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January 23, 2011 <br />Mr. John Zbitnoff <br />PO Box 8849 <br />Kodiak, AK 99615 <br />Kodiak Island Borough <br />Community Development Department <br />710 Mill Bay Road <br />Kodiak, Alaska 99615 <br />Phone (907) 486-9363 Fax (907) 486-9396 <br /> <br />Re: Case 11-009. Request a Fence and Screening Review according to KIBC 17.105.060.F & <br />G, to allow the outdoor storage of bulk timber as permitted under KIBC <br />(Outdoor Storage) subject to commission review and approval of a fence per KIBC <br />• 17.105.060.F and commission review and approval of screening for a lot located within <br />100 feet of residential use or zone per KIBC 17.105.060.G <br />Dear Mr. Zbitnoff: <br />The Kodiak Island Borough Planning and Zoning Commission at their regular meeting on <br />January 19, 2011, reviewed the fence screening request cited above. <br />The commission approved the motion to find acceptable a temporary fence established for the <br />site by the applicant subject to the provision that it run around three sides of the lot and that the <br />vegetation located along the common border with Sargent Creek be left in its natural state, that <br />gates be provided to completely close off the site from Sargent Creek Drive, and that the fence <br />be maintained on a regular basis, and adopt findings found in the staff report dated January 7, <br />2011 as Findings of Fact for Case 11-009. <br />The commission also approved the "no screening option" proposed by the applicant along the <br />border of the parcel that is common and within 100 feet of any residential use and adopt the <br />finding the findings outlined in the staff report dated January 7, 2011 as Findings of Fact for this <br />case. <br />An appeal of this decision may be initiated by; 1) the applicant, or 2) any person who was sent a <br />written notice or submitted timely written coniments or gave oral testimony at the public hearing <br />before the Commission, by filing a written notice of appeal with the Borough Clerk within ten <br />(10) working days of the date of the 'Commission's decision. The notice of appeal must state the <br />specific grounds for the appeal and the relief sought by the appellant, and is accompanied by the <br />