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File #: TMP-1545    Name:
Type: Ordinance - Committee Status: Failed
File created: 10/3/2019 In control: Community and Economic Development Committee
On agenda: 5/13/2020 Final action: 5/13/2020
Title: An Ordinance approving application #PL2020-*** - Unified Development Ordinance (UDO) amendment changes to Article 6- Use Standards to allow for commercial accessory structures such as outdoor vending machines.; City of Lee’s Summit, applicant.
Sponsors: Development Services
Attachments: 1. Vending Machine Examples, 2. Ordinance, 3. Exhibit A- Commerical_Accessory_Structures.pdf
Title
An Ordinance approving application #PL2020-*** - Unified Development Ordinance (UDO) amendment changes to Article 6- Use Standards to allow for commercial accessory structures such as outdoor vending machines.; City of Lee’s Summit, applicant.

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Issue/Request:
A member of the public has requested CEDC consideration if ice/water machine kiosks to be installed in parking lots. Vending machines located in parking lots are prohibited in the UDO. Brief discussion over the kiosk concept occurred at the September 11, 2019 and November 13, 2019 CEDC meetings. The committee instructed staff to create more detailed discussion topics. Photos of example ice machine kiosks are attached to the packet.
Staff has identified the following considerations for the CEDC:
1. Parking and Circulation- Placement of kiosks should not consume required parking or impede any circulation routes. Any site would need excess parking to accommodate one of these businesses. Drive-through style facilities should not be allowed administratively as they have the potential for negative impacts requiring a traffic review.
2. Architecture- Kiosks should match the design of primary structure where they are located and should not remove any required landscaping from a site.
3. Utilities- Review will be required on a case-by-case basis to determine how these facilities are connected to the City’s water and sewer systems.
4. Drainage- Staff will need to make sure the placement of kiosks does not impede a designed drainage path.
5. Square footage limits- Usually these smaller structures are approved administratively. At some point, a kiosk could be large enough to have an impact where a public process should be required. The City’s standard parking stall size is 9X19 or 171 square feet. The example from Ice House America in the packet would take up two parking spaces. One way to regulat...

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