Planning Commission Agenda And Staff Recommendations For Oct. 10

Monday, October 3, 2016
The City-County Planning Commission will meet Monday, Oct. 10, at 1 p.m. at the County Courthouse.

Here is the agenda as well as the staff recommendations:

I. Opening Comments & Announcements (Chairman)

II. Subdivision Plats & Variances

Variance 

SD 2016-059 The Jewell Company Subdivision Lots 1 and 2-Minimum Suburban Infill Lot Frontage and Side Yard Setback
(City of Chattanooga District 5, Hamilton County District 5)
STAFF: Approve 

III. Old Business  (None)

IV. New Business 

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

1. MR-2016-135 – John Naylor, Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport Vice President – 5900 block of Pinehurst Avenue – City of Chattanooga – Mandatory Referral:  Street Closure
(City of Chattanooga District 5, Hamilton County District 4)
STAFF: Approve

2. 2016-136 – Theresa Craig – 1314 Taft Highway– Town of Walden – Special Permit:  Dog Kennel
(Town of Walden, Hamilton County District 2)
STAFF: Deny

3. MR-2016-137 – Taylor Vickers – Alley off of the 400 block of Beck Avenue – City of Chattanooga – Mandatory Referral:  Alley Closure
(City of Chattanooga District 2, Hamilton County District 6)
STAFF: Approve

4. 2016-138 – Lookout Mountain Vacation Rentals & Zachary Wayne Reynolds – 815 South Scenic Highway - Hamilton County – Special Permit:  Short Term Vacation Rental
(Hamilton County District 6)
STAFF: Approve

5. 2016-139 – Lookout Mountain Vacation Rentals & Jamye Joseph – 7029 Maplewood Lane – Hamilton County – Special Permit: Short Term Vacation Rental
(Hamilton County District 6)
STAFF: Approve

6. 2016-140 – Lookout Mountain Vacation Rentals & Alan Haniszewski – 3073 Baggett Trail – Hamilton County – Special Permit: Short Term Vacation Rental
(Hamilton County District 2)
STAFF: Approve

7. MR-2016-141 – Jamarillo Gilberto Para – Portions of the 1600 block of Rossville Avenue & the 200 block of East 17th Street (at their intersections) – City of Chattanooga – Mandatory Referral:  Street Closures
(City of Chattanooga District 7, Hamilton County District 4)
STAFF: Approve

8. 2016-142 – James Rogers (Trustee of Kent A.

Olson) & Estate of Kent A. Olson  – 7808 Hixson Pike  – Hamilton County – Special Permit: Short Term Vacation Rental
(Hamilton County District 3)
STAFF: Approve 

9. 2016-143 – James Rogers – 16112 Lakewood Drive – Hamilton County – Special Permit:  Short Term Vacation Rental
(Hamilton County District 3)
STAFF: Approve

10. 2016-144 – C. Barton Crattie, LS, CFM & Barry Evans & Denise Leach – 415, 419 & 424 Wayne Avenue – City of Chattanooga – Rezone from R-2 Residential Zone to R-T/Z Residential Townhouse/Zero Lot Line Zone
(City of Chattanooga District 1, Hamilton County District 6)
STAFF: Deny

11. 2016-145 – Southeast Land Partners/Marie M. Marshall & Rick Pollard – 5440 Mountain Creek Road – City of Chattanooga – Special Exceptions Permit:  Residential Planned Unit Development 
(City of Chattanooga District 1, Hamilton County District 2)
STAFF: Deny

12. 2016-146 – Chattanooga Construction Company, etal – 7408, 7414, 7420 & 7424 Pinewood Drive – City of Chattanooga – Rezone from R-1 Residential Zone to R-T/Z Residential Townhouse/Zero Lot Line Zone
(City of Chattanooga District 4, Hamilton County District 8)
STAFF: Approve with conditions

13. 2016-147 – March Adams & Associates & Erlanger Health System – 900 East Third Street – City of Chattanooga – Rezone from C-2 Convenience Commercial Zone & R-4 Special Zone to C-3 Central Business Zone
(City of Chattanooga District 8, Hamilton County District 4)
STAFF: Approve with conditions

