Planning Commission Agenda, Staff Recommendations For Oct. 14

Monday, October 7, 2013

Agenda

Planning Commission Meeting Date: October 14, 2013



I.           Opening Comments & Announcements (Chairman)

 

      II.        Subdivision Plats & Variances

A.        The Cottages at Barrington Point Final Plat, Lots 1 thru 125

B.         Hidden Lakes Cottages Final Plat, Lots 1 thru 28

C.         Hampton Meadows Preliminary Plat, Lots 1 thru 54

D.        Huntley Gate Preliminary and Final Plat, Lots 19 thru 30

E.         William Johnson 3460 Camp Road-Variance to Minimum Flag Lot Size


            III.         New Business

          Rezonings, Closures/Abandonments, Special Permits, Condition Amendments

                                          1.      2013-117 – Chattanooga City Council – 7400 block Pinewood Drive– City of Chattanooga – Rezone from R-3 Residential Zone to R-1 Residential  Zone

          2.      2013-118 – Edward White – 1776 Ledford Road – Hamilton County – Special Permit:  Single Wide Manufactured Home

          3.      2013-119 – Jack Edwards – 7630 Bonnie Drive – City of Chattanooga – Rezone from R-1 Residential Zone to R-2 Residential Zone         

          4.      MR-2013-120 – Melissa L. Pennington – Alley off 4900 block of Virginia Avenue – City of Chattanooga – Mandatory Referral:  Alley Closure

          5.      2013-121 – Jim Barile – 11911 Thatch Road – Hamilton County – Special Exceptions Permit:  Move House

          6.      2013-122 – John C. & Anne C. Rankin – 4103 Taft Highway – Hamilton County – Rezone from C-2 Local Business Commercial District to R-1 Single Family Residential District

          7.      MR-2013-123 – City of Chattanooga/Real Property/Gail Hart – 2029 E. 23rd Street – City of Chattanooga – Mandatory Referral:  Lease Agreement

          8.      MR-2013-124 – Jody Shea – 2500 blk S. Hawthorne Street – City of Chattanooga – Mandatory Referral:  Street Closure

          9.      MR-2013-125 – Dwyte Winningham/TN Baptist Children’s Home – 1900 blk Mae Dell Road – City of Chattanooga – Mandatory Referral:  Street Closure

          10.    2013-126 – Billy Jensen /JETZ Developers, LLC – 9300 Bill Reed Road – Hamilton County – Rezone from A-1 Agricultural District to R-1 Single Family Residential District

          11.    2013-127 – Clara Edwards/Tommy Montgomery – 1503 Taylor Street – City of Chattanooga – Special Permit:  Residential Home for Handicapped and/or Aged

          12.    2013-128 - Aaron White/Vulcan Lands, Inc. – 556 Molly Lane – City of Chattanooga – Rezone from M-1 Manufacturing Zone to C-3 Central Business Zone

          13.    2013-129 – Jack Killian/CD Properties, LLC – 2857 Northpoint Boulevard – City of Chattanooga – Lift Conditions from Ordinance No. 11533 of Previous Case 2004-031

          14.    2013-130 – Green Real Estate Group, LLC/David Devaney – 324 Vine Street – City of Chattanooga – Rezone from R-4 Special Zone to C-3 Central Business Zone

          15.    MR-2013-136 – Bridgeway Chattanooga Realty Partners, LLC – 6839 McCutcheon Road – City of Chattanooga – Mandatory Referral:  Abandon Drainage Easement

          16.    2013-137 – Richard Burbano – 4038 Smith Lane – Hamilton County – Special Permit:  Single Wide Manufactured Home

IV.        Public Comments on Non-Agenda Items

 

   V.         Approval of Minutes

  VI.        Adjourn


Staff recommendations are at 

http://www.chcrpa.org/Public_Connection/Plannning_Commission/Monthly_PC_Information.htm


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