St. Charles County, MO
 
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[Ord. No. 98-231 §1, 12-29-1998]
As used in this Chapter, the following words and phrases mean:
APPLICATION OR REQUEST
Any application or request listed in Section 415.020 of this Chapter and affecting any lot, tract or parcel of land which abuts or is located wholly or partially within a highway corridor.
COMMISSION
The Missouri Highway and Transportation Commission.
CORRIDOR MAP
A legal description of the metes and bounds of the area within a highway corridor, tied to an existing or reestablished government corner, and accompanied by a county map showing the general location of the highway corridor, the legal description governing in the case of any inconsistency with the corridor drawn on the map.
HIGHWAY CORRIDOR
The area projected to be needed as right-of-way for the construction and maintenance of a future new or relocated State highway, as determined by the Commission.
[Ord. No. 98-231 §2, 12-29-1998]
A. 
If the Commission has filed a certified copy of any corridor map or amendment thereto with St. Charles County, the Director of the Division of Planning and Zoning, by personal delivery or by certified mail, return receipt requested, shall send the Commission or the officer or agent designated by it for this purpose a copy of any application or request listed below immediately upon receiving it, if that application or request affects any lot, tract or parcel of land which abuts or is located wholly or partially within a highway corridor:
1. 
An application or request for a new building permit for the construction of a new commercial, industrial or residential building or an increase in the square footage of an existing commercial or industrial building;
2. 
An application or request for a zoning change, variance, or exception or conditional use permit;
3. 
An application or request to approve a subdivision plan or plat of other proposed development; or
4. 
An application or request for a modification of existing setback lines from highways.
[1]
Editor's Note—For designation of the division of planning and zoning, see ord. no. 02-204 adopted 12-23-2002 set out in ch. 132 of this code and ord. no. 03-195 adopted 12-31-2003.
[Ord. No. 98-231 §3, 12-29-1998; Ord. No. 10-041 §71, 6-2-2010]
Whenever the Director of the Division of Planning and Zoning sends the Commission a copy of any application or request pursuant to Section 415.020 of this Chapter, St. Charles County shall take no action on that application or request for forty-five (45) days from the Commission's receipt of the application or request, unless the Commission sends the Director of the Division of Planning and Zoning a notice of concurrence in the application or request.
[1]
Editor's Note—For designation of the division of planning and zoning, see ord. no. 02-204 adopted 12-23-2002 set out in ch. 132 of this code and ord. no. 03-195 adopted 12-31-2003.
[Ord. No. 98-231 §4, 12-29-1998]
If the Commission recommends that approval of an application or request be conditioned upon special modifications or limits, St. Charles County, by action of the officer or body with authority to approve the application or request, shall accept or reject those conditions, and the Director of the Division of Planning and Zoning shall send written notice of that decision to the Commission by personal delivery or by certified mail, return receipt requested.
[1]
Editor's Note—For designation of the division of planning and zoning, see ord. no. 02-204 adopted 12-23-2002 set out in ch. 132 of this code and ord. no. 03-195 adopted 12-31-2003.
[Ord. No. 98-231 §5, 12-29-1998]
A. 
If (as provided by Section 226.963 or Section 226.965, RSMo, as amended) the Commission provides written notice of probable intent to acquire the whole or any part of a property that is the subject of an application or request, St. Charles County shall:
1. 
Take no action to approve such application or request for one hundred twenty (120) days from receipt of that notice; and
2. 
Thereafter be free to approve or disapprove such application or request if the Commission has not acquired, agreed to acquire, or commended an action in the St. Charles County Circuit Court to acquire by condemnation the property affected by the application or request.