14. 2016-148 – Fredrick Harden  – 1306 South Willow Street – City of Chattanooga – Rezone from R-2 Residential Zone to UGC Urban General Commercial Zone
(City of Chattanooga District 8, Hamilton County District 4)
STAFF: Approve with conditions

15. 2016-149 – Asa Engineering c/o Allen Jones & Dough Battaglia  – 6107 Hixson Pike – City of Chattanooga – Rezone from R-2 Residential Zone to C-2 Convenience Commercial Zone
(City of Chattanooga District 3, Hamilton County District 3)
STAFF: Deny 

16. MR-2016-150 – Cardon Smith/300 Cherokee, LLC & Claiborne Investments, Inc./Bill Johnson – 300 Cherokee Boulevard – City of Chattanooga  - Mandatory Referral:  Sewer Abandonment
(City of Chattanooga District 1, Hamilton County District 6)
STAFF: Approve

17. 2016-151 – Ooltewah Development, LLC/Bassam Issa – 1650 & 1724 Ooltewah-Ringgold Road & 9716 East Brainerd Road – Hamilton County – Special Exceptions Permit:  Lift & Amend Conditions of Resolution 1114-25C of Previous Case No. 2014-119
(Hamilton County District 7)
STAFF: Deny request; Approve
PUD for R-1 & Amend
Conditions for C-2 portion

18. 2016-152 – Ooltewah Development, LLC/Bassam Issa – 1650 Ooltewah- Ringgold Road – Hamilton County – Special Exceptions Permit:  Residential Planned Unit Development
(Hamilton County District 7)
STAFF:  Approve

19. 2016-160 – Greentech Homes, LLC & Goodwin Southern Properties – 1801 & 1809 Bennett Avenue, 1801, 1805, 1807, 1809, 1811, & 1813 Anderson Avenue & 1001 South Orchard Knob Avenue – City of Chattanooga – Rezone from R-4 Special Zone to R-T/Z Residential Townhouse/Zero Lot Line Zone
(City of Chattanooga District 8, Hamilton County District 4)
STAFF:  Approve with condition

GOVERNMENT MANDATORY REFERRALS

20. MR-2016-153 – City of Chattanooga Real Property Office c/o Gail Hart & University of Tennessee c/o Dr. Richard L. Brown – 900 block of Riverside Drive – City of Chattanooga – Mandatory Referral: Property Acquisition
(City of Chattanooga District 8, Hamilton County District 4)
STAFF:  Approve

21. MR-2016-161 – City of Chattanooga Real Property Office c/o Gail Hart & Hamilton County Real Property Office c/o Paul Parker – 2207 Ivey Street – City of Chattanooga – Mandatory Referral:  Declare Surplus
(City of Chattanooga District 8, Hamilton County District 4)
STAFF:  Approve

AMENDMENT RESOLUTIONS

22. A Resolution to Adopt an Updated Right-of-Way Closure and Abandonment Policy for Chattanooga, Hamilton County, East Ridge, Lakesite, Ridgeside, Walden and Lookout Mountain

23. An Ordinance to Amend the Chattanooga City Code, Part II, Chapter 38, Zoning Ordinance, Article II.  Definitions and Article V. Division 6, R-2 Residential Zone, Relative to Permitted Uses

24. A Resolution to Amend the Chattanooga City Code, Part II, Chapter 38 Zoning Ordinance, Article VII Board of Appeals for Variances and Special Permits, Section 38-568 to Add Boarding Houses Within the Form-Based Code Area to the Board’s Power to Grant Special Exceptions

25. A Resolution to Amend the Chattanooga City Code, Part II, Chapter 38 Zoning Ordinance, Article VIII Board of Appeals for Variances and Special Permits, Section 38-568 to Add Off-Street Parking in the Form-Based Code Area to the Board’s Power to Grant Special Exceptions

26. A Resolution to Amend the Chattanooga City Code, Part II, Chapter 38 Zoning Ordinance, Article XVI Form-Based Code, Section 38-738 Use Categories for Public/Institutional Uses to Add Restaurants as an Allowed Accessory Use

27. A Resolution to Direct the Chattanooga-Hamilton County Regional Planning Agency to Conduct Area Plans for All of Hamilton County and to Establish the First Three Plans to be Completed

V. Public Comments on Non-Agenda Items

VI. Approval of Planning Commission Minutes of September 12, 2016

 VII. Adjourn



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