St Lucie County
Florida

Resolution
RES-2017-191

Margiric Farm Agricultural Labor Housing - Major Site Plan

Information

Department:Planning DivisionSponsors:
Category:Site PlanFunctions:Quasi-Judicial

Financial Impact

N/A

Previous Action

N/A

Recommendation

Staff recommends the Board approve the major site plan for agricultural labor housing subject to conditions in the resolution.

Background

The applicant, Margiric Assett, LLC is requesting Major Site Plan approval for agricultural labor housing consisting of 20 modular dwellings on a 20 acre parcel of land located approximately 3 miles west of Interstate 95 on the south side of Indrio Road (16001 Indrio Road).  The ingress/egress for this project will be provided by a 60-foot wide access easement that includes a 36-foot wide marl roadway

The applicant, Margiric Assett, LLC is requesting Major Site Plan approval for agricultural labor housing consisting of 20 modular dwelling units on a 20 acre parcel of land located approximately 3 miles west of Interstate 95 on the south side of Indrio Road (16001 Indrio Road).  The ingress/egress for this project will be provided by a 60-foot wide access easement that includes a 36-foot wide marl roadway.

 

The 875 s.f. dwelling units are to be located on the west side of the parcel adjacent to an existing 21,650 s.f. packing house.   Each unit will be modular constructed, will occupy no more than six (6) individuals with a maximum stay of 10 months, and will be required to comply with Florida Building Code requirements and Chapter 64E-14, Florida Administrative Code regulating Migrant Labor Camps.  Water and wastewater will be provided by a private septic system that will be required to meet applicable Health Department permitting requirements.

 

Meeting History

Sep 5, 2017 6:00 PM Video Board of County Commissioners Regular Meeting

This item was presented with item 9B.2

Jeffrey Johnson, Senior Planner, presented this item.

The applicant, Margiric Assett, LLC is requesting Major Site Plan approval for agricultural labor housing consisting of 20 modular dwellings on a 20 acre parcel of land located approximately 3 miles west of Interstate 95 on the south side of Indrio Road (16001 Indrio Road). The ingress/egress for this project will be provided by a 60-foot wide access easement that includes a 36-foot wide marl roadway. The 875 s.f. dwelling units are to be located on the west side of the parcel adjacent to an existing 21,650 s.f. packing house. Each unit will be modular constructed, will occupy no more than six (6) individuals with a maximum stay of 10 months, and will be required to comply with Florida Building Code requirements and Chapter 64E-14, Florida Administrative Code regulating Migrant Labor Camps. Water and wastewater will be provided by a private septic system that will be required to meet applicable Health Department permitting requirements.

Staff recommends the Board approve the major site plan for agricultural labor housing subject to conditions in the resolution.

The Board did not have any questions for staff.

Commissioner Townsend motioned to approve the item. Commissioner Bartz seconded the motion and the motion carried 4-0.

RESULT:APPROVED [UNANIMOUS]
MOVER:Cathy Townsend, District No. 5
SECONDER:Linda Bartz, District No. 3
AYES:Chris Dzadovsky, Tod Mowery, Linda Bartz, Cathy Townsend
ABSENT:Frannie Hutchinson