Upcoming Planning Commission Agenda For July 8

Tuesday, July 02, 2013

Here is the upcoming Planning Commission agenda for July 8:

I. Opening Comments & Announcements (Chairman)
II. Subdivision Plats & Variances

1. Hidden Lakes Cottages Lots 1 thru 28, Preliminary Plat

2. Providence Point P.U.D., Phase 3, Lots 118 thru 241, Final Plat

3. Jefferson Trace, Lots 12 thru 29, Final Plat

4. 1107 Liberty Street/1105 W. Mississippi Avenue-Variance Request Minimum Lot Size

5. 5712 Cassandra Smith Road-Variance Request-Minimum Suburban Infill Lot Frontage

III. Old Business

1. 2013-073 – John R. Anderson/Dallas & Beverly Bunton – 2910 Silverdale Road – City of Chattanooga – Rezone from R-1 Residential Zone to O-1 Office Zone

WITHDRAWAL REQUEST 2. MR-2013-075 – Ryan Fiser/Colette Mynatt Trust & Henry V. Grady Trust – Alley parallel with 4300-4400 blocks of Seneca Avenue – City of Chattanooga – Mandatory Referral:  Alley Closure

3. 2013-076 – Pratt & Associates/Estate of James & Mary McDaniel – 8430 Providence Road – Hamilton County – Rezone from A-1 Agricultural District to R-1 Single Family Residential District

4. 2013-077 – Pratt & Associates/Estate of James & Mary McDaniel – 8430 Providence Road – Hamilton County – Special Exceptions Permit:  Residential Planned Unit Development

5. 2013-079 – Continental 171 Fund, LLC/Ken Liem, Fenella Pinewood LLC & K & L Enterprises, Inc. – 7400 block of Pinewood Drive – City of Chattanooga – Amend Conditions 1, 2, & 5 of Ordinance 12305 of Previous Case No. 2009-129

IV. New Business

A. Rezonings, Closures/Abandonments, Special Permits, Condition Amendments

1. 2013-089 – Jacob Becker/PTC Properties – 503 Hamilton Avenue & 502 North Market Street – City of Chattanooga – Rezone from R-4 Special Zone to C-7 North Shore Commercial/Mixed Use Zone

2. MR-2013-090 – Thompson Engineering c/o Roger Riemer/Lee & Leanne Perry – Unopened Road off 231 East Brow Oval – Lookout Mountain – Mandatory Referral:  Street Closure

3. 2031-091 – Britt Goodson/State of Tennessee c/o Frank Baugh – 5528 & 5530 Highway 153 – City of Chattanooga – Rezone from R-2 Residential Zone to C-2 Convenience Commercial Zone

4. MR-2013-095 – Jody Shea/Shea Properties, LLC – Alley off 600 block of South Holtzclaw Avenue – City of Chattanooga – Mandatory Referral:  Alley Closure

5. 2013-096 – Jody Shea/Shea Properties, LLC – 1800 East 25th Street – City of Chattanooga – Rezone from R-2 Residential Zone to M-2 Light Industrial Zone

6. 2013-097 – David Jones/Hamilton Avenue Properties – 677 Hamilton Avenue – City of Chattanooga – Rezone from RT-1 Residential Townhouse Zone to C-7 Northshore Commercial Mixed Use Zone

7. MR-2013-098 – Brad and Reta Standefer –Alley off 3900 block of Fairfax Drive – City of Chattanooga – Mandatory Referral:  Alley Closure 

8. 2013-099 – Caressa Martin – 3820 Montview Drive – City of Chattanooga – Rezone from R-1 Residential Zone to R-3MD Moderate Density Zone

B. Government Mandatory Referrals

1. MR-2013-092 – Adam Driver/Hamilton County Board of Education – 7553 Igou Gap Road – City of Chattanooga – Mandatory Referral:  Sewer Easement Closure

2. MR-2013-094 - City of Chattanooga/Real Property -  7901 Igou Gap Road -  City of Chattanooga - Mandatory Referral:  Acquisition of Property

C. Resolution Amendments

1. A Resolution to Amend the Hamilton County Zoning Regulations, Article VI, Section 200 Planned Unit Development

2. A Resolution to Amend the Chattanooga City Code, Chapter 38 Zoning Ordinance, Article V, Division 25 Planned Unit Development:  Residential

3. A Resolution to Amend the Chattanooga City Code, Chapter 38 Zoning Ordinance, Article V, Division 26 Planned Unit Development:  Institutional

4. A Resolution to Amend the Chattanooga City Code, Part II, Chapter 38 Zoning Ordinance, Section 38-2 Definitions to Add Kennel

V. Public Comments on Non-Agenda Items

VI. Approval of Minutes

VII. Adjourn

Click here to read the minutes from the June 10, Planning Commission meeting.


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