Planning Commission Agenda And Staff Recommendations For Sept. 9

Thursday, September 05, 2013

Chattanooga-Hamilton County Regional Planning Commission
Agenda

Planning Commission Meeting Date: September 9, 2013

 

 

I.          Opening Comments & Announcements (Chairman)

 

      II.       Subdivision Plats & Variances

                 1.    Brad Gruner 272, 282, 284, and 286 Bass Road- Variance Request-Suburban Infill Lot Frontage

                 2.    Gruner Subdivision-Final Plat-Lots 1 thru 5

 

                 3.    2611 Boyce Street-Variance Request-Suburban Infill Lot Frontage

                

                 4.    1614 Read Avenue-Variance Request-Lot Frontage and Lot Size

                 5.    Boulder Pass at the Canyons PUD-Preliminary Plat, Lots 1 thru 62

                 6.    Bella Pointe-Final Plat, Lots 1 thru 15

                 7.    Carnell Subdivision-Preliminary Plat, Lots 1 thru 25

                 8.    Amberbrook Gardens PUD-Phase 2-Final Plat-Lots 15 thru 40, and 90 thru 109

 

           III.        Old Business

          1.      2013-084 – Burt Schaerer/Bts Development – 2245 Hickory Valley Road – City of Chattanooga – Lift Condition Section 2 from Ordinance No. 12018 of previous Case No. 2007-142

          2.      2013-104 – Troy Cox – 706, 710 & 716 Ashland Terrace – City of Chattanooga – Amend Conditions of Ordinance No. 12472 from Previous Case No. 2010-162

          3.      2013-109 – James Pratt/James C. Whitmire, Colony Land & Investments – 5650 Cassandra Smith Road – City of Chattanooga – Special Exceptions Permit:  Residential Planned Unit Development

            IV.       New Business

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

*WITHDRAWN            1.      2013-112 – Jon Kinsey/Choo Choo Partners LP – 1400 Market Street – City of Chattanooga – Rezone from M-1 Manufacturing Zone to C-3 Central Business Zone

          2.      2013-113 – Jesse O. Farr – 2712 Walker Road – City of Chattanooga – Rezone from R-2 Residential Zone to R-4 Special Zone

          3.      MR-2013-115 – Hopkins Surveying Company/Willow Plaza Properties - Alley off 2100 block of E. 23rd Street – City of Chattanooga – Mandatory Referral:  Alley Closure

         

          4.      MR-2013-116 – Brandi O’Neal – Alley off 500 block of Lytle Street – City of Chattanooga – Mandatory Referral:  Alley Closure

          5.      MR-2013-114 – City of Chattanooga/Real Property Office/Gail Hart – 2408 Duncan Avenue – City of Chattanooga – Mandatory Referral:  Lease Agreement

          6.      A Resolution to Amend the Chattanooga City Code, Part II, Chapter 38, Zoning Ordinance, Division 13. C-2 Convenience Commercial Zone and Division 16. C-4 Planned Commerce Center Zone; to Establish Minimum and Maximum Building Footprint Size so as to Distinguish These Zones From All Other Commercial Zones                         

          7.      A Resolution to Amend the Chattanooga Subdivision Regulations, Article 2, Section 204 Administratively Approved Subdivisions

          8.      A Resolution to Amend the Hamilton County Subdivision Regulations, Article 2, Section 204 Administratively Approved Subdivisions

V.         Public Comments on Non-Agenda Items

  VI.        Approval of Minutes

  VII.       Adjourn

Staff recommendations are at:

 

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


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