as to the statements contained herein or as to the ownership of the property which is the subject of the application. 3. I hereby grant permission to City of Meridian staff to enter the subject property for the purpose of site inspections related to processing said application(s). Dated this day of Lt k U 20� S, (Signature) SUBSCRIBED AND SWORN to before me the day and year first above written. (Notary Public for Idaho) FTSNOITLENJ©hYW9 _taryPblicResiding at:06 U Fffi ,1LA E i it , L .,DteofIdaho My Commission Expires: t, t i = 'i 33 E. Broadway Avenue, Suite 102 • Meridian, Idaho 83642 Phone: (208) 884-5533 • Facsimile: (208) 888-6854 • Website: www.meridiancity.org (Rett 02/08/2013) 8119/13 p G/-� r GC Straightline, PL -C Mall - Meridian Ford Traffic Impact study TRAHTi_'1 V - n:'7aufisn Meridian Ford Traffic Impact study Christy Little <Clittle@achdidaho.org> To: "Scott Marshall Sr." <scott@straightline.biz> No TIS is required with this submittal. Thanks, Christy From: Scott Marshall Sr.[ma ilto:scottr@straightline.Liz] Sent: Monday, August 19, 2013 11:31 AM To: Christy Little Subject: Meridian Ford Traffic Impact study Christy, Mon, Aug 19, 2013 at 11:35 AM As per our phone discussion, we will be doing a remodel / addition to the Kendall Ford of Meridian facility located at 250 Fast Overland road, meridian Idaho. This project requires a CZC which asks for a letter from ACRD stating that there is no Impact study required. Its my understanding (as you have informed me) that this is no longer a requirement of the City, however the plan intake person at the city of Meridian is still asking for it.... Im at a bit of a quandary.. Can you please reply to this email by stating no study is required so I can get my application in and processed. Thank You Scott A. Marshall, AIA - NCARB Principal - Straightline Architects 4521 South Cloverdale Road, Suite 102 Boise, Idaho 83709 208.991.02355 www.StraightlineArchitects.com hUps:/lmail.g oogle.conJmaiW101 i=2&ik-�4a31ad8fal&uev�pt&search=inbox&msg= 14097a53f87a7c98&dsgt=1 112 FEATURES OPTICAL SYSTEM • Reflector— Self -flanged, semi -specular or matte -diffuse reflector. Patented Bounding RayTR1 Optical Principle design (U.S. Patent No. 8,500,0501 provides lamp before lamp image and smooth transition from top of reflector to bottom. Minimum flange matches reflector finish. • Baffle/cone — Semi -specular clear upper reflector. Microgroove baffle with white painted flange or specular black cone with flange that matches cone finish. MECHANICAL SYSTEM • 16 -gauge galvanized steel mounting/plaster frame with friction support springs to retain optical system. Accommodates up to 7/ V thick ceiling standard. • 16 -gauge galavanized steel mounting bars with conituous 4' vertical adjustment are shipped pre-installed. Post installation adjustment possible withoutthe use of tools shove or below ceiling. • Galvanized steel junction boxwith hinged access covers and spring latch. Two combination 1/2"-3/4- andfour 1/2" knockouts for straight -through conduit runs. Capacity: 814 in, 4 out) No. 12 AWG conductors rated for 90•C. ELECTRICAL SYSTEM • Die-cast aluminum lampholder housing. • Medium -base porcelain socket with nickel -plated screw shell. Extended porcelain socket for "open fixture" rated lamps. • Prewired, encased -and -potted, 120/277V (pulse start) or 120/347V (probe -start) ballast tray module. Module can be attached before or after mounting of mounting/piaster frame. • Metal halide: 150W is standard with electronic ballast. • Thermally -activated insulation detector. LISTING • Fixtures are UL Listed for thru-branch wiring, Non -IC recessed mounting and damp locations. Listed and labeled to comply with Canadian Standards. Height Information Distribution Height AH BAR 9-3/16(23.3) AH BARN 10-i/B (25.6) Type Catalog number RM1 AH-100M-8AR-120 Open Reflector Metal Halide Lamp 9-3/16 (23.3) Aperture; 7-718(20.1) Ceiling opening: 8-718122.5) Overlap trim: 9-114 (23.5) (45.1) All dimensions are Magnetic Ballast Dimensions Shown. inches (centimeters) 20-1/4(51.4) HEB Dimensions L 16 (40.61 x W 1E-13/16140.2) ORDERING INFORMATION Example: AH 15OMHC BAR T73120 HEB Choosethe boldface catalog nomenclaturethat bestsuitsyourneedsandwrite itontheappropriateline.Orderaccessories a��se��paLLrate catalog numbers(shippedseparately). S Wattage Aperture pistribution Finish Lens type° Voltage Options /Lamp /Trim color AH Metal Halide BAR Clear (blank) Wide (blank) Semi- (blank) No lens 120 HEB Electronic ballast 5DM 8PR Pewter N Narrow 70M 8WTR Wheat 15OW 8M6' Black Color -Corrected baffle Metal Halide' BBC' Black 5OMHC cone MINING 8WB4 White 100MHC baffle 150MHM High Pressure Sodium 1505 specular CGL Safety 277 LD Matte- glass 3476 diffuse T73 Tempered prismatic lens Accessories use with coated lamps. Order as separate catal.a .umber. umplient. Only available with HEB ballast. SCAB Sloped ceiling adapter. Degree ofslope ;onslstent-color lamp. mustbe specified 1100 15D 20D 25D QRS' Quartz restrike s stem (uses 100W maximurq !�C base quartz lamp by others) QRSTD6 Quartz restrike s stem with time delay. Operates Nike QRS, except quartz lam remains on for two minutes aRer HID lamp restrikes. EC10 Emer ency circuit (DCsocket with Peads for connection to external emerggency power source; max. 100W lamp) SF Single foal TRW White pair TRBL Black pair GSKT Foam gall WLP With lamp LRCT P 'd flange separately) 4 Not available with finishes. 5 Required for use with enclosed rated lamps. I I I I 301)).Ex:SCA8100 mvi es Curl I96LIUIIILY wml Lithania Helms System. Lithonis 6 Natavailable with HER. CTA48YK Ceilingthicknessadapterlextends Reloc System can be Installed less this option with connectors 7 For compatible Reloc syystems, referto Technical Bulletinstab, Not (IRS ID EC. mountin framem accommodate ceiling g 9 provided 6y others; Access e available with or 9 Not available with QRS or EC, thicknessupto3-1/4"narrowdistribtniao above ceiling required. 16 Not available with QRS or ORSTO. and2-1/4standard) CP Chicago plenum othamCOTHAM ARCHITECTURAL aOWNLIGHTING 1400 Lester RoadCufiyprs Georgia AH 8OPEN DHID-220 nn�M<virynmkctnyaam/ afl00315494982 P7708600 3129 w .gothamlightingxom jWill 18" Wall Director®, Electronic -LED MM LIGHTING revision 7/30/12 • kim_wd18led_spec.pdf Type: wM1 Approvals: Job: Catalog number: WD18D3 / 120L 4K /PS / FWu,, Eleaft.l Module Finish Options See page 2 See pages 3-4 Date: Page: 1 of 5 t �s IIUY • WD18-LED 120 Light Emitting Diodes Total Max System Watts = 140W Maximum Weight -43 lbs. TOP �--- 18" (457z—) FRONT 7/z"�T (1905 mm) 73/4wl'A� 2 H� (196.9 4� (ia4,fi mm) Mounting Plate must be securely attached to wall outside the J -box perimeter. 69:2 1 61/V os66mm) to J -box center 4 Reflector Housing: One-piece die-cast, low copper (<0.6% Cu) aluminum alloy with integral cooling fins. Rotates against ballast housing to provide 10° of adjustment with degree markers cast into the housing. At 0° adjustment, lens is totally concealed from view above horizontal with fixture aimed downward. Ballast Housing: One-piece die-cast, low copper (<0.6% Cm aluminum alloy with integral cooling fins. Fastens to mounting plate with keyhole slots freeing both hands for securing and wiring. One stainless steel socket -head screw on each side of housing frees the reflector housing to rotate for aiming. Tightening the screws locks die two housings together with sealing provided by a silicone gasket. For visual aiming, adjustment may be accomplished with the fixture on. Lens Frame: One-piece die-cast, low copper (<0.6% Cu) aluminum alloy with integral hinges and stainless steel pins. Two stainless steel quarterturnfasteners secure lens frame to reflector housing with sealing provided by a one-piece extruded and