Agenda For Planning Commission Meeting For March

Monday, March 6, 2017

Here is the agenda for the meeting of the Planning Commission on Monday at 1:30 p.m. at the County Courthous:

Chattanooga-Hamilton County Regional Planning Commission
Agenda

Planning Commission Meeting Date: March 13, 2017

  1. Opening Comments & Announcements (Chairman)

 

25in;"> II. Subdivision Plats & Variances

 

Variance

 

SD 2017-012 Piney Woods Subdivision Lots 5, 5A, 6, and 6A-Lot Size and Lot Frontage-5281 and 5291 Usher Drive

(City of Chattanooga District 7, Hamilton County District 4) Deny

STAFF: Deny



SD 2017-020 The Peak Subdivision Lots 2 thru 6-Lot Size and Lot Frontage Form-Based Code E-CX-3 and E-RA-3

(City of Chattanooga District 1, Hamilton County District 6)

STAFF: Approve

Preliminary Plat



SD 2017-015 Wolf Creek Subdivision Lots 1 thru 27-2618 Ooltewah-Ringgold Road (Hamilton County District 7)

STAFF: Approve with Condition



Preliminary Plat with Variance



SD 2017-018 The Preserves at Savannah Bay Lots 1 thru 50-7767 Kittrell Lane (Hamilton County District 9)

STAFF: Approve the Variance

& Approve Preliminary

Plat with Condition



Preliminary/Final Plat



SD 2017-014 The Peak Subdivision Lots 1 thru 7-729 N. Market Street, 14, 16, 18, and 20 Peak Street

(City of Chattanooga District 6, Hamilton County District 5)

SD 2017-016 Gray Stone Point Subdivision Lots 1 thru 37, 3015 Ooltewah Ringgold Road

(Hamilton County District 7)

STAFF: Approve with Conditions



SD 2017-017 Nestledown Subdivision Lots 1 thru 3, 6418 Hixson Pike

(City of Chattanooga District 3, Hamilton County District 3)

STAFF: Approve



SD 2017-019 The Residences of Cambridge Square PUD Lots 1 thru 101, Chesterton Way and Arbury Way

(Hamilton County District 9)

STAFF: Approve with Conditions



III. Old Business (from January)

1. 2017-007 – Crystal Porter & John Lines – 2212 Taft Highway – Town of Walden – Special Permit: Daycare Center

(Town of Walden, Hamilton County District 2)

STAFF: N/A

IV. New Business

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

 

1. MR-2017-035 – Mitch Holland – 904 & 908 Endicott Street – City of Chattanooga – Mandatory Referral: Franchise Agreement

(City of Chattanooga District 2, Hamilton County District 6)

STAFF: Approve

 

2. 2017-037 – Virginia Terrell – 2112 & 2122 Hamill Road – City of Chattanooga – Rezone from R-1 Residential Zone to O-1 Office Zone

(City of Chattanooga District 3, Hamilton County District 3)

STAFF: Approve with conditions

 

3. 2017-038 – Goodwin Southern Properties, LLC – 7767 & 7801 Kittrell Lane & 8158 Savanna Hills Drive – Hamilton County – Rezone from R-2A Rural Residential District to R-1 Single Family Residential District

(Hamilton County District 9)

STAFF: Approve with conditions

 

STAFF: Approve with Condition

Final Plats

4. 2017-039 – Bobby Fairbanks – 7372, 7373, 7374, 7376, 7378, 7380, 7382, 7384, 7385 & 7386 Applegate Lane – City of Chattanooga – Special Permit: Amend Conditions of Ordinance 11313 of Previous case No. 2002-113

(City of Chattanooga District 4, Hamilton County District 8)

STAFF: Approve with conditions

 

5. 2017-040 – Karl & Nina Vogel – 9501 Church Street – Hamilton County – Rezone from R-2 Residential District to O-1 Office District

(Hamilton County District 9)

STAFF: Approve with conditions

 

6. 2017-041 – Matthew G. Lyle – 1001 & 1005 South Beech Street – City of Chattanooga – Rezone from R-1 Residential Zone to R-T/Z Residential Townhouse/Zero Lot Line Zone

(City of Chattanooga District 8, Hamilton County District 4)

STAFF: Approve with conditions

 

7. 2017-042 – Ant Group, LLC – 1821 Gunbarrel Road – City of Chattanooga – Rezone from R-4 Special Zone to C-2 Convenience Commercial Zone

(City of Chattanooga District 4, Hamilton County District 8)

STAFF: Deny

 

8. 2017-043 – Jay W. Bell – 8348 Daisy Dallas Road – City of Lakesite – Rezone from R-1 Residential Zone to PRD Planned Residential Development

(City of Lakesite)

STAFF: Defer

 

9. 2017-044 – Tiffany Newberry – 9816 & 9824 Ooltewah Georgetown Road – Hamilton County – Special Permit: Permanent Amusement Resort

(Hamilton County District 9)

STAFF: Approve with conditions

 



10. 2017-045 – Tiffany Newberry – 9816 Ooltewah Georgetown Road – Hamilton County – Special Permit: Short Term Vacation Rental

(Hamilton County District 9

STAFF: Approve

 

AMENDMENT RESOLUTIONS

 

11. A RESOLUTION TO AMEND CHATTANOOGA CITY CODE, PART II, CHAPTER 38, ZONING ORDINANCE, ARTICLE IV, GENERAL REGULATIONS, SECTION 38-32. LOT SIZE, LOT FRONTAGE. SETBACK NOT TO BE REDUCED; EXCEPTION

 

12. A RESOLUTION TO AMEND CHATTANOOGA CITY CODE, PART II, CHAPTER 38, ZONING ORDINANCE, ARTICLE VIII, BOARD OF APPEALS FOR VARIANCES AND SPECIAL PERMITS, SECTION 38-568. – POWERS, ETC., OF BOARD; HEARINGS, RELATIVE TO USES IN THE FORM-BASED CODE THAT REQUIRE SPECIAL PERMITS FROM THE BOARD’S POWER

 

13. A RESOLUTION TO AMEND CHATTANOOGA CITY CODE, PART II, CHAPTER 38, ZONING, ARTICLE XVI, DOWNTOWN FORM-BASED CODE, RELATIVE TO RECOMMENDED IMPROVEMENTS BASED ON A SIX-MONTH REVIEW

 

GOVERNMENT MANDATORY REFERRALS

 

14. MR-2017-036 – City of Chattanooga Real Property Office c/o Gail Hart – 7148 Lee Highway – City of Chattanooga – Mandatory Referral: Property Acquisition

(City of Chattanooga District 6, Hamilton County District 8)

STAFF: Approve

 

15. MR-2017-046 – City of Chattanooga Real Property Office c/o Gail Hart – 3000 E. 34th Street – City of Chattanooga – Mandatory Referral: Lease Agreement

(City of Chattanooga District 7, Hamilton County District 4)

STAFF: Approve

 

 

V. Public Comments on Non-Agenda Items

 

VI. Approval of Planning Commission Minutes of February 13, 2017

 

VII. Adjourn











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