Special Commission Meeting Agenda Item

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Consideration of the Architectural Elevations for the Gettings RV Storage New Major Site Plan MJSP 12/22-001 – An RV Storage Facility proposing 530 square feet of Office Building, a Manager’s Residence, Four Covered Parking Area Structures consisting of approximately 56,460 square feet or 100 RV Storage Slots, Providing Parking Spaces including one Florida ADA Parking Space, RV Dump Station, Storm Water Retention Pond, landscaping buffers, and dumpster enclosure, on a 6.62-acre parcel zoned Planned Commercial(CP), identified by alternate keys 1121612, 1584876, 2700416, and 3793334, within the Town Limits of Lady Lake, Florida.

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Growth Management

Staff recommends approval of the Detailed Elevations for the Gettings RV Storage New Major Site Plan MJSP 12/22-001 as presented with the following waivers:

  • Chapter 20, Section 20-3C).3)A). — Building Architecture not adhering to one of the four architectural styles recommended in the Town of Lady Lake Commercial Design Guidelines.


On Thursday, December 15, 2022, applicant David W. Springstead with Springstead Engineering, Inc., filed a New Major Site Plan application on behalf of property owners Glendall W. and Calliope A. Gettings, for property located just south of Joe Hudson’s Collision Center, along Old Dixie Highway, approximately 250 lineal feet south of the intersection of Griffin View Drive and Old Dixie Hwy, within the limits of the Town of Lady Lake, Florida.

The subject property involves four parcels for a combined total of 6.62 acres and are located in Section 21, Township 18 South, Range 24 East, in Lake County, Florida. There is an existing 1,073-square-foot residential building on the northwest parcel which dates to 1955 and is addressed as 413 Sunshine Blvd. The appropriate legal description, a location map, and survey of the property was included with the submitted site plan application.

The parcels received zoning entitlements approved by the Town Commission on December 20, 2021, under Memorandum of Agreement Ordinance 2021-22 when the zoning was changed from Residential Professional (RP) to Planned Commercial (CP) to accommodate the RV Storage land use.


A waiver to the Commercial Design Standards is required for the project. In accordance with the Land Development Regulations, Chapter 20, Section 20-3C).3).A)., new buildings should adopt and must closely follow one of the four recommended architectural styles: Frame Vernacular, Craftsman/Bungalow, Mediterranean, or Mission.

The elevations feature certain exterior building materials and elements that can be linked to the Craftsman/Bungalow Architectural Design including stone veneer along entrances and base of building, Prominent Front Porch with square columns, gables parallel to the street with cross gable intersecting, decorated glass windows, glass doors, decorative wall sconces by entrances, etc. Please see elevations enclosed.


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