vulcanized silicone gasket. Lens is clear flat 3/s" thick tempered glass sealed to lens frame with a silicone gasket and retainer clips. For UP models, lens is mounted flush with frame for water run off, and is silicone sealed. Electronic Module: All electrical components are UL and CSA recognized, mounted on a single plate and factory prewired with quick -disconnect plugs. Module includes a driver, thermal control device and surge protector.Electrical module attaches to housing with no -tool hinges and latches, accessible by opening the lens frame only. Driver is rated for -40°F starting and has a 0-10V dimming interfacefor multi-level illumination options. Optical Module: Each precision, replaceable MicroEmittef' is positioned to achieve directional control toward desired task. The entire EmitterDeck° fastens to the housing as a one-piece module. Mounting Plate: The standard mounting plate is attached to wall (by others) outside the junction box perimeter. All mounting plates are die-cast aluminum with reinforced ribs. Two studs are provided in each plate with flange nuts to allow fixture mounting by keyhole slots. Sealant must be applied (by others) between mounting plate and mounting surface to insure a dry junction box. Finish: Super TGIC thermoset polyester powder coat paint, 2.5 mil nominal thickness, applied over a titanated zirconium conversion coating; A.S.T.M. 2500 hour salt spray test endurance rating. Standard colors are Black, Dark Bronze, Light Gray, Stealth Grays, Platinum Silver, or White. Custom colors are available. Warranty: Kim Lighting warrants Wall Director LED products ("Product(s)") sold by Kim Lighting to be free from defects in material and workmanship for (1) a period of five (5) years for metal parts, (ii) a period of ten (10) years for exterior housing paint finish(s), (iii) a period of six (6) years for LED Light Engines (MicroEmitters) and, (iv) a period of five (5) years for LED Power components (LED Driver, LifeShield 6device, Surge Protector), from the date of sale of such goods to the buyer as specified in Kim Lighting shipment documents for each product. CAUTION: Fixtures must be grounded in accordance with national, state and/or local electrical codes. Failure to do so may result in serious personal injury. Listin sand Ratin s ELL to UL 1598' Standards IP66 Rated CE I 25°C Ambient 'Suitable for wet locations KIM LIGHTING RESERVES THE RIGHT TO CHANGE SPECIFICATIONS WITHOUT NOTICE. © 2012 KIM LIGHTING INC. • P.O. BOX 60080, CITY OF INDUSTRY, CA 91716-0080 • TEL: 626!966-5666 • FAX: 6261369-2695 5661610228 12223 mm) 11134^ 096 mm) �--- 18" (457z—) FRONT 7/z"�T (1905 mm) 73/4wl'A� 2 H� (196.9 4� (ia4,fi mm) Mounting Plate must be securely attached to wall outside the J -box perimeter. 69:2 1 61/V os66mm) to J -box center 4 Reflector Housing: One-piece die-cast, low copper (<0.6% Cu) aluminum alloy with integral cooling fins. Rotates against ballast housing to provide 10° of adjustment with degree markers cast into the housing. At 0° adjustment, lens is totally concealed from view above horizontal with fixture aimed downward. Ballast Housing: One-piece die-cast, low copper (<0.6% Cm aluminum alloy with integral cooling fins. Fastens to mounting plate with keyhole slots freeing both hands for securing and wiring. One stainless steel socket -head screw on each side of housing frees the reflector housing to rotate for aiming. Tightening the screws locks die two housings together with sealing provided by a silicone gasket. For visual aiming, adjustment may be accomplished with the fixture on. Lens Frame: One-piece die-cast, low copper (<0.6% Cu) aluminum alloy with integral hinges and stainless steel pins. Two stainless steel quarterturnfasteners secure lens frame to reflector housing with sealing provided by a one-piece extruded and vulcanized silicone gasket. Lens is clear flat 