City of Ralston

                "The Heart of the Metro" 
                                Ralston, Nebraska

                                                                         CITY OF RALSTON

                                                             PLANNING COMMISSION AGENDA
                                                                        Ralston City Hall
                                                                       5500 S. 77th Street
                                                              Monday, May 14, 2018 at 5:30 P.M.

Call to Order

Pledge of Allegiance

Open Meeting Law Posting Acknowledgement – “This meeting is subject to the Nebraska Open Meetings Act. A copy of that Act is posted at the rear of the Council Chamber.”

Roll Call

Approval of Minutes from April 9, 2018

Old Business

Consideration of Site Plan Review for an auto sales business to be located at 7850 Serum Avenue. Legal description: Lands Section 11, Township 14, Range 12, excluding the South 25 Feet. Irregular West 215.17 feet, East 716.97 Feet South of MPRR Tax Lot 4, South Half, Northwest Quarter 0.56 Acres.

New Business

Public Hearing for Consideration of Site Plan Review for a sign to be located at 5364 S. 72nd Street. Legal description: Lakeview Comm Park Phase II, Rep 1, Lot 1, Block 0, Lot 1, 1.09 acres, excess redevelopment.

Public Hearing for Consideration of Site Plan Review for a new building at 6809 S. 84th Street. Legal description: Wildewood Lot 1, Block 9, Tria N 200 E 295.66 W 325.66 Ft Lot 1.

Discuss draft sign ordinance.

      Next regular meeting date is Monday, June 11, 2018 at 5:30 P.M.





Planning Commission Agenda


Nine appointed members and one alternate; 3-year term.

Rich Onken, Chairman 
Sam Mandolfo, Vice-Chairman
Dan Boyer, Secretary

Steve Bode
Mark Krzemien

Jeff Sinnett

Gary Stephan
Dan Walsh

Meets second Monday of the month as needed; no meeting in December.

Planning Commission

Prepares a plan for Ralston's future physical development and growth and makes decisions on zoning issues.