Planning Commission Agenda, Staff Recommendations For Feb. 11

Monday, February 04, 2013

Here is the Planning Commission agenda as well as the staff recommendations for the meeting Monday, Feb. 11, at 1 p.m. at the County Courthouse:

Chattanooga-Hamilton County Regional Planning Commission

Agenda

Planning Commission Meeting Date: February 11, 2013

I.

II.

II.

III.

Opening Comments & Announcements (Chairman)

Summit Land Use Plan

Subdivision Plats & Variances

1.

Mr. Wallace Braud-1329 Gunbarrel Road-Variance Request Suburban Infill Lot
Frontage

2. Maple Grove Planned Unit Development-East Brainerd Road-Final Planned Unit
Development

3. Stonewall Farm-Lots 520 thru 529-Jackson Mill Road-Final Plat

4. Belleau Ridge Subdivision-Phase 2 Lots 131 thru 143 and 271 thru 285-Satjanon Road-
Preliminary Plat

5. Greyhauk Subdivision-Lots 1 thru 132-Sawyer Cemetery Road-Conceptual/Sketch Plan

Old Business

1. 2012-012 – Kosygin L. Jones – 8025, 8067, 8109, 8117 & 8119 Old Cleveland Pike –
Hamilton County – Rezone from A-1 Agricultural District, R-2A Rural Residential
District and R-5 Single Wide Manufactured Home District to C-3 General Business
Commercial District

IV.

New Business

A.

Rezonings, Closures/Abandonments, Special Permits, Condition Amendments

1.

2013-001 – City of Chattanooga/RPA – 5300 blk of Highway 58 and 5136, 5141 &
5145 Turkeyfoot Trail – Hamilton County – Establish permanent zones for annexed
area identified as “Area 6-A” of Ordinance No. 12312 & Ordinance No. 12513

2.

2013-002 – City of Chattanooga/RPA – 5400 blk of Highway 58 and 8604 N. Hickory
Valley Road – Hamilton County – Establish permanent zones for annexed area
identified as “Area 6-B” of Ordinance No. 12313 & Ordinance No. 12514

3.

2013-003 – City of Chattanooga/RPA – 5500-6300 blks of Highway 58, Mahlon Drive,
Harrison-Ooltewah Road, Clark Road, Holder Road, Easter Drive, Tyner Lane and
Church Road – Hamilton County – Establish permanent zones for annexed area
identified as “Area 6-C” of Ordinance No. 12314 & Ordinance No. 12515

4.

2013-004 – City of Chattanooga/RPA – Properties on Hunter Road, I-75, Sue Ron
Lane and Ooltewah-Harrison Road – Hamilton County – Establish permanent zones
for annexed area identified as “Area 8-A” of Ordinance No. 12296 & Ordinance No.
12556

5.

2013-005 – City of Chattanooga/RPA – Properties located on Hunter Road, I-75, Sue
Ron Lane and Ooltewah-Harrison Road – Hamilton County – Establish permanent
zones for annexed area identified as “Area 9-B” of Ordinance No. 12317 &
Ordinance No. 12543

6.

2013-006 – City of Chattanooga/RPA – Properties located on Amberley Trail,
Colonial Parkway, Ellington Way, Frenchcroft Lane, Haven Crest Drive, Igou Gap
Road, King Court Lane, Morris Glen Court, Morris Hill Road, Pebble Creek Road, Pine
Needles Trail and Ray Jo Circle – Hamilton County – Establish permanent zones for
annexed area identified as “Area 11-A” of Ordinance No. 12299 & Ordinance No.
12557

7.

2013-024 – BYD, LLC/c/o Kevin C. Boehm/GADG Leasing, LTD – 1616 Broad Street –
City of Chattanooga – Rezone from M-1 Manufacturing Zone to C-3 Central Business
Zone

8.

2013-025 – Hefferlin & Kronenbert/Madison & Main, LLC – 625 East Main Street –
City of Chattanooga – Rezone from M-1 Manufacturing Zone to C-3 Central Business
Zone

9.

MR-2013-026 – Artech Design Group, Inc./David Hudson/City of Chattanooga Real
Property, Dan Thornton – 700 blk of East Main Street – City of Chattanooga –
Mandatory Referral: Abandonment of Sewer Easement

10. 2013-027 – Inasmuch, Inc. dba The Samaritan Center – 6021 Ooltewah Georgetown
Road – City of Chattanooga – Rezone from R-1 Residential Zone to C-2 Convenience
Commercial Zone

B.

Mandatory Referral

MR-2013-020 - City of Chattanooga/Real Property Office, Gail Hart - 2300 blk E. 12 th
Street - City of Chattanooga - Mandatory Referral: Lease Agreement for Parking/
Storage Supplies for Parks Maintenance

1.

V.

Public Comments on Non-Agenda Items

VI.

Approval of Minutes

VII.

Adjourn

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