3/s" thick tempered glass sealed to lens frame with a silicone gasket and retainer clips. For UP models, lens is mounted flush with frame for water run off, and is silicone sealed. Electronic Module: All electrical components are UL and CSA recognized, mounted on a single plate and factory prewired with quick -disconnect plugs. Module includes a driver, thermal control device and surge protector.Electrical module attaches to housing with no -tool hinges and latches, accessible by opening the lens frame only. Driver is rated for -40°F starting and has a 0-10V dimming interfacefor multi-level illumination options. Optical Module: Each precision, replaceable MicroEmittef' is positioned to achieve directional control toward desired task. The entire EmitterDeck° fastens to the housing as a one-piece module. Mounting Plate: The standard mounting plate is attached to wall (by others) outside the junction box perimeter. All mounting plates are die-cast aluminum with reinforced ribs. Two studs are provided in each plate with flange nuts to allow fixture mounting by keyhole slots. Sealant must be applied (by others) between mounting plate and mounting surface to insure a dry junction box. Finish: Super TGIC thermoset polyester powder coat paint, 2.5 mil nominal thickness, applied over a titanated zirconium conversion coating; A.S.T.M. 2500 hour salt spray test endurance rating. Standard colors are Black, Dark Bronze, Light Gray, Stealth Grays, Platinum Silver, or White. Custom colors are available. Warranty: Kim Lighting warrants Wall Director LED products ("Product(s)") sold by Kim Lighting to be free from defects in material and workmanship for (1) a period of five (5) years for metal parts, (ii) a period of ten (10) years for exterior housing paint finish(s), (iii) a period of six (6) years for LED Light Engines (MicroEmitters) and, (iv) a period of five (5) years for LED Power components (LED Driver, LifeShield 6device, Surge Protector), from the date of sale of such goods to the buyer as specified in Kim Lighting shipment documents for each product. CAUTION: Fixtures must be grounded in accordance with national, state and/or local electrical codes. Failure to do so may result in serious personal injury. Listin sand Ratin s ELL to UL 1598' Standards IP66 Rated CE I 25°C Ambient 'Suitable for wet locations KIM LIGHTING RESERVES THE RIGHT TO CHANGE SPECIFICATIONS WITHOUT NOTICE. © 2012 KIM LIGHTING INC. • P.O. BOX 60080, CITY OF INDUSTRY, CA 91716-0080 • TEL: 626!966-5666 • FAX: 6261369-2695 5661610228 Type: WM1 Job: I 18" Wall Director, Electronic -LED revision 7/30/12 • kim_wdl Page: 3 of 5 Photocell Control Factory installed inside housing with fully gasketed Cat. No. (see right) sensor on side wall. ❑ No Option Cat. No. Line Volts: Cat. No. Line Volts: ❑ A-30 120V ❑ A-33 277V po Photocell ❑ A-31 208V ❑ A-34 480V Control ❑ A-32 240V ❑ A-35 347V 5° Shield Aluminum shield field -attached to lens frame. Maintains Cat. No. ❑ 5DS18 a horizontal cutoff fixture edge when the luminaire is ❑ No Option tilted 50. Finished to match the fixture. Lexan® Enclosure: Cat. No. ❑ LS ❑ No Option For DOWN fixture models only. Clear convex vacumm formed Lexan® enclosure with gasket replaces standard tempered glass lens. 25OW max. May be used with 40OW LIPS only in outdoor locations where ambient air temperature during fixture operation will not exceed 85°F. NOTE: Use only when vandalism is anticipated to be high. Useful life is limited by UV discoloration from sunlight and MH lamps. A program of regular inspection and periodic replacement is highly recommended to maintain optimum fixture performance. Wire Guard11 ga. (.12" dia.) BB Wire, (.75" sq. welded mesh Cat. No. L] WG18 pattern.) 