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Posted on: March 1, 2022

[ARCHIVED] Notice of Adoption Ordinance No 2203-04

NOTICE OF ADOPTION


1st Reading: February 8, 2022
2nd Reading: March 1, 2022
Date Adopted: March 1, 2022
Date Published: March 11, 2022
Effective Date: March 31, 2022


ORDINANCE NO. 2203-04


AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE 2009 REVISED ZONING ORDINANCE FOR LINCOLN COUNTY BY REZONING TRACTS 1, 5 AND 5A (EX. LOT H-1), SMITH’S ADDITION, SE1/4, SECTION 31-T100N-R50W, DELAPRE TOWNSHIP, LINCOLN COUNTY, SD, FROM THE I-1 LIGHT INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT AND C COMMERCIAL DISTRICT TO THE L.G. EVERIST/ACE READY MIX PLANNED DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT.

BE IT ORDAINED BY LINCOLN COUNTY, SD:

Section 1. That Tracts 1, 5 and 5A (Ex. Lot H-1), Smith’s Addition, SE1/4, Section 31-T100N-R50W, Delapre Township, Lincoln County, SD, are hereby rezoned from the I-1 Light Industrial District and C Commercial District to the L.G. Everist/Ace Ready Mix Planned Development District, and the official zoning map referred to in Section 2.03 of the 2009 Revised Zoning Ordinance for Lincoln County is amended to include the property in the PD Planned Development District (L.G. Everist/Ace Ready Mix).

Section 2. That Article 10.00 of the 2009 Revised Zoning Ordinance for Lincoln County is hereby amended by adding a new subsection to read:

L.G. Everist/Ace Ready Mix Planned Development District. The regulations set forth herein or elsewhere in these regulations are the district regulations in the L.G. Everist/Ace Ready Mix Planned Development District.


(1)    Uses Permitted. A building or premises shall be permitted to be used for the following purposes:

    Wet and dry ready-mix concrete plant. 

    Hot-mix asphalt plant.

    Contractor shop. 

    Truck repair shop.

    General maintenance facilities.

    Those uses allowed as permissive, permitted special and conditional in the I-2 zoning district.

(2)    Accessory Uses. Accessory uses and buildings permitted are those detached accessory buildings and uses customarily incidental to any use permitted use in the district.

(3)    Parking Regulations. Parking shall be regulated in conformance with the provisions of the I-2 General Industrial District.

(4)    Sign Regulations. Signs shall be regulated in conformance with the provisions of the I-2 zoning district.

(5)    Density, Area, Yard and Height Regulations. The same requirements shall apply as in the I-2 zoning district except maximum height is 110’.

(6)    Other Regulations.

a.    Sample runoff water testing by a licensed laboratory for contaminants every quarter for the first year. Test a minimum of once per year thereafter if no problem exists the first year. Sample testing will be done following and site improvements and prior to start of operations to identify any water contaminants. Owner to pay for all testing.

b.    All construction related materials and equipment shall be stored or staged in designated areas. Any on-site fuel storage will be in approved containment systems.

c.    Lighting fixtures used to illuminate signs, parking areas, or for other purposes shall be so arranged that the source of light does not shine directly into adjacent properties or into traffic.

d.    Any truck washout area constructed must be a closed system where the wash water is filtered and reused.

e.    Dust shall be controlled with adequate mitigation methods on gravel roadways adjacent to the site, as well as any unpaved areas within the site.

f.    Returned concrete (Bring Back Mud) may be placed on-site, allowed to cure and crushed and stockpiled on-site in a designated and contained area.

g.    Returned asphalt surfacing may be placed on-site and crushed and stockpiled on-site in a designated and contained area.

h.    When possible, natural storm water drainage shall be preserved. Storm water shall be retained on-site in either existing or new wetlands or retention pond.

i.    An access management plan shall be submitted concurrent with the final development plan for county review and approval.

j.    Prior to issuance of a building permit, a final development plan shall be presented to the Planning Commission for their approval.



    /s/               
Tiffani Landeen, Chair, 
Lincoln County Board of Commissioners

ATTEST:

             /s/            
Sheri Lund, Auditor
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