of two major collectors. So I looked up the Missouri Department of Transportation
Access Management Guidelines, and these three driveways are well within that distance
back that they required. Was -- does staff have any comment on that?
MR. PALMER: There is a note on the plat pertaining to the southern lot, and I forget
exactly the genesis of that, but it -- the southern lot would be limited to the southern 40
feet, I believe of the -- of the lot. Is -- yeah. Right. Right. Right. It's the northern lot
cannot be outside of the southern 40 feet of the lot. So it would have to be, you know,
whatever the distance there is, so it would have to be in southwest corner of lot 103 or
whatever the northern lot there.
MR. ZENNER: Yeah. So the genesis of the -- the genesis of the comment was after
consultation with the City's traffic engineer and Mr. Teddy and his authority, given that
there -- in
Mr. Teddy's opinion, there was no other alternative to provide reasonable access to these
lots, other than what was along Louisville, the traffic engineer, in application of the
standards that you're referring to, which we have not adopted as the City's access
management requirements, determined that a driveway no closer than the southern 40
feet of the property of Lot 10 -- or 703 was acceptable and would meet our general
requirements based on the anticipated traffic flow. That was -- there was a long, arduous
conversation about these lots even being able to be created in this configuration. So to
assure you that there was -- this was just not glossed over, and there was contemplation
as to where the driveways needed to go, did the driveways need to be shared, and we've -
- we did an analysis of the number of driveways that are on this road that are inside the
City, those that are in the county, and our -- our staff, the traffic engineer, and Mr. Teddy
concluded after that analysis that what these three lots with the restriction on the
northernmost lot closest to the intersection was the best situation possible for each lot to
have their own individual access, given shared driveways create their own set of unique
challenges for detached residential housing.
MS. LOE: Also when I considered if there could be a shared -- I mean, I was looking
at if the two southern lots were reoriented north-south, and you did a shared driveway for
all three, that would place the shared driveway as the one closest to the intersection, and
I wasn't sure how much we would be gaining with that. But thank you, Mr. Zenner. Mr.
MacMann. Sorry. Commissioner MacMann?
MR. MACMANN: Thank you very much. Just real quick. Mr. Zenner, there is no
street parking on Louisville, is there?
MR. ZENNER: To my recollection, I don't believe there -- I don't -- on a collector, we
typically would only allow you to do street parking -- we would allow you to park on both
sides. I believe there is no parking in -- I believe there are no parking signs actually in
front of the park.