When: Monday, 6:30 p.m.
Where: Minot City Hall, council chambers, second floor, 515-2nd Ave. SW.
Agenda: The commission will review a large residential development proposed by Robert Hale located in an area southwest of the intersection of U.S. Highway 2 & 52 and Burdick Expressway West. The commission will discuss a request to store oil-field explosives at 520-64th St. S.E. It will consider creation of 21 residential lots at Beaver Creek Estates southwest of Minot, 19 single- and multi-family lots in southeast Minot, 16 residential lots at the north edge of Minot's two-mile jurisdiction and 178 residential lots in northwest Minot. It will consider creation of five commercial lots in northwest Minot east of the U.S. Highway 83 Bypass, mini-warehouses east of U.S. Highway 83 and north of 54th Avenue Southeast, expansion of a manufactured home district between 27th Street Southeast and Valley Street and creation of three lots for future commercial development in northeast Minot. Trinity Health is requesting a variance to the required front-yard setback for expanding the Cancer Care Center. Wallwork Truck Center is seeking a subdivision plat to open a center in Minot south of U.S. Highway 2 & 52 in southeast Minot. A roofing company seeks a special use permit to continue operating as a home-based business near the fairgrounds.
How to make your opinion known: Meetings are open to the public. Commission members are Chairwoman Rita Curl Langager, Brenden Howe, Gene Eggen, John Zimmerman, Randy Arneson, Milt Miller, Wallace Berning, Larry Holbach, Amy Moen and Randy Conway. Jeff Stremick, Dave Pankow, Ryan Conklin.