15"x 141/2x 11/2° deep. Finish is super TG IC ❑ No Option thermoset polyester powder coat paint, over zinc plated wireform. Finished to match the fixture. NOTE: Only available with flat lens applications 5° Shield Wire Guard 0 2012 KIM LIGHTING INC. -P.O. BOX 60080, CITY OF INDUSTRY, CA 91716-0080 -TEL: 6261968-5666 -FAX: 626/369-2695 5661610228 4 Ir W 1 18" Wall Director, Electronic -LED revision 7/30/12 e kim_wd18led_spec.pdf Type: Job: Page: 5 of 5 NOTES: 1. Lumen loss stablization is a result of Kim Lighting's MicroEmitter'no luminaires exclusive LifeShieldT"' Protection System and Dual Heat Management. 2. The LifeShieldu4 Protection System will lower the current to the LEDs significantly if the luminaire is exposed to direct heat (sun) or excessive abnormal conditions. 3. Luminaire Lumen Loss assumptions are based on LM -80 results and an actual outdoor product testing based upon 5100K CCI', 35OmA drive current. 25'0770F tab ambient and cathode temperature at 85°01850F. Assumptions past 6,000 hours are interpolated. 4. Cathode temperature baseline is at 85°0185"F. If cathode temperature increases during ambient changes and abnormal environment conditions, % of rated lumens will slightly decrease. 5. Outdoor ambient temperatures are assumed SITU average by geographic region. 6. As Solid State Lighting technology and thermal management systems continually advance, lumen loss projections are subject to improvement. L"men Performance Charts b 110 loo 90 80 70 60 so 40 30 20 120 nt * eo L-70 Luminaire Lumen Loss by Hours of Operation Hours of Operation 10000 20000 30000 40000 S0001 60000 70000 00000 90000 100000 Outdoor Temperature at I0'C/50'F. Temperature is based on continual average, annual assumptions. Outdoor Temperature at 40'C/I04'F. Temperature is based on continual average, annual assumptions. Luminaire Output at Outdoor Ambient Temperatures 701 1 -20'C •10-C 0°C 10'C 20'C 25-C 30'C WC 40'C 45-C 50`C WC 60'C 63-C 70-C -44P Wle 32-F S07 68T 7797 86T 122°F 95'F 104-F 122-F 132-F 140-P 149'F ISS -F 99 2010 KIM LIGHTING • P.O. BOX 60080, CITY OF INDUSTRY, CA 91716-0080 - TEL: 626/968-5666 • FAX: 626/369-2695 5661610228 t t t t t ' E Cc/ L[3 1 Stabilizes Output one E t to Exclusive L eld `y r yste Protection System F t o r r t 9 m d t x 1 701 1 -20'C •10-C 0°C 10'C 20'C 25-C 30'C WC 40'C 45-C 50`C WC 60'C 63-C 70-C -44P Wle 32-F S07 68T 7797 86T 122°F 95'F 104-F 122-F 132-F 140-P 149'F ISS -F 99 2010 KIM LIGHTING • P.O. BOX 60080, CITY OF INDUSTRY, CA 91716-0080 - TEL: 626/968-5666 • FAX: 626/369-2695 5661610228 fiE i _rMeridian City Hall, Suite 102 i 33 E. Broadway Avenue Meridian, Idaho 83642 Community Development 208.887.2211 Address Verification Date: 8/19/13 The address information below has been researched and verified as correct by the City of Meridian Community Development Department. Project Name: Kendall Ford Remodel/Expansion Address: 250 E. Overland Rd. Zip Code: 83642 Parcel Number: 51118336411 1) The address has been assigned based on available information. This address should be considered temporary. Final address to be assigned upon completion of development. 2) This address will be required to connect to municipal services per Meridian City Code 9-1-4. Municipal water is available for connection at this location. Municipal sanitary sewer is available for connection at this location. This property does not currently have municipal services available. 3) _X_ This is an existing structure that is currently connected to municipal services. ALL PLANS BEING SUBMITTED TO THE CITY OF MERIDIAN WILL BE REQUIRED TO CLEARLY REFLECT THE CORRECT ADDRESS AND SUITE NUMBER (IF APPLICABLE) AS REFLECTED ABOVE. Address Verification Rev: 04/23/12 dIF t V 419- A yJ " T-1 ON Y A. . . . . . . dIF t V 419- KENDALL OF MERIDIAN Applicalm yJ " ON 4 KENDALL OF MERIDIAN Applicalm I i I , IL C I is OP [y 3 I I 1 I 1 I I I I I I I J `ISTRAIGHTLINEI ��Q Y� n. Z 1� L�i� FORD OF MERIDIANI .a °w. slal � , IKENDALL Qi odrgnt 1 37". 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