Planning Commission July 22 Regular Meeting Agenda (conducted via teleconference)
Due to the State of Emergency declared due to COVID-19, the Planning Commission Regular Meeting will be conducted via teleconference. Residents can listen to the meeting live online on City Cable 15 and through the City's website at https://bit.ly/Cable15. Residents may also call in at (248) 796-4150 to make public comment at the July 22 Planning Commission Meeting.
CITY OF SOUTHFIELD
REGULAR MEETING OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION JULY 22, 2020
26000 EVERGREEN ROAD, SOUTHFIELD, MI
A. Call to Order
Pledge of Allegiance
B. Approval of the Agenda
C. Announcements and Communications
D. Public Hearings
E. Site Plans
- PSP20-0007 is the Site Plan Review Request of Dembs Development, Inc., on behalf of the Owner, Lahser Holdings, LLC, for exterior façade changes to the existing building, as well as, redevelopment of the truck well/shipping/receiving area and approval of a 209-car parking lot which will be landbanked until such time the lot is needed. Property located at 26555 Northwestern Highway, Sidwell Parcels 2421-202-027, -030 and -031, on the southwest corner of Lahser Road and the Northwestern Service Drive, Section 21, City of Southfield, Oakland County, State of Michigan.
G. Approval of Minutes:
1. June 24, 2020 Regular Meeting
H. Public Comment – A person addressing the Commission shall be limited to a period of three (3) minutes unless such period of time is extended by the presiding officer or by majority vote of the Commission. Call in number for Communication is 248-796-4150.
The following Rules of Procedure have been established for all speakers:
- No speaker may make personal or impertinent attacks upon any officer, employee, or Planning Commission member, that is unrelated to the manner in which the officer, employee, or Planning Commission member, performs his or her duties.
- No person shall use abusive or threatening language toward any individual when addressing the Planning Commission.
- Any person who violates this section shall be directed by the presiding officer to be orderly and silent. If a person addressing the Planning Commission refuses to become silent when so directed, such person may be deemed by the presiding officer to have committed a “breach of the peace” by disrupting and impeding the orderly conduct of the public meeting of the Planning Commission and may be ordered by the presiding officer to leave the meeting. If the person refuses to leave as directed, the presiding officer may take whatever actions are necessary to remove the person from the